THINGS TO DO
Visit our calendar to find the best things to do in Maine. With places to go and events to attend, you’ll find food events, kid-friendly activities, sightseeing tours, and more. As the Maine authority, Down East magazine features the best of Maine culture, travel, food & drink. Our calendar incorporates a variety of things to do across the state: films, museums, author book signings, theater, music, adventures, hiking and biking, bird watching, art galleries, workshops, schooners, lighthouses, and more!
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This annual assemblage of some of the finest artisans, healers and readers New England has to offer has become one of the most anticipated shows of the year and New England’s favorite indoor street fair!Find out more »
Two days of unplugged gaming fun! Board Games, RPG's, & card games! Tea & Lobster Productions invites you to come get away and game for a day or a whole weekend in July!Find out more »
Eight homeowners will open their private gardens for this one day only to benefit the local public library. Spend the day strolling through enchanting seaside, backyard, and cottage gardens offering colorful floral displays amid a variety of natural settings.Find out more »
LAMPS and Cobscook Bay Music present Minor Characters and O'McCrelli at Stockford Park in Lubec, Maine. Rain venue: Lubec Brewing Company.Find out more »
Sculptor Peter Beerits offers an informal tour of Nellieville, his quirky, found object installation of a Western town, juke joint, general store, Arthurian Grail castle, wizard’s tower and a church-in-the-woods.Find out more »
Dine under the grape arbor at East Forty Farm and Dairy in Waldoboro for our monthly Farmhouse Table Suppers June to October. Each supper is limited to 20 guests and we dine together at one long table, with many dishes served family style. We view these suppers as a way to make a connection with our food system by meeting the chefs, growers or producers.Find out more »
Neighborhood Stories: Portland’s India Street discovers the neighborhood stories of this busy commercial center of Portland in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The India street neighborhood has been a crossroad for Portland's workers, residents, and travelers through the centuries. Thanks to a partnership with the Committee to Restore the Abyssinian the tour ends with an exclusive look inside the Abyssinian Meeting House, America's 3rd oldest African-American Meeting House.Find out more »
Constructed soon after the Great Fire of 1866, it opened for business in 1872 becoming a gateway for one of the five largest ports in the county. New Hampshire granite, walnut woodwork, and Italian marble were used in construction to ensure the building would stand for generations as a symbol of stability, wealth and strength. The building has been closed to the public since 2001 except through this special 45 minute guided tour. Come see the space a young United States of America created to impress merchants from abroad as they came into Portland, one of the country's biggest, busiest and vital harbors at the time.Find out more »
Portland’s Western Promenade in the Gilded Age is a brand new tour this year that walks through one of Portland’s most exclusive neighborhoods uncovering the hidden connections between neighbors during the area’s building boom from the 1870s to the1920s.Find out more »
Two days of unplugged gaming fun! Board games, RPGs, and card games. Tea & Lobster Productions invites you to come get away and game for a day or a whole weekend in July.
A two-day event with the focus being on playing tabletop games with enough time to complete them and with people who actually want to play them. The event will be limited to 250 tickets per day and feature a sandwich lunch buffet which is included in the ticket price. Sit down and play games like Settlers, Quest for The Antidote, Seven Wonders, Descent, maybe even Risk! There will also be Game Runners coming to the event which will provide the opportunity to play D&D one-shot adventures!
Join the party at New England Outdoor Center for the 3rd Anniversary Celebration of Katahdin Woods and Waters presented by Friends of Katahdin Woods and Waters and Maine Beer Company. New England Outdoor Center will be serving dinner alongside Woods and Waters IPA fresh on tap from Maine Beer Co. There will be a variety of items and experience from around the Katahdin Region and Maine on sale at the silent auction and all evening long, you’ll be treated to live music from the Magic 8 Ball Quartet. Come on out and raise a glass to the past, present, and future of Katahdin Woods and Waters!
- Homes of Portland’s Golden Age – Tuesdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. from June 25 to October 18
- United States Custom House Tour – Wednesdays from June 26 to October 16 at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., or 1 p.m.
- Western Promenade Walking Tour – Thursdays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. from June 27 to October 17. No tour July 4
- Neighborhood Stories – Mondays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. from June 24 to October 14
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