Category Archives: Camden

Midcoast Adventure rentals

Wow!  What a perfect way to see Camden off the beaten path.  Rent a  really cool classic design scooter,  a Scoot Coupe built for two, or a retro beach cruiser bicycle!  Includes a GPS programmed tour to take you to all the best spots.  Environmentally smart- with a definite WOW! factor!  Opens June 15th.  located a couple of  mins walk from the Inn.  Can’t wait to see this beauty tootling around Camden!

40 paper Bar and Bistro, and Dandelion Spring Organic Farm- perfect harmony!

40 Paper, one of Camden’s trendiest restaurants, has come up with yet another great idea. Partnering with Dandelion Spring Organic farm, they are serving up a five course meal, – organic spring vegetables, heirloom pork and free-range eggs, from the farm, combined with spring lamb and grass-fed dairy from neighboring Straw Farm. To be served at the farm’s newly built post and beam barn! How unique and exciting! Tickets are limited. Event is 02June. Contact 40 paper to reserve your special table. Local, Maine, organic – the best!

Photo courtesy of 40 paper

Beekeeping at Merryspring Gardens

 

Photo courtesy of Karen Roe

Interested in beekeeping? Knox Lincoln County beekeepers will be at Merryspring Gardens this Saturday with an observation hive,- so you can see first hand how honeybees live and work. Also there will be beekeeping equipment you can try on, and information on beekeeping classes.
Photo courtesy of Karen Roe.

The Scottish Play

The Camden Civic Theatre ‘s production of  ’Macbeth’ is coming soon to the Camden Opera House.    I will definitely be going to see this production as my daughter has a (small) part in it!  You can see her in the cast picture below.    For those of you planning to take in the show while you are in Camden,  if you  book two nights at the Blue harbor House,  in a king suite, through the performance dates, we will buy you two tickets for the play!

Dates for the show are :- April 13th/14th/20th/21st at 8.00pm , and April 15th and 22nd at 2.00pm

Photo by Jim Dugan www.jimdugan.com