A new Maine State Parks passport program has been launched in recognition of the 75th anniversary of State Parks in Maine. An informative passport book has been created and color coded by the eight regons in Maine, with descriptive information on each park. In the Midcoast region alone there are 16 State Parks. Get your passport from any Maine State park.
Join ‘The Lady in the Red Cloak” for a lantern lit walk exploring the mysterious haunts and untold history of Camden, Maine. A thoroughly enjoyable tour with ghostly stories and interesting history of the town. Cost $10.00 adults. Tours start at 7pm. Check website www.redcloakhauntedhistorytours.com for dates in July and August.
May 15, Farnsworth Art Museum will open two major exhibitions at the museum’s Wyeth Center- “N.C Wyeth:Poems of American Patriotism’ and “The Wyeths” Wyeths. Admission $12.00/seniors $10.00. Well worth a visit.
Maine Eastern Railroad is offering a special Mother’s Day round trip ride between Rockland and Brunwick, stopping at Bath and Wiscasset. Train departs Rockland 10.00am. (Mom’s ride half price!)
For reservations www.maineeasternrailroad.com
Looking for a unique outdoor experience? Want to spend a few hours enjoying the natural beauty of the Camden-Rockport-Lincolnville area? The Land Trust has created a brochure that offers self-guided tours to three of our most popular and scenic preserves: Bald Mountain Preserve, Fernalds Neck Preserve, and Beech Hill Preserve. The Camden Hills have much to offer: scenic vistas, unforgettable picnic spots, bird- and wildlife-watching opportunities, and much more! Take some time to really experience the spectacular landscape and wildlife of this area by exploring it from the ground up. Ttake a picnic lunch provided by the Blue Harbor House in our special picnic backpack, and explore the rugged beauty of Maine’s Mid Coast.
Over 100 artists and craftspeople display and sell their work in scenic Camden Amphitheater, Harbor
Park, and along Atlantic Avenue.