A new restaurant has just opened down at the Harbor – called Graffam Bros Harborside restaurant. Haven’t a chance to try it myself, but some of our guests have been in already and given it a definite thumbs up! Lots of lovely seafood to be found here, of course!
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 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
The U.S. National Toboggan Championships is the only organized wooden toboggan race in the country and possibly the world. The toboggan chute is located in Camden, Maine at the Camden Snow Bowl, just a few miles from the Blue Harbor House. The competition attracts fierce competition from all over the world. We have several competitors from last year’s event coming back to compete again- we’re looking forward to seeing your wonderful wacky costumes. Good luck!
How unique is this! A singing Valentine delivered in person by a wonderful Barbershop Quartet. A Quartet from the Windjammer Barbershop chorus will arrive at your location, present a rose and a card with a personalized message, and then will perform a couple of songs. Cost only $20.00. Value – priceless! If you are coming to Camden, Maine for a special Valentines, then this would definitely be an inspired way to make it unforgettable!
A recent online poll by Yankee magazine (YankeeFoliage.com) awarded Camden third best Fall foliage town. What a great accolade! Camden has everything a visitor is looking for, color intensity against the backdrop of the rocky coast, scenic drives, hikes and a whole host of outdoor recreation—adding to that world class dining, lodging, shopping and cultural venues. Hope to see you in Camden soon….
If you love history and baked beans then you might want to head to Camden and enjoy a traditional ‘Bean-hole’ supper, at the Conway house, one of the areas oldest homesteads. So what is a bean-hole supper?
Well, a deep hole is dug in the ground. It s lined with stones and logs , lit, and and after some time there will be a deep layer of hot embers. Then,a huge black iron cauldron filled with yellow-eye beans mixed with molasses, salt pork and a touch of cinnamon and clove onto the heat, is lowered into the hole , covered , and left to cook. It is served with roasted pork, coleslaw and more. Sound interesting? Then visit Camden Sat 20 Aug to take part. Price $10 for adults.
FREE classic Motown concert at Camden Harbor Park on July 3 at 8:30 p.m. “Dancing in the Street”with Jr. Walker & the Allstars performing. During the intermission there will be a fantastic fireworks display over Camden Harbor!
In addition to the fireworks and music, the festival will offer outdoor activities, performances, and other family attractions from July 01st through 5th.
Just opened at 12 Bayview street, Camden, ‘Chocolatier Blue’ uses only fresh ingredients, organic ingredients whenever possible and the finest Italian chocolate. At the Chocolatier Blue Flagship store in Berkeley, Calif., the top sellers are passion fruit caramel, hazelnut and espresso. Sounds divine -can’t wait to try some!
Seven land-accessible lighthouses along the mid-Maine coast will open for the Midcoast Maine Lighthouse Challenge, a two-day self-guided driving tour along the coastline from Pemaquid Point, tipping the peninsula south of Damariscotta, to Castine, on the western edge of the Blue Hill peninsula. Most will open their towers to visitors. Also part of the itinerary is the Maine Lighthouse Museum, in Rockland, just nine miles from the Blue harbor House Inn.
Included on the tour are: Dyce’s Head Light, Castine; Fort Point, Stockton Springs; Grindle Point Light, Islesboro; Rockland Breakwater Light, Rockland; Owls Head Light, Owls Head; Marshall Point Light, Port Clyde; and Pemaquid Point Light, Pemaquid.
Special displays at the Rockand Breakwater Lighthouse, Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., will highlight modern optics for lighthouses and navigation and show how the Coast Guard keeps the lights at many of Maine’s offshore stations. The M/V Rendezvous will offer water passage to the lighthouse throughout the day, from Middle Pier in Rockland, or hike nearly one-mile hike along the breakwater to reach the lighthouse at its tip.
When you stay at the Blue Harbor House, we provide a lighthouse tour map, directions and history of each lighthouse.
Marshall Point Lighthouse