It’s just about time for another amazing weekend filled with the latest and greatest innovations in Maine’s very own “Boats, Homes, and Harbors Show.” If you’re in the mood for some of the best of Maine’s fineartists, architects, boatbuilders, craftsmen, designers, furniture makers, jewelers, and marine gear vendors, then you’ll be right at home!
For their 12th annual event, the fine folks at “Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors” are taking their crowd by storm. Expect a variety of live music, fine fresh food, an activities area for children (of ALL ages) and the 12th running of the World Championship Boatyard Dog® Trials!
We’ll be ready to take your reservations for this spectacular weekend event!
Snag a fantastic last minute deal on any remaining available rooms when you book within 72 hours of arrival! Book online at www.blueharborhouse.com only. Prices from $125 (regular$149) inc full breakfast and Afternoon Tea. Comfortable, affordable, hospitable. In town, close to Harbor. Or call 1800 248 3198
Special offer not available on third party websites. Some dates may be excluded.
For a short time this next week, two amazing vessels are docked right here, inside of our very own Camden Harbor. The Niña is in fact the most historically accurate Columbus replica ship that’s ever been built. The Pinta, although larger and more accommodating to tours and private parties or charters, accompanies her “sister ship” to offer tourists, onlookers, and guests the chance for the “big picture.”
These two “ladies” travel all around the World giving kids, adults, and seniors the chance to experience a little history in their own backyard. You can visit them here to find out where they’re going next, the cost of a tour, or perhaps a special request for a private charter or tour of your very own.
It’s a special day, (the longest in fact) from sunrise to sunset of the entire calendar year. The “solstice” as it’s called is technically “official” at 6:51 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on Saturday morning.
By it’s definition, the word solstice is from the Latin solstitium from sol (sun) and stitium (to stop), because it appears the sun stops at the solstice. The solstice happens twice annually due to the Earth’s axis of rotation. Depending on the calendar year, the summer solstice happens annually in December for the Southern Hemisphere and on June 20 or 21 in the northern half of the world.
Back to reality, YAY for sunlight! We enjoy the solstice for the get-togethers around our own town, and what memories we can create in the process. We hope you find your fun, and if you’re in town, we recommend our local “street celebration” close by in downtown Rockland.
Come and see the superb singer songwriter Suzanne Vega in concert at the Strand Theatre, Rockland on Oct 12th – 8.00PM! What a blast from the past – ‘Luka’ and ‘Marlene on the Wall’ are two of my absolute favorites! How fantastic that she is coming to Mid Coast Maine. Reserve your tickets for the concert, book your room at the Inn, get 10% discount on your room rate, and a great night out!
Don’t forget The North Atlantic Blues Festival coming up soon, (14th and 15th July) – considered to be one of the most prestigious on the East Coast! The festival is held at the Public Landing in Rockland, Maine, overlooking the picturesque Rockland Harbor. Plenty of food, drinks and local arts and crafts available, too.
Veteran folk/rocker Jonathan Edwards will be playing Aug 02nd at the Lobster Festival, Rockland. Edwards’ 1971 million- selling song ‘Sunshine’ brought him instant fame. Since then he has recorded 15 albums. Get your tickets now!
If you like Lobsters and lighthouses then this event is for you! Lobster Bake on June 23rd, on the shores of Rockland Harbor (to benefit the Rockland Breakwater and Owl’s Head Lights) Lobsters will be cooked Schooner Style’ on an open wood fire along the beach. Enjoy lobster, and listen to music as you admire the Harbor views! Sounds good to me…