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Northeast harbor

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INCLUDES: • Seal Harbor • Mount Desert • Acadia National Park

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Publisher’s Welcome Welcome to Northeast Harbor! You have chosen to visit one of the most naturally beautiful places in the country — Mount Desert Island. This PORT DIRECTORY is intended to enhance the time you spend in this area by providing easy access to information about places to stay, things to do and see, activities, and places to dine, among other things. In the back of the book, you will find an extensive index of merchants. Also useful are the marina rules, rates and telephone numbers, tide charts, museum listings, church services, maps of Northeast Harbor, Cranberry Islands, Bar Harbor and Southwest Harbor as well as a full map of Mount Desert Island in the center section. It is our hope that the Port Directory will serve as a helpful reference book for the visitor, tourist, summer and year–round resident. We want this publication to be useful, fresh, fun, and appealing. Keep it aboard your boat, in your home, by your phone, or in your car. For additional copies, please ask at a place of business, Chamber of Commerce office, or just contact us. As we are a member of the Maine Tourism Association, our books can also be found at most visitor centers throughout the state. There was a point in March (and even April) that we were beginning to wonder if this was going to be another year that summer wasn’t going to come to Maine like in 1816! However, the promise of spring and warm weather seems to be here ... and we are ever so thankful. Good weather isn’t promised, and we need to do the best we can with what we get. I hope your time here will be filled with some sunshine, a little rain, and temperate climates. Our sincere wish is that you enjoy your time on Mount Desert Island, and thank you for reading the Northeast Harbor Port Directory.

Christina G. Boucher, Publisher

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Christina Boucher Publisher

Post Office Box 55 Mount Desert, Maine 04660

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Northeast Harbor Port Directory – Volume XXXI ©2018. All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be copied or used without written permission of the publisher. Substantial effort has been made to ensure accuracy of all information. Prices, dates, or times could change following publication. We recommend calling to confirm before making definitive plans. Bayside Graphics does not guarantee the absence of errors or omissions, though we strive for correct information.

Contributing Photographers:

Christina Boucher; Friends of Acadia; Island Readers & Writers; Lena Hatch Photography; National Park Service.

With Thanks & Cooperation:

My husband, Jonathan, without whom I would be lost; Emily Muise - friend, walking partner, sounding board, and proofreader extraordinaire (any errors are the sole responsibility of the publisher!); Bruce Komusin (posthumously); Wes Shaw, Ripples Graphics; Acadia National Park Service; and the following Chambers of Commerce: Southwest Harbor & Tremont, Mount Desert, and Bar Harbor.

Cover Photo:

© Bayside Graphics. After hiking in the area, it is so relaxing to just look out at the harbor! Whether it is from the deck of a local restaurant or just sitting on the grass or one of the benches, the view is always spectacular! This was created from a photograph with the Oil Paint Filter in Photoshop.

Full Island Map: Bayside Graphics

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table of contents

5 – Dining Favorites 11 – Shops & Specialty Stores 16 – Art Galleries 17 – Personal Services 22 – 2018 Cruise Ship Schedule 25 – Marine & Harbor Information 29 – Tide Chart for Northeast Harbor 30 – Mount Desert Chamber of Commerce 32 – Local Maps 39 – Shows and Activities 47 – Area Lodging 50 – Calendar of Events 55 – Museums of MDI 58 – Worship Services 59 – Index to Advertisers

Articles: Local Hands Reaching Out ...... 12 Featured Hike — New Northeast Harbor Trail System.......................... 40 Acadia’s Historic Carriage Roads .................... 46

Classic Maine dining. Fresh fish, prime rib, local seafood. Friendly, professional, attentive service.

Galyn’s Since 1986

Lunch & Dinner daily 11am–10pm

17 Main Street, Bar Harbor • 207-288-9706 www.visitnortheastharbor.com

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Main Street • Northeast Harbor www.colonelsrestaurant.com

If you ARE in the mood to cook, check out the recipes on the following pages.

Open 7 days per week • 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Restaurant: Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner • Homemade sandwiches • Specialty pizzas • Steaks and seafood

Bakery: Baked fresh daily • Danishes, donuts, pies, cookies, brownies • Assorted homemade breads

Try our pizzas – Homemade crusts! All restaurant orders available for take-out

Call ahead and we’ll have it ready!

They are provided by our advertisers ... let them know you saw their ad AND their recipe in the Port Directory!

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dining favorites “I don’t want to cook ... you either?” Hmmmmm .... sound familiar? Sometimes that’s all it takes to make the decision to eat out! Other times it’s just because you’re visiting the area and have no way to cook your meal. On the following pages (and in the index starting on page 59) you will find lots of options! Elegant and classy? Quick and effortless? Local ... Organic ... Family? All can be found in the Downeast area! Come Experience a Mount Desert Island Tradition! =

Dining on the shore of Somes Sound since 1939 =

Exceptional Service Surrounded by Natural Beauty =

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Serving lunch and dinner from noon to 9pm Dinner Reservations Suggested Full Service Bar

207.276.5827

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Lemon BLueBerry Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Cake Cream Cheese Frosting: 1 1/2 cups cake flour 12 oz. cream cheese, softened 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup unsalted butter, softened 2 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1/4 tsp. baking soda 1/4 tsp. lemon extract 3/4 tsp. salt 3 cups powdered sugar 2 cups granulated sugar Blueberries and lemon slices, for garnish 1 cup unsalted butter, softened (optional) 1 Tbsp. lemon zest 4 large eggs 2 tsp. lemon extract 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract 3/4 cup + 2 Tbsp. milk 1/4 cup + 2 Tbsp. sour cream 2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice 2 1/2 cups fresh blueberries, at room temperature, rinsed and drained well Preheat oven to 350˚. Butter three 9� round baking pans and line the bottom of each with a round of parchment paper. Butter parchment paper and lightly dust pan with flour, shaking out excess. Sift cake flour into a mixing bowl. Add all-purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt and whisk for 30 seconds. Whip together (scraping sides down, occasionally) butter, granulated sugar and lemon zest until mixture is pale and fluffy. In a 2-cup liquid measuring cup, measure out milk then stir in sour cream and lemon juice, let rest 3 minutes. Meanwhile, mix eggs into butter mixture one at a time, then stir in lemon and vanilla extracts. Toss blueberries with 3 Tbsp. of the flour mixture. Working in 3 separate batches, beginning & ending with remaining flour mixture, add 1/3 of the flour mixture alternating with 1/2 of the milk mixture and mixing just until

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combined after each addition. Gently fold in blueberries. Divide the mixture evenly among prepared baking pans. Bake in preheated oven until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean, about 24-27 minutes. Cool in baking pans about 20-30 minutes, then invert onto wire racks to cool completely. Once cool, frost with cream cheese frosting & decorate with blueberries & lemon slices if desired. Store in an airtight container. Cream Cheese Frosting: Whip butter until pale and fluffy (you will want to have a smooth and fluffy consistency each time you add ingredients). Mix in cream cheese. Add vanilla and lemon extracts and powdered sugar; blend several minutes (if frosting seems slightly runny, you can chill it for a bit before frosting cake). This cake seems like it could be difficult to make with all the ingredients, but it isn’t really ... and well worth making this for any occasion - truly delicious and especially when the Maine Blueberries are in season. Janice Janes,Carver and Volunteer Volunteer, Wendell Gilley Museum

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Mon - Sun: 8am - 9pm 12 Main Street (Rt. 3) Seal Harbor, Maine

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r amekin BroCCoLi souFFLé

1 cup very coarsely chopped broccoli (frozen florets, defrosted overnight, dried w/paper towels) 3/4 cup (3 oz) sharp provolone, grated 6 eggs, whisked 1/2 cup heavy cream Dash nutmeg Salt and Pepper Preheat oven to 350˚.

Spray four 8oz. ramekins. Layer broccoli and cheese in each ramekin. Whisk eggs, heavy cream, nutmeg and salt & pepper to taste. Pour over layers a scant 1/4 cup measure at a time and let “soak in” before additional pours. You may have some egg mixture left over. Soufflés will rise as they bake, so don’t overfill. Place on rimmed baking sheet and bake for 35 mins or until knife inserted into center comes clean. Lightly cover w/aluminum foil after 20 mins, if browning too quickly. Let rest on wire rack. Run knife around edges, invert to release, then turn right-side-up and serve on a warm bed of greens. Note: Any veggies and/or cooked meats with complimentary shredded cheese can be used – great for leftovers! Pamela Parker, Kingsleigh Inn

American Fine Dining ◆ Cocktails

...at night Open Year Round . Serving Dinner 5:30 - 9:00 14 Clark Point Rd . Southwest Harbor, ME 207-244-0476 . reservations encouraged www.redskyrestaurant.com 10 min. walk from Dysart’s Marina & Upper Town Pier

THURSTON’S LOBSTER POUND Look for our yellow awning on Thurston Road in Bernard and enjoy lunch or dinner at our working wharf overlooking scenic Bass Harbor.

Boiled Lobster - Mussels - Clams Chowders - Sandwiches Full Bar - 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. during the season -

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Haddock FisH cakes 1 lb. skinless haddock 2 Tbsp. lemon juice 2 Tbsp. white wine 1 egg 3/4 cup panko crumbs 1 white potato (cooked mashed) 1/4 cup whole milk 1/2 tsp. lemon zest 1 Tbsp. fresh flatleaf parsley (chopped) 1 Tbsp. fresh chives (chopped) 4 Tbsp. oil Sauce 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 Tbsp. of capers (chopped) 1 tsp. horseradish 1 tsp. dijon mustard 1 small very finley chopped shallot Season haddock with lemon juice and white wine, bake in oven for 15-20 minutes at 350Ëš; let cool. Meanwhile, mix the sauce ingredients and set aside. Dice potato then boil until soft then let cool. In a mixing bowl add fish, potato, egg, panko crumbs, milk, lemon zest, parsley, and chives mix together. Divide the fish cake mixture into four cakes. Heat a large frying pan and add oil to pan. Fry the fish cakes over medium heat for about 5 minutes on each side, until crisp and golden. Serve with the sauce.

GinGer Pear cHutney

5 cups peeled, chopped pears 1 seeded chopped lemon 1 cup brown sugar 1/4 t. cayenne pepper 2 chopped, seeded red bell pepper 1/3 cup chopped ginger root 2 minced garlic cloves 1 cup currents 2 tbs. curry 2 cups cider vinegar

Simmer all ingredients until you have a thick sauce, approximately 2 hours, stirring frequently. Place the chutney into hot, sterilized jars and seal. Process 15 minutes in a boiling water bath. Jeri Spurling, Spurling Design

Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner Espresso Bar - Wine Bar Weekly Live Music 4 Clark Point Road, Southwest Harbor, ME 04679

(207) 244-4550 www.sipsmdi.com

Greg Barry, MDI Memorial Hospital

Over 1000 Imported & Domestic Wines Bulk Cheeses, Pate, Olives, and Smoked Salmon 353 Main Street, Southwest Harbor

207-244-3317 www.mdiwine.com

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greek saLad

20 “Yum” 1-1/2” tomatoes, quartered 4-5 mini cucumbers cut in small pieces 1/2 large green pepper diced 1/2 cup diced sweet or red onions 1/4 cup halved kalamata olives 1 Tbsp. finely cut mint 2 -3 oz of crumbled feta cheese

DRESSING: 3 Tbsp. good olive oil 1-1/2 Tbsp. mixture of red wine and balsamic vinegars 1 tsp. dried basil 1/4 tsp. salt 1 tsp. of finely chopped mint

Combine above ingredients. This can Mix well and add to vegetables just be made 2 hours ahead. Let stand at before serving. I did not use all the room temperature. Drain the juice from dressing... do a taste test! Emily Muise, Hertz the veggies before adding dressing!

Fiore maine wiLd BLueBerry sangria

1 cup brandy 2 bottles strong Spanish red wine, chilled 2 Tbsp. sugar 1 cup FIORE Maine Wild Blueberry Balsamic 2 cups fruit: lemons, limes, oranges, and blueberries (frozen okay)

Cut citrus into slices or chunks and put into a 2-gallon jar or pitcher with all the ingredients except the red wine. Let stand for 2 hours, then add chilled wine, mix and serve. Nancy O’Brien, FIORE

eat, drink & be messy. Enjoy the views at our working pier, and chow down on the freshest lobster you’ve ever had. Don’t worry, the napkins are on us!

Sit down or take out, or ship nationwide BealsLobster.com (207) 244-3202 182 Clark Point Road • Southwest Harbor, Maine 10 - Northeast Harbor Port Directory

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ShopS & Specialty StoreS I LOVE to shop ... how about you? On the following pages, and in the index, you will find all kinds of stores to meet your every need. From exquisite foods to beautiful furniture; fine custom jewelry to unique clothing; the best kids toys and clothes to home goods... and everything in between ... you will surely find all you need in the Mount Desert Island area! Shop local, and make sure you let them know that you saw their ad in the Northeast Harbor Port Directory!

Look for the extensive index of advertisers starting on page 59 to find just the right business to meet your needs!

Richard Parks Furniture Your Source for Outdoor Furniture 132 High St., Ellsworth & 993 Bar Harbor Rd., Trenton www.richardparks.com

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local hands reaching out This year our focus for “Local Hands Reaching Out” is on an organization that works with our local children the future of our world! All photos in this article are used by permission of Island Readers and Writers.

Island Readers & Writers (IRW) recently celebrated a decade of bringing innovative, book-centered programs to school children living on Mount Desert Island, the outer islands and inland communities of Washington County. Now based in Southwest Harbor, the organization got its start at the former Port in a Storm Bookstore in Somesville and is now going on eleven years as a thriving nonprofit. Its core mission is to inspire a passion for reading and learning among children living on Maine’s outer islands and inland islands of WashSWEET ington County. IRW’s signature PEA program is the Island Book and Author Program, in which children’s CONFECTIONARY book authors and illustrators visit schools, give group presentations CHILDREN’S BOUTIQUE and focused writing and/ or illus5 Sea Street, Northeast Harbor, Maine tration workshops across all grade 207-266-8980 levels. After every visit, each child Mahi Gold Jill McGowan Kinross Charleston Shoe Saint James and other fine designers

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receives a personally-inscribed book by the author or illustrator. To date, the organization has given over 15,000 books to Maine children who were participants in hundreds of innovative programs. Budding artists show off their creativity during an IRW story and activity hour at the IRW’s programs are thoughtfully designed to augment the quality of Southwest Harbor Public Library.

a young child’s education by sparking the imagination, helping develop critical and reflective thinking skills, and expanding worlds through hands-on learning in natural history, science, literature, writing and art. The organization works closely with teachers, school administrators, community leaders, Maine authors and illustrators, scientists, historians, and volunteers to ensure that its programs meet the individual needs and interests of the communities it serves.

“We believe that children who learn through reading and bookrelated experiences will be more engaged in their own education and will achieve a broader understanding of the world and their own potential,” founder and Executive Director Jan Coates says. “We also believe in the promise that lies within every child, regardless of their socioeconomic background.” In addition to the Island Book and Author Program, IRW hosts a number of special intergenerational programs, such as the National Endowment for Arts’ Call of the Wild and Adventures of Tom Sawyer Big Read programs, which involved more than 1,200 readers within the

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Deer Isle-Stonington, Isle au Haut, MDI and other outer island communities. IRW also hosts story and activity time for children at various libraries on MDI throughout the year, among other community events. The IRW summer and winter bookAuthor/Illustrator Author/Illustrator Calef Calef Brown Brown demondemonlists are treasured resources that strates strates how how he he comes comes up up with with his his crazy crazy creatures during a visit to Conners Emer- are available to pick up at all MDI son Elementary School in Bar Harbor. libraries in June and December and year-round on the IRW website. Dozens of volunteers help curate the lists that feature reviews of new and classic children’s picture books, middle grade chapter books and young adult novels. These book recommendations are yet another way IRW hopes to connect the community members of all ages to great literature. In June 2018, IRW will again host its signature ARROW (Art, Reading, Reflection, Observation and Writing) Two young readers get up close and personal with a book retreat during an IRW-hosted holiday for rising story and activity hour at the sixth, sev- Jesup Memorial Library. enth and eighth graders. This costfree retreat, in partnership with the Wendell Gilley Museum, will be led by young adult author Genevieve GREAT CRANBERRY ISLAND Morgan and master printmaker

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Because the world is inspiring.

Presenting changing exhibits of jewelry, paintings and sculpture for 34 years 128 Main Street, Northeast Harbor, Maine • 207.276.5000 • shawjewelry.com

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art galleries FINE CRAFTS, LOCALLY MADE 99 Main Street, Bar Harbor 119 Main Street, Northeast Harbor 207.288.4214 islandartisans.com

SMART STUDIO

Shaw Jewelry 207-276-5000

MAIN STREET • NORTHEAST HARBOR 207-276-5152 WWW.SMART-STUDIO.COM

CLARK POINT GALLERY 19TH & 20TH CENTURY PAINTINGS OF MAINE AND MOUNT DESERT ISLAND 46 Clark Point Road Southwest Harbor, ME 04679 www.clarkpointgallery.com 207-244-0920

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wwww.shawjewelry.com 100 Main Street, Northeast Harbor, ME 04662

Argosy Gallery Fine Art 110 Main Street info@argosygallery.com Bar Harbor, ME 04609 argosygallery.com

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Personal services We are here to serve YOU! v Architects v Banking v Catering v v Civil Engineering v Hair Salon v v Healthcare Facilities v Heating v v Insurance v Massage Therapy v v Pharmacies v Rental Cars v Specialty Foods v v Taxis v Wedding Officiant v

... we want to meet your needs!

Scarlet Ramsdell

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Liz McGhee. Participants will explore Southwest Harbor, and create art and writing inspired by their observations of nature.

A group of seventh and eighth graders from Mount Desert Elementary School delivered over 1,000 books they collected for IRW’s book drive to benefit elementary school libraries in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey in fall 2017.

IRW will also host “Pop-Up Tent” events in Southwest Harbor and Northeast Harbor. Children’s book authors and illustrators will be on-hand to sign their books, which will be for sale. Look for the orange IRW tent at the Southwest Harbor farmer’s Continued on Page 20.

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SOUTHWEST HARBOR MEDICAL CENTER Full-service Family Medicine Practice Mark Baxter, MD Cary Davidson, FNP

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Local Radio Stations WHCF WHSN WERU WMEH WMEB WEZQ WRMO WKSQ WWMJ WNSX WBFE WJCX WKIT WKVV WVOM WXAK WBUA WBAN WZON WABK WBAN WDEA

88.5 FM 89.3 FM 89.9 FM 90.9 FM 91.9 FM 92.9 FM 93.7 FM 94.5 FM 95.7 FM 97.7 FM 99.1 FM 99.5 FM 100.3 FM 101.7 FM 103.9 FM 104.7 FM 105.5 FM 107.3 FM 620 AM 910 AM 1340 AM 1370 AM

Bangor Bangor Blue Hill Bangor Orono Bangor Milbridge Ellsworth Ellsworth Winter Hbr Bar Hbr Pittsfield Brewer Searsport Howland Belfast Islesboro Old Town Bangor Bangor Veazie Ellsworth

Cont. Christian College Variety Public Radio College Sports Adult Contemp. Hot Adult Cont. Classic Hits Classic Hits Country Cont. Christian Mainstream Rock Cont. Christian News Talk Classic Hits Nostalgics Top 40 Sports Talk Sports News/Talk Adult Standards

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market on Friday, July 20, and during the Northeast Harbor farmer’s market on Thursday, August 16. IRW is a small 501 c 3 organization whose book-centered programs reach on average 2,600 Maine children per year. This work would not be possible without the help of loyal supporters and volunteers. To learn more about our programs, volunteer opportunities or ways to support the organization, please visit our website: www.islandreadersandwriters.org. Or, if you’re in Southwest Harbor, come by the office at 246 Main Street and pick up a copy of our latest summer booklist. Happy reading!

Tremont Consolidated School students flip through their newly autographed copies of Melissa Sweet’s book, Some Writer! The Story of E. B. White, after a visit from the author.

Car Rental Located at the Hancock County - Bar Harbor Airport

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Local Libraries Northeast Harbor ....... 276-3333 Seal Harbor .................... 276-5306 Somesville ...................... 244-7404 Southwest Harbor ...... 244-7065 Bass Harbor .................... 244-3798 Jesup (Bar Harbor) ..... 288-4245

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2018 cruise shiP schedule

ARRIVAL

June 15 June 17* June 18 June 20 June 20 June 24* June 24 June 26 June 27 June 29 July 1* July 2 July 3 July 7 July 8* July 9 July 13 July 14 July 15* July 18 July 19 July 20 July 22* July 24 July 27 July 28 July 29* July 30 Aug 3 Aug 3 Aug 6 Aug 7 Aug 10 Aug 12* Aug 13 Aug 13 Aug 17 Aug 19* Aug 23 Aug 24 Aug 26* Aug 27 Aug 28 Aug 31 Sept 2* Sept 2 Sept 3 Sept 3 Sept 5 Sept 6 Sept 6 Sept 7 Sept 8 Sept 9* Sept 9 Sept 10* Sept 10 Sept 11 Sept 11 Sept 12 Sept 13 Sept 14 Sept 14 Sept 15 Sept 15

SHIP

TIME DAY

Maasdam 8am Maasdam 7am AIDAvita** 10am American Constellation 7am Norwegian Gem 8am Seven Seas Navigator 8am Summit 8am AIDAvita 8am Norwegian Gem 8am Maasdam 8am Maasdam 7am Adventure of the Seas 7am Summit 8am American Constellation 7am Veendam 7am Grandeur of the Seas 8am Maasdam 8am American Constellation 7am Maasdam 7am Insignia 8am Rotterdam 10am Veendam 7am Veendam 8am American Constellation 7am Maasdam 7am Insignia 8am Maasdam 8am Adventure of the Seas 7am Veendam 8am American Constellation 7am Grandeur of the Seas 8am Insignia 8am Maasdam 7am Maasdam 8am AIDAvita 8am American Constellation 7am Insignia 8am Veendam 7am American Constellation 7am Maasdam 8am Rotterdam 7am Anthem of the Seas 7am Adventure of the Seas 7am Veendam 8am Veendam 7am American Constellation 7am Grandeur of the Seas 8am Adventure of the Seas 7am Crystal Symphony 7am Insignia 8am Star Pride ** 1pm Rotterdam 7am Seabourn Quest 8am Rotterdam 8am Adventure of the Seas 7am Anthem of the Seas 7am Seabourn Quest 7am Star Pride 9am Norwegian Gem 8am American Constellation 7am Summit 7am Veendam 7am Victory II 7am Serenade of the Seas 7am Norwegian Dawn 8am

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#PASS CREW 1258 1258 1266 170 2394 490 2038 1266 2394 1258 1258 3114 2038 170 1350 1950 1258 170 1258 684 1316 1350 1350 170 1258 684 1258 3114 1350 170 1950 684 1258 1258 1266 170 684 1350 170 1258 1316 4180 3114 1350 1350 170 1950 3114 940 684 212 1316 450 1316 3114 4180 450 212 2394 170 2038 1350 220 2100 2224

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Holland America Holland America AIDA Cruises American Cruise Lines Norwegian Cruise Lines Regent Seven Seas Cruises Celebrity Cruises AIDA Cruises Norwegian Cruise Lines Holland America Holland America Royal Caribbean International Celebrity Cruises American Cruise Lines Holland America Royal Caribbean International Holland America American Cruise Lines Holland America Oceania Cruises Holland America Holland America Holland America Amerian Cruise Lines Holland America Oceania Cruises Holland America Royal Caribbean International Holland America American Cruise Lines Royal Caribbean International Oceania Cruises Holland America Holland America AIDA Cruises American Cruise Lines Oceania Cruises Holland America Amerian Cruise Lines Holland America Holland America Royal Caribbean International Royal Caribbean International Holland America Holland America American Cruise Lines Royal Caribbean International Royal Caribbean International Crystal Cruises Oceania Cruises Windstar Cruises Holland America Seabourn Cruises Holland America Royal Caribbean International Royal Caribbean International Seabourn Cruises Windstar Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line American Cruise Line Celebrity Cruises Holland America Sunstone Royal Caribbean International Norwegian Cruise Lines

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2018 cruise shiP schedule

ARRIVAL Sept 16 Seot 16 Sept 16 Sept 17 Sept 18 Sept 19 Sept 20 Sept 21* Sept 21 Sept 22* Sept 23 Sept 24 Sept 24 Sept 25* Sept 26 Sept 27* Sept 28* Sept 28 Sept 29* Sept 29 Sept 30* Oct 1 Oct 1 Oct 2 Oct 2 Oct 5* Oct 5 Oct 6 Oct 6 Oct 7 Oct 8 Oct 8 Oct 9 Oct 10* Oct 10 Oct 11* Oct 11 Oct 12* Oct 12 Oct 13 Oct 13 Oct 14 Oct 15 Oct 15 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 18 Oct 19* Oct 19 Oct 20 Oct 20 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 22 Oct 23 Oc 24 Oct 25 Oct 26 Oct 29 Oct 29 Oct 30

SHIP

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Zuiderdam 8am Veendam 8am Insignia 8am Grandeur of the Seas 8am Serenade of the Seas 7am Norwegian Escape 8am Crystal Symphony 8am Seven Seas Navigator 9am AIDAdiva 8am Anthem of the Seas 7am Rotterdam 8am Adventure of the Seas 7am Victory II 7am Pearl Mist 7am Norwegian Escape 8am Norwegian Dawn 8am Aurora 8am Silver Spirit** 8am Crystal Symphony 8am Norwegian Dawn 8am Adventure of the Seas 7am Grandeur of the Seas 8am Norwegian Gem 8am Regal Princess 7am Star Pride 7am Rotterdam 7am Seven Seas Navigator 8am Zuiderdam 8am Insignia 8am Rotterdam 8am Anthem of the Seas 7am Victory II 7am Regal Princess 7am Norwegian Escape 8am Fram 8am Summit 7am Seven Seas Navigator 8am Veendam 7am Royal Princess 7am Norwegian Dawn 8am Silver Spirit 9:30am Grandeur of the Seas 8am Adventure of the Seas 7am Pearl Mist 7am Regal Princess 7am Norwegian Gem 8am Serenade of the Seas 7am Rotterdam 7am Silver Spirit 8am Insignia 8am Star Pride 7am Seven Seas Navigator 9am Anthem of the Seas 7am Pearl Mist 7am Silver Wind** 7:30am Norwegian Gem 8am Norwegian Dawn 8am Insignia 8am Seabourn Quest 8am Pearl Mist 7am AIDAdiva 8am

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Holland America Holland America Oceania Cruises Royal Caribbean International Royal Caribbean International Norwegian Cruise Line Crystal Cruises Regent Seven Seas Cruises AIDA Cruises Royal Caribbean International Holland America Royal Caribbean International Sunstone Pearl Seas Cruises Norwegian Cruise Lines Norwegian Cruise Lines P & O Cruises Silver Seas Cruises Crystal Cruises Norwegian Cruise Lines Royal Caribbean International Royal Caribbean International Norwegian Cruise Lines Princess Cruises Windstar Cruises Holland America Regent Seven Seas Cruises Holland America Oceania Cruises Holland America Royal Caribbean International Sunstone Princess Cruises Norwegian Cruise Lines Hurtigruten Line Celebrity Cruises Regent Seven Seas Cruises Holland America Princess Cruises Norwegian Cruise Lines Silver Seas Cruises Royal Caribbean International Royal Caribbean International Pearl Seas Cruises, LLC Princess Cruises Norwegian Cruise Lines Royal Caribbean International Holland America Silver Seas Cruises Oceania Cruises Windstar Cruises Regent Seven Seas Cruises Royal Caribbean International Pearl Seas Cruises, LLC Silver Seas Cruises Norwegian Cruise Lines Norwegian Cruise Lines Oceania Cruises Seabourn Cruises Pearl Seas Cruises, LLC AIDA Cruises

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* There are more ships on this day There are over 180 cruise ships scheduled to arrive in Bar Harbor from mid April through ** Maiden Voyage to Bar Harbor Nov. 7th. This is not quite a complete listing! Schedule provided by the Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce, 207-288-4103. Due to storms to the South and other circumstances, scheduled visits can change with very little notice. Please contact the Chamber of Commerce for the latest schedule changes.

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The EXPLORER BUS system is a marvelous FREE service that covers all points of the Island’s compass — as well as a bus over in Winter Harbor to cover the Schoodic section of Acadia — with propane-powered, environmentally clean transportation to hiking trails, carriage roads, island beaches, and in town shopping. You can leave your car at home ... or at the Acadia Gateway Center in Trenton ... and visit all parts of Mount Desert Island bringing your bikes, well-mannered pets, groceries and shopping bags along with you. The buses provide stops all along the traveled ways and offer a relaxed and pleasant excursion. The Island Explorer can provide a truly car-free vacation experience on Maine’s most beautiful and popular island and you are protecting the air and nature of the Island for our future visitors and offspring. Check www.exploreacadia.com for the maps and time tables. E M E R G E N C Y P H O N E N U M B E R S — 9 11 - OR FIRE POLICE AMBULANCE Bar Harbor .......................... 288-5554 ............ 288-3391 ................288-5554 Frenchboro ......................... 334-2934 ............ 334-2977 ................334-2934 Great Cranberry.................. 244-5804 ............ 667-7575 ................276-5111 244-3575 Islesford .............................. 244-5438 ............ 667-7575 ................244-5111 244-3300 NE Harbor & Mt. Desert...... 276-5111 ............ 276-5111 ................276-5111 Southwest Harbor ............... 244-5233 ............ 244-5552 ................244-5030 Swans Island ...................... 526-4155 ............ 667-7575 ................526-4155 Hancock County Sheriff .................................. 667-7575

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Northeast Harbor Marina - SUMMER RATES

207-276-5737 SUMMER RATES:

Mooring Rentals: Per Night--100 series .....................................$ 25.00 Per Night--200 series .......................................... 25.00 Per Night--300 & 400 series............................... 40.00 Per Night--500 & 600 series............................... 55.00 Per Season--100 series ................................$ 800.00 Per Season--200 series .................................1,500.00 Per Season--300 & 400 series ......................2,300.00 Per Season--500 & 600 series. .....................3,300.00

DOCK SPACE:

Price per foot, per night: Vessels under 49’ .............................................$2.85 Vessels 50’-59’ ................................................. 3.35 Vessels 60’ & over .............................................. 3.85 *Seasonal customers staying for either June and/or September are entitled to a 10% discount for those months.

AMENITIES:

Cable TV: $5/day – Phone: $5/day

OUTBOARD FLOAT:

ELECTRICAL RATES: per day

Transient Seasonal 30 amp .............................$ 15.00......................7.50 2/30 amp............................ 30.00................... 15.00 50 amp ............................... 25.00................... 12.50 2/50 amp............................ 50.00................... 25.00 100 amp ............................. 45.00................... 22.50 2/100 amp ......................... 90.00................... 45.00

SANITARY PUMP-OUT: .................... $ 5.00 PARKING:

As designated by signs: Overnight parking by permit only (See Police Dept. NW of tennis courts)

SEASONAL SLIP CUSTOMER:

1 sticker per slip (Use parking lot near Chamber of Commerce Yachtsmen’s Building).

TRANSIENT SLIP OR MOORING RENTER: 1 sticker per slip

Vessels up to 19’6” ..............$25/night – $800/season Public Parking (Day use only): Use parking lot near tennis courts.

LAUNCH RAMP (Round Trip): Non-residents ......................................................$ 5.00 FREE LAUNCH SERVICE: Residents ................................................................ Free Contact Harbor Master’s Office for hours. Commercial (residents & non-residents)..............15.00 Dinghy Space: Free to residents or included with mooring rental fee. Mooring Registration Fee: Resident .........................................................$56.00 Non-Resident................................................$106.00 (Paid annually--Applies only to Harbors with “Wait Lists”) Please note: While the above prices were correct at time of print, they are subject to change. Please check with the Harbor Master if you have any questions.

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Northeast harbor GPs CoordiNates: Latitude 44° 17” 11’; LoNGitude -68° 16” 37’ WEATHER INFORMATION MARINE & INLAND FORECASTS RADIO BROADCASTS MARINE: WDEA 1370 AM (Ellsworth) broadcasts marine weather every half hour. INLAND: WWMJ 95.7 FM (Ellsworth) broadcasts local weather at approximately 50 minutes past the hour, with more frequent updates between 6 and 9 a.m. INLAND & MARINE: WBKA 107.7 FM (MDI) broadcasts local and marine weather at 10 & 20 minutes past the hour and 10 & 20 minutes before the hour. A special broadcast from the top of Cadillac Mountain at 8:30 a.m. and lobstermen calling in weather from the water at 7:20 a.m. WEATHER PHONE: WDEA 1370 AM provides this service, sponsored by Bowden Marine. Call 207-667-8910.

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— — OCTOBER — High Low AM PM AM PM 3:33 3:51 9:11 9:52 4:31 4:51 10:10 10:55 5:36 5:58 11:16 -6:44 7:06 12:02 12:25 7:49 8:12 1:08 1:32 8:50 9:12 2:10 2:34 9:45 10:08 3:06 3:30 10:36 11:00 3:59 4:23 11:24 11:49 4:48 5:13 -12:10 5:35 6:02 12:37 12:55 6:21 6:49 1:25 1:40 7:07 7:37 2:13 2:27 7:53 8:25 3:02 3:15 8:41 9:16 3:54 4:07 9:33 10:09 4:49 5:03 10:28 11:05 5:47 6:02 11:26 -6:44 7:00 12:02 12:24 7:38 7:54 12:57 1:19 8:27 8:43 1:48 2:09 9:11 9:28 2:33 2:54 9:51 10:09 3:15 3:36 10:28 10:49 3:53 4:15 11:05 11:28 4:30 4:54 11:42 -5:07 5:33 12:08 12:20 5:45 6:14 12:50 1:02 6:26 6:58 1:35 1:48 7:11 7:46 2:24 2:38 8:01 8:40 3:19 3:35 8:57 9:38 4:19 4:38 9:59 10:42

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The following advertisers may be found on the Cranberry Isles: • Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry • Great Cranberry General Store • Islesford Dock Restaurant • Cranberry Cove Boating Co. • Spurling Design

Beal & Bunker, Inc. provides the only yearround commuter service between the Cranberry Islands and NORTHEAST HARBOR. We welcome you to enjoy the fresh air & lovely views aboard our reliable, fully-equipped, and USCG inspected boats driven by experienced crews. Beal & Bunker, Inc. also has boats available year-round for island picnics, wildlife viewing and private charter needs. Please call for charter availability and price quotes.

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The following advertisers may be found in Bar Harbor, Otter Creek, Town Hill, Trenton and Ellsworth: • Acadia Air Tours

• First National Bank

• Acadia Fuel

• Friends of Acadia

• Argosy Gallery

• Galyn’s

• At Your Service Taxi and Tours

• Havana

• Atlantic Brewing

• Hertz Car Rental

• Bar Harbor Bank & Trust

• House Wine

• Bar Harbor Ferry Co.

• Island Artisans

• Bowden Marine

• Katahdin Photo Gallery

• Burning Tree Restaurant

• Maine Coast Memorial Hospital

• Carisa’s Salon

• Mount Desert Island Hospital

• Classic Massage

• Oli’s Trolley

• Downeast Windjammer Cruises

• Peekytoe Provisions

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The following advertisers may be found in Southwest Harbor, Bass Harbor and Tremont: • Acadia Fuel

• First National Bank

• Red Sky Restaurant

• Ann’s Point Cottages

• G. F. Johnston

• Sail Acadia

• Bar Harbor Bank & Trust

• Harbor View Motel

• Sawyer’s Specialties

• Hinckley Company

• Seal Cove Auto Museum

• Beal’s Lobster Pier

• Hutchins Cottages

• Sips

• Café Drydock

• Kingsleigh Inn

• Southwest Boat

• Carroll Drug Store

• Liquor Locker

• Southwest Cycle

• Clark Point Gallery

• LSRobinson Insurance

• Community Health Ctr.

• MDI Community

• Southwest Harbor Medical Center

• Cranberry Cove Ferry • Cranberry Hill Inn • Davis Agency • Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina

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• Thurston’s Lobster Pound

• Newman Marine Brokerage

• Tremont Historical Society

• Penury Hall

• Wendell Gilley Museum

• Quietside Café

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Shaw Jewelry

126 Main Street, PO Box 608, Northeast Harbor, Maine 04662

207-276-5000

Schedule for 2018 Gallery exhibitionS

June 14 – July 4 Refined Elegance Rona Fisher Pentimento Painting and Collage Lisa Clark July 5 – July 18 Opening Reception July 5, 5-7PM Pre Columbian Masterpieces: Taino Artifacts Larry Roberts Contemporary Classic Jewelry Largest Grouping July 5-7 Barbara Heinrich

Atmospheric Blending of Sea and Air Deborah Howard August 2 – August 15 Opening Reception Aug. 2, 5-7PM Bountiful Rarity Largest Collection August 2-4 Caro-Gray Bosca, Mary Hughes Strength Through Art David Brewster Exotica in Jewelry Largest Collection August 2-4 Katey Brunini August 9 – August 11

Beauty and Refinement for the Body Audrius Krulis

Medieval Meets Contemporary Alex Sepkus

Hoary Men and Abandoned Women Jessica DeFrenn

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shoWs and activities So much to do, so little time to do it! That is how I feel ... and I live here!! Check out the advertisers on the following pages and perhaps find even more in the extensive index starting on page 59. Make sure you let them know you saw their ad in the Port Directories! For even more activities, see the Calendar of Events starting on page 50. You might find something special for the time that you are here. And, if you are fortunate to live here for the summer or year ‘round, you might find events to get you out enjoying this beautiful playground in which we live! Be sure to check out the featured hike that starts on the following page. We hope you will get out and enjoy your time here ... a day, a week, a month, all year! www.visitnortheastharbor.com

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the Port directory featured hike The New Northeast Harbor Trail System This hike begins and ends at the parking area where Summit Road and Harborside Road intersect in Northeast Harbor (right before the Knowles Company and just up the hill from the harbor). The GPS coordinates are N44.294512 W68.289688. All photos in this article are Š Bayside Graphics

This our 11th season of presenting an outdoor activity in the Northeast Harbor Port Directory. In the past we have featured hikes, bike rides, a canoe trip and a kayak trip. This year we are presenting a nondemanding hike that we did last fall. We enjoyed it and we hope you do too. We followed a loop using some of the Northeast Harbor trails in the area of Schoolhouse Ledge and the Northeast Harbor Golf Club. This roughly 2 mile hike explores an area just outside the village of Northeast Harbor and is interesting in that it doesn’t leave civilization for

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long. While there are some secluded stretches through the woods and some beautiful natural scenery, there are also residences nearby and you pass by the Northeast Harbor Golf Course. These trails are maintained by the Northeast Harbor Village Improvement Society. Established in 1898, the Northeast Harbor Village Improvements Society has recently been making improvements to these trails. Some improvements that were especially appreciated were the new railings that helped going down some of the steeper embankments! And the stone steps appear in place so effortlessly … yet we KNOW a lot of effort and hard work went into the seamlessness of what nature provided and what was assisted by those working on the trails. The trail leaves the left side of the parking area. Up ahead turn right at the “Trailhead” sign and climb moderately over an old paved footpath called the Schoolhouse Ledge Trail. You will cross over an old water pipe as you pass by two residences. Please be respectful in this area by staying on the path and keeping your noise down. Also avoid stepping on any of the pipes you may come across during this hike. (Or any hike for that matter!) As you climb a bit more over a pleasant woods path, you will turn right staying on the Schoolhouse Ledge Trail. Be sure to look in all directions at the beauty you will find in this solitude. Up, down, left, right … a great way to commune with nature. Live

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Canoe, Kayak and Paddleboard Rentals on Great Long Pond. Call for a reservation! Self-Guided Sunset Tours $22/pp

207-244-5854

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That being said, DO keep an eye on the trail which is covered with roots that are slippery when wet. (Editor’s Note: Yes, my mind was on the article instead of where I was going, so I slipped and fell!) Stay left on the Schoolhouse Ledge Trail and climb gently. Pass by the Harborside Trail and the Reservoir Trail on the right staying left on the Schoolhouse Ledge Trail. Descend slightly and pass the Cliff Trail on the right following the sign for “Golf Club.” Shortly take a right on the Golf Club Trail and descend gently. On the left, views of the golf course open up as cliffs rise abruptly on the right. The trail steps down with a rough-hewn railing and levels out through open woods. As you pass the pump house for the Mount Desert Water District above on the right, cross Hadlock Stream on a footbridge. Soon after you will see more views of the Golf Club are

Seal Cove Auto Museum Exploring History Through a Collection of Brass Era Automobiles & Motorcycles

New exhibit in 2018

May-Oct: Open Daily 10-5 Nov-Apr: Open by Appointment

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on the left. The trail crosses over the tee off area for hole 4. Be sure to follow the rock cairns on the other side of the tee area to continue on the trail. As you continue on the trail, views of Acadia and Saint Sauveur mountains are on the left. You will now ascend over rocks through an open area and take a sharp right on the Old Reservoir Trail. After climbing a bit more the trail levels out and re-crosses Hadlock Brook on a footbridge. Proceeding through nice, open woods the old reservoir appears on the left and you will walk along the old dam. This is a beautifully lush area. Very different from mountain hikes! Further on, you will cross a gravel road belonging to the Mount Desert Water Company. Cross the road and pick up the Cliff Trail on the other side. You will go straight on the Cliff Trail. The Asticou Trail leaves on the left. As you climb gently, you will now enter a tranquil area where

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cliffs are on your left. The rock formations are rather striking and there is also a small cave tucked away in the rocks. It is almost reminiscent of The Flintstones (or maybe The Jetsons meets The Flintstones) … at least we thought so. I guess now we’re dating ourselves! The Cliff Trail descends and rejoins the Schoolhouse Ledge Trail and the Golf Club Trail. Bear left and then straight on the Schoolhouse Ledge Trail. We decided to detour and take a left on the Harborside Trail and descend into dense woods. If you do this, you will turn right on a grassy road which is the Bridle Path. This pleasant walk will take you to Delights Road. This is a paved private road that services a few residences. Turn right on Delights Road and soon after, turn right again on a trail marked, “To Schoolhouse Ledge”. This “spur” trail connects to the Schoolhouse Ledge Trail where you will turn left and return to the back to the parking area where we began. We hope you enjoy your hike just outside of beautiful Northeast Harbor. If you would like to share your trip with us, or make suggestions, please write to Bayside Graphics, PO Box 55, Mount Desert, ME 04660 or email us at: info@visitnortheastharbor.com. Tremont Historical Society Country Store Museum Reflecting its 19th century country store origins, the shelves are filled with artifacts contributed by Tremont and Southwest Harbor families, overlooking Bass Harbor, the most important Harbor community on MDI at that time! Open M, W, F from 1-4, July to Columbus Day On Facebook @ Tremont Historical Society www.tremontmainehistory.us 4 Granville Rd., Bass Harbor 244-9753

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acadia’s historic carriage roads Used by permission from Acadia National Park.

Forty-five miles of rustic carriage roads, the gift of philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr. and family, weave around the mountains and valleys of Acadia National Park. Rockefeller, a skilled horseman, wanted to travel on motor-free byways via horse and carriage into the heart of Mount Desert Island. His construction efforts from 1913 to 1940 resulted in roads with sweeping vistas and close-up views of the landscape. His love of road building ensured a state-of-the-art system. Rockefeller’s interest in road building grew naturally from his father’s. John D. Rockefeller Sr., the founder of Standard Oil, had built and landscaped carriage roads on his Ohio and New York estates. From his father the junior Rockefeller learned many techniques that he applied to building his Mount Desert Island carriage roads. State-of-the-Art Roads Acadia’s carriage roads are the best example of broken-stone roads—a type of road commonly used at the turn of the 20th century—in America today. They are true roads, approximately 16 feet wide, constructed with methods that required much hand labor. The roads were engineered to contend with Maine’s wet weather. Stone culverts, wide ditches, three layers of rock, and a substantial six- to eight-inch crown ensured good drainage. Rather than flattening hill- © Bayside Graphics sides to accommodate the roads, breast walls and retaining walls were built to preserve the line of hillsides and save trees. Rockefeller, naturally gifted with the eye of a landscape architect, aligned the roads to follow the contours of the land and to take advantage of scenic views. He graded the roads so they were not too steep or too sharply curved for horse-drawn carriages. Road crews quarried island granite for road material and bridge facing. Roadsides were landscaped with native vegetation such as blueberries and sweet fern. The use of native materials helped blend the roads into the natural landscape. An Integrated System Rockefeller participated in the construction process. He walked areas staked out for road alignment and observed work in progress. He knew the laborers by name and used experts to design the bridges and engineer the roads. Throughout it all, he paid rapt attention to the most minute details, from the placement of coping stones to the cost of a running foot of road. Following are some elements that unify the carriage road system: Coping Stones Large blocks of granite lining the roads serve as guardrails. Cut roughly and spaced irregularly, the coping stones create a rustic appearance. These coping stones have been affectionately called “Rockefeller’s teeth.”

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Signposts Cedar signposts were installed at intersections to direct carriage drivers. The posts were stained with Cabots shingle stain #248. The lettering was painted first with one coat of flat yellow paint, then with another coat of enamel yellow. T Today, numbers that match maps and guidebooks are attached to the signposts and help carriage road users find their way. Roadside Grooming and Landscaping Rockefeller employed a crew of foresters to remove debris from the roads and roadsides. Nationally known landscape architect Beatrix Farrand consulted on planting designs to frame vistas and bridges and to heal scars left behind by carriage road construction. The Fire of 1947 destroyed much of her work. Gate Lodges Two gate lodges, one at Jordan Pond and the other near Northeast Harbor, ornament the roads and serve as impressive welcomes to the system. A third gate lodge was planned at Eagle Lake, but was never built. During carriage road construction, engineer Paul Simpson and his family lived at the Jordan Pond Gate Lodge. Bridges

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Two distinctive features of the carriage roads—the signpost and the coping stones—are present in this image. NPS/Ginny Reams

Rockefeller financed 16 of 17 stonefaced bridges, each unique in design, to span streams, waterfalls, roads, and cliffsides. The bridges are steel-reinforced concrete, but the use of native stone for the facing gives them a natural appearance. Over time, the stone cutters grew very skilled and Rockefeller often requested them not to cut the facing too well lest the rustic look be lost. The result of Rockefeller’s vision and attention to detail is an integrated system of carriage roads that blends harmoniously with the landscape. The Carriage Roads Today Maintaining the extensive carriage road system is no easy task, and the National Park Service could not do it alone. Between 1992 and 1995, an extensive rehabilitation of the carriage roads was financed by federal www.visitnortheastharbor.com


construction funds along with matching private funds from Friends of Acadia, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the outstanding natural beauty, ecological vitality, and cultural distinctiveness of Acadia National Park and surrounding communities. Woody vegetation was removed from roads, shoulders, and ditches, and drainage systems were reestablished to arrest erosion. The crown and subgrade layers were restored, and new surface materials were applied to replace thousands of cubic yards washed away over the years. Coping stones were reset or replaced, and some of the historic vistas that once greeted horseback riders, carriage drivers, and walkers were reopened. To ensure that the carriage roads will continue to be maintained close to their original condition, the park has formed a partnership with Friends of Acadia. In 1995, Friends of Acadia established an endowment to help protect the carriage roads in perpetuity. Each year, the organization contributes more than $200,000 from this endowment to the park for carriage road maintenance. Volunteers working under the guidance of Friends of Acadia contribute thousands of hours cleaning ditches and culverts, clearing brush, and assisting park staff with other restoration projects. The commitment demonstrated by Friends of Acadia in maintaining the carriage roads is only one of many ways the organization helps support the park. © Friends of Acadia A portion of park user fees, authorized by the Recreational Fee Demonstration Program, also helps fund carriage road maintenance. Between 2001 and 2004, federal funds and park user fees paid for a major re-pointing, cleaning, and water-proofing of all carriage road bridges within the park. User fees have also funded annual projects, including repairing stone walls and opening overgrown vistas. More than one hundred vistas have been cleared in the past ten years.

A Spirit of Philanthropy Park volunteers, visitors, and groups like Friends of Acadia are continuing a tradition of philanthropy begun by John D. Rockefeller Jr. and other early conservationists. Their valuable contributions of time, effort, and funds help protect the park and improve the quality of your experience. For more information about joining in these efforts, stop at Hulls Cove Visitor Center or visit the Friends of Acadia website. Such generous spirit allows the park to better meet its mission of protecting and preserving its cultural and natural resources for present and future generations.

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calendar of events - 2018

Times and dates updated at time of printing. Please call individual numbers or check the websites for updates. We apologize if any changes were made post-production. Ongoing Thurs., June 28 to August 30: Northeast Harbor Farmer’s Market. The best variety of fruits and vegetables; free-range pork, beef, lamb, and rabbit; and more. On Huntington Rd. across from the Kimball Terrace Inn. Fri., Late June - Oct. 5: Southwest Harbor Farmer’s Market. 9am-1pm. Pick up produce and eggs from local farmers, as well as farm-raised meats and freshly-baked goods. Main Street parking lot of St. John Church. Thursdays in July and August: Art Gallery Openings. Northeast Harbor. Thurs., Aug. 2 - 23: Outdoor Movie Night at sundown. Village Green (Veteran’s Park), Northeast Harbor. Mon. & Thurs. July 2 through August 13: Bar Harbor Town Band. 8-9pm. Free concerts on the Village Green, rain or shine. Main & Mt. Desert Streets, Bar Harbor (Congregational Church in Bar Harbor if raining). May 22 to September 30: Self-Guided tours of Historic St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church. 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Brochures available for self-guided tour of the church and its renowned stained glass windows (Tiffany, English glass, Italian stone work). For more info, (207) 288-4215 or stsaviours.me. Wed., July 11 to August 8: Seaside Cinema. Family movie night in Agamont Park in downtown Bar Harbor. In the event of rain, shows will be canceled. Call 207-288-5103 for cancellation notices. May 31 - June 3 : The 20th Annual Acadia Birding Festival. Celebrate the ecological wonders of the birds of the Gulf of Maine. acadiabirdingfestival.com. (207) 288-8128. June 1: First Friday Art Walk. Downtown Bar Harbor, 6-9pm. Pick up a map from the Chamber of Commerce, lodging establishment, or gallery and begin at any venue. Follow the ART Walk flags. June 2: National Trails Day. Discover, enjoy, and care for Acadia’s magnificent 125-mile trail system, accompanied by park trail crew and interpretive staff members. nps.gov. June 3: 6th Annual Acadia Half Marathon. Starts and ends in front of the YMCA, 21 Park Street, Bar Harbor. Call (207) 288-3511 for more information. June 8: Historic Maine Cooking. 2-4:30pm.Ambrosia Cooking School, 19 Rodick Street, Bar Harbor. Call 288-4523.

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June 9: Mapas ... Tapas with a Maine Twist. 3-4:30pm. Ambrosia Cooking School, 19 Rodick Street, Bar Harbor. Call (207) 288-4523. June 11: ArtWaves Presents: Native Botanical Printmaking. 9:30am-12pm. No experience necessary for this wow of a workshop. Everything is included so you can make and take home your own unique printed postcards, tags, booklets, in addition to matting your favorite piece to frame. 266-0010. June 16 (9am-5pm) & June 17 (10am-4pm): Art in the Park. 68th Annual Art Show! Over 35 painters and photographers will display and sell their original works on the Village Green, Main & Mt. Desert Streets, Bar Harbor. June 17: 12th Annual Art on the Deck Fine Art Show. Galyn’s Restaurant, 17 Main St., Bar Harbor. 3-6pm. Free and open to the public. June 21: Claremont Dinner & Silent Auction. Fundraiser for the Southwest Harbor Library. 6PM. Contact 244-7065 for details. June 24: Maine Lobster Boat Race. There is nothing more uniquely Maine than a day at the lobster boat races. Bass Harbor. Call for more information, (207) 244-9623. June 24-29: Acadia Trad Festival. A week of concerts, classes, workshops, dances and more in the Irish, Scottish, Acadian Cajun, Old-time and Cape Breton styles. Held on the campus of the College of the Atlantic, 105 Eden Street, Bar Harbor. www. acadiatradschool.com. July 1: Bar Harbor Music Festival. Opening Day of the 52nd Season. Maine Sea Coast Mission, 127 West Street, Bar Harbor. Bar Harbor Music Festival’s Tea Concert, April Martin, Soprano; Cara Chowning, Pianist. 4:00pm. July 3: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mount Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Opening night with Brass Venture returning for the 15th consecutive season! July 4: Around MDI Relay. 6am-5pm. The 100 km route circles world famous Mount Desert Island while touching every town and village, including many scenic seaside areas. For more information: http://aroundmdirelay.crowathletics.com. July 4: Independence Day Celebration. Bar Har Harbor’s Fourth of July has been voted the #1 Fourth of July celebration in America by the Today Show, and recognized by National Geographic as one of the top ten in the U.S. With a full day of events, it’s no wonder that people love spending the Fourth in Bar Harbor.

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6-10am-Blueberry Pancake Breakfast. MDI Rotary Club, Bar Harbor Athletic Field, Park Street, Bar Harbor. A fun morning feast for the whole family. 7:30am-2:30pm Bar Harbor Nonprofit Showcase Bar Harbor (MDI) Rotary Club, Bar Harbor Athletic Field, Park Street. A variety of Maine nonprofits sell goods, raffle items and provide information on their nonprofit organization. 9am-3pm-Craft Fair. MDI YMCA. A wonderful selection of Maine crafts - jewelry, quilts, and more. Joint fund raiser for the YMCA and YWCA. 10am-Independence Day Parade winds through downtown Bar Harbor. 11am-2pm-Seafood Festival. MDI Rotary Club, Bar Harbor Athletic Field, Park Street. Enjoy lobster, mussels, corn, strawberry shortcake, and more. After Parade-Lobster Races. Watch local businesses put their lobsters to the test in a “high-speed” crustacean contest! MDI YMCA, Bar Harbor Athletic Field, Park Street. Proceeds benefit the MDI YMCA. 11:30am-2pm-Seafood Festival Entertainment, Bar Harbor Athletic Field. Free live concert during the Seafood Festival. 3:30-9pm-Free concert series in Agamont Park. Family-friendly tunes for dancing and listening as you wander by the harbor or stake out your seat for the fireworks. 7:30-8:30pm-Bar Harbor Town Band. Free concert on the Village Green, Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Approximately 9:15pmBar Harbor: Enjoy the spectacular display of fireworks over Frenchman’s Bay. Southwest Harbor: The Southwest Harbor & Tremont Chamber of Commerce is hosting a fireworks display this year. Fireworks will be visible from many locations around the harbor. Rain date, July 7. July 6: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mount Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Alexandra Beliakovich, Pianist. July 7: 2018 Native American Festival and Basket Makers Market. Offers visitors, collectors and gallery owners the opportunity to buy directly from the artists, as quality and authenticity is the hallmark for this Wabanaki Market. 10-4, College of the Atlantic, 105 Eden Street, Bar Harbor. (207) 288-3519. July 10: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. POPS Concert, Janinah Burnett, Soprano; Cara Chowning, Pianist. The Great Room, Bluenose Inn, 90 Eden Street, Bar Harbor. Pre-Concert Dinner served beginning at 6pm (optional). July 10: Annual Strawberry Festival at the Somesville Fire House. 1-3 pm. Our traditional celebration of history and strawberry shortcake. Yum! (207) 276-9323.

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July 11: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 5:30pm. Gates Auditorium, College of the Atlantic, 105 Eden Street, Bar Harbor. 22nd Annual New Composers Forum. Moderator: Joshua Cody. July 12: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Saint Saviour’s Episcopal Church, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. World Piano Competition Prize Winner, Alexandra Beliakovich. July 12: Neighborhood House Bash at the Boatyard: to be held at Abels Yacht Yard, Somes Sound 6-8 pm. Live Music from MDIHS Jazz musicians, food from Bar Harbor Catering Co., complimentary beer & wine, cash bar, and silent auction. Tickets available at (207) 276-5039. Proceeds fund the NHH summer camp scholarship program. July 13: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. 35th Annual “New Composers” Concert. Allison Kiger, Flutist; Ashe Gordon, Violist; Maria Rindenello-Parker, Harpist. July 13-14: 22nd Annual Hospice Regatta. Morris Yachts, Northeast Harbor. All proceeds benefit Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County. (207) 667-2531. July 13-16: Quietside Flamingo Festival. Throughout Southwest Harbor. The annual Harbor House Flamingo Festival is whimsical, lighthearted and decidedly pink ... truly has something for everyone. For more information (207) 244-3713. July 14-15: Paperback Book Sale. Thousands of used paperbacks for your reading pleasure on the front lawn of the Southwest Harbor Public Library, Main St. Southwest Harbor. July 14: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Christopher Ladd, Guitarist. July 15: Flamingo Four-Miler and Fun Run. This scenic race runs through part of Acadia National Park and ends at the Tremont Community Center. For more information (207) 244-3713. July 17: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Christopher Johnson, Pianist. July 19: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Antonio Galera Lopez, Pianist. July 19: Chicks with Sticks. Steel drummers. 5:30pm. Northeast Harbor Marina. July 20: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Opera Theatre: Hansel and Gretel. The Historic Criterion Theatre, 35 Cottage Street, Bar Harbor. July 21: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Ardelia Trio; Janey Choi, Violinist; Clara Yang, Cellist; Jihea Hong-Park, Pianist. July 22: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Jackson Laboratory Commons, 610 Main Street, Bar Harbor. Wolverine Jazz Band.

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July 24: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15pm. Escher String Quartet. July 25: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Blackwoods Campground Amphitheater, Otter Creek; 46th Annual Acadia National Park Outdoor Concert. Bar Harbor Festival String Orchestra, Francis Fortier, Conductor. Rain date, July 26. July 26: Summer Artisan Market and Music. 4pm. Northeast Harbor Marina. July 26: Annual Butterfly Release at Charlotte Rhoades Butterfly Garden. 3:30pm. This annual event is a wonderful family affair that is fun for everyone! $30 per person 12 and over, includes one butterfly. Children under 12, free admissionbutterfly not included. Reservations required. (207) 266-6047 or (207) 244-9264. July 26: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. 14th Annual Bob Noonan Memorial Concert. Bar Harbor Festival String Orchestra, Francis Fortier, Conductor; Antonio Galera-Lopez, Piano Soloist. July 27-29: 43nd Annual Directions Craft Show. MDI High School, Bar Harbor. Friday: 5 - 9pm; Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 5pm. mainecraftsguild.com. July 28: Open Garden Day. The Garden Club of Mount Desert, 8am-5pm, Rain or Shine. www.gardenclubofmountdesert.org. July 28: Mount Desert Summer Chorale. 50th Anniversary Gala. 7:30pm. Northeast Harbor Concert, St. Mary’s by-the-Sea. mountdesertsummerchorale.org. July 28-29: Gallery on the Green I, by the Coastal Fine Art Alliance of Maine. More than 50 of Downeast’s most recognized artists, including winners of top awards and national competitions, will take part in this summer’s annual outdoor show. Pemetic Green, Southwest Harbor. Rain or Shine. (207) 244-9264. July 29: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. The Gates Center, College of the Atlantic, 105 Eden Street, Bar Harbor. Festival Gala. Pre-concert dinner at 6pm (optional). Bar Harbor Festival String Orchestra, Francis Fortier, Conductor. July 29-August 4: Annual Claremont Croquet Classic. Players compete in a nine-wicket doubleelimination tournament in both singles and doubles competition. Players and spectators alike enjoy this annual event. (800) 244-5036. July 31: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15 pm. Ensemble of Guest Artists. August 3-4: Mount Desert Summer Chorale. Acadia Centennial Concert, Elijah. 7:30pm. (Pre-Concert Talk, 7pm.) St. Saviour’s Church, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. mountdesertsummerchorale.org.

August 3-5: Bar Harbor Fine Arts Festival. Bar Harbor Inn, Newport Drive, Bar Harbor. Fri.: 12-8; Sat.: 10-8; Sun. 10-5. August 4: Luminaria Evening. Celebrate the lives of cancer survivors and honor those who have lost their lives to cancer. 7-9:30pm, Bar Harbor Village Green. Live music with Peter and David Lindquist as the Neverly Brothers. Proceeds benefit Home Cooked Healing. Rain date, August 5. August 7: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15pm. Borromeo String Quartet. August 7: Lobsters on the Sound. Come join us at the Hinckley Company in Southwest Harbor for a night of fun. 5:30 -7:30pm, Cocktails & Silent Auction; 7:30pm, Dinner, Live Auction & Dancing. Proceeds support programs and services that Harbor House provides to the communities of MDI. For information or to purchase tickets, call (207) 244-3713. August 8: 18th Annual Bicycle Parade and Ice Cream Social. The evening begins at 5:30pm on the front lawn of the Neighborhood House, as we provide a heaping helping of balloons, streamers, and other colorful décor for participants of all ages to attach to their bikes, trikes, scooters, wagons, etc. Once the decorating is done, we have a parade down Main St at 6pm, complete with police and fire truck escort! The “cherry on top,” however, are the ice cream sundaes we all have afterwards, complete with homemade hot fudge sauce! August 9 (2-7pm), 10-11(10am-5pm): 12th Annual Invitational Fine Arts & Crafts Show. Neighborhood House, Northeast Harbor. www.artsworth.org August 11-12: Giant Used Book Sale. Legion Hall, Southwest Harbor. To benefit the Southwest Harbor Public Library. (207) 244-7065. August 11: 29th Anniversary Benefit Auction. Asticou Inn, Northeast Harbor. Friends of Acadia uses proceeds to support new and ongoing programs in Acadia that engage youth, protect natural and cultural resources and contribute to a quality visitor experience in the park. friendsofacadia.org. August 11-12: Gallery on the Green II, by the Coastal Fine Art Alliance of Maine. Pemetic Green, Southwest Harbor. Rain or Shine. (207) 244-9264. August 14: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15pm. Miami String Quartet. August 18: 49th Annual Book Sale. Jesup Memorial Library, 34 Mount Desert St., Bar Harbor; 9am-4pm. August 19: Island Arts Association Craft Fair. Pemetic School Green, Southwest Harbor; 9am-4pm. August 21: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15pm. Brentano String Quartet. August 23: Wine & Cheese & Love Letters. A play. 5pm. Neighborhood House, Northeast Harbor.

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September 1-2: Island Arts Association Craft Fair. Fair in the Park. Village Green, Bar Harbor. Sat. 10-6; Sun. 10-5. September 5-9: 10th Annual Acadia Night Sky Festival. A community celebration to promote the protection and enjoyment of Downeast Acadia’s stellar night sky as a valuable natural resource through education, science and the arts. For a list of events, go to acadianightskyfestival.org. September 8: Open Lighthouse Day. 9am-3pm. This popular annual event offers the general public the rare opportunity to climb, and learn about, over two dozen historic Maine lighthouses. lighthousefoundation.org/maine-open-lighthouse-day. September 15: Annual Half Marathon and 5K. 7:30am-Noon. MDI YMCA, 21 Park Street, Bar Harbor. fitness@mdiymca.org. September 15-16: Gallery on the Green, by the Coastal Fine Art Alliance of Maine. Village Green, Bar Harbor. Rain or Shine. September 16: The Phelps/Lowe Golf Tournament. Sponsored by Harbor House Community Center. For more information, (207) 244-3713. September 22: Fee Free Day at Acadia National Park! Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees and transportation entrance fees. Other fees may not be included. Come celebrate the National Public Land’s Day! October 5: First Friday Art Walk. Downtown Bar Harbor, 6-9pm. Pick up a map from the Chamber of Commerce, lodging establishment, or gallery and begin at any venue. October 5-6: 23nd Annual Acadia Oktoberfest. Food Festival and Craft Fair. Music and entertainment. Friday (4-6pm) will open with an afternoon and early evening Wine & Cheese Tasting accompanied by music. Saturday brings the Oktoberfest Beer Tasting and a Craft, Music and Food Festival. Noon-5pm. Smuggler’s Den Campground, Southwest Harbor. (207) 244-9264. Recognized as one of the outstanding festivals in the country. October 14: Mt. Desert Island Marathon. Four island communities will host the annual MDI Marathon. More than 800 runners are expected to challenge the 26.2 mile course. This race is a Boston Marathon qualifier. www.mdimarathon.org. November 3: Take Pride in Acadia Day. 8am-1pm. Acadia National Park Headquarters, Eagle Lake Road. Join one of the most important volunteer events of the year! Call to register. (207) 288-3340. November 11: Fee Free Day in Acadia National Park. Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees and transportation entrance fees. Other fees may not be included. All you have to do is show up. Happy Veteran’s Day! November 10: Annual Early Bird Sale & Bed Races. Sale hours are 6-9am. Shop in your pjs for extra discounts! If someone dragged you out of

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the house early for the sale, but shopping is not your bag, drop into the 1932 Criterion Theatre for an early morning movie. Bed and Pajama Parade starts at 10, and Bed Races at 10:15. Cottage St., Bar Harbor. November 30: Christmas Celebration in Southwest Harbor! 5:30-7pm. The evening begins with the lighting of the Town’s Christmas tree followed by a bonfire and tractor rides. Refreshments and a visit from Santa! Opportunity for pictures to be taken with Santa upstairs at the Harbor House. November 30-December 1: Holiday Craft Fair. 3-7pm on the 8th; 9am-1pm on the 9th at the Harbor House in Southwest Harbor. Get into the holiday spirit and start your holiday shopping. December 1: Christmas Festival. Northeast Harbor. There will be a variety of activities throughout the day, including Santa arriving in the Harbor on the Sunbeam! Check www.mtdesertchamber.org for more information. December 7: Village Holidays & Midnight Madness. 4:30pm-midnight. There is caroling on the Village Green at 4:30pm, then welcome Santa to Bar Harbor at the Village Green at 5pm. Midnight Madness Sale, 8pm-midnight. Great discounts, music, food, drinks, and midnight raffles. (207) 288-5103. Events at the Seal Cove Auto Museum June 9: Cars & Coffee: The Cars & Coffees are held every 2nd Saturday of the month, June – October. They are an opportunity for drivers to show off their own special cars, and for all auto enthusiasts to congregate to kick tires, peer under hoods, and enjoy coffee with their fellow car-lovers. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage automobile. 9am-12pm. The June Cars & Coffee will feature steam cars! You are encouraged to bring an early steam car of your own in the morning, or any other antique or classic car if you don’t have a steamer but would like to drive over your favorite old car. The Cars & Coffee in the morning will be followed by steam demonstrations in the afternoon, and rides in the museum’s cars, weather permitting. June 21: Demo Day: Hidden Gems of the Collection. On the third Thursday of each month, one of the vehicles in the Seal Cove Auto Museum’s collection will be featured, with talks by the Museum’s curators and additional related object and documents shared. Rides in antique autos offered, weather permitting. Free with admission. 10am-4pm. June 28: Hemmings Motor News 2018 Great Race Visit. 12:00– 3:15pm. An intense competition for vintage cars, this long-distance, time-speedendurance rally tests the abilities of 150 racers and

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their pre-1972 cars. The public is invited to visit the Auto Museum to see the cars arrive and meet the race teams. 11am: Shuttles begin 12:00 –12:15pm: Opening Ceremonies 12:15–3:15pm: Cars will arrive throughout this period at one-minute intervals June 28: CAR-B-QUE. 4pm – 9pm. Car show, barbeque, and live music, all wrapped up into one super-fun event! 4-9pm: Vintage Cars on Display 6-9pm: Barbeque, Provided by Nostrano (available for purchase) 7-9pm: Live Concert, Featuring: Danny Harper July 19: Demo Day: Hidden Gems of the Collection. See event on June 21. 10am-4pm. July 21: Cars & Coffee: See event on June 9. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage auto. 9am-12pm. This month will feature Corvettes! You are encouraged to bring an early Corvette of your own in the morning, or any other antique or classic car if you don’t have a Corvette but would like to drive over your favorite old car. The Cars & Coffee in the morning will be followed by kids’ activities in the afternoon, including rides in the museum’s cars, weather permitting. July 21: Kids Day: Games; Remote controlled car races; Demonstrations; Noise-making & explosions; Tasty treats to eat; Rides in antique autos, weather permitting. Kids 12 and under get in free! 12-4pm. July 29: Murder Mystery Dinner: Join us for dinner among our collection of elegant antique cars and help determine the killer when a murder occurs! Prizes awarded. Costumes encouraged but optional. Character profiles available. More details to follow. 6-9:30pm. August 8-9: Watercolor Workshop with Judy Taylor: In a truly unique workshop experience, Judy Taylor will guide participants into the world of vintage car ads, to an era in advertising that had “caught on” to the power of grabbing readers’ attention with visuals – essentially headlines in themselves. All day. Call for more information. August 11: Cars & Coffee: See event on June 9. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage auto. The August Cars & Coffee will feature British cars and a London to Brighton Vintage Car Rally program. 9am-12pm. August 16: Demo Day: Hidden Gems of the Collection. See event on June 21. 10am-4pm. August 18: Tom Cotter, author and Hagerty’s Barn Find Hunter, will be at the museum for the day with his Cunningham C-3. He will have some of his books available and video as well. 10am-4pm.

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September 15: Cars & Coffee: See event on June 9. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage auto. 9am-12pm. Bring your favorite four-footed friends, as the September Cars & Coffee will feature canines, with the Hancock County SPCA. September 21: Demo Day: Hidden Gems of the Collection. See event on June 21. 10am-4pm. October 13: Cars & Coffee: See event on June 9. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage auto. 9am-12pm. The October Cars & Coffee will feature Ford’s early As, Ts, and the other Ford “Alphabet Cars.” October 18: History Happy Hour; geared towards members of the Seal Cove Auto Museum and the MDI Historical Society. These events provide an opportunity for members to mingle with friends, neighbors, and fellow history buffs, imbibe local spirits, and learn a little something new. Nonmembers have the opportunity to join both the Seal Cove Auto Museum and MDIHS at a special dual membership rate of $50. Location to be determined. For more information on the above programs and events, hours and admission prices: call (207) 244-9242 or visit the museum website sealcoveautomuseum.org.

Events at the Wendell Gilley Museum May 27: Wendell Gilley Museum Open House and Carving Show. Join the flock to admire carvings by members and students. 12-4pm, refreshments served. Free of charge. June - September: Special Programs, Speakers and Workshops. Please check www.wendellgilleymuseum.org for details. July 8: Summer Exhibition Opening - Earth, Sea, Sky highlights Barbara Prey’s work in Maine. Several recent paintings from Mount Desert Island and the town of Southwest Harbor are being exhibited for the first time. The show also explores Prey’s creative process and the techniques that she uses in her light-filled paintings, which range from plein air nature studies to large landscapes and monumental paintings that expand the traditional boundaries of the watercolor medium. These will be on display June 30 through October 14, 2018. August 2: A Flight of Swallows: Exclusive wine tasting to benefit the Wendell Gilley Museum will be held at the Neighborhood House in Northeast Harbor. By advance reservation only. Call (207) 244-7555. August 21: Celebration of Wendell Gilley’s 114th Birthday: Free admission all day, special activities ... and cake! 10am-4:30pm. For more information on the above programs and events, hours and admission prices: call (207) 244-7555, email: info@wendellgilleymuseum.org or visit the museum website wendellgilleymuseum.org.

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museums of mdi Abbe MuseuM

Mt. Desert St., Bar Harbor

The museum celebrates Maine’s Native American heritage. A permanent exhibition, Wabanaki: People of the Dawn, as well as changing exhibitions and educational programs. (207) 288-3519 abbemuseum.org

Abbe MuseuM At sieur de Monts springs Located in Acadia National Park off Rt. 3

A visit to the original Abbe Museum is a step back in time. Featuring exhibits on the archeology of Maine and the history of the museum. (207) 288-3519 abbemuseum.org

bAr HArbor HistoricAl society Ledgelawn Ave., Bar Harbor

The Society holds an outstanding collection extending from Bar Harbor’s 1796 Incorporation through the Gilded Era to the present. (207) 288-0000 or (207) 288-3807 barharborhistorical.org

FrencHboro HistoricAl society Long Island

Old tools, furniture, household goods and local memorabilia are on exhibit in the Museum. Programs and other special events are offered. Library and craft shop. (207) 334-2924 frenchboro.lib.me.us

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george b. dorr MuseuM oF nAturAl History College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor

The museum features dioramas of coastal Maine wildlife and a tide pool tank that houses a variety of live sea stars, hermit crabs, snails and other marine creatures. Visitors of all ages can touch, smell, listen and create while learning about the natural history of Maine. (207) 288-5395 coa.edu/nhm

greAt crAnberry islAnd HistoricAl MuseuM Great Cranberry Island

Museum, gardens, public trail, historic tiny cabin and cafe are open every day, 10-4, Memorial Day to Columbus Day. A different display every year, plus Rachel Field’s Hitty. (207) 244-7800 gcihs.org

tHe greAt HArbor MAritiMe MuseuM

Located in the Old Firehouse, Northeast Harbor

The museum explores and celebrates local maritime history and promotes educational activities on the ocean. (207) 276-5262 greatharbormaritimemuseum.org

islesFord HistoricAl MuseuM Little Cranberry Island

The museum’s exhibits explore life in the Town of Cranberry Isles during the 19th century when schooners were the mode of transportation and oceans were the highways. (207) 288-8729 nps.gov/planyourvisit/islesfordhistoricalmuseum

islesFord HistoricAl society Islesford

Dedicated to researching and publishing the history of the Cranberry Isles. (207) 244-7893 cranberryisles.com/little/histsoc.html

tHe MAine grAnite industry HistoricAl society 62 Beech Hill Cross Rd., Mount Desert

The largest collection of tools, photos, granite and books concerning an industry which built our nation’s historic buildings, bridges and fortifications all over the United States. (207) 244-0175 mainegraniteindustry.org

Mount desert oceAnAriuM Rt.3 in Bar Harbor

Hands-on and interactive exhibits about the tides, fog, sea water, hypothermia, waves, and numerous exhibits about commercial fishing in Maine. Maine Lobster Hatchery, Maine Lobster Museum, Thomas Bay Marsh Walk, and a “touch tank.” (207) 288-5005 theoceanarium.com

Mdi HistoricAl society’s old scHool House & MuseuM Rt. 198, Mount Desert

The museum offers people of all ages an opportunity to step back in time. Exhibits throughout the year focus on themes in MDI’s history. Tues-Fri 10-4; Sat 1-4. (207) 276-9323 mdihistory.org

neH librAry ArcHives

Official repository for records of the Town of Mount Desert. (207) 276-3333

otter creek HistoricAl society & MuseuM Historical information pertaining to Otter Creek.

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nehlibrary.org (207) 288-2873

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Seal Cove auto MuSeuM

Rt. 102, 1414 Tremont Road, Tremont

America’s premier collection of “Brass Era” automobiles. Car enthusiasts, as well as those who simply enjoy stories from the past, will delight in the beauty, mystery and romance of this unique museum. (207) 244-9242 sealcoveautomuseum.org

Sieur de MontS SpringS nature Center Located in Acadia National Park off Rt. 3

Explore the plant and animal life of the park. Discover how its diverse resources are managed by park scientists. (207) 288-3338 nps.gov

SoMeSville HiStoriCal MuSeuM and gardenS Route 102, Somesville

New exhibits featuring Island history are installed each summer. The Selectmen’s building, picturesque bridge and the heirloom garden are in the center of the village. Tues-Sat, 1-4 or by appointment. (207) 276-9323 mdihistory.org

SoutHweSt Harbor HiStoriCal SoCiety Harbor House, Southwest Harbor

Dedicated to preserving the history of Southwest Harbor through publications, displays and monthly programs which are held at Harbor House on the third Wednesday, May through October at 7 P.M. swhhs.org

SwanS iSland lobSter & Marine MuSeuM Swans Island

Ship models, photos, equipment, and stories represent two centuries of Maine commercial fishing and the lobster industry. (207) 526-4423 swansisland.org/lobstermuseum

treMont HiStoriCal SoCiety and Country Store MuSeuM

4 Granville Road, Bass Harbor (Across from C. H. Rich Seafood)

A 19th Century Country Store, with displays of local, historic artifacts and photographs; genealogical material available. Research room open by appointment. Open 1-4, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, July to Columbus Day, or call for appointment. (207) 244-9753 tremontmainehistory.us

wendell gilley MuSeuM Southwest Harbor

Discover where art and nature meet in Maine. The Gilley Museum’s diverse collection of over 200 bird carvings, touring art exhibits, and hands-on programs delight visitors of all ages. Carving workshops available throughout the year. Open year round; call for hours. (207) 244-7555 wendellgilleymuseum.org

williaM otiS Sawtelle ColleCtionS and reSearCH Center

Collections pertaining to the Cranberry Isles and Acadia National Park. (207) 288-5463

nps.gov

Check out the Calendar of Events starting on page 50 for some of the unique offerings at some of the museums, not to mention all of what is going on in the area! www.visitnortheastharbor.com

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WorshiP services congrEgational

Baptist

Congregational Church of Cranberry Island

Cornerstone Baptist Church

• Sunday Worship: 10:30 through Sept. 16 • (207) 244-9698 (Parsonage)

Islesford Congregational Church

Route 102, West Tremont • Sunday Worship Service: 10:45 am • June - November: Additional Service at Olsen Chapel, 176 Harbor Drive, Bass Harbor - 8:30am • (207) 244-1018

• Sunday Worship Service: Afternoon • (207) 244-9698 (Parsonage)

Episcopal

29 High Road, Southwest Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 am • (207) 244-4300

• Sunday Morning Worship: 8 am 6/11-9/10 • (207) 244-3229

UnitEd chUrch of christ

20 South Shore Road, Northeast Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: • 8 am/10 am-July & August • 9 am-Through End of June and September through Columbus Day • (207) 276-5588

Saint Andrew By-the-Lake SWH Congregational Church, CCCC 1358 Tremont Road, Seal Cove

Seaside, UCC Abbe Chapel 8 Main Street, Seal Harbor • Through June 2018 • Adult Faith Worship: 8:30 am • Sunday Worship: 10 am • (207) 276-5521 Union Church 21 Summit Road, Northeast Harbor • July through December 2018 • Sunday Worship: 10 am • (207) 276-5521

Somesville Union Meeting House, UCC Main St., Somesville • Sunday Worship: 10:30 am • (207) 244-9260

anglican St. Brenden’s

Olsen Chapel, 176 Harbor Dr., Bass Harbor • Sunday Worship: 11 am • Year Round • (207) 460-7722 Pastor Clayton Gilley 58 - Northeast Harbor Port Directory

Saint Mary’s By-the-Sea

Saint John the Divine

315 Main Street, Southwest Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: 10 am 6/11-9/10 • 9 am through 6/4 and starting again 9/17 • (207) 244-3229

Saint Jude

Peabody Dr., Seal Harbor (July & August) • Sunday Morning Service: 10 am • (207) 276-5588

catholic St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church 8 Lookout Way, Northeast Harbor • Summer Vigil Mass: Sat. 6 pm • (207) 288-3535

St. Peter’s Catholic Church 5 Ocean House Hill Road, Manset • July–Oct. Mass: Sun. 8 am • Nov.–June Mass: Sat. 4 pm • (207) 288-3535

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index to advertisers The “Index” portion is to cross-reference the businesses and services as much as possible so that you can easily and conveniently locate the desired information. If the business or service has a display ad in this directory, the page number of such ad is shown. If the business is a member of the Mount Desert Chamber of Commerce, the listing will be bold. Those with listings and ads in the companion, “Southwest Harbor & Tremont Port Directory” are also in this Index with the telephone number shown. IBC - Inside Back Cover; IFC - Inside Front Cover

All Area Codes are 207 unless otherwise specified. ACCOMMODATIONS

AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION

Ann’s Point Cottages .................244-5425 ....... 49 Café Drydock & Inn .................244-5842 Cranberry Hill Inn ....................244-5007 Colonel’s Suites ....................... 276-5147 .........4 Dockside Inn..............................244-7784 ....... 48 HarborView Motel & Cottages . 244-5031 Hutchins Cottages .....................244-9687 Kimball Terrace Inn .........800-454-6225 ....... 47 Kingsleigh Inn............................244-5302 Penury Hall ................................ 244-7102

At Your Service Tours & Car Service ....................... 288-9222 .......44 Hertz Car Rental.........................667-5017 ....... 20

APARTMENTS Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 HarborView Motel. .................... 244-5031

ARCHITECT Spurling Design ......................... 244-7408

ART

Argosy Gallery ............................288-9226 ........16 Acadia Air Tours ........................ 667-7627 ....... 43 Clark Point Gallery ....................244-0920 ........16 Island Artisans ...........................288-4234 ........16 At Your Service Tours & Car Service ....................... 288-9222 .......44 Katahdin Photo Gallery.............288-9385 ........16 Atlantic Brewery ........................288-2337 ....... 59 Shaw Jewelry............................276-5000 ....... 15 Smart Studio ...........................276-5152 ....... 16 Bar Harbor Cellars Winery .......288-3907 ATMS FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ................................ 801-8292..........14 First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 .......20 National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 ....... 41 BAKERY MDI Community Sailing Center ..244-7905 Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .........4 Oli’s Trolley ............................ 288-9899 ..Cover Seal Cove Auto Museum ......... 244-9242 .......42 BANKING Southwest Cycle .........................244-5856 ........61 Bar Harbor Bank & Trust . 888-853-7100 .......63 Tremont Historical Society ........244-9753 ....... 45 First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 .......20 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 .......55 BAR/PUB Islesford Dock Restaurant ......... 244-7494 ......... 6 AERIAL TOURS

ACTIVITIES

Acadia Air Tours ........................ 667-7627 ....... 43

... and when you’re at the brewery, make sure you grab lunch at our world famous brewery restaurant

15 Knox Road, Bar Harbor (207) 288-2337 atlanticbrewing.com www.visitnortheastharbor.com

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BARGE SERVICE

CHILDREN’S CLOTHING

Acadia Fuel ................................244-9664 ......... 1 Sweet Pea................................ 266-8980 ....... 12 Prock Marine..............................594-9565 ........24 CIVIL ENGINEERS Southwest Boat ..........................244-5525 G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 ....... 19

BED & BREAKFAST

Cranberry Hill Inn ....................244-5007

Kingsleigh Inn..............................244-5302 Penury Hall ..................................244-7102

CLOTHING BOUTIQUE The Kimball Shop ...................276-3300 ....... 12

CONSERVATION

BEER

Friends of Acadia .............. 800-625-0321 ....... 21

Atlantic Brewery ........................288-2337 ....... 59 House Wine ........................... 288-1200 .......20 Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788 Sawyer’s Specialties .....................244-3317 ......... 9

Ann’s Point Cottages .................244-5425 ....... 49 HarborView Motel & Cottages . 244-5031 Hutchins Cottages .....................244-9687

BIKE RENTALS

CRANE SERVICE

COTTAGE RENTALS

Southwest Cycle .........................244-5856 ........61 Prock Marine Company .............594-9565 ........24

BOAT RENTALS/CHARTERS Asticou Chartering ..................276-3785 .......40 Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry ..244-3575 ....... 35 Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......25 Sail Acadia ...............................266-5210 .......42

CRUISES Asticou Chartering .................276-3785 .......40 Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC Sail Acadia ...............................266-5210 .......42

CUSTOM FURNITURE

BOAT BUILDING/DESIGN/SALES

Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 ........11 Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......25 DAY SPA Hinckley Company ........866-HINCKLEY ..... IFC Carisa’s Salon.............................288-9444 ........19 John Williams Boat Co. .......... 244-7854 ....... 27

BOAT SERVICE

DEEP SEA FISHING

Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......25 Hinckley Service ........................ 244-5531 ..... IFC DELI John Williams Boat Co. .......... 244-7854 ....... 27 Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .........4

BROKERAGE – MARINE Newman Marine Brokerage .......244-5560

DENTAL

Sweet Smiles ................................479-4110 ........18

BROKERAGE – REAL ESTATE

DIESEL FUEL

CATERING

ENGINEERS

CHEESE

ENTERTAINMENT

Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 .......49 Acadia Fuel ................................244-9664 ......... 1 Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina....244-0117 Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 The Knowles Company ............276-3322 ....... 47 DINING – FINE Asticou Inn .............................276-3344 .......33 CANOE RENTALS National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 ....... 41 Burning Tree Restaurant ........ 288-9331 .........7 Galyn’s .......................................288-9706 ......... 3 CASUAL DINING Havana .......................................288-2822 ......... 4 Abel’s Lobster Pound ...............276-5827 .........5 Red Sky Restaurant.................... 244-0476 ......... 8 Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 ....... 10 DOCK SPACE Quietside Cafe ...........................244-9444 Tan Turtle Tavern....................276-4000 .........7 Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina....244-0117 Thurston’s Lobster Pound .........244-3320 ......... 8 Northeast Harbor Marina ..........276-5737 Sips .............................................244-4550 ......... 9 G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 ....... 19 House Wine ........................... 288-1200 .......20 Acadia Repertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 ...... 41 Sawyer’s Specialties .....................244-3317 ......... 9 FAMILY FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES Acadia Air Tours ........................ 667-7627 ....... 43

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FERRY SERVICE Bar Harbor Ferry.................... 288-2984 .... IBC Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry ..244-3575 ....... 35 Cranberry Cove Ferry ............. 244-5882 .... IBC Swan’s Island Ferry Terminal ....526-4273

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Cranberry Hill Inn ....................244-5007 Dockside Inn..............................244-7784 ....... 48 HarborView Motel ..................... 244-5031 Kimball Terrace Inn .........800-454-6225 ....... 47 Kingsleigh Inn............................244-5302 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..276-3958 .........7

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust . 888-853-7100 .......63 HOT STONE THERAPY First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 .......20 Classic Massage .......................... 266-6374 ........17 LSRobinson Co. ........................244-7246 ....... 20 ICE Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina....244-0117 Lisa Hall Studio .......................276-5900 ....... 13 Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788 Shaw Jewelry............................276-5000 ....... 15 ICE CREAM

FINE JEWELRY FUEL – BOAT

Quietside Cafe ...........................244-9444 Acadia Fuel ................................244-9664 ......... 1 INSURANCE Hinckley Service ........................ 244-5531 ..... IFC LSRobinson Co. ........................244-7246 ....... 20

FUEL — HOME

INTERNATIONAL CUISINE

Acadia Fuel & Propane .............244-9664 ......... 1 Havana .......................................288-2822 ......... 4 FURNITURE XYZ Restaurant .......................... 244-5221 ......... 9 Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 ........11 KAYAK RENTALS

GALLERIES

National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 ....... 41 Shaw Jewelry............................276-5000 ....... 15 LAND FOR SALE See Art Galleries ............................................... 4 Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 .......49 GENERAL CONTRACTORS Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 Prock Marine Company .............594-9565 .......24 LAND USE CONSULTANTS

GIFTS

Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 ....... 18 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ............................. 801-8292..........14 The Kimball Shop ...................276-3300 ....... 12 Lisa Hall Studio .......................276-5900 ....... 13 Shaw Jewelry............................276-5000 ....... 15 Seal Cove Auto Museum ......... 244-9242 .......42 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 .......55

G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 ....... 19

LIQUOR Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788

LOANS Bar Harbor Bank & Trust .. 888-853-7100 .......63

LOBSTER

Most of the restaurants offer lobster selections — call for specific requests. Abel’s Lobsster Pound .............276-5827 .........5 GLUTEN-FREE DINING Galyn’s ......................................288-9706 ......... 3 Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 ....... 10 Lobster 244-7600 7:36 ......... 8PM SW Cycle 2014Pound red ......... 4/24/14 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..276-3958 .........7 Thurston’s

GROCERY Great Cranberry General Store .244-0622 ........14

HAIR SALON Carisa’s Salon.............................288-9444 ........19

HEALTH CARE Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 ....... 18 Maine Coast Memorial Hospital..664-5337 ........18 Mount Desert Island Hospital .... 288-5081 ........21 Southwest Harbor Medical Ctr. .. 244-5513 ........18 Sweet Smiles ................................479-4110 ........18

HOTEL/INN Asticou Inn ............................ 244-3344 .......33 Café Drydock & Inn .................244-5842

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service - sales - rentals 370 Main Street • Southwest Harbor

244-5856

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LODGING Ann’s Point Cottages .................244-5425 ....... 49 Asticou Inn .............................276-3344 .......33 Café Drydock & Inn .................244-5842 Cranberry Hill Inn ....................244-5007 Dockside Inn..............................244-7784 ....... 48 HarborView Motel & Cottages . 244-5031 Hutchins Cottages .....................244-9687 Kimball Terrace Inn ........ 800-454-6225 ....... 47 Penury Hall ................................ 244-7102

MEDICAL Mount Desert Island Hospital.... 288-5081 ........21 Southwest Harbor Medical Ctr. .. 244-5513 ........18 Sweet Smiles................................479-4110 ........18

MEXICAN FOOD XYZ Restaurant.......................... 244-5221 ......... 9

MOORING RENTALS

Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina....244-0117 Hinckley Service ........................ 244-5531 ..... IFC John Williams Boat Co. .......... 244-7854 ....... 27 LOUNGES Galyn’s ......................................288-9706 ......... 3 Southwest Boat ..........................244-5525 Tan Turtle Tavern....................276-4000 .........7 MORTGAGE Bar Harbor Bank & Trust .. 888-853-7100 .......63 MAILBOAT Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry.. 244-3575 ....... 35 First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 .......20

MAINE – MADE

MUSEUMS

Lisa Hall Studio .......................276-5900 ....... 13 Seal Cove Auto Museum ......... 244-9242 .......42 Tremont Historical Society ........244-9753 .......45 Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 .......55 MANICURE/PEDICURE For more Museums......................................... 55 Carisa’s Salon.............................288-9444 ........19

MARINE CONTRACTOR Prock Marine..............................594-9565 ........24

MASSAGE THERAPY Classic Massage .......................... 266-6374 ........17

NOTARY PUBLIC

MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ....... 63

ORGANIC CUISINE Burning Tree Restaurant ........ 288-9331 .........7

OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......25

The The beauty beauty of of the the Azalea Azalea Garden Garden changes changes and and evolves evolves throughout throughout the the year. A flowering cherry tree heralds the start of the season in mid-May, followed by azaleas and rhododendrons in many hues in late May through June. July blooms include Japanese iris, smoke bush, rosebay rhododendron, and the fragrant sweet azalea. August is quiet and serene, accented by blooming water lilies, and in September and October the garden glows with the colors of autumn. 62 - Northeast Harbor Port Directory

The Thuya Garden and surrounding land is a wonderful blend of semiformal English border beds and indigenous eastern Maine woodlands situated on a granite hillside overlooking Northeast Harbor. Visitors by sea can tie up at Asticou Terraces Landing and walk up the 1/4– mile Asticou Terrace Trail to the garden and lodge, passing the Joseph H. Curtis Memorial and enjoying the views from several lookouts along the way. Parking is available at the landing and at the top of Thuya Drive.

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OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 ....... 41 Sail Acadia...............................266-5210 .......42 Southwest Cycle.........................244-5856 ........61

OUTDOOR DINING Abel’s Lobster Pound...............276-5827 .........5 Havana .......................................288-2822 ......... 4 Tan Turtle Tavern....................276-4000 .........7 XYZ Restaurant.......................... 244-5221 ......... 9

OUTDOOR FURNITURE Richard Parks Furniture Gallery.. 667-3615 ........11

PHARMACIES Carroll Drug Store.................. 244-5588 ....... 18

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

RESTAURANTS Abel’s Lobster Pound...............276-5827 .........5 Asticou Inn .............................276-3344 .......33 Beal’s Lobster Pier.................. 244-3202 ....... 10 Burning Tree Restaurant ........ 288-9331 .........7 Café Drydock & Inn .................244-5842 Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .........4 Galyn’s ......................................288-9706 ......... 3 Havana .......................................288-2822 ......... 4 Islesford Dock Restaurant ......... 244-7494 ......... 6 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..276-3958 .........7 Mainly Meat BBQ......................288-9200 ......... 5 Peekytoe Provisions.....................801-9161 ........13 Quietside Cafe ...........................244-9444 Red Sky Restaurant.................... 244-0476 ......... 8 Sips.............................................244-4550 ......... 9 Tan Turtle Tavern....................276-4000 .........7 Thurston’s Lobster Pound ......... 244-7600 ......... 8 XYZ Restaurant.......................... 244-5221 ......... 9

G. F. Johnston & Associates.... 244-1200 ....... 19 LSRobinson ...............................244-7246 ....... 20 MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ....... 63 RESTORATION – BOAT Newman Marine Brokerage.......244-5560 Hinckley Company ........866-HINCKLEY ..... IFC Spurling Design ......................... 244-7408

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

SAILING

Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 .......49 MDI Community Sailing Center ..244-7905 The Knowles Company............276-3322 ....... 47 SAILING TRIPS

PROPANE

Downeast Windjammer.............288-4585 .....IBC Acadia Fuel & Propane .............244-9664 ......... 1 Sail Acadia...............................266-5210 .......42

SANDWICHES/PIZZA/SUBS

REAL ESTATE Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 .......49 Davis Agency Real Estate........... 244-3891 The Knowles Company............276-3322 ....... 47 Spurling Design ......................... 244-7408

Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .........4 Great Cranberry General Store.244-0622 ........14

RENTAL CARS

SEAFOOD

SEA KAYAK RENTALS National Park Canoe Rental ... 244-5854 ....... 41

Hertz Car Rental.........................667-5017 ....... 20 Burning Tree Restaurant ........ 288-9331 .........7 Islesford Dock Restaurant ......... 244-7494 ......... 6 RENTALS – VACATION Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 .......49 Peekytoe Provisions.....................801-9161 ........13 Thurston’s Lobster Pound ......... 244-7600 ......... 8 Davis Agency Real Estate........... 244-3891 The Knowles Company............276-3322 ....... 47

MDI WEDDINGS

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SHOPS

THEATRE

Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 ....... 18 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ............................. 801-8292..........14 Great Cranberry General Store .244-0622 ........14 The Kimball Shop ...................276-3300 ....... 12 Sweet Pea................................ 266-8980 ....... 12 Peekytoe Provisions .....................801-9161 ........13 Southwest Cycle .........................244-5856 ........61

Acadia Repertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 ....... 41

THEREAPEUTIC MASSAGE Classic Massage .......................... 266-6374 ........17

TRANSPORTATION Hertz Car Rental.........................667-5017 ....... 20

TOURS

At Your Service Tours & Car Service .................... 288-9222 .......44 Atlantic Brewing ........................288-2337 ......... 3 Acadia Repertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 ....... 41 Oli’s Trolley ............................ 288-9899 ..Cover

SHOWS

SIGHTSEEING

Acadia Air Tours ........................ 667-7627 ....... 43 Asticou Chartering ..................276-3785 .......40 Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC Oli’s Trolley ............................ 288-9899 ..Cover

TOYS Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 ....... 18 The Kimball Shop ...................276-3300 ....... 12 Sweet Pea................................ 266-8980 ....... 12

SPA TREATMENTS

TRAILERS – BOAT

SPECIALTY FOODS

WEDDING OFFICIANT

Classic Massage ..................................266-6374..........17 Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......25 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ................................ 801-8292..........14 House Wine ........................... 288-1200 .......20 Peekytoe Provisions .....................801-9161 ........13

MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ....... 63

WEDDING PLANNER MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ....... 63

WICKER

STORAGE – BOATS

Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 ........11 Hinckley Service ........................ 244-5531 ..... IFC WILDLIFE WATCHING John Williams Boat Co ........... 244-7854 ....... 27 Asticou Chartering ..................276-3785 .......40 Southwest Boat ..........................244-5525 Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry ..244-3575 ....... 35

TAKE–OUT

WINE

Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .........4 Great Cranberry General Store .244-0622 ........14 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..276-3958 .........7 Quietside Cafe ...........................244-9444 Sips .............................................244-4550 ......... 9

Bar Harbor Cellars Winery .......288-5907 ......... 3 House Wine ........................... 288-1200 .......20 Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788 Sawyer’s Specialties .....................244-3317 ......... 9

TANNING

At Your Service Tours & Car Service .................... 288-9222 .......44

Carisa’s Salon.............................288-9444 ........19

YACHT SERVICES

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Northeast Harbor Port Directory 2018  

Includes: -Seal Harbor -Mount Desert -Acadia National Park

Northeast Harbor Port Directory 2018  

Includes: -Seal Harbor -Mount Desert -Acadia National Park