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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 visitors and residents alike. 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. Our sincere wish is that you enjoy your time on Mount Desert Island, and thank you for reading the Northeast Harbor Port Directory. On a personal note, there are so many people who have guided me into this business in one way or another. I have to thank Frank Matter, who hired me over 30 years ago to work at Acadia Publishing Company, working on Acadia Weekly as well as other publications. The knowledge I gained about the dynamics of publications on Mount Desert Island and learning that I actually DID have a creative bone in my body have helped make me the person I am today. I am so thankful to both Bruce Kosmusin and Wes Shaw, who have both passed. Bruce designed a new map for the Cranberry Isles; and Wes not only owned the Port Directories for years, but also the MDI Business Location Maps, which he sold to me five years ago. I am deeply indebted to each of these people.

Christina G. Boucher, Publisher

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Post Office Box 55 Mount Desert, Maine 04660

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Northeast Harbor Port Directory – Volume XXXII ©2019. 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:

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Full Island Map: Bayside Graphics

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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!); Doreen Willett, Director of Island Connections; Gordon Beck, a member of the Town of Mount Desert Sustainability Committee; Acadia National Park Service; and the following Chambers of Commerce: Southwest Harbor & Tremont, Mount Desert, and Bar Harbor.

Cover Photo: © Melissa Herrick. Sailboats are a common sight around Mount Desert Island! And why not? Rugged coastline, adventure, captivating wildlife, and quiet, peaceful hidden coves — a great way to experience Maine this summer! www.visitnortheastharbor.com


Table of Contents Be Sure To LeT our AdverTiSerS Know ThAT You Found Their Ad in The norTheAST hArBor PorT direcTorY!

5– 11 – 16 – 17 – 25 – 28 – 30 – 32 – 38 – 41 – 47 – 50 – 53 – 58 – 59 –

Personal services local shoPs art Galleries area DininG Marine & harbor inforMation northeast harbor tiDe chart Mount Desert chaMber of coMMerce area MaPs 2019 cruise shiP scheDule thinGs to see anD Do Places to stay MuseuMs of MDi calenDar of events WorshiP services

Articles: Wine is Made in Maine? ............ 4 Local Hands Reaching Out: Island Connections............... 12 Featured Hike — Norumbega Mountain ......... 42 Going Green on MDI................ 48

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Wine is Made in Maine? This article was written by Dawn Lamendola, owner of House Wine in Bar Harbor. Dawn attended College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor with a focus on sustainable agriculture and ended up at the University of Iowa studying Political Science. Most of her years after college were spent in the wine industry working as a sommelier in New York and Boston as well as at the Windows on the World Wine School in NYC. In 2009 Dawn returned to Bar Harbor to open House Wine. Dawn lives in Bar Harbor with her husband Josh who teaches photography at COA, son Griffin, an imaginative third grader at Conners Emerson School, and their crazy silver lab.

While Maine may not seem like the most likely region for wine production with our cold winters and short growing season, there are some 25+ wineries making wine in the state. Maine wines have been made from honey, European “Vitis vinifera” grapes, American “Vitis labrusca” grapes, cold resistant hybrid grapes and myriad other fruits and combinations of all of the above. Apples, pears, blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, peaches, blackberries, elderflower and rhubarb have all been turned into Maine wine. In addition, some wineries bring Complete Wash-Dry-Fold Services with delivery (drop off and pick up) in grapes or pressed juice from Residential and commercial other wine producing regions Ironing Services and make the wines in their own clothing and flat works ironing Maine wineries. Dry Cleaning with delivery (drop off and pick up) Rental Management - online residential rentals (AIRBNB, HomeAway, VRBO etc.) Property Management • Residential Cleaning Rental Cleaning • Commercial Cleaning Marine Cleaning • Professional Carpet Cleaning Professional Hard Floor cleaning includes VCT stripping & waxing, stone floors, ceramic floors, vinyl floors and more! Professional upholstery cleaning Professional Mattress steam cleaning

Maine wines suffer from the common misconception that wines made from fruit other than grapes Cont’d. on page 7

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A selection of Maine wines at House Wine.

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Heating

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Eric Norberg, Registered Pharmacist

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must all be quite sweet. However, these fruit wines can be anywhere from very dry to dessert wine sweet, semi-dry, sparkling and everything in between. I have tasted blueberry wines that could be mistaken for merlot and pear wines that are a dead ringer for a deliciously crisp sauvignon blanc. At House Wine shop in Bar Harbor, we field the most questions about blueberry wines. It is said that it takes about 5 gallons of wild Maine blueberries to make a single bottle of wine. Wild Maine blueberries are low bush blueberries that grow throughout the state and most prolifically in the Downeast region – with Cherryfield, Maine recognized as the Wild Blueberry Capital of the World. Due to the amount of skin to juice ratio, these tiny berries are capable of producing dark wines with deep tannic structure. When fermentation is stopped early on, a sweeter wine is produced. Maine growers know that the key to quality wine making is experimenting to find which grapes (if any) do best in their area. In some parts of the state, wineries are experimenting with growing some European varietals (“Vitis vinivera”), finding the interior region better for ripening these grapes than the foggy coastal areas. However, the Maine soil and climate are not very conducive to growing and fully ripening these kinds of grapes. Many wineries are having success growing and producing wines from cold weather hardy hybrid grape varietals such as Marquette, Frontenac, La Crosse www.visitnortheastharbor.com

Trial vineyard at Sweet Pea Cafe/Bar Harbor Cellars Winery. These grapes are not ready for wine production at this time.

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and Leon Mallot. These hybrids are said to combine the flavor profiles of the “Vitis vinifera” wine grapes with the hardiness of often sweeter American “Vitis labrusca” varietals. While they have their own distinctive flavors, they are typically found to produce wines with lively acidity, making them great food pairing wines. Many Maine wineries have tasting rooms open to the public for wine tastings and tours. Check out the Maine Wine Trail and Maine Winery Guild at www.mainewinetrail.com for a map and list of many participating wineries. While you’re here, consider The tasting Room at Bar Harbor Cellars. a visit to Bar Harbor Cellars, Mount Desert Island’s only winery. If you don’t make it to a winery to experience Maine wine, make sure to find a retailer that knows their products and can answer your specific questions about taste and sweetness, to find wines best suited to your personal taste.

Local Libraries Northeast Harbor ....... 276-3333 Seal Harbor .................... 276-5306

Car Rental Located at the Hancock County - Bar Harbor Airport

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Somesville ...................... 244-7404 Southwest Harbor ...... 244-7065 Bass Harbor .................... 244-3798 Jesup (Bar Harbor) ..... 288-4245

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Scarlet Ramsdell

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Maine State Song Does YOUR state have a state song? Most likely it does, unless you’re from New Jersey - don’t ask ME why , but it’s the only state without a state song. Then there are other states who more than make up for that with three or MORE state songs. In Maine, however, we have just one. And many a fourth grader learns this song in a unit about our state. The words are (and I confess, I sang them as I typed!): Grand State of Maine, Proudly we sing To tell your glories to the land, To shout your praises til the echoes ring Should fate unkind Send us to roam, The scent of the fragrant pines, the tang of the salty sea Will call us Home

Chorus: Oh, Pine Tree State, Your woods, fields and hills, Your lakes streams and rock bound coast Will ever fill our hearts with thrills. And tho’ we seek far and wide Our search will be in vain. To find a fairer spot on earth Than Maine! Maine! Maine!

Words and music by Roger Vinton Snow. Adopted as state song March 30, 1937

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Local Shops Children’s Clothes? Custom Jewelry? Craft and Quilting Supplies? Fine Foods and Wine? We have that and so much more! Whether it’s for you a friend or family member or even the pet-sitter ... We’ve got it covered here on MDI ! Look for the extensive index of advertisers starting on page 59 to find just the right business to meet your needs! ,

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Local Hands Reaching Out This is the thirteenth year that the Port Directories have put a spotlight on a local organization that “reaches out” - be it reaching around the world or around the corner. Last year we focused on an organization that works with our local children - this year to the opposite end (for the most part) of the age spectrum! All photos in this article are used by permission of Island Connections.

Island Connections began in 1997 as the result of an informal needs assessment performed by The Mount Desert Island Senior Task Force which consisted of multiple agencies and organizations interested in addressing the unmet needs of the underserved and senior populations. A $25,000 Faith in Action seed grant was awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to establish the Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers project for seniors and people with disabilities (be it temporary or permanent), on Mount Desert Island. Volunteers were recruited from area faith congregations to provide basic needs such as transportation, grocery shopping and other services.

Bar Harbor Rockland Freeport Brunswick Lewiston Brewer

SWEET PEA CONFECTIONARY CHILDREN’S BOUTIQUE 5 Sea Street, Northeast Harbor, Maine

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We are coming up on 22 years of service in the community and transportation remains our top priority. The people we serve we consider our neighbors. We offer free transportation service to those needing transportation to scheduled medical appointments including: Regular volunteers deliver chemotherapy, radiation treatments, Meals on Wheels. dialysis treatments, out-patient surgery, mental and physical therapy, dental, and eye appointments, as well as rides for grocery shopping, banking visits, exercise classes and other various trips. Our transportation service area includes all of MDI, Ellsworth, and as far as Blue Hill, Brewer and Bangor. Additionally, we work with the Mount Desert Island/Ellsworth Housing Authority to deliver meals to island neighbors in need. Island Connections is considered to be the “wheels� for the Meals on Wheels program on Mount Desert Island. Island Connections also owns and operates a wheelchair accessible van for those neighbors with mobility issues. All rides are provided with door to door service by our volunteers using their own resources such as vehicle, fuel and time. While we can have as many as 100 registered volunteers, we typically have between 50-75 active drivers at any given time. Between transport of our neighbors to their needed appointments and meal deliveries, we provide between 250 to more than 400 rides per month. In 2017, our yearly ride total was 3,654 rides, including meal deliveries of

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up to 13,000 meals. In 2018, we saw a substantial increase in the number of neighbors we support and the ride total rose to 4,628 including meal deliveries above 14,000 meals. This significant increase resulted in a 28.5% increase in services delivered in one year. We expect that increase to be the “norm” going forward. As we look to the future, we are very excited about recently acquiring a sevenpassenger van through the generous donation from the Cough Family which will be used for a new program to transport several neighbors at a time to the grocery store on a weekly basis. We are working through other program ideas for the van that will include weekly drives to Walmart and various local social events to include Trish Nolan from The Bayview and Open Table MDI, a weekly community Doreen Willett, Executive Director meal in Bar Harbor; in the winter months with the newly donated van. from November to April to the MDI Coffee House, a collaboration between Island Connections and the YWCA MDI; and the Senior Movie Matinee at Reel Pizza in Bar Harbor which has been a long time collaboration for Island Connections providing a weekly discounted movie to older adults. We are very excited to see where this takes us and our neighbors! While we recognize the speed at which older people are requiring more services, it is always critical for us to maintain and recruit volunteers who are passionate about our mission. In 2018, a new recruitment program was developed, fittingly named Joy Riding Sustainable with Island Connections. The joy is found during a ride when connections are made between our volunteers and PROVISIONS neighbors. Many bonds and friendships Homemade Soups, Sandwiches are fostered, producing meaningful & more! • eat-In or take-out lasting connections. This program has Maine Specialty Foods proven to be a successful tool for recruitment purposes and it allows us to 244 Main st • bar harbor • 207-801-9161

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collaborate with local libraries and churches to utilize their spaces for such an event. Many of the neighbors we serve are living independently in their own homes without family or friends living nearby. You can certainly say that the rides are a means to give the neighbor the opportunity to not only get transportation to their appointments but to allow precious time for engagement with another member of their community. This is a vital consequence of our transportation service that can help alleviate isolation. Our Annual Popover Event (held in May) at the Jordan Pond House, is hosted by our friends at Dawnland. This event has been running for many years. We invite about 100 neighbors from MDI and the surrounding islands as well as volunteers to have those delectable delights (the famous popovers) along with tea in beautiful Acadia National Park. The morning seating consists mainly of our neighbors who look forward to this event all year long and the afternoon seating is for our volunteers. At the volunteer seating we announce and award our Volunteer of the Year the David P. Evans Memorial Award for their outstanding Third Annual Driving for dedication and service on behalf of our neighbors. Rides Golf Tournament at Kebo Valley Golf Club. Our other annual events include our Chowder Chowdown for Rides, Driving for Rides Golf Tournament, Dine-Around Day, Running for Rides Mary Parker Memorial 5K Race and Holiday Raffle. Island Connections is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization and exists through the generosity of individual donors, business partners, annual fundraising events, town appropriations and foundation grants. All proceeds are used for the sole purpose of facilitating the services that our dedicated volunteers provide. Our goal is to provide this service for generations to come. If you would like to learn more about Island Connections to volunteer or donate, please call us at (207) 288-4457 or visit our website at www.islconnections.org and/or visit us on Facebook. Our Mission: Island Connections provides free transportation and other services to seniors and people with disabilities from Mount Desert Island and the surrounding islands to enhance their independence and quality of life by utilizing our core group of dedicated volunteers. www.visitnortheastharbor.com

GREAT CRANBERRY ISLAND GENERAL STORE & SEAWICH CAFÉ

207.244.0622 • Ice • Beer • Wine • Soft Serve Ice Cream • Baked Goods • Grocery & So Much More Just off the ferry on Great Cranberrry!

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Art Galleries FINE CRAFTS, LOCALLY MADE

SMART STUDIO

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

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

shaw jewelry

Local Scenic & Sports Photography

207-276-5000

Lucite, Pewter and Bronze Sculptures

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

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

www.TheStadiumBH.com

68 Main Street Bar Harbor 207•801•9477

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

207-288-9226

It used to be that when I thought of “art” I thought only of paintings. And maybe sculptures. Come to find out, ART is so much more! Yes, art IS painting and sculptures ... but that’s not all! It might be fiber works (think of knitting and crochet); jewelry making (sea glass, precious stones, metal work); note cards with pen and ink drawings; You name it, and it is covered on this art-laden island! Enjoy these galleries/shops along with others you may find in your travels. Just find something you LOVE! 16 - Northeast Harbor Port Directory

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Area Dining We hope you’ll enjoy one, t wo ... or even more of the restaurants found in this Port Directory! Be sure to let them know where you heard about them! And if you want to do your own cooking, try some of the delicious recipes in the following pages!

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Slow Cooker Pot roaSt 3-4 pound pot roast (chuck or round) Onion powder Garlic powder Thyme Black pepper

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1 can Campbell’s condensed Cream of Mushroom soup 1 tbsp each unsalted butter and olive oil 1 onion, sliced thin 1-1 1/2 cups of fresh mushrooms, sliced 1/4 cup cooking sherry

Sear the pot roast over MEDIUM heat in a good-sized frying pan--start with the fattiest side down and brown all surfaces. While searing, add 2-3 shakes of onion powder, garlic powder, thyme and black pepper. When all surfaces are browned, remove roast with tongs and place in bottom of slow cooker; pour Cream of Mushroom soup over it.. Keep frying pan hot; add unsalted butter and olive oil, melt. Add sliced onion and mushroom to frying pan and saute quickly, distributing all throughout the pan. When mushrooms are browned (about 2 minutes), add about 1/4 cup of cooking sherry. Keep sauteing and scrape with spoon or spatula to deglaze the browned bits from the pan into the liquid. When pan surface is cleared (about 1 minute), pour the mixture from the frying pan over the soup and meat in the slow cooker. No need to stir. Cook on LOW setting for 8-10 hours. When cooked, egg noodles or potatoes are a good side dish to take up the mushrooms and sauce. Thicken sauce if desired. Nessa Reifsnyder, Fabricate

The The Burning Tree GOURMET SEAFOOD • VEGETARIAN SPECIALTIES Only fresh, local Seafood • Organic Produce th Owner Chefs

We will Open for the Season Wednesday, June 15 .

Serving ClosedTuesdays Tuesdays Serving Dinner Dinner 55 -• 10pm 10 pm.•Closed Reservations Recommended Recommended •• 288-9331 288-9331 Reservations

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Seaside Deli & Sweets Take-out, Eat In or Catering

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Fiore BraiSed red BreakFaSt CaSSerole 1 quart egg substitute (like Eggbeaters) aPPle CaBBage 1 red cabbage (2 to 2 1/2 lbs.) quartered, cored,cut into thin strips 2 Tbsp. FIORE Blood Orange Olive Oil 1 small onion, thinly sliced 2 tart apples (Braeburn or Granny Smith) peeled, cored, sliced About 1/3 cup FIORE Gala Apple Balsamic Vinegar 1/4 tsp. ground allspice Salt & Freshly ground pepper to taste Prepare the cabbage, and cover with cold water while you prepare the remaining ingredients. Heat the oil over medium heat in a large, lidded skillet or casserole, and add the onion. Cook, stirring, until just about tender, about three minutes. Add 2 Tbsp. of the balsamic and cook, stirring, until mixture is golden, about three minutes, then add the apples and stir for two to three minutes.

1 cup Greek yogurt (I prefer Cabot) 10-12 oz. fresh broccoli, cut in small pieces 8 oz. shredded cheese 1/2 tsp. pepper optional: sliced grape tomatoes; smoked paprika Cook the broccoli for about 2 minutes in a microwave safe container. Whisk the yogurt and just a bit of the egg substitute until it is nice and smooth. Then add the remaining egg. Add in the cheese, broccoli and pepper.Spray 9x13 pan with oil (preferably a non-aerosol spray). Pour the ingredients into the pan. Add tomatoes and smoked paprika on the top, if using. Bake at 400˚ for about 35-40 minutes. Let it rest for 5-10 minutes. Christina Boucher, Bayside Graphics 13 ABEL’S LANE, MOUNT DESERT ISLAND, MAINE

Drain the cabbage and add to pot. Toss to coat thoroughly, stir in allspice, another 2 Tbsp. balsamic, and salt to taste. Toss together. Cover pot, cook over low heat for one hour, stirring from time to time. Add pepper, taste and adjust salt, add another tablespoon or two of balsamic as desired. Nancy O’Brien, FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars

Some things are timeless. SINCE 1939 LUNCH & DINNER, INSIDE OR OUT ON THE SHORES OF SOMES SOUND

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

(207) 276-3958 www.lighthouseinnandrestaurant.com

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old-FaShioned Baked BeanS 6 cups dried beans 2/4 to 1 lb lean salt port or slab bacon on the rind 1 tablespoon dry mustard 1 teaspoon cracked black pepper 1/3 cup Maine maple syrup 1 medium-sized onion, peeled and stuck with 2 whole cloves Cover beans with boiling water, soak 1 hour, then drain. (This will remove some gas-causing compounds.) Cover beans with cold water, bring to a slow boil and cook until skins split when the beans are blown on. Drain, saving liquid. Drop the meat into a pan of boiling water, turn off heat and let sit for 5 or 10 minutes to remove excess salt. Drain and cut in half. Put half of the meat, rind down, on the bottom of your bean pot. Combine 1 cup bean liquid with the mustard, syrup, and pepper, then mix it into the parboiled beans. Main Street • Northeast Harbor www.colonelsrestaurant.com 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!

(207)276-5147

Transfer this to the bean pot and bury the onion right in the middle. Pour in just enough additional bean-liquid or water to barely show through the top layer of beans. Cap with the remaining meat, set rind side out. Cover and bake 6 to 8 hours in a very slow (250 degree) oven, adding boiling water if necessary to keep beans from drying out. Uncover for last hour so top can get brown and crisp. Emily Muise, Hertz

Enjoy all the different eating experiences in the area!

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 20 - Northeast Harbor Port Directory

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QuiCk Fudge

Breakfast e Lunch e Dinner

3 ingredients – add nuts, dried fruit, etc., aka retro “Chunky” bars 1 can sweetened condensed milk (14 oz.) 2 cups (1-12oz. bag) semi-sweet chips 1 tsp. vanilla Aluminum line & spray 8”x8” pan. Microwave milk & chips and a dash of salt for 1 minute on high in medium glass bowl. Let stand 1 minute then stir to thoroughly combine. Heat another 30 seconds. Stir until chips are completely melted and smooth. Stir in vanilla & any additional add-ins; scoop into pan and smooth out. Chill then cut into squares. Store in fridge.

Join us for the magnificent cuisine, fine spirits, and daily specials! Northeast Harbor has outdoor dining with a breathtaking harbor view. Northeast Harbor: 10 Huntington Drive • 207-276-4000

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Ellsworth: 186 High Street • 207-412-2393 (Lunch & Dinner)

Pamela Parker Parker, Kingsleigh Inn

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 www.visitnortheastharbor.com

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ChiCkPea & BlaCk Bean Salad

douBle-ChoColate SnaCk Cake

Our go-to summer food, holds up great in the refrigerator. It’s good cold, room temperature, or warm. We eat it as a side, over salad greens, or as a dip with tortilla chips. Great topped with feta cheese.

It’s delicious warm under ice cream or whip cream and it’s also great cold! It doesn’t need frosting because it’s satisfying as is. I used to love to whip this up in the afternoon so that when my kiddo’s got off the school bus they could have some warm and yummy snack cake!

(All amounts are appropriate) 1 large can chickpeas, rinsed 1 large can black beans, rinsed 1/2 cup red onion, finely chopped 1-1/2 fresh jalapeños, finely chopped 1/2 cup sun-dried tomatoes (oil-packed), finely chopped 1/3 cup flatleaf parsely, finely chopped 1/3 cup mint, finely chopped 1/3 cup basil, finely chopped Vinaigrette: 1/4 cup lemon juice 2/3 cup olive oil 1/2 cup cider vinegar 4 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. black pepper 1/4 tsp. cayenne Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Add vinaigrette and stir until all mixed. Gail Leiser Leiser, Galyn’s

3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 2 Tbsp. unsweetened baking cocoa 1/2 tsp.baking soda 1/4 tsp. salt 1/2 cup water 3 Tbsp. canola oil 1/2 tsp. white vinegar 1/4 tsp. vanilla 1/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips Powdered sugar, if desired Heat oven to 350°F. In ungreased 9x5-inch loaf pan, mix flour, brown sugar, cocoa, baking soda and salt with fork. Stir in remaining ingredients except chocolate chips and powdered sugar. Sprinkle chocolate chips over batter. Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool in pan on cooling rack 30 minutes. Sprinkle with powdered sugar. Mindy Tracey, PRO 31

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This final recipe was hand-written by Ella M. Benson in 1882 in her personal recipe book. This comes to us from the Tremont Historical Society.

Snow Pudding

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

(207) 244-4550 www.sipsmdi.com

1 Pt. boiling water. 3 tablespoons cornstarch dissolved in cold water. Beat the whites of 3 eggs to stiff froth. Stir with boiling water, corn starch, salt and 1 tablespoon sugar. Stir hard one to two minutes then put into dish to cool. Sauce: Boil 2 cups milk. Beat yolks of 3 eggs with 1 cup sugar and a piece of butter the size of a walnut. Cook two minutes. Pour over the pudding.

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

207-244-3317 www.mdiwine.com

... 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

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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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 Swan’s Island ..................... 526-4155 ............ 667-7575 ................526-4155 Hancock County Sheriff .................................. 667-7575

E N I C R OMPAN A M K C Y PRO

Specializing in Residential Docks, Commercial Work and Shore Stabilization along the Coast of Maine

Rockland, ME

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Marine and Harbor The Northeast Harbor Port Directory is a useful guide and resource for boaters of every skill level and interest, visitors, and residents of Mount Desert Island. Packed with recent schedules, harbor information, rates and itineraries, it provides the most current information for business or pleasure. Bring a Port Directory with you on your next adventure! And remember to let them know that you saw their ad in the Port Directory!

Full Service Yard

50 ton Travelift • 14 ton Crane Inside Heated/Cold Storage • Outside Storage Expert Diesel & Gasoline Engine Repair • Electrical Custom Welding & Fabrication • Wood/Fiberglass Repair & Restoration Rigging • Carpentry • Varnish/Painting • Awlgrip Protected Deep Water Location on Somes Sound Moorings/Dockage • Mobile Marine Service

PO Box 80, 17 Shipwright Lane • Hall Quarry, Mount Desert, Maine 04660

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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.

NEW SALES OFFICE IN NORTHEAST HARBOR

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is a highly customized 2015 Morris M52 modern classic sloop offered by Lyman-Morse Yacht Brokerage. Contact Eric Roos to learn more about this boat and other brokerage offerings. 207-266-2399 cell or eroos@lymanmorse.com. Office: 112 Main Street P.O. Box 1124 Northeast Harbor, Maine 04662

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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

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 3 Phase 100 amp................75.00................... 37.50

SANITARY PUMP-OUT: .................... $ 5.00 DOCK SPACE:

Price per foot, per night: Vessels under 49’ .............................................$2.95 Vessels 50’-59’ ................................................. 3.45 Vessels 60’ & over.............................................. 3.95 *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:

Vessels up to 19’6”........... $25/night – $1000/season

LAUNCH RAMP (Round Trip):

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

Public Parking (Day use only): Use parking lot near tennis courts.

Non-residents......................................................$ 5.00 Residents................................................................ Free FREE LAUNCH SERVICE: Commercial (residents & non-residents)..............15.00 Contact Harbor Master’s Office for hours. 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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D A Y 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

PM 10:15 10:55 11:37 12:14 1:00 1:49 2:42 3:38 4:37 5:38 6:39 7:39 8:35 9:28 10:18 11:04 11:49 12:27 1:10 1:53 2:36 3:20 4:05 4:51 5:39 6:27 7:16 8:04 8:51 9:38

AM 3:29 4:12 4:54 5:37 6:23 7:11 8:02 8:56 9:54 10:54 11:55 12:31 1:34 2:32 3:27 4:18 5:05 5:50 6:34 7:16 7:59 8:41 9:24 10:09 10:55 11:43 12:18 1:11 2:02 2:51

PM 3:38 4:19 5:02 5:46 6:33 7:23 8:18 9:17 10:20 11:25 -12:55 1:53 2:48 3:40 4:29 5:15 6:00 6:44 7:27 8:11 8:57 9:44 10:34 11:25 -12:32 1:21 2:10 2:58

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PM 10:25 11:13 -12:42 1:33 2:26 3:22 4:19 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:15 9:10 10:00 10:47 11:31 12:07 12:47 1:26 2:04 2:43 3:23 4:04 4:48 5:36 6:26 7:19 8:13 9:07 10:00 10:52

High AM 3:39 4:27 5:15 6:04 6:55 7:47 8:41 9:37 10:35 11:34 12:14 1:17 2:16 3:11 4:02 4:48 5:31 6:12 6:51 7:29 8:07 8:45 9:24 10:07 10:52 11:42 12:24 1:20 2:16 3:10 4:02

— JULY —

NORTHEAST HARBOR PM 3:46 4:35 5:25 6:16 7:09 8:06 9:05 10:06 11:10 -12:34 1:33 2:30 3:23 4:12 4:57 5:40 6:21 7:01 7:41 8:21 9:04 9:49 10:37 11:29 -12:35 1:30 2:25 3:19 4:13

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— SEPTEMBER — High Low AM PM AM PM 12:20 12:50 6:14 6:36 1:13 1:41 7:04 7:31 2:07 2:34 7:56 8:27 3:03 3:29 8:50 9:25 4:03 4:27 9:47 10:26 5:05 5:27 10:47 11:30 6:10 6:30 11:49 -7:14 7:32 12:33 12:52 8:14 8:30 1:34 1:51 9:08 9:22 2:29 2:45 9:55 10:08 3:18 3:32 10:37 10:49 4:02 4:15 11:15 11:27 4:41 4:54 11:50 -5:17 5:30 12:03 12:23 5:50 6:05 12:37 12:55 6:23 6:40 1:12 1:29 6:55 7:15 1:48 2:03 7:29 7:53 2:26 2:42 8:06 8:34 3:09 3:25 8:47 9:21 3:57 4:14 9:35 10:15 4:53 5:11 10:29 11:15 5:55 6:15 11:31 -6:59 7:20 12:19 12:37 8:02 8:22 1:22 1:41 9:01 9:21 2:22 2:42 9:55 10:17 3:18 3:39 10:47 11:10 4:10 4:33 11:37 -5:00 5:25 12:02 12:26 5:50 6:17

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• Kimball Terrace Inn • Lyman Morse Brokerage • The Knowles Company • The Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant • Lisa Hall Studio • National Park Canoe Rental • Northeast Harbor Clinic • Seaside Deli & Sweets • Shaw Jewelry • Smart Studio • Somesville Rehabilitation Services • Sweet Pea • Tan Turtle Tavern www.visitnortheastharbor.com


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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

• Friends of Acadia

• Acadia Fuel

• Galyn’s

• Argosy Gallery

• Havana

• Atlantic Brewing

• Hertz Car Rental

• Bar Harbor Bank & Trust

• House Wine

• Bar Harbor Ferry Co.

• Island Artisans

• Bowden Marine

• Mount Desert Island Hospital

• Burning Tree Restaurant

• Northern Light Maine Coast Hospital

• Carisa’s Salon

• Oli’s Trolley

• Classic Massage

• Peekytoe Provisions

• Downeast Windjammer Cruises

• Pirate’s Cove

• Fabricate

• Richard Parks Furniture Gallery

• FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars • The Stadium Gallery • First National Bank 36 - Northeast Harbor Port Directory

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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 Center

• MDI Weddings

• Southwest Harbor Medical Center

• Penury Hall

• Thurston’s Lobster Pound

• Cranberry Cove Ferry

• PRO 31

• Tremont Historical

• Davis Agency

• Quietside Café

• Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina

• Quilt ‘n’ Fabric

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Society • Wendell Gilley Museum

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2019 Cruise Ship Schedule

ARRIVAL

June 17 June 19 June 21 June 23* June 24 June 24 June 29 July 3 July 5 July 7* July 8 July 9 July 15 July 19 July 19 July 21* July 22 July 29 July 29 July 31 Aug 2 Aug 3 Aug 4* Aug 5 Aug 8 Aug 12 Aug 12 Aug 14 Aug 16 Aug 18* Aug 19 Aug 28 Aug 30 Aug 31 Sept 1* Sept 2 Sept 3 Sept 3 Sept 4 Sept 4 Sept 6* Sept 7* Sept 7 Sept 8* Sept 9 Sept 10 Sept 10 Sept 11 Sept 12 Sept 12 Sept 13 Sept 15* Sept 15 Sept 16 Sept 17* Sept 17 Sept 18 Sept 19 Sept 19 Sept 20* Sept 20 Sept 21 Sept 21 Sept 22* Sept 22

SHIP

Grandeur of the Seas American Constitution Zaandam Zaandam Summit Adventure of the Seas American Constitution Summit Zaandam Zaandam Adventure of the Seas American Constitution Grandeur of the Seas Zaandam American Constitution Zaandam Adventure of the Seas Grandeur of the Seas American Constitution Zuiderdam Zaandam Caribbean Princess Zaandam Adventure of the Seas American Constitution Grandeur of the Seas AIDAvita Summit Zaandam Zaandam Adventure of the Seas American Constitution Zaandam Seven Seas Navigator Zaandam Anthem of the Seas Queen Mary 2 Adventure of the Seas Insignia Norwegian Dawn Veendam Caribbean Princess Norwegian Gem Adventure of the Seas Grandeur of the Seas Norwegian Escape Star Pride AIDAluna Summit Seabourn Quest Zaandam Zaandam Star Pride Anthem of the Seas Serenade of the Seas Norwegian Dawn Norwegian Escape Insignia Norwegian Gem Veendam AIDAdiva Caribbean Princess Norwegian Gem Veendam Aurora

TIME DAY 8am 8am 8am 7am 7am 7am 8am 8am 8am 7am 7am 8am 8am 8am 8am 7am 7am 8am 8am 10am 8am 7am 7am 7am 8am 8am 8am 8am 8am 7am 7am 8am 8am 9am 7am 7am 8am 7am 8am 8am 7am 7am 8am 7am 8am 8am 1pm 10am 7am 7am 8am 7am 9am 7am 7am 8am 8am 9am 8am 7am 9am 7am 8am 7am 8am

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CRUISE LINE

Royal Caribbean American Cruise Line Holland America Holland America Celebrity Cruises Royal Caribbean American Cruise Line Celebrity Cruises Holland America Holland America Royal Caribbean American Cruise Line Royal Caribbean Holland America American Cruise Line Holland America Royal Caribbean Royal Caribbean American Cruise Line Holland America Holland America Princess Cruises Holland America Royal Caribbean American Cruise Line Royal Caribbean AIDA Cruises Celebrity Cruises Holland America Holland America Royal Caribbean American Cruise Line Holland America Prestige Cruises Holland America Royal Caribbean Cunard Line Royal Caribbean Oceania Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line Holland America Princess Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line Royal Caribbean Royal Caribbean Norwegian Cruise Line Windstar Cruises AIDA Cruises Celebrity Cruises Holland America Holland America Holland America Windstar Cruises Royal Caribbean Royal Caribbean Norwegian Cruise Line Norwegian Cruise Line Oceania Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line Holland America AIDA Cruises Princess Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line Holland America P&O Cruises

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2019 Cruise Ship Schedule

ARRIVAL

Sept 23 Sept 24* Sept 24 Sept 25 Sept 25 Sept 26* Sept 26 Sept 27 Sept 27 Sept 28 Sept 29 Sept 29 Sept 30 Oct 1 Oct 1 Oct 1 Oct 2 Oct 2 Oct 3 Oct 3 Oct 4 Oct 4 Oct 5 Oct 5 Oct 6 Oct 6 Oct 7 Oct 8 Oct 8 Oct 9 Oct 10 Oct 11* Oct 12 Oct 12 Oct 13 Oct 14* Oct 15 Oct 16 Oct 16 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 17 Oct 18 Oct 18 Oct 19 Oct 20 Oct 20 Oct 21 Oct 21 Oct 22 Oct 22 Oct 23 Oct 23 Oct 24 Oct 28 Oct 28 Oct 29 Oct 29 Oct 30 Nov 4 Nov 7

SHIP

TIME DAY

Mein Schiff 1** 8am Regal Princess 7am Riviera** 8am Norwegian Escape 8am Silver Wind 9:30am Summit 7am Pearl Mist 7am Caribbean Princess 7am Zaandam 8am Norwegian Dawn 8am Zaandam 7am Adventure of the Seas 7am Anthem of the Seas 7am Regal Princess 7am Riviera 8am Silver Wind 7am Zuiderdam 7am Disney Magic 8am Norwegian Escape 10am Star Pride 7am Veendam 7am Serenade of the Seas 7am Norwegian Gem 8am Star Pride 7am Veendam 7am Queen Mary 2 8am Grandeur of the Seas 8am Regal Princess 7am Serenade of the Seas 7am AIDAdiva 9am Summit 7am Zaandam 8am Seabourn Quest 8am Seven Seas Navigator 9am Adventure of the Seas 7am Anthem of the Seas 7am Regal Princess 7am Riviera 8am Silver Wind 9am Seabourn Quest 7am Caribbean Princess 7am AIDAdiva 8am Seven Seas Navigator 9am Veendam 8am Mein Schiff 1 8am Amadea 8am Meraviglia** 7am Silver Wind 11am Pearl Mist 7am Regal Princess 7am Serenade of the Seas 7am Riviera 8am Star Pride 7am Le Champlain** 8am Anthem of the Seas 7am Seven Seas Navigator 9am AIDAdiva 9am Silver Whisper 9:30am Caribbean Princess 7am Silver Wind 9am Riviera 9am

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TUI Cruises Princess Cruises Oceania Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line Silverseas Cruises Celebrity Cruises Pearl Seas Cruises Princess Cruises Holland America Norwegian Cruise Line Holland America Royal Caribbean Royal Caribbean Princess Cruises Oceania Cruises Silverseas Cruises Holland America Disney Cruises Norwegian Cruise Line Windstar Cruises Holland America Royal Caribbean Norwegian Cruise Line Windstar Cruises Holland America Cunard Line Royal Caribbean Princess Cruises Royal Caribbean ADIA Cruises Celebrity Cruises Holland America Holland America Prestige Cruises Royal Caribbean Royal Caribbean Princess Cruises Oceania Cruises Silverseas Cruises Holland America Princess Cruises AIDA Cruises Prestige Cruises Holland America TUI Cruises Amadea Shipping Ltd. MSC Cruises Silverseas Cruises Pearl Seas Cruises Princess Cruises Royal Caribbean Oceania Cruises Windstar Cruises Compagnie du Ponant Royal Caribbean Prestige Cruises AIDA Cruises Silverseas Cruises Princess Cruises Silverseas Cruises Oceania Cruises

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There are almost 180 cruise ships scheduled to arrive in Bar Harbor from late April through * There are more ships on this day Nov. 7th. This is not quite a complete listing! Schedule provided by the Bar Harbor Chamber of ** Maiden Voyage to Bar Harbor 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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Shaw Jewelry

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

207-276-5000

Schedule for 2019 Gallery exhibitionS

June 27 – July 10 Opening Reception June 27, 5-7PM

August 8 – August 21 Opening Reception Aug. 8, 5-7PM

Contemporary Classics in Jewelry Barbara Heinrich

Rich Gold One of a Kind Gurhan

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Things to See and Do There are all KINDS of activities to choose from on and around MDI! You will see some of these on the following pages, along with our featured hike for this year. And if you go hiking, please keep this important information from Acadia National Park in mind!

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• Be careful when hiking near cliff edges. • Carry water, at least 20 oz., and more on warm days. • Wear sturdy hiking shoes. • Follow blue trail blazes and use a map. • Do not modify or build new cairns. • Know the difficulty level of the trail and your physical abilities and limitations.

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The Port Directory Featured Hike Norumbega Mountain, Lower Hadlock Pond Beginning and ending at the Norumbega Parking Lot on Maine Route 198 Distance – 3.5 miles All Photos in the Article © Bayside Graphics

This is a repeat of one of our favorite hikes that we presented six years ago! We have now presented an outdoor activity in the Northeast Harbor Port Directory for TWELVE YEARS! In the past we have featured hikes and bike rides. Usually we try to “create” an excursion by combining a unique combination of trails, carriage paths and natural features that might (hopefully) be different from already published material. This is a well known, often traveled hike. We’ve made this departure because Norumbega MounMoun tain is an icon of Mount Desert. Forming the eastern wall of Somes Sound, this mountain with a long North-South ridge is precipitous on its East-West sides. This is a typical Mount Desert Island mountain; long and gradual North and South, short and steep East and West. Our hike will take on the steep east face of Norumbega Mountain. Then we will more casually descend the long south ridge to the shore of Lower Hadlock Pond. Next we will skirt the beautiful shoreline of the Pond, culminating at the small cascades at Hadlock Brook. Finally, we will walk through the woods back to your car. To get to the Norumbega Parking Lot travel 1.4 miles from Northeast Harbor on Route 198, just past Upper Hadlock Pond. The parking lot is on the left. The parking lot is “one way” meaning that from

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Northeast Harbor, you will pass the lower entrance and enter the upper, parking on the right. From Somesville, take Route 198 from the traffic signal where it departs from Route 102. In about 4 miles, the parking lot will be on your right. Use the upper entrance. The trail begins at the upper end of the parking lot. You will immediately encounter a trail junction. To the left, the Goat Trail leaves for Lower Hadlock Pond. We will return via this route. Currently we will take the Goat Trail straight ahead. The trail immediately climbs moderately over a rough trail that includes many roots and boulders. The trail is marked by blue paint blazes and rock cairns above. This appears to be a minor stream bed as we had hiked one day after a spring rain and there were many trickles and puddles. I had to watch my step but it was not troublesome. The first .3 miles gains 600 feet and is the only difficult part of the hike as you switch back and forth up the steep mountainside. Further on the trail opens up over ledges and the view opens up behind you to Parkman, Sargent and Penobscot Mountains. The next .3 miles to the summit of View to Sargent Mountain Norumbega is easier as the trail is less steep and smoother. The views open up even more to the North and East. The trail turns South at the top of the ridge and climbs gently among scrub pine to the summit. At this point, you will continue south, but the trail changes to The Norumbega Mountain Trail. The next .7 miles is a wonderful descent along an open ridge with views of the ocean ahead and blueberries lining the path in late summer. It is easy to lose the path here. With the compelling views of the mountains to the left, you can forget to follow the paint blazes and rock cairns. The seemingly open path continues along on ledges but inevitably ends abruptly. Keep to the top of the ridge and follow the trail markings carefully. As you descend Norumbega to the south, you will enter lower, covered areas, and then out onto open ledges with many views of Southwest Harbor and the islands south of Mount Desert Occasionally we DO get rainy days! Many of our advertisers still have activities for you to enjoy. • Museums•Theatre • Libraries • Shopping • Tours • Tea & Popovers Find YOUR favorite! 44 - Northeast Harbor Port Directory

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Island. Northeast Harbor always seems to be just below plain sight. You get glimpses of the harbor but this is not the place to view the village of Northeast Harbor. Try Asticou Terraces for that.

Northeast Harbor through the trees

Finally you descend off the ledges and into the beautiful spruce forest. For the next half mile, you gently descend through the woods to the shore of Lower Hadlock Pond. Shortly after leaving the ledges, you will see Golf Course Trail leaving from the left. This leads to the edges of the beautiful Northeast Harbor Golf Club. This also is a link to the myriad of trails south of Lower Hadlock Pond, leading over Schoolhouse Ledge and into Northeast Harbor proper. We will continue straight on the Norumbega Mountain Trail, leaving Schoolhouse Ledge for another edition. As you continue to descend, you will begin to see the blue water of Lower Hadlock shining through the trees below. As you reach the shore of the pond, you will see a small dam on the right. You will turn left onto the Hadlock Ponds Trail. The dam and adjacent building are part of the public water system for Northeast Harbor. This area is a public reservoir. Swimming and pets are not allowed. People a couple of miles away are drinking this water so please stay on the trail. The next half mile is a lovely trail along the western shore of Lower Hadlock Pond. As you progress northeast there are striking views of Live

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Hadlock Brook flowing into the Pond

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Parkman Mountain and surrounding peaks. The northern end of the pond narrows and soon you approach where Hadlock Brook cascades into the pond. This is a sweet spot and a nice place for a picnic.

Bridge to Lower Hadlock Trail

We’d like to say that the trail continues over the ancient looking bridge made out of slender, mossy wood. This is the Lower Hadlock Trail which leads to Route 198 and would mean walking a mile or so along the road and its 50 mph speed limit.

Instead we will bear left, and continue on the Hadlock Ponds Trail and follow the course of Hadlock Brook. Soon after, the Hadlock Ponds Trail turns right. You will bear left on the Goat Trail. This is apparently the beginning of the trail that we used to climb Norumbega Mountain. Goat Trail is an older name for the Norumbega Mountain Trail. Acadia National Park began renaming trails back to their original, historic ones. This leads us to wonder, “Did people actually lead their goats up here, to the summit of Norumbega Mountain?” Goats are rather nimble and maybe they like blueberries. The next 1.3 miles is a better alternative to the highway as it travels through the woods and generally ascends back to the parking lot. This is not an inspired section, but it gets you back to your car without walking along the road. When you reach the Goat Trail turning left up the mountain, turn right and back to your car. We’d like to take a moment to explain the name Norumbega. Apparently, when French explorers led by Samuel de Champlain, “discovered” Mount Desert Island in the early 1600’s, he learned from the Penobscot locals there was a mythical, high walled, gold city somewhere up the Penobscot River named Norumbega. This was apparently the result of the “locals” liking the French and wanting to please them and enjoying telling tall tales. What this all boiled down to was that the explorers gave up on Norumbega and settled for l’Isle des Monts Deserts, the Isle of Bare Mountains. For us 21st century folks, the Isle of Mount Desert is a wonderful place.

Goat Goat Trail Trail Back Back to to the the Parking Parking Lot Lot -- as as seen seen in in late late Spring Spring .... .... Yes, Yes, that that is is snow! snow!

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Places to Stay Mount Desert Island has an incredible plethora of places to stay - Campgrounds - Hotels for a night (or more) - Bed & Breakfasts - Inns with Suites - Inns without Suites - Rentals for a week, a month, the summer, or longer! - Summer "Cottages" - Cabins in the woods - Places on the lake or ocean - Almost anything your heart desires! AND - if your heart desires to move here, check with a Real Estate agent to help make your dreams come true!

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Going Green on MDI The natural, rugged beauty of Mount Desert Island was millennia in the making, and thanks to the foresight of a small group of summer visitors is still largely preserved to this day for visitors and residents alike to enjoy. Acadia National Park protects much of MDI, but our towns, villages and businesses have also started to take important steps to reduce pollution on both land and sea. Visitors will find for the first time this year that towns on the Island have enacted single-use plastic bag and polystyrene foam take-out container bans. Most of the credit for this accomplishment goes to the courage and determination of 4 girls in Southwest Harbor who learned about plastic pollution in middle school and became determined to do something about it. In addition, many of our restaurants and caterers have taken the “Sustainable MDI Pledge” and worked hard to reduce plastic waste, recycle, compost, source food sustainably, conserve energy, and, if possible, switch to renewable energy. This summer the pledge is expanding to hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts. You can support this effort by supporting businesses with Sustainable MDI decals on doors and windows and encouraging other businesses to take the pledge. There’s more information on the website of A Climate to Thrive (ACTT), a local grassroots group that formed 3 years ago with the goal of making MDI energy independent by 2030 with clean, renewable energy and becoming an inspiring model of sustainability for the rest of the country. www.aclimatetothrive.org. In The Town of Mount Desert, including Northeast Harbor and Seal Harbor, all streetlights have now been replaced by LED streetlights, using far less electricity For all your real estate needs on Mount Desert Island and the Downeast Maine coast. Distinctive properties. Legendary service.

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than the older, less efficient models. Although it can’t be seen by the casual passerby, there is a full solar array now on the Town’s Highway Department building, helping to cut electric usage. An electric vehicle charging station serves 2 EV-only parking spaces at the Yachtsmen’s Building in the Northeast Harbor Marina, and water bottle filling stations are available at the Marina’s Visitor Center as well as Clifton Dock. Many of these initiatives are the work of the Town’s Sustainability Committee, a small group of volunteers who work year-round to provide guidance to the Town’s Selectmen and officials on how to lower our overall impact on the environment, reduce energy use, and lower costs. So, as a visitor, how can you do your part to maintain the beauty of MDI? Probably many of the same things you do in your own hometown: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – and when in Acadia, respect the “Leave No Trace” National Park mission. But there are additional ways to help: • Use reusable bags: bring your own reusable bags when you shop, or purchase them from our local merchants. If you visit by water, your canvas boat bags are ideal, • Use the Island Explorer: park your car and ride the free bus system on MDI – get your eyes on the scenery as opposed to the road, • Carry a reusable water bottle: take advantage of water filling stations – and say no to plastic straws at your favorite watering hole (although you will hardly find any plastic straws given out on MDI!). MDI businesses are happy to fill your reusable mug, and most can fill your water bottle too. • Return your bottles & cans: Maine has had a “bottle bill” for years, by which you pay a deposit for every beverage bottle and can that you purchase in the state, including wine and alcohol bottles. You can redeem them when empty and they are recycled instead of just thrown away. Many of our communities have collection bins, and often use the proceeds from redeemed bottles to help pay for local projects such as school trips. • Remember that you can recycle clean # 1 and #2 plastics: put them in a separate container from the rest of your trash. Ann’s Point Cottages Whether a visitor by land or by sea, a yearround or summer resident, all of us cherish this special island, its communities and sparkling surrounding waters. You can help us protect MDI by embracing these environmentally responsible practices, and in doing so you help make the MDI experience more enjoyable for everyone. www.visitnortheastharbor.com

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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 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 50 - Northeast Harbor Port Directory

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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 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

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Seal Cove Auto Museum

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

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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 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 www.visitnortheastharbor.com

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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 Seafood Ketch)

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

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Calendar of Events - 2019

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 27 to August 29: 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. 4: 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. Mon. & Thurs. July 1 through August 26: 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). Mid-May through September: 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 17 to August 21: 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 30 - June 2: The 21st Annual Acadia Birding Festival. Celebrate the ecological wonders of the birds of the Gulf of Maine. acadiabirdingfestival. com. (207) 288-8128. June 1: 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 2: 7th 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 3: Maine Historic Desserts. 10-11:30am. Ambrosia Cooking School, 19 Rodick Street, Bar Harbor. Call 288-4523. June 6: 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 10: Mapas ... Tasty Maine Appetizers. 2-3:30pm. Ambrosia Cooking School, 19 Rodick Street, Bar Harbor. Call (207) 288-4523.

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June 15: Wild Gardens of Acadia Plant Sale. 9am12noon. St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church. 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Each spring since 1961 the volunteers of the Wild Gardens of Acadia hold a benefit plant sale to support the maintenance of the Gardens. Vegetable seedlings, native plants, herbs, perennials and annuals ... plants are donated from local nurseries, private estate gardens and the Wild Garden volunteers’ personal gardens. Rain or Shine. All proceeds help support the Wild Gardens of Acadia. The Wild Gardens of Acadia is an official committee of Friends of Acadia. June 15: At Home Rowing Regatta. 8am-2pm. Join us for a day on the water! Three different courses (5 miles, 2.4 miles and 1 mile) and open to any age and rowing skill level. For information, call: 374-5852. June 15 (9am-5pm) & June 16 (10am-4pm): Art in the Park. 69th 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 16: 13th 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 16: Chowder and Popovers, Please! 1-3:30pm. Ambrosia Cooking School, 19 Rodick Street, Bar Harbor. The meal that Mainers ask for and savor! Enjoy a demonstration of the iconic Maine chowder and popovers. Call (207) 288-4523. June 23-28: 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. June 30: Bar Harbor Music Festival. Opening Day of the 53rd Season. Maine Sea Coast Mission, 127 West Street, Bar Harbor. Bar Harbor Music Festival’s Tea Concert, Audrey Babcock, Mezzo-Soprano; Cara Chowning, Pianist. 4:00pm. July 2: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mount Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Opening night with Brass Venture returning for the 16th consecutive season! July 4: Around MDI Relay. 6am-9am start times. The 100 km route circles world famous Mount Desert Island while touching every town and village, including countless scenic vistas framed by the spectacular beauty of Acadia National Park. For more information: july4relay.crowathletics.com

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July 4: Independence Day Celebration. Bar 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. 6-10am-Blueberry © Bayside Graphics Pancake Breakfast. MDI Rotary Club, Bar Harbor Athletic Field, Park Street, Bar Harbor. A fun morning feast for the whole family. 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. 11am-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. 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. 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 6. July 5: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mount Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Alexandra Beliakovich, Pianist. July 6: 2019 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 7: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mount Desert Street, Bar Harbor. American Classics for Flute and Piano. Allison Kiger, Flutist; Alexandra Beliakovich, Pianist.

July 9: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Audrey Babcock, Mezzo-Soprano; April Martin, Soprano; Cara Chowning, Pianist. The Great Room, Bluenose Inn, 90 Eden Street, Bar Harbor. Pre-Concert Dinner served beginning at 6pm (optional). July 9: Annual Strawberry Festival at the Somesville Fire House. 1-3 pm. Our traditional celebration of history and strawberry shortcake. Yum! (207) 276-9323. July 10: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 5:30pm. Gates Auditorium, College of the Atlantic, 105 Eden Street, Bar Harbor. 23rd Annual New Composers Forum. Moderator: Ramin Amir Arjomand, Pianist and Composer. July 11: Neighborhood House Bash at the Boatyard: to be held at Abels Yacht Yard, Somes Sound 6-8:30pm. Our annual celebration and fundraiser is totally unique and not to be missed. Tickets available at (207) 276-5039. Proceeds fund the NHH summer camp scholarship program. July 12: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. 36th Annual “New Composers” Concert. Margaret Mills, Pianist. July 12-14: 23rd Annual Hospice Regatta. Morris Yachts, Northeast Harbor. Proceeds benefit Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County. (207) 667-2531. July 12-15: 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 13-14: 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: 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 14: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Christopher Johnson, Pianist. July 17: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Antonio Galera Lopez, Pianist. July 18: Main Street Blooms. Strolling tour of interpretive floral arrangements. 2-5pm. NEH July 18: Bee Parks & The Hornets. Live outdoor performance. 5pm. Northeast Harbor Marina July 19: Bar Harbor Garden Club Tour. View some of the finest gardens on Mount Desert Island! Advance tickets, $30; Day of tour, $35. For more information:www. barharborgardenclub.org. July 19: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Opera Theatre: Carmen. The Historic Criterion Theatre, 35 Cottage Street, Bar Harbor.

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July 20: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Ardelia Chamber Players; Janey Choi, Violinist; Andrea Lee, Cellist; Antonio Galera Lopez, Pianist, Christopher Souza, Violist. July 21: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Jackson Laboratory Commons, 610 Main Street, Bar Harbor. Wolverine Jazz Band. July 23: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15pm. Daedalus Quartet. July 24: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Blackwoods Campground Amphitheater, Otter Creek; 47th Annual Acadia National Park Outdoor Concert. Bar Harbor Festival String Orchestra, Francis Fortier, Conductor. Rain date, July 25. July 25: Christmas in July! All day ... Main St., Northeast Harbor. July 25: Summer Movie. Elf (perfect for Christmas in July!). Sundown. Northeast Harbor Marina. July 25: Annual Butterfly Release at Charlotte Rhoades Butterfly Garden. 3:30pm. This annual event is a wonderful family affair that is fun for everyone! $35 per person 12 and over, includes one butterfly. Children under 12, free admissionbutterfly not included. Reservations required. (207) 244-9264. July 26: Bar Harbor Music Festival. 8:00pm. Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. 15th Annual Bob Noonan Memorial Concert. Bar Harbor Festival String Orchestra, Francis Fortier, Conductor; Antonio Galera-Lopez, Piano Soloist. July 26-28: 44th Annual Directions Craft Show. MDI High School, Bar Harbor. Friday: 5 - 9pm; Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 5pm. mainecraftsguild.com. July 27-28: 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 28: 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 30: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15 pm. Ensemble of Guest Artists. July 31: Horticulture and Flower Show. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 2-5pm. Free of charge Aug. 2-3: Mount Desert Summer Chorale. Carmina Burana. 7:30pm (Pre-Concert Talk, 7pm). St. Saviour’s Episcopal Church, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. www.mountdesertsummerchorale.org.

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August 2-4 Bar Harbor Fine Arts Festival. Bar Harbor Inn, Newport Drive, Bar Harbor. Fri.: 12-8; Sat.: 10-8; Sun. 10-5. August 3-4: Giant Used Book Sale. Legion Hall, Southwest Harbor. To benefit the Southwest Harbor Public Library. (207) 244-7065. August 4: YMCA’s Acadia 70.3 Triathon. This is the 1st Acadia 70.3 Triathlon! We are so excited to have you join us. The money raised through your entry fees help sustain the YMCA’s scholarship programs, ensuring that individuals and families have access to the care, services, and programs that can help them improve their lives through healthy living or community activities. August 6: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15pm. Dover Quartet. August 6: 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 7: 19th Annual Bicycle Parade and Ice Cream Social. The evening Used with permission from the Neighbor Hood House. begins at 5:30pm on the front lawn of the Neighborhood House in Northeast Harbor, 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 10: 30th 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 10-11: Gallery on the Green II, by the Coastal Fine Art Alliance of Maine. Pemetic Green, Southwest Harbor. Rain or Shine. (207) 244-9264.

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© Abby Robinson August 10: 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. Proceeds will benefit a local organization helping people affected with cancer. Rain date, August 11. August 11-17: Annual Claremont Croquet Classic. Players compete in a nine-wicket double- elimination tournament in both singles and doubles competition. Players and spectators alike enjoy this annual event. (800) 244-5036. August 14: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15pm. Brentano String Quartet. August 15 (2-7pm), 16 & 17 (10am-5pm): 13th Annual Invitational Fine Arts & Crafts Show. Neighborhood House, Northeast Harbor. www.artsworth.org August 17-18: Island Arts Association Craft Fair. Pemetic School Green, Southwest Harbor; 10am5pm. August 18:50th Annual Book Sale. Jesup Memorial Library, 34 Mount Desert St., Bar Harbor; 9am-4pm. August 20: Mt. Desert Festival of Chamber Music. Neighborhood House, Main Street, Northeast Harbor. 8:15pm. Shanghai Quartet. August 24: Ambulance Road Race & Family Fun Walk. 8:00am. Main Street, Northeast Harbor. August 25: 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 Park Service Anniversary! August 31-September 1: Island Arts Association Craft Fair. Fair in the Park. Village Green, Bar Harbor. Sat. 10-6; Sun. 10-5. August 31-September 2: Northeast Harborfest. Northeast Harbor Marina waterfront. Fine artists and craftspeople from all over the country! September 6-8 Bar Harbor Fine Arts Festival II. Bar Harbor Inn, Newport Drive, Bar Harbor. Fri.: 12-8; Sat.: 10-8; Sun. 10-5. September 12: Beer & Pizza Tasting. Live music from the Danny Harper Band. 5-7pm. Main Street, Northeast Harbor. September 14: 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 14-15: Gallery on the Green, by the Coastal Fine Art Alliance of Maine. Village Green, Bar Harbor. Rain or Shine. September 15: The Phelps/Lowe Golf Tournament. Sponsored by Harbor House Community Center. For more information, (207) 244-3713.

September 21: Annual Half Marathon and 5K. 7:30amNoon. MDI YMCA, 21 Park Street, Bar Harbor. fitness@ mdiymca.org. September 25-29: 11th 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 28: 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 4: 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 11: 10th Annual Acadia Wine Tasting. An evening of wines from around the world. Hosted by Sawyer’s Specialties and catered by Sips Restaurant. 4-6pm. Smuggler’s Den Campground, Southwest Harbor. (207) 244-9264. October 12: 24th Annual Acadia Oktoberfest. More that 20 brewers, pouring more than 60 craft beers for your tasting pleasure. Music, great food, crafts, and games are just some of the highlights. Noon-5pm. Smuggler’s Den Campground, Southwest Harbor. (207) 244-9264. October 20: 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 2: 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 9: Annual Early Bird Sale & Bed Races. Sale hours are 6-9am. Roll out of bed and come early for the steals and deals ... and those who shop in their pajamas receive even better discounts! Bed and Pajama Parade starts at 10, and Bed Races at 10:15. Cottage St., Bar Harbor. December 6: Village Holidays & Midnight Madness. 4:30pm-midnight. Caroling on the Village Green at 4:30pm; welcome Santa at the Village Green at 5pm; Midnight Madness Sale, 8pm-midnight. Great discounts, music, food, drinks, and midnight raffles. (207) 288-5103.

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Events at the Seal Cove Auto Museum

Events at the Wendell Gilley Museum

June 8: Cars & Coffee: Steamers The Cars & Coffees 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. June through October: Friday Ride Day. This season, every Friday we will be offering rides in one of our antique automobiles (weather permitting)! 10am-4pm. July 6: Cars & Coffee: Swedish Car Meet See event on June 8. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage auto. 9am-12pm. July 28: Murder Mystery Dinner: Enjoy dinner among a collection of elegant antique cars. Watch a murder unfold and look for clues to determine the killer! Advanced tickets required. 6-9:30pm. August 3: Cars & Coffee: Barn Finds & Survivors See event on June 8. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage auto. August 24: CAR-B-QUE. 10am-9pm. Car show, barbeque, and live music, all wrapped up into one super-fun event! Rain date: August 25. September 14: Cars & Coffee: Woodies & Boattails See event on June 8. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage auto. 9am-12pm.

May 11: 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 the website for details. wendellgilleymuseum.org May - October: Summer Exhibition Opening - Harold Haertel. Harold Haertel was a carver from Dundee, Illinois who was born the same year as Wendell Gilley. Harold and Wendell worked in the same world of bird carving but despite many similarities in their background and work, their carvings are very different. In 2019, we will tell a story in our museum about bird carving that explores the lives and work of these two extremely talented carvers. Museum member, and carver, Paul Haertel will curate this exhibition with the help of museum carver Steven Valleau. This exhibition is possible thanks to the generosity of Tom Haertel - Harold’s son, and a carver himself. June 28 - Oct. 16: Summer Exhibition Opening Beginning of Treasure of the Farnsworth Show. The Gilley and the Farnsworth join forces in order to bring you a unique collection of Maine Masterworks, especially curated for the Gilley, including a range of important painters such as Fitz Henry Lane, George Bellows, Marsden Hartley, Neil Welliver, Emily Muir, Jaime Wyeth, and many more. The exhibition will also feature outstanding modern bird scupltures by Maine artists Edwin Gamble and Bernard Langlais and by Louise Nevelson. July 13: Flamingo Festival Parade: The Gilley will be marching, with flamingos flapping, in the parade. Come join us! Contact the museum for more info or to register at info@wendellgilleymuseum.org. August 1: 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 115th Birthday: Free admission all day, special activities ... and cake! 10am-4:30pm. September 12: Cinq a Sept Party: Maine Magazine Networking Event. An evening of wonderful food, drinks and conversation. 5-7pm. Free admission.

October 12: Cars & Coffee: Two-Wheelers See event on June 8. All are welcome, with or without their own antique or vintage auto. 9am-12pm. October 30: 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.

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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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Worship Services catholIc

BaptIst

St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church

Cornerstone Baptist Church

8 Lookout Way, Northeast Harbor • July & August: Sat. 6 pm • (207) 288-3535

St. Peter’s Catholic Church 5 Ocean House Hill Road, Manset • June - Oct. 13: Sun. 8 am • Oct. 20 - May: Sat. 4 pm • (207) 288-3535

congregatIonal Islesford Congregational Church • Sunday Worship Service: 10 am • https://islesfordchurch.com

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

epIscopal Saint Andrew By-the-Lake

1358 Tremont Road, Seal Cove • Sunday Morning Worship: 8 am 6/16-9/15 • (207) 244-3229

Saint Mary’s By-the-Sea

20 South Shore Road, Northeast Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: July & August : 8 am/10 am • (207) 276-5588

SWH Congregational Church, CCCC Saint Mary’s Chapel 29 High Road, Southwest Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 am • (207) 244-4300

unIted church of chrIst Seaside, UCC Abbe Chapel 8 Main Street, Seal Harbor • Through June 2019 • Sunday Worship: 10 am • (207) 276-5521 Union Church 21 Summit Road, Northeast Harbor • July through December 2019 • Sunday Worship: 10 am • (207) 276-5521

5 Kimball Road, Northeast Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: September through June: 10 am • (207) 276-5588

Saint John the Divine

315 Main Street, Southwest Harbor • Sunday Morning Worship: 10 am • (207) 244-3229

Saint Jude

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

anglIcan St. Brenden’s

Olsen Chapel, 176 Harbor Dr., Bass Harbor

Somesville Union Meeting House, UCC • Sunday Worship: 11 am Main St., Somesville • Sunday Worship: 10:30 am • (207) 244-9260

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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

APARTMENTS

Ann’s Point Cottages .................244-5425 ....... 49 Café Drydock & Inn .................244-5842 Colonel’s Suites ....................... 276-5147 .......20 HarborView Motel & Cottages . 244-5031 Hutchins Cottages .....................244-9687 Kimball Terrace Inn .........800-454-6225 ....... 47 Kingsleigh Inn............................244-5302 Penury Hall ................................ 244-7102

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

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

ART

Argosy Gallery ............................288-9226 ........16 Clark Point Gallery ....................244-0920 ........16 Island Artisans ...........................288-4234 ........16 ACTIVITIES Shaw Jewelry............................276-5000 ....... 10 Acadia Air Tours ........................ 667-7627 ....... 43 Smart Studio ...........................276-5152 ....... 16 Atlantic Brewery ........................288-2337 ....... 23 The Stadium Pub & Gallery ..... 801-9477 ........16 Bar Harbor Cellars Winery .......288-3907 ....... 23 Bay Ferries - The CAT................ 417-7050 ......... 8 ATMS First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 .........5 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ................................ 801-8292......... 12 BAKERY National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 .......44 Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .......20 Oli’s Trolley ............................ 288-9899 ..Cover BANKING Pirate’s Cove .............................. 288-2133 Bar Harbor Bank & Trust . 888-853-7100 .......62 Seal Cove Auto Museum ......... 244-9242 ....... 51 First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 .........5 Southwest Cycle .........................244-5856 ....... 59 BAR/PUB Tremont Historical Society ........244-9753 ....... 45 Islesford Dock Restaurant ......... 244-7494 ....... 22 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 .......52 Working Lobster Boat Tours ..... 244-7466 ....... 42 BARGE SERVICE Acadia Fuel ................................244-9664 ......... 1 AERIAL TOURS Prock Marine..............................594-9565 ........24 Acadia Air Tours ........................ 667-7627 ....... 43 SW CycleTRANSPORTATION 2014 red 4/24/14 AIRPORT

BED & BREAKFAST

7:36 PMKingsleigh Page Inn 1 ..............................244-5302 Hertz Car Rental.........................667-5017 ......... 8 Penury Hall ..................................244-7102

BEER Atlantic Brewery ........................288-2337 ....... 23 House Wine ........................... 288-1200 ....... 13 Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788 Sawyer’s Specialties .....................244-3317 ....... 23

BIKE RENTALS Southwest Cycle .........................244-5856 ....... 59

service - sales - rentals 370 Main Street • Southwest Harbor

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BOAT RENTALS/CHARTERS Asticou Chartering ..................276-3785 ....... 41 Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry ..244-3575 ....... 35 Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......29 Sail Acadia ...............................266-5210 .......63

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BOAT BUILDING/DESIGN/SALES

CONSERVATION

Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......29 Hinckley Company ........866-HINCKLEY ..... IFC John Williams Boat Co. .......... 244-7854 .......25 Lyman-Morse Brokerage ......... 266-2399 .......26

Friends of Acadia .............. 800-625-0321 .........6

BOAT SERVICE

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

Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......29 CRAFT SUPPLIES Hinckley Service ........................ 244-5531 ..... IFC Fabricate ..................................... 288-5113 ........14 John Williams Boat Co. .......... 244-7854 .......25 Lyman-Morse Brokerage ......... 266-2399 .......26 CRANE SERVICE Prock Marine Company .............594-9565 ........24

BROKERAGE – REAL ESTATE

Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 ....... 47 CRUISES Asticou Chartering .................276-3785 ....... 41 Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 The Knowles Company ............276-3322 .......48 Cranberry Isles Water Taxi...... 244-5724 .......42 Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC CANOE RENTALS Sail Acadia ...............................266-5210 .......63 National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 .......44 Working Lobster Boat Tours ..... 244-7466 ....... 42

CASUAL DINING

Abel’s Lobster Pound ...............276-5827 ....... 19 Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 ....... 21 Quietside Cafe ...........................244-9444 Seaside Deli & Sweets ............... 801-8788 ........18 Tan Turtle Tavern....................276-4000 ....... 21 Thurston’s Lobster Pound .........244-3320 ....... 23

CUSTOM FURNITURE Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 ........12

DAY SPA Carisa’s Salon.............................288-9444 ......... 7

DEEP SEA FISHING Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC

CATERING

DELI

CHEESE

DENTAL

Seaside Deli & Sweets ............... 801-8788 ........18 Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .......20 Sips .............................................244-4550 ....... 23 Seaside Deli & Sweets ............... 801-8788 ........18 House Wine ........................... 288-1200 ....... 13 Sweet Smiles ................................479-4110 ......... 5 Sawyer’s Specialties .....................244-3317 ....... 23 DIESEL FUEL

CHILDREN’S CLOTHING

Acadia Fuel ................................244-9664 ......... 1 Sweet Pea................................ 266-8980 ....... 12 Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina....244-0117

DINING – FINE

CIGARS

House Wine ........................... 288-1200 ....... 13 Asticou Inn .............................276-3344 .......33 Burning Tree Restaurant ........ 288-9331 ....... 18 CIVIL ENGINEERS G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 .........6 Galyn’s .......................................288-9706 ....... 60 Havana .......................................288-2822 ........17 COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL CLEANING Red Sky Restaurant.................... 244-0476 ....... 20 PRO31 Cleaning Solutions........ 664-9851 ......... 4

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

Galyn’s Since 1986

Lunch & Dinner daily 11am–10pm

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DOCK SPACE

GLUTEN-FREE DINING

Galyn’s ......................................288-9706 ....... 60 Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina....244-0117 Northeast Harbor Marina ..........276-5737 ........27 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..276-3958 ....... 19

DRY CLEANING

GROCERY

PRO31 Cleaning Solutions........ 664-9851 ......... 4 Great Cranberry General Store .244-0622 ....... 15

ENGINEERS

HAIR SALON

G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 .........6 Carisa’s Salon.............................288-9444 ......... 7

ENTERTAINMENT

HEALTH CARE

Acadia Repertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 ...... 45 Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 .........7 Northern Light Maine Coast Hosp.664-5337 .........6 FABRIC Fabricate ..................................... 288-5113 ........14 Northern Light Primary Care ...244-5513 .........6 Mount Desert Island Hospital .... 288-5081 ........21 Quilt ‘N’ Fabric ..........................244-1233 Sweet Smiles ................................479-4110 ......... 5

FAMILY FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES

Acadia Air Tours ........................ 667-7627 ....... 43 HOTEL/INN Asticou Inn ............................ 244-3344 .......33 Pirate’s Cove .............................. 288-2133 Café Drydock & Inn .................244-5842 FERRY SERVICE HarborView Motel ..................... 244-5031 Bar Harbor Ferry.................... 288-2984 .... IBC Kimball Terrace Inn .........800-454-6225 ....... 47 Bay Ferries - The CAT................ 417-7050 ......... 8 Kingsleigh Inn............................244-5302 Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry ..244-3575 ....... 35 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..276-3958 ....... 19 Cranberry Cove Ferry ............. 244-5882 .... IBC HOT STONE THERAPY Swan’s Island Ferry Terminal ....526-4273 Classic Massage .......................... 266-6374 ......... 9

FINANCIAL SERVICES

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust . 888-853-7100 .......62 ICE First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 .........5 Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina....244-0117 LSRobinson Co. ........................244-7246 ......... 5 Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788

FINE JEWELRY Lisa Hall Studio .......................276-5900 ....... 13 Shaw Jewelry............................276-5000 ....... 10

FUEL – BOAT Acadia Fuel ................................244-9664 ......... 1 Hinckley Service ........................ 244-5531 ..... IFC

FUEL — HOME Acadia Fuel & Propane .............244-9664 ......... 1

FURNITURE Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 ........12

GALLERIES Shaw Jewelry............................276-5000 ....... 10 See Art Galleries ............................................. 38

GENERAL CONTRACTORS Prock Marine Company .............594-9565 .......24

GIFTS Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 .........7 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ............................. 801-8292......... 12 Lisa Hall Studio .......................276-5900 ....... 13 Quilt ‘N’ Fabric ..........................244-1233 Shaw Jewelry............................276-5000 ....... 10 Seal Cove Auto Museum ......... 244-9242 ....... 51 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 .......52

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MDI Hospital 207.288.5081

Breast Health Center Bar Harbor • 288-8435

Cadillac Family Practice Bar Harbor • 288-5119

Community Dental Center SW Harbor • 244-2888

Community Health Center SW Harbor • 244-5630

Cooper Gilmore Health Center Bar Harbor • 288-5024

Lisa Stewart Women’s Health Center Bar Harbor • 288-8100

Northeast Harbor Clinic NE Harbor • 276-3331

Trenton Health Center Trenton • 667-5899

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ICE CREAM

LOUNGES

Quietside Cafe ...........................244-9444

Galyn’s ......................................288-9706 ....... 60 Tan Turtle Tavern....................276-4000 ....... 21

INSURANCE

LSRobinson Co. ........................244-7246 ......... 5 MAILBOAT Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry .. 244-3575 ....... 35 INTERNATIONAL CUISINE Havana .......................................288-2822 ........17 MAINE – MADE Lisa Hall Studio .......................276-5900 ....... 13 KAYAK RENTALS Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788 National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 .......44

MANICURE/PEDICURE

LAND FOR SALE

Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 ....... 47 Carisa’s Salon.............................288-9444 ......... 7 Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 MARINE CONTRACTOR Prock Marine..............................594-9565 ........24 LAND USE CONSULTANTS

G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 .........6 MASSAGE THERAPY Classic Massage .......................... 266-6374 ......... 9 LAUNDRY SERVICES PRO31 Cleaning Solutions........ 664-9851 ......... 4 MEDICAL Mount Desert Island Hospital.... 288-5081 ........21 LIQUOR Northern Light Primary Care ...244-5513 .........6 Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788 Sweet Smiles ................................479-4110 ......... 5

LOANS

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust .. 888-853-7100 .......62 MINI GOLF Pirate’s Cove .............................. 288-2133

LOBSTER

Most of the restaurants offer lobster selections — call for specific requests. Abel’s Lobsster Pound .............276-5827 ....... 19 Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 ....... 21 Thurston’s Lobster Pound ......... 244-7600 ....... 23

LOBSTER BOAT TOURS

MOORING RENTALS Dysart’s Great Harbor Marina....244-0117 Hinckley Service ........................ 244-5531 ..... IFC John Williams Boat Co. .......... 244-7854 .......25 Southwest Boat ..........................244-5525

MORTGAGE

Working Lobster Boat Tours ..... 244-7466 ....... 42 Bar Harbor Bank & Trust .. 888-853-7100 .......62 First National Bank .......... 800-564-3195 .........5

LODGING

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

MUSEUMS Seal Cove Auto Museum ......... 244-9242 ....... 51 Tremont Historical Society ........244-9753 .......45 Wendell Gilley Museum ......... 244-7555 .......52 For more Museums ......................................... 50

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

ORGANIC CUISINE

Four locations on MDI!

Burning Tree Restaurant ........ 288-9331 ....... 18

Bar Harbor, Northeast Harbor, Somesville & Southwest Harbor

Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......29

www.BarHarbor.Bank • 888-853-7100 Member FDIC

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OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC National Park Canoe Rentals .. 244-5854 .......44 Pirate’s Cove .............................. 288-2133 Sail Acadia ...............................266-5210 .......63 Southwest Cycle .........................244-5856 ....... 59 Working Lobster Boat Tours ..... 244-7466 ....... 42

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OUTDOOR DINING

RESTORATION – BOAT

Abel’s Lobster Pound ...............276-5827 ....... 19 Hinckley Company ........866-HINCKLEY ..... IFC Havana .......................................288-2822 ........17 Lyman-Morse Brokerage ......... 266-2399 .......26 Tan Turtle Tavern....................276-4000 ....... 21 SAILING TRIPS OUTDOOR FURNITURE Downeast Windjammer.............288-4585 .....IBC Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 ........12 Sail Acadia ...............................266-5210 .......63

PHARMACIES

SANDWICHES/PIZZA/SUBS

Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 .........7 Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .......20 Great Cranberry General Store .244-0622 ....... 15 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES G. F. Johnston & Associates .... 244-1200 .........6 LSRobinson ...............................244-7246 ......... 5 MDI Weddings ................... 860-428-2651 ....... 63 Spurling Design ......................... 244-7408

SCRAPBOOKING

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

SEAFOOD

Fabricate ..................................... 288-5113 ........14

SEA KAYAK RENTALS National Park Canoe Rental ... 244-5854 .......44

Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 ....... 47 Burning Tree Restaurant ........ 288-9331 ....... 18 The Knowles Company ............276-3322 .......48 Islesford Dock Restaurant ......... 244-7494 ....... 22 PRO31 Cleaning Solutions........ 664-9851 ......... 4 Peekytoe Provisions .....................801-9161 ........14 PROPANE Thurston’s Lobster Pound ......... 244-7600 ....... 23 Acadia Fuel & Propane .............244-9664 ......... 1 SHOPS

REAL ESTATE

Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 .........7 Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 ....... 47 Fabricate ..................................... 288-5113 ........14 Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 FIORE Artisan Olive Oils The Knowles Company ............276-3322 .......48 & Vinegars ............................. 801-8292......... 12 Spurling Design ......................... 244-7408 Great Cranberry General Store .244-0622 ....... 15

RENTAL CARS Hertz Car Rental.........................667-5017 ......... 8

RENTALS – VACATION Carter’s Real Estate..................276-5468 ....... 47 Davis Agency Real Estate ........... 244-3891 The Knowles Company ............276-3322 .......48

RESTAURANTS Abel’s Lobster Pound ...............276-5827 ....... 19 Asticou Inn .............................276-3344 .......33 Beal’s Lobster Pier .................. 244-3202 ....... 21 Burning Tree Restaurant ........ 288-9331 ....... 18 Café Drydock & Inn .................244-5842 Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .......20 Galyn’s ......................................288-9706 ....... 60 Havana .......................................288-2822 ........17 Islesford Dock Restaurant ......... 244-7494 ....... 22 Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..276-3958 ....... 19 Mainly Meat BBQ ......................288-9200 ....... 23 Peekytoe Provisions .....................801-9161 ........14 Quietside Cafe ...........................244-9444 Red Sky Restaurant.................... 244-0476 ....... 20 Seaside Deli & Sweets ............... 801-8788 ........18 Sips .............................................244-4550 ....... 23 Tan Turtle Tavern....................276-4000 ....... 21 Thurston’s Lobster Pound ......... 244-7600 ....... 23

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Sweet Pea................................ 266-8980 ....... 12 Peekytoe Provisions .....................801-9161 ........14 Quilt ‘N’ Fabric ..........................244-1233 Southwest Cycle .........................244-5856 ....... 59

THEREAPEUTIC MASSAGE

SHOWS

TOURS

Classic Massage .......................... 266-6374 ......... 9

TRANSPORTATION Hertz Car Rental.........................667-5017 ......... 8

Acadia Repertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 .......45 Atlantic Brewing ........................288-2337 ....... 23 SIGHTSEEING Oli’s Trolley ............................ 288-9899 ..Cover Acadia Air Tours ........................ 667-7627 ....... 43 TOYS Asticou Chartering ..................276-3785 ....... 41 Carroll Drug Store .................. 244-5588 .........7 Cranberry Isles Water Taxi...... 244-5724 .......42 Sweet Pea................................ 266-8980 ....... 12 Downeast Windjammer .......... 288-4585 .... IBC Oli’s Trolley ............................ 288-9899 ..Cover TRAILERS – BOAT Bowden Marine Service .......... 288-5247 .......29

SPA TREATMENTS

Classic Massage ..................................266-6374........... 9 WATER TAXI Cranberry Isles Water Taxi...... 244-5724 .......42

SPECIALTY FOODS

FIORE Artisan Olive Oils & Vinegars ................................ 801-8292......... 12 House Wine ........................... 288-1200 ....... 13 Peekytoe Provisions .....................801-9161 ........14

WEDDING OFFICIANT

STORAGE – BOATS

WICKER

Hinckley Service ........................ 244-5531 ..... IFC John Williams Boat Co ........... 244-7854 .......25 Lyman-Morse Brokerage ......... 266-2399 .......26 Southwest Boat ..........................244-5525

Richard Parks Furniture Gallery .. 667-3615 ........12

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

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

WILDLIFE WATCHING

Asticou Chartering ..................276-3785 ....... 41 Beal & Bunker Mailboat & Ferry ..244-3575 ....... 35 Cranberry Isles Water Taxi...... 244-5724 .......42 TAKE–OUT Colonel’s Restaurant................ 276-5147 .......20 Working Lobster Boat Tours ..... 244-7466 ....... 42 Great Cranberry General Store .244-0622 ....... 15 WINE Lighthouse Inn & Restaurant ..276-3958 ....... 19 Bar Harbor Cellars Winery .......288-5907 ....... 23 Quietside Cafe ...........................244-9444 House Wine ........................... 288-1200 ....... 13 Sips .............................................244-4550 ....... 23 Liquor Locker ............................ 244-3788

TANNING

Sawyer’s Specialties .....................244-3317 ....... 23 Carisa’s Salon.............................288-9444 ......... 7 YACHT BROKERAGE Lyman-Morse Brokerage ......... 266-2399 .......26 THEATRE Acadia Repertory Theatre ....... 244-7260 .......45 YARN Quilt ‘N’ Fabric ..........................244-1233

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Northeast Harbor Port Directory 2019  

Welcome to Northeast Harbor! You have chosen to visit one of the most naturally beautiful places in the country — Mount Desert Island. This...

Northeast Harbor Port Directory 2019  

Welcome to Northeast Harbor! You have chosen to visit one of the most naturally beautiful places in the country — Mount Desert Island. This...