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Let us pamper you with personal vacation planning and full concierge service. We take a personal interest in your vacation! Help with dinner reservations Planning boating, hiking, & antiquing excursions Directions to lighthouses, museums & beaches Discounts for shopping, sailing & lobster boat tours with your room key

The Mount Battie Motel Located on Coastal Route 1, overlooking Penobscot Bay, minutes from Camden and Lincolnville Beach 1-800-224-3870 or 207-236-3870

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Situated on a spectacular 20-acre site overlooking Penobscot Bay, Penobscot Shores is Maine’s Premier Oceanfront Retirement Community. Enjoy life with stunning bay views and take advantage of home ownership without property maintenance at Penobscot Shores in Belfast. Apartments in the Ocean House for sale or rent. Private cottages for sale. Call 338-2332 or visit us online at for more information.

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Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital have joined together to deliver the strongest network of specialized services in the Midcoast. We are two award-winning medical centers and hundreds of dedicated healthcare professionals taking care of Knox and Waldo Counties. So, if you live, work or vacation in the Midcoast, you can rest assured that getting the attention and care you need is as easy as connecting with us. 207-921-8000 | 207-338-2500




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BACC BOARD OF DIRECTORS Drew Strout, President Saxon Tinto, Ex Officio Joe Benjamin, Treasurer Cynthia Joseph, Secretary

2017 BELFAST THE BAY & BEYOND VISITOR’S GUIDE Dear Belfast Friends and Visitors, When I accepted the position as Executive Director in April, 2016, I was thrilled with the opportunity to promote Waldo County. I couldn’t think of a more perfect job then to spend every day telling people about this awesome place, I get to call home. I love sharing the great things we have to offer—lakes, beaches, hiking trails, the wonderful businesses and the amazing communities that make up Waldo County. I have lived in the Belfast area my entire life and I am excited to see the changes that have occurred since I was young. I have the best seat in Belfast, at the base of Main Street where I get to see all the great things happening here. As the Executive Director of the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce, I am so fortunate to share and promote all the great things that take place in Waldo County. Our Visitor Center, welcomes 10,000 visitors each year. I have the privilege of sharing my knowledge and love of this community with every one of those visitors that stop in to see us. We have a fantastic staff and the volunteers at the Chamber are top notch. We have visitors come back to see us multiple times during their stay. Our excitement for this community is contagious and our visitors recognize that.

almost any time of year you visit Belfast and the rest of Waldo County, you are sure to find something fun to do.

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We are a unique community and visitors notice that. We are not a tourist area, we are a year-round vibrant community that is open to everyone that comes to visit or live here. We enjoy creating experiences for visitors and residents alike that keep people coming back.

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The Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce looks forward to welcoming you as a new Chamber member, visitor or friend. Please stop by anytime to chat or see what‘s going on in Waldo County.

MICHAELENE ACHORN Executive Director Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce

Waldo County has such a strong sense of community. Everyone is willing to help their friends, neighbors and strangers when facing hardships. We are a community that loves to celebrate our successes and our ho” “w heritage. There are so many events, that




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36 On the Museum Trail The old, the odd & the interesting await


38 Why Here A few locals weigh in on making Belfast home


42 Pizza Five Ways Have we got a slice, or two, for you

Hike or bike for miles on the former railway line along the Passagassawakeag River. A crushed rock trail over 10 feet wide is wonderful for bikes and baby carriages. [ p. 7 ] The Passy Rail Trail



B E L FA ST H A R B O R F E ST The Belfast Rotary Club Invites You to Celebrate the Boating Traditions of Belfast, Maine

August 18-20, 2017 Steamboat Landing and Heritage Park

The 10th National Boatbuilding Challenge, an event that has become a staple of August in Belfast, is a tradition you don’t want to miss! The Boatbuilding Challenge is the centerpiece of Belfast Rotary’s Annual Belfast Harbor Fest, a three-day celebration of all that is good about the Maine Coast and Belfast’s Maritime Tradition. The weekend starts with a launch party on Friday evening featuring the best of local bands and brews, presented by Three Tides and Marshall Wharf Brewing. During the Boatbuilding Challenge, a full day competition on Saturday, two person teams are allowed four hours to build a 12 foot Skiff. It is then judged for quality and finally the teams run a rowing relay race to prove its seaworthiness. Saturday’s events include a traditional Blueberry Pancake Breakfast, a 5K “bug



run”, kids’ activities including a bounce house, Live Marine Touch Tank, Touch a Truck Event, Knot Tying, Face Painting, Rain Gutter Regatta and more. There is music to enjoy from 10 to 4. Also featured is our Classic Boat show both on the water and on land. Over 25 boats are expected – some of which will be offering free sails in Belfast Bay. The Harbor Fest includes local craftsmen and other vendors displaying their wares and several food merchants help keep our visitors well fed throughout Saturday and Sunday. Belfast Come Boating!’s 17th Annual Rowing Regatta launches at noon with a 5-mile rowing race into the Bay and back along our coastline to the finish at Steamboat landing. Free community rows are offered throughout both Saturday and Sunday afternoons in their club owned Cornish Gigs. The Harbor Fest continues Sunday morning with the Annual Cardboard Boat Challenge featuring races in several categories with prizes for each winner. This has become a most popular highlight of our Harbor Fest – perhaps because some of these boats sink – and the designs show that creativity has

no limits. Waldo County’s Habitat for Humanity tops off the weekend hosting their annual fundraising Lobster Gala on Sunday at noon, featuring your choice of lobster, steak, burgers and hot dogs plus music provided by Maine’s award winning Blues Band, The Juke Rockets. Belfast Rotary, now in its 91st year, presents the Belfast Harbor Fest. The club of approximately seventy members, provides $70,000 in scholarships annually for Belfast, Searsport, Mt. View and Waldo County Tech, graduates. The club also helps support Belfast’s Soup Kitchen and local Food Pantries. Each year at Christmas, Rotary’s 100 Fund (now up to 130 children), distributes clothing, and gifts to over forty of our less fortunate Waldo County families. The Belfast Harbor Fest, now in its 8th year, is the club’s commitment to celebrate Belfast’s Maritime tradition and at the same time raise money to assist in our charitable giving. Come spend three days on the Belfast Waterfront and celebrate the best of Coastal Maine Summer.

NEW OR NOTEWORTHY A few nifty extras for your to-do, to-see, to-try list:

THE BLUE ALPACA RANCH + STORE, 8 POORS MILL ROAD Family-friendly petting farm of soft and fuzzy alpacas with wonderful shop full of goods. COLD COMFORT THEATER, 139 NORTHPORT AVENUE Year-round live theater in Belfast. Thought-provoking drama, beautiful musicals, charming comedies. THE GAME LOFT, 78 MAIN STREET, A supervised space for teens to play non-electronic games and enjoy healthy snacks. Just drop in! KIDS UNPLUGGED, RENYS PLAZA, A new play center offering open gym times and junior Parkour (outdoor agility) classes. VINOLIO, 74 MAIN STREET, A rare treat to have in a small town! Premium quality olive oil emporium. All oils are tested in Australia to ensure authenticity. Customers buy for taste and health.


THE PASSY RAIL TRAIL, JUST OPENED IN 2016, Starting at the end of Front street near the footbridge in Belfast, the city has converted a rail line to a nice walking and biking path that borders the Passagassawakeag river. It is 2.3 miles one way, with a very slight grade upward, and ends at City Point near the Belfast and Moosehead Lake railroad station. The path is mostly shaded, going through hemlock groves, over a trestle bridge, and ending near the railroad station parking lot. Hikers can continue across Oakhill road, where the Sea Trail continues on for another 4+ miles.—from TripAdvisor

Cruise some of the world’s most beautiful waters here in mid-coast Maine. At the end of the day, bring your boat to New England’s most capable yacht yard for the care she deserves. Repairs, refits, storage and dockage available. Belfast,Maine 207-930-3740



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Off the path

Too often when we explore a place, our attention veers toward main street, to the hub of activity. But around Belfast there are many rewards in going off the beaten path. Quiet and gorgeous destinations await. From north to south, from the west back to city center, we've uncovered some nifty spots that have something to offer everyone: boat- and-farm-to-table food, little-known cultural hotspots, and some truly magnificent outdoor scenery.







CENTER What you’ll certainly notice about downtown Belfast is the lack of the ubiquitous t-shirt shop vibe. Here, in the center of town, you’ll find a boutique atmosphere with creative and friendly shops that compliment each other, plus a great selection of eateries for fresh meals and treats. For an on-the-go lunch, try Bay Wrap for their flavorful wraps like the A’yuh… it’s bah BQ, or the Oh My COD! They have a seating area too. For table service, there's Dockside Family Restaurant, not flashy, but a true Maine experience with fresh-caught seafood, outdoor seating and affordable prices. For a brew or burger, there’s Rollie's Bar & Grill across the street, a bustling vintage bar and local watering hole which was selected as a location for Stephen King’s movie “Thinner.” More great seafood can be found at Harborwalk Restaurant located one block from the waterfront. They serve lunch and dinner all week and breakfast on the weekend. Local haunt Darby’s is a classic pub, with real linen napkins and a surprisingly 10


diverse menu. Try their Pad Thai, fresh crab melt and Big Buddha Bowl. Nautilus Seafood & Grill probably has the best waterside views, and their steaks, seafood and kicked-up comfort food pair nicely with a local brew. And if you catch it at the right time, Belfast Co-op, the go-to for farm-raised organic food in the area, has monthly wine tastings usually coupled with a mini artist reception. For the reader, Belfast has four independent bookshops known for their quality and charm. Left Bank Books, which has been called "an amazing quiet oasis and a feast for the eyes," sits comfortably on the street level of the old opera house. They offer the classics, best-sellers, and awardwining titles. Well-mannered dogs are welcomed too. (Look for the water bowl out front!) Right next door, you'll find a fully stocked, throw-back of a video store, Opera House Video, a rarity in the digital streaming age. The owners can find anything you’re looking for. Old Professors Bookshop and Bellabooks are two more stops, featuring, the new, used, unusual, and even rare books.

Nautical Scribe Books features used, new, and discount maritime themed books. A few doors up from the post office is Moonbat City Baking Company, a bright gem. Some say their ham and cheese croissants rival those found in Paris. While you’re on that block, dive into the past at Ambiance, where you can browse for highly decorative (and unique) antique items and found art, plus a cool selection of lampshades. If it's culture you're seeking, Waterfall Arts, an eclectic community arts center, always has something going on, from thought-provoking installations and traditional art classes to funky dance parties. Need to wire up? The Hutchinson Center, an outreach center of the University of Maine just slightly west on the outskirts of Belfast, has a Mac and PC computer lab visitors can use. Or sign up for a computer at the terrific Belfast Free Library right in town. Both places have a constantly revolving array of cool local art in their lobbies. Here’s a final tip not everyone knows: the Belfast Dance Studio has a sauna, open to the public. For extremely reasonable rates, you can get warm to the core.



109 Church St. Belfast PHOTO: CARLY ROBERTS



Moonbat City scones, something on tap at Rollies. Eat, drink and read up and down Main Street.


BAY WRAP 20 Beaver St. (207) 338-9757

DARBY’S RESTAURANT 155 High St. (207) 338-2339

OLD PROFESSORS BOOKSHOP 99 Main St. (207) 338-2006

WATERFALL ARTS 256 High St. (207) 338-2222

DOCKSIDE FAMILY RESTAURANT 30 Main St. (207) 338-6889

NAUTILUS SEAFOOD & GRILL 3 Main St. (207) 218-4218

BELLABOOKS 135 High St. (207) 930-6325

HUTCHINSON CENTER 80 Belmont Ave. (207) 338-8000

ROLLIE’S BAR & GRILL 37 Main St. (207) 338-4502

BELFAST CO-OP 123 High St. (207) 338-2532

NAUTICAL SCRIBE BOOKS 132 Church St. (207) 218-1006

BELFAST FREE LIBRARY 106 High St. (207) 338-3884

HARBORWALK RESTAURANT 37 Front St. (207) 338-0488

LEFT BANK BOOKS 109 Church St. (207) 338-9009

MOONBAT CITY BAKING COMPANY 137 Main St. (207) 218-1039

BELFAST DANCE STUDIO 109 High St. (207) 338-5380

THE FRONT STREET PUB 37 Front St. (207) 338-8900

OPERA HOUSE VIDEO 109 Church St. (207) 338-3405

AMBIANCE 125 Main St. (207) 505-0116








Just 12 miles south of Belfast, in the Northport/Lincolnville area, you will find plenty of things to see, do and eat. Rent a bike before you leave town at Sidecountry Sports on High Street and bring one, or a few along. There are sweet roads to ride on out of town. Okay, who wants a lobster roll? Let's start with the under-the-radar Margaret’s, a lobster shack located right next to the community convenience store Wentworth Family Grocery on Route 1 in Northport. Consistently touted as an excellent source for a piled-high lobster roll (which costs well below what other places charge), the shack’s friendly owners will often come right out to the picnic tables to shoot the breeze with their customers. If traveling with a dog, a nice place to take a breather or pick up a pet treat is the meadowy grounds of Little River Veterinary Hospital off Route 1. A small oasis for stretching four legs. All summer long and into the fall, the views and food at Point Lookout are pretty much unbeatable. This Midcoast mountain retreat turned an under-used



baseball field nestled in the wooded acres of Ducktrap Mountain into a four-season, MOFGA-certified (Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association) organic farm for the public to enjoy, complete with friendly farm animals! Stop at one of their Open House Days to buy just-picked produce or make a reservation for their popular mountain-side Farm-to-Table dinners. If it’s fuzzy you like, stop at the Maine Alpaca Experience for luxury alpaca yarn, apparel and more, sourced from the alpacas at Northern Solstice Alpaca Farm in Unity. Feeling adventurous? Take the ferry at Lincolnville Beach to the island of Islesboro (a 30-minute trip) for a day of cycling. You can bring the car, bikes, or just hoof it over there. Or stick around the beach and wade in the shallows—Lincolnville has sand! If you've had enough sun, two places on the beach will show you why Maine provides endless material for artists and writers. Beyond The Sea Books and Gifts boasts an amazing collection of Maine authors and local artists that make up the thriving creative economy. Next

door, the Maine Artisans Co-operative Art Gallery offers the high-quality juried work from local artisans. Just west of Lincolnville Beach are the vast rolling fields of Cellardoor Winery. Enjoy a complimentary wine tasting and if you want to really be wowed, don't miss their annual culinary Smackdown, an over-the-top afternoon of food and wine pairings. On the same road as the winery sits the classic Youngtown Inn, where you can enjoy a crabapple Bellini in their cozy bar made from the crabapple trees lining the inn's property. Bay Leaf Cottage and Bistro, back on Route 1 in Lincolnville, offers group lobster dinners (not having to clean up is a bonus!) as well as seafood cooking classes using locally caught fish and shellfish. Stop at Dot's Market, for their slowmade gourmet take out dinners when you just don't feel like cooking. When the day is done, Merrybell Motel, reviewed as “a sweet little roadside motel located in a quiet, wooded country stretch” on TripAdvisor, will welcome you for a comfy overnight.



Fun groceries from Dot’s, lots and lots of overnight spots. The route south is full of color and camp.



Bayside, Northport



MARGARET’S 1 Oak Dr. (207) 441-2330

MAINE ALPACA EXPERIENCE 608 Atlantic Hwy (207) 356-4146

WENTWORTH FAMILY GROCERY 655 Atlantic Hwy (207) 338-1897

LINCOLNVILLE BEACH Atlantic Hwy (207) 789-5200

LITTLE RIVER VETERINARY HOSPITAL 1447 Atlantic Hwy (207) 338-2909

BEYOND THE SEA BOOKS AND GIFTS 2526 Atlantic Hwy (207) 789-5555

MAINE ARTISANS CO-OPERATIVE ART GALLERY 1 Atlantic Hwy (207) 789-5376 CELLARDOOR WINERY 367 Youngtown Rd. (207) 763-4478 YOUNGTOWN INN 581 Youngtown Rd. (207) 763-4290

BAY LEAF COTTAGE AND BISTRO 2372 Atlantic Hwy (207) 505-0458 DOT’S 2457 Atlantic Hwy (207) 706-7922 MERRYBELL MOTEL 561 Atlantic Hwy (207) 338-3018

POINT LOOKOUT 67 Atlantic Hwy (207) 789-2000



FINCH GALLERY Oils by local artist Jerri Finch

Tucked behind the iconic Consumers Fuel Company at the foot of Main Street and close to the bustling harbor and Penobscot Bay sits the Finch Gallery—a small gem embedded in the working waterfront. For decades painter Jerri Finch earned her stripes creating large, airbrushed acrylics for corporations, institutions and private collections across the country. But step inside the Gallery and it is quickly apparent Finch’s incarnation into the world of oils is centered on a sense of place. In this case Finch’s take on Belfast: the place she has called home for 35 years. And while Finch explores the delicate intricacies of summer gardens, the eeriness of a fog-drenched waterfront 14


or the solitude of an empty room: she is not interested in sentimentality. Her work is bold, graphic and arresting. Images leap from the canvas drenched in color and assertive brushstrokes. Finch delights equally in capturing the subtle moment before dusk blankets a thicket of trees or the blast of brightness coating a dinghy’s hull as the sun breaks through a cloud cover. Though Finch’s work is held in private collections and public buildings across the country including the Maine PUC, the State of Vermont, AIG in Hamilton Bermuda and the University of Maine, it is the personal connection made when meeting her collectors in the Gallery that she deeply enjoys. Last summer she shipped work north, south, east and west as well as witnessing her paintings find homes within minutes of the Gallery.

The Gallery, like Finch’s work, is seasonal. Once autumn frosts arrive, Finch retreats to her studio. By winter’s stride, she is in full creative force. When the ground thaws, Finch moves into her woodshop to construct frames for her paintings. By the time warm winds play on the Bay, The Finch Gallery—banners flying —opens it’s doors to summer and another season of welcoming new and old friends to a dynamic selection of signature oils, original greeting card posters and archival prints.

FINCH GALLERY Open 7 days a week 11am -5pm Thursday and Friday until 7pm June 23­—mid-September Also open by appointment 207-338-1060

Pleasant Bay by Linda Mahoney

Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce and The Belfast Parks and Recreation Department present

On the waterfront Steamboat Landing, Belfast


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OFF MAIN STREET Just off Main, are more reasons to stop, shop and visit with friendly, creative people who help make this one of the best places to live and work on earth! Here are a few spots to hit while you’re walking:



BELFAST FREE LIBRARY, 106 HIGH STREET, Free Internet, browsing news & magazines BELFAST HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM, 10 MARKET STREET, Treasure trove of historical artifacts

BELLABOOKS, 135 HIGH STREET, Independent bookseller with antiques mixed in COLONIAL THEATER, 163 HIGH STREET, Locally run community movie house re-built in the 1920s


DAILY SOUP, 118 HIGH STREET, Freshly prepared homemade soups, stews & more THE FINCH GALLERY, 16 MAIN STREET, Collection of original oils by the artist, prints, posters, cards & postcards SUSAN TOBEY WHITE, 149 HIGH STREET, Colorful artwork of all sizes

MAINE DAYSAIL & THE SCHOONER TIMBERWIND, BELFAST HARBORWALK, 2, 4 or 6-hour day sails along the coast MEANWHILE IN BELFAST, 2 CROSS STREET, Sourdough Neapolitan Pizzas NAUTICAL SCRIBE, 132 CHURCH STREET, Maritime books & art

OUT ON A WHIMSEY, 133 HIGH STREET, Imaginative gifts & toys SAIL LOCKER, 92 MAIN STREET, coastal-inspired gifts & decor

SIDECOUNTRY SPORTS, 161 HIGH STREET, Bicycles, skis, snowboards and more! PHOTO: CARLY ROBERTS

WILD COW CREAMERY, 31B FRONT STREET, Handmade all-natural ice cream








Historic site buffs will want to point their compass north to Prospect and the mysterious Fort Knox, 17 miles north of Belfast. Built out of granite as a military fortress in the mid-19th century, it's now known for its dark, spooky passageways, making it the site of "one of the best Halloween experiences in Maine." Connected to the Fort is the Penobscot Narrows Observatory—the highest bridge observatory in the U.S. Take the one-minute ride in the elevator to the top of the tower and you'll be rewarded with an unbelievable view of the Penobscot River Valley. South down Route 1 in Searsport is a blink-and-you'll miss-it sign to Sears Island, the largest undeveloped, uninhabited, causeway-accessible island on the east coast. Hike through the nature preserve's trails passed stone house ruins, wetlands, rugged cliffs and rocky beaches where rum-runners once used to drop off and hide smuggled liquor during Prohibition times.



Nearby, check out the Searsport Pines Golf Club, a public club where you can play nine holes in stunning scenery or sign up for their Sunday morning two-person scramble for a friendly competition. Winner buys brunch! A great indoor spot to visit on a rainy day in Searsport Village is the Penobscot Marine Museum, Maine's oldest maritime museum. Learn what sea captains in the mid-1800s brought back as gifts from the Orient and study other collections of maritime artifacts. The Village also has some neat curiosity shops, so take a stroll. You can take a heritage walking tour with The Museum in the Streets trail— follow signs along the streets to visit 17 historic places right in town! Heading back to Belfast, just slightly inland, is The Marsh River Co-op in Brooks, the best place to find fresh vegetables and local meats, along with original jewelry, wood crafts, fiber and fabric arts handcrafted items by

local artisans. "Maine's most scenic" Country View Golf Club is also in Brooks. It's worth a stop for its stunning views with 3,000 yards of forested course and reasonable green fees. Work up an appetite and hit the coast just north of Belfast before heading back over the bridge for a stop at treasured Young’s Lobster Pound on the harbor. A classic Maine shore dinner experience, it’s perfect for families and it’s BYOB! Picnic style with everything locally caught and prepared right there. Want to take home a little bit of Maine? The Lupine Cottage, a cool artists Coop features more than 65 artisans. Handmade high-quality gifts, galore! (Located just up the road, north of Young’s.) Or pick up some summer bounty each Friday at the Belfast Farmer's Market. Select award-winning artisan goat cheese from Appleton Creamery or shellfish, lobster and shrimp from Pemaquid Lobster and Seafood amongst their nearly 30 members/vendors.



US Rte 1, Stockton Springs

It’s hard to beat the view from the NARROWS. Follow it up with a walk through maritime history in Searsport, and fresh lobster by the bay at YOUNG's.



FORT KNOX 740 Ft Knox Rd. (207) 469-6553 PENOBSCOT NARROWS OBSERVATORY 711 Fort Knox Rd. (207) 469-6553 SEARS ISLAND Sears Island Rd. (855) 430-2882 SEARSPORT PINES GOLF CLUB 240 Mt Ephraim Rd. (207) 548-2854 PENOBSCOT MARINE MUSEUM 5 Church St. (207) 548-0334

THE MUSEUM IN THE STREETS (207) 354-0497 THE MARSH RIVER CO-OP 5 Veterans Hwy (207) 722-3053 COUNTRY VIEW GOLF CLUB 178 Moosehead Trail Hwy (207) 722-3161 YOUNG’S LOBSTER POUND 4 Mitchell St. (207) 338-1160 BELFAST FARMER’S MARKET 256 High St. (207) 450-8282


LUPINE COTTAGE 7 Old Searsport Ave. (207) 338-4300 LIBBY'S VARIETY 208 Main St. Stockton Springs (207) 567-8027 MAINELY POTTERY 181 Searsport Ave. Belfast (207) 338-1108 EAST SIDE GARAGE 4 Mill Lane, Belfast (207) 338-4131 PENOBSCOT BAY DENTISTRY 94 Searsport Ave. Belfast 207-(207) 338-1100

SHUTE'S SEAFOOD 6 McKenney Rd. Stockton Springs (207) 567-2027 RECLAIMED MAINE 57 Church St. Stockton Springs (207) 323-4251 CASTINE KAYAK ADVENTURES 17 Sea St. Castine (207) 866-3506 IRELAND HILL FARMS 361 Nickerson Rd. Swanville (207) 322-7625








Taking the unhurried back roads in fall/summer is one of the best ways to travel in Maine. Heading west on Route 3 out of Belfast—with turns on rural routes both north and south—you’ll find farmland expanses, livestock, rolling ridges and lots of roadside stands with home-grown or homemade treats and crafts. You can get your fix of unique quilts, unfinished furniture, baskets, doll clothes and jewelry, plus jams, jellies and maple syrup at Patchwork Plus in Searsmont, about 15 minutes due west of Belfast on Route 3. About 15 more minutes down the road is a pride of Waldo County, pristine Lake St. George in Liberty. About a mile past its State Park entrance you’ll hit Lori's Cafe on your left, located in a gas station plaza, a family-owned country restaurant known for their all-day breakfast. Locals say the dump truck breakfast is a musttry, especially with homemade bread. Head up Marshall Shore Road just before the cafe (turns into Stickney Hill Road), and go left at the top onto 220



North for a brew with a view at the tiny tasting room of Liberty Craft Brewing. Their Chupacabra Pale Ale goes down well as you admire the mountain ridges in front of you. And while you're doing a mini version of the Maine Beer Trail, make sure you check out the brand new family-friendly Thresher Brewing Co. in Searsmont as well. On the way, take a quick detour through Liberty Village, Route 173 where it hits Route 220. A hillside main street with just the basics—library and post office—the village of Liberty is known worldwide for a quirky old tool shop and a natural dye t-shirt design and printing company and outlet shop, Liberty Graphics, which offers a welcoming front porch and 50-cent cups of coffee. North of Liberty is Raven's Berry Farm in Freedom, a great place for some late summer picking of fresh wholesome locally grown raspberries and strawberries (but be aware their policy only allows families with small children to pick after 11 a.m.). The town

of Unity is home to Unity College, a small environmental school as well as a thriving Amish community. There’s the Amish Bakery and Community Market on Thorndike Road which sells the best breads, pies and treats you may ever eat. All natural. All by hand. Take in classic views of timeless rural living out this way. As you wind back toward Belfast, perhaps through Waldo, slow down for Weaver's Roadside Variety on Route 137, a classic Maine general store which Yelp reviewers call "the best kept secret in Belfast" for their donuts made fromscratch and gluten-free baked goods. For the kids, on the way back to Belfast via Route 3, stop at Seahorse Stables, a new, state-of-the-art, kid-friendly equestrian facility that offers horse shows open to the public as well as week-long camp for tweens. Before the stables in Belmont is family-owned Bahner Farm organic vegetable stand. Simply beautiful produce!


Liberty-Searsmont has one foot in the past, one foot right up to speed. Drive by an octagonal post office museum or sip a brown ale from Threshers Brewing Co.


278 Belfast Augusta Road



PATCHWORK PLUS 156 Belfast Augusta Rd. (207) 342-5016

THRESHERS BREWING CO. 22 Main St. (207) 975-3225

LAKE ST. GEORGE 278 Belfast Augusta Rd. (207) 589-4255

LIBERTY GRAPHICS 58 Main St. (207) 589-4596

LORI’S CAFE 504 Belfast Augusta Rd. (207) 589-4141

RAVEN’S BERRY FARM 127 Raven Rd. 207-382-6329

LIBERTY CRAFT BREWING 7 Coon Mountain Ln. (207) 322-7663

UNITY COLLEGE 90 Quaker Hill Rd. (207) 509-7100

AMISH BAKERY AND COMMUNITY MARKET 368 Thorndike Rd. (207) 948-4174 WEAVER’S ROADSIDE VARIETY 1386 Waterville Rd. (207) 342-5697 SEAHORSE STABLES 324 Belmont Ave. (207) 505-1618 BAHNER FARM 153 Augusta Rd. (207) 342-2592




CHAIRMAKERS American furniture. Handmade in Maine.

Located just six miles north of Camden on U.S. Route 1, Windsor Chairmakers has been a must-see destination for more than a quarter of a century. They have created the quintessential Yankee workshop on a historic 5 acre homestead.

The original old barn now serves as the workshop where you are invited to wander through and see one-of-akind pieces of furniture being made. While Windsor Chairmakers is famous for the craftsmanship and comfort of their Windsor chairs, you will also see the crew at work hand-crafting custom dining tables, beds, buffets, desks, chests, stools and other custom pieces. This gives you an opportunity to experience, first hand, the quality of construction and finishes found in all Windsor Chairmakers furniture.



The circa 1800 farmhouses welcomes visitors to explore over 15 rooms, all designed to showcase the traditional American furniture designed by founder, Jim Brown, and made on site. Each room displays furniture made in Tiger Maple, Cherry, Curly Birch and Walnut, an experience designed to inspire you when you choose your own custom furniture. The Shaker Gallery displays the furniture designed by Brown and based on authentic Shaker styles. The friendly and knowledgeable crew at Windsor Chairmakers invite you to

come and explore this special place. You can choose to purchase the perfect piece from the showroom, have a custom piece designed for you or just come by for a visit. You’ll find this business reflects the Brown’s philosophy about making furniture here in Maine: “Things are best kept simple.”

WINDSOR CHAIRMAKERS U.S. Route 1, 2596 Atlantic Highway Lincolnville, Maine 04849 207-789-5188

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2017 CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR THE BELFAST AREA AND ALL OF WALDO COUNTY Be sure you review the following calendar of events to take advantage of the numerous activities offered to residents and tourists year round.


Waterfall Arts

Belfast Farmers Market

The award-winning hub that is the original Belfast Farmers Market has provided a unique outlet for local small growers and food producers for nearly 40 years. Every item you see here was grown, raised, foraged or made by our own hands. From a single fresh-baked snack to your entire weeks groceries, you will find it here. Questions 207-322-0651 (Anne) Fridays 9am - 1pm Mid April- October (Waterfall Arts, 256 High Street) November – Mid April (Aubuchon Hardware, 231 Northport Ave.)

Experience Maritime Maine

Discover and experience the festivals and events, local foods, dramatic natural beauty, lighthouses, scenic byways, the arts and the coastal communities of maritime Maine.

Belfast Co-Op

The Co-op provides year-round educational community programming, including lectures, films, workshops, farm and producer tours, an organic native plant sale, and hosts local artwork in their Cafe Gallery. To see the complete list, please visit their site.

Creating Community in Harmony with Nature through the Transformative Power of the Arts. Feel the Power of Art! Year round exhibitions, events and art classes in multiple disciplines for adults and youth. Visit their website for more information on workshops and opportunities throughout the year. 256 High Street, Belfast 207-338-2222 |

Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours

Join us for a unique networking opportunity. We partner with a business to host this monthly meet and greet. Good food, good friendship, prizes, announcements and so much more. Typically the fourth Wednesday of the month, except around the holidays or special occasion. 207-338-5900 |

BCC Boost: Professional Development Series

Professional Development Series geared towards creative entrepreneurs across Waldo County. Topics include: social media marketing, health insurance for artists, small business growth, etc. For more information, please visit our website.

Maine Alpaca Experience

Maine’s largest Farmers Market. 30,000 square foot indoor facility. Fresh local Maine made Produce, Products, Prepared Foods & Artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill. 18 Spring Street (1 block from Main St.) 207-323-5679 Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm |

Explore the Maine Alpaca Experience in Northport, which provides year round educational programs for all ages on alpacas, an open space for knitters, spinners, fiber artists, and a retail gallery with beautiful alpaca products and knitting supplies. Also included in the gallery are local photographs from Oakleaf Studios and free wine tasting from Younity Winery. To see Events going on throughout the year, please visit our website. 207-356-4146

Cultivate: Farm & Arts Trail

Cold Comfort Theater Productions

United Farmers Market of Belfast

Self guided tour! Map of Waldo County Cultural sites, along with farms and art studios that are open to visitors. Maps available online and at the Belfast Chamber & Information Center. 14 Main St, Belfast

Beautiful, Joyous, Thought provoking Theater all year long in beautiful Belfast Maine. Aynne Ames 207-930-7244 for information and dates


DAILY TOURS 9am -12pm & 1pm- 4pm NIGHT PADDLES in Maine’s Bioluminescent Bay, Castine, ME 207-866-3506 17 Sea St., 22




Fourth Friday Art Walks - Belfast Arts Live Street Performers, open galleries May through September, 2017 Holiday Art Walk Dec. 2nd, 2017. Downtown Belfast, Maine

Susan Tobey White

Ongoing Acrylic Painting Classes and Workshops. Summer Plein Air Wednesdays open to all. Susan is well know for her generous and encouraging teaching style. 149 High Street, Belfast 207-322-1699 3/17 - 11/17

Free Community Suppers

Belfast United Methodist Church 207-338-5575, 23 Mill Lane, Belfast 1st Saturday of each month, 5:00 p.m. March 2017 - November 2017

Downeast Auctions

DownEast Auctions holds monthly Coin, Currency & General antique auctions on Saturdays. 328 E. Main St. Searsport Info at: (207) 548-2393 May 2017 - October 2017


Belfast Garden Club Open Garden Days: 12th Annual Tour Season

The opportunity to visit Waldo County private gardens and farms on Fridays between 10 to 4, begins June 16th and ends August 18th. No tour July 7th. Tickets available at tour location or Left Bank Books in Belfast. Visit our website for descriptions of weekly tours. FMI: Marj Stickler 207-338-5059 or Anne-Marie Nolin 207-218-1078. 6/16/17 - 8/18/17

Point Lookout Farm to Table Dinners

Point Lookout extends a wide open welcome to lovers of fresh food, with the ultimate in farm-to-table dinner events that should be a “must” on your bucket-list. Dinner is served family-style in a festive greenhouse venue on the Farm at Point Lookout. These events offer a lively and intimate celebration of eating locally and eating well. Tickets can be purchased online. 7/21/17, 8/18/17, 9/8/17

Belfast Summer Nights, Music in the streets of Belfast

Outdoor summer music series, downtown Belfast every Thursday evening from 5:30 to 7:30pm. Free/donations. Bring your folding chairs and dancing shoes!! Locations vary but in Downtown Historic Belfast. Check their Facebook page for details. 6/29/17 – 8/24/17

Real Estate

& Property Management

Sales Rentals Tenant Placement Check-A-Home Sam Mehorter 207-338-3949

Finch Gallery

16 Main Street,Belfast, Maine. Opening June 23 – Mid September. Open 7 days a week 11:00-5:00, Thursday and Friday open until 7:00pm 207-338-1060  

Summer Stable Show: Land and Sea

With new works by Julie Cyr, Sheep Jones, Christian O’Connor, Lou Schellenberg, and many others. Exhibit runs from July 3-October 5. Artist Talks @ 5:00pm, followed by Opening Reception 5:30-8:00pm, Friday July 28, during Belfast Art Walk. (There will also be an Art Walk on Friday August 25 & September 22, 5:30-8:00pm).


Fire & Ice Outdoor Event, Point Lookout

Kick off the 2017 Toboggan National Championship weekend with an outdoor open air event at Point Lookout. Bonfire, food and libations. Go online to view special weekend package rates and information about the event. 207-789-2000 2/10/17

Living and working in Rural Maine has never been easier!

Camden Conference

Camden conference is a unique opportunity to learn about and explore major issues in World affairs. 2/17/17-2/19/17

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: Bangor Saving Bank and Our Town Belfast 7 Belmont Ave, Belfast, ME 04915 For more information: 338-5900 2/22/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Holistic Health Weekend

Psychic –Medium Readings, Table tipping, Gallery Readings, Reikie Healings,Workshops, Vendors , Great food and discounted lodging. Belfast Breeze Inn, 192 Northport Ave, Belfast For more information: 207-505-5231 3/3/17-3/5/17

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2017 Chamber Business After Hours: Robin’s Nest Consignment 169 Searsport Ave For more information: 338-5900 3/22/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Belfast Senior College

Lou Schellenberg

The Spring Semester: Thursdays, March 23 - April 27. For information and class schedule: 207-338-8033  Office: University of Maine Hutchinson Center, Thursdays, 10 am - 1 pm | 

Waldo County YMCA 38th Annual  St. George River Race 

Sheep Jones

Registration 8:30 – 10:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. start Cost is $20 per paddler Searsmont Methodist Church Route 131, Searsmont, Maine Course:  Starts at St. George Bridge in Searsmont Village. Three miles of dead water, 1 mile of rapids, 2 miles of dead water and curves with one Class III drop.  Class II – III rapids (plus or minus depending on the water level.) 207.338.4598 03/25/17, 11:00 a.m. Start  |


Waldo County YMCA 44th Annual Passagassawakeag River Race 

Christopher O’Connor

Registration 8:30 – 10:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. start Cost is $20 per paddler Starts at the Littlefield Farm. The first mile is flat water with many curves, passing under a cement bridge to another mile of flat water followed by a short stretch of Class II rapids. A two-mile stretch of flat water to Rolerson’s bridge, then Class I, II and III whitewater for a mile and a half, leading to a flat water stretch to the finish. 207.338.4598 04/01/17, 11:00 a.m. Registration: 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. |

Easter at Point Lookout

Celebrate Easter with Brunch at The Summit. Seatings from 10:30am-2:30pm, call for reservations 207-789-2000. 4/16/17

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: Windsor Chairmakers

Julie Cyr

2596 Atlantic Highway, Lincolnville, Maine 04849 For more information: 338-5900 4/26/17 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Culture and Cuisine Tasting Event

Tea: Culture and Cuisine Tasting Event At The Treasured Leaf Tea Company Join us as we explore the world of tea through tea tastings and food pairing. $5.00 admission. 158 High Street, Belfast 207-930-5534 5/7/17, Noon – 3:00 PM Dahlov Ipcar

Buy local art, support local farms

97 Main St., Belfast ME 24


Belfast Garden Club Green Thumb Plant Sale

Belfast Garden Club’s annual plant sale will be held on Saturday May 20th at the Belfast Boathouse. Come early and enjoy this popular gardening event. FMI call Bonnie Irwin at 207-703-9057 5/20/17, 9:00 a.m. - Noon

All Roads Music Festival

All Roads Music Festival in Belfast again in 2017! The All Roads Music Festival is an annual festival held each May in Belfast, Maine. The festival is a celebration of local and indie music talent that brings some of Maine’s finest emerging musicians under one banner in a city known for its passionate support of the arts and locally grown creative talent. Performances and special events are held in multiple venues throughout the downtown Belfast. May 20th, 2017 in Belfast, Maine! 5/20/17

Waldo County YMCA 8th Annual Family Triathlon Festival 

With a trio of races, chip timed adult sprint and junior mini-sprint and kids in the afternoon, it is a fantastic event for the whole family! 207.338.4598 05/20/17

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: TBD 247 US route 1 Stockton Springs For more information: 338-5900 5/24/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Waterfall Arts: Seesaw: Anna Hepler and Karen Gelardi   

Maine artists Karen Gelardi and Anna Hepler share an interest in textiles, printmaking, and making artwork that crosses the boundaries between two and three-dimensions. Seesaw highlights their rich and intertwined language of form, surface, and process with sculptures made from ceramic, fabric, paper, and images both sewn and printed.  Opening Reception: Friday May 26 from 5 to 8 pm 256 High Street, Belfast 207-338-2222 5/26/17- 7/21/17 |

Penobscot Marine Museum

Penobscot Marine Museum is open seven days a week from May 27 to October 15, 2017 with an opening Reception Friday, May 26, 2017, 5pm to 7pm.  PMM’s 2017 exhibit is The Net Result: Our Evolving Fisheries. Searsport, ME 207-548-2529  5/26/17, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Belfast Ukulele Festival

Ukulele workshops and performances from nationally-renowned Uke players at Steamboat Landing and the Belfast Boathouse. For more information Belfast Parks and Rec. 207-338-3370 6/3/17 (All Day)

United Farmers Market of Belfast

Maine’s largest Farmers Market. 30,000 square foot indoor facility. Fresh local Maine made Produce, Products, Prepared Foods & Artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill. 18 Spring Street (1 block from Main St.) 207-323-5679 Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm |

Belfast Historical Society & Museum

Opening for the season. The Belfast Museum opens on Saturday June 10. Exhibits include: Notable People, Maritime History, Made in Belfast, Crime and Punishment and the 1864 Civil War Soldiers Quilt. We tell the story of Belfast! A children’s activity is available. For more information about museum hours and programs visit our website. Contact: 207 338-9229 6/10/17, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m |

Belfast has Pride Festival and Parade

For details: 6/10/17

Anah Shrine Ceremonial Weekend June 16-18th 2017

Anah Ceremonial Parade June 17th 2017 at 1pm. Route to be determined. 6/16/17 – 6/17/17

Trek Across Maine

friendly event. rain or shine. Admission is free and parking is available throughout the city. At Steamboat landing park, Belfast 207-338-5900 7/08/17 - 7/9/17, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

139 Searsport Ave , Belfast, Me 04915 For more information: 338-5900 6/28/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Maine Celtic Celebration

America's Songs performed by Cold Comfort Singers At Park on Main Street , Free 7/04/17, 12:00 PM

United Farmers Market of Belfast

Maine’s largest Farmers Market. 30,000 square foot indoor facility. Fresh local Maine made Produce, Products, Prepared Foods & Artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill. 18 Spring Street (1 block from Main St.) 207-323-5679 Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm |

22nd Annual Arts in the Park

One of the most scenic waterfront venues in Midcoast Maine is turned into a feast for the eyes with more than 80 fine artists and artisans displaying their beautiful artwork. Browse and shop for unique gifts for family, friends, or yourself! Enjoy delicious food - wood-fired pizza, strawberry shortcake, ice cream, fish ‘n’ chips ... while one of the bands plays nearby. This is a family friendly and pet

The Maine Celtic Celebration is a family oriented celebration of the rich Celtic heritage, culture, and hospitality found along the coast of Maine. The cultural celebration features Celtic inspired games, music, dancing and food. The event runs all weekend July 14 – 16, 2017 and offers traditional music and dancing on two stages.. Saturday also features the Kilted Canter 5K Road Race through Belfast "Where the pleats meet the streets!” Sunday’s popular highlight is the New World Cheese Roll Championships, a series of competitive downhill races where participants chase a rolling wheel of cheese. Show off your Celtic breed dog at the Maine Celtic Celebration! All dogs and their owners are cordially invited to join an opening parade around the Celebration site on July 16th. Following the parade, dog owners will show and tell about their dogs on the Steamboat Stage. Traditional Highland Heavy Games will occupy Steamboat Landing on Sunday. Anyone is welcome to join competition for a $10 entry fee. Admission to the Maine Celtic Celebration is free, but a $10 donation is suggested to keep the Celebration coming to you in the future. More information is available 207-338-2692. 7/14/17– 7/16/17











Cycle 180 miles with the American Lung Association in support of lung health on Father’s Day Weekend. Volunteer opportunities are available in Belfast on Sunday, June 18! Gale Auclair: 207-624-0302, 6/16/17 - 6/18/17, 7:00 a.m.

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: The Wentworth Event Center




Cycle or volunteer with us in the fight against lung disease!

Open 7 days

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North Atlantic Blues Festival

The North Atlantic Blues Festival is an annual two-day blues music festival featuring national blues performers and considered one of the most prestigious on the East Coast. The festival is held at the Public Landing in Rockland, Maine, overlooking the picturesque Rockland Harbor. Some of the top names in blues music have been featured at this prestigious East Coast festival. In addition to all day live entertainment, the festival has vendors selling a wide array of food, drinks and crafts 207-596-6055 7/15/17 - 7/16/17

The 2017 Beyond the Sea Book Festival at Lincolnville Beach

Dozens of Maine authors in attendance for signings and discussion. Complementary parking for festival only at Chez Michel Restaurant. Beyond the Sea 2526 Atlantic Highway Lincolnville, ME  04849 (207) 789-5555 7/22/17, 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 pm

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: Prays Homes 218 Congress Street, Belfast, Maine For more information: 338-5900 7/26/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Our Town Belfast Annual Street Party

Each year the first Monday in August means a party in the streets complete with live music, DJ dance party, bounce houses, climbing wall, and additional carnival-style fun and food.  Free admission - bracelets and tickets sold for rides. Rain date next sunny day. 207-218-1158 8/7/17, 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. |

United Farmers Market of Belfast

Maine’s largest Farmers Market. 30,000 square foot indoor facility. Fresh local Maine made Produce, Products, Prepared Foods & Artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill. 18 Spring Street (1 block from Main St.) 207-323-5679 Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm |

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Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show

If you love the coast of Maine, you won't want to miss this high-summer event! Each year we gather Maine's finest artists, architects, boatbuilders, craftsmen, designers, furniture makers, jewelers, and marine gear vendors together in ONE place at ONE time! Meet them in person at the 15th Annual Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show. On the waterfront in Rockland, Maine (Harbor & Buoy parks) 8/11/17 – 8/13/17

8th Annual Belfast Harbor Fest

Three-day event on Belfast’s Waterfront: Friday starts with a Launch Party featuring some of Maine’s best bands. Saturday is highlighted by the National Boatbuilding Challenge. Teams build a boat in four hours, then launch and row it to be sure it floats. Enter or just come watch the fun. Come Boating! holds its 17th Annual Rowing Regatta. Other events include the 5K Bug (Lobster) Run, blueberry pancake breakfast, Kid’s Activities, Live Music, and MUCH, MUCH more!! The Cardboard Boat Challenge returns! Fire up your creativity, put a team together and build a cardboard boat! Challenge your colleagues, your competitors, your neighbors and have fun building and racing a cardboard boat. Win the trophy for most creative, best team spirit, and most spectacular sinking! 8/18/17 - 8/20/17, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Habitat for Humanity Lobster Gala

Enjoy a great dinner and blues on the shore and help raise money to construct homes. Lobster or steak dinner with chips, corn on the cob and homemade pies $25; Hamburger or Hot Dog plates $10.Proceeds benefit

Habitat Waldo County. Habitat for Humanity's Lobster Gala will be Sunday, Aug. 20, from noon to 3 pm. Steamboat Landing, Belfast. 8/20/17, 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: Maine Alpaca Experience 608 Atlantic Highway, Northport For more information: 338-5900 8/23/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

September Passy Pete

Come join us at the Belfast Waterfront Labor day as the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce presents Passy Pete the Clairvoyant Crustacean. Will Passy predict an early winter of 6 more weeks of summer? Belfast Harbor, 207-338-5900 9/4/17, 10:00 a.m.

United Farmers Market of Belfast

Maine’s largest Farmers Market. 30,000 square foot indoor facility. Fresh local Maine made Produce, Products, Prepared Foods & Artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill. 18 Spring Street (1 block from Main St.) 207-323-5679 Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm |

Fiber College

Held at Searsport Shores Ocean Campground. This annual fiber festival celebrates the fiber arts in all forms. Fiber artists, crafters, farmers and students gather together for a week of casual fiber classes, time with friends old and new, live animals and good food.. Everyone is Welcome to attend. Maine Indian and Somalian Basket Makers 216 West Main Street Searsport, 207-548-6059 9/9/17 - 9/10/17, 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. |

Senior College

The Fall Semester: For information and class schedule Phone: 207-338-8033  Office: University of Maine Hutchinson Center, Thursdays, 9/14 - 10/19, 10am - 1pm 

Waterfall Arts: Our Sense of Home, Corridor Gallery

Opening Reception: Friday, Sept. 22 from 5 to 8 pm Maine artist Susan Smith creates socially engaged projects, and has coordinated an installation of mass produced house forms, which she distributed to local schools, colleges, homeless service centers, food banks, nursing homes and libraries.  Participants use the basic house to create art pieces that show their interpretation of “home”. 256 High Street, Belfast, 207-338-2222 9/22/17 – 11/17/17 |

Old Time Music Festival

Celebrate American string music and the cultures that created these traditions. Musicians and lovers of old time music gather for playing, sharing, and listening. Events include workshops, performances, gospel morning play around and lots of old time jamming. Sponsored by the Old Time Music Players of Maine (OTMPM) and hosted by Ocean Campground in Searsport, ME. Starts at 4PM on the 22nd thru 2PM on the 24th 216 West Main Street Searsport, 207-548-6059 9/22/17 - 9/24/17

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: Northport Golf Club 581 Bluff road, Northport For more information: 338-5900 9/22/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Pickles, Preserves, and Pies Annual Harvest Festival

In support of Lincolnville Student Scholarships. Community vendors selling homemade pickles, preserves and pies. Pickling and Preserving Classes taught by Maine Extension Service. Awards for "best" pickles, preserves and pies! Lincolnville. 10/07/17, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

2nd Annual Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations 10/8/17 - 2:00pm Circle of Sharing at the Gazebo near the Boathouse: bring a poem or story honoring indigenous people - read, recite, or just come to listen! Rain or shine. 10/8/17 - 6:00pm Documentary Film in the Abbott Room, Belfast Free Library: "Quaker Indian Boarding Schools" Documentary film and discussion in the Belfast Library Abbott 10/9/17 - 4:00pm Indigenous Peoples Day presentation in the Abbott Room, Belfast Free Library For more information: 207 338 1502 10/8/17– 10/9/17

The 14th Annual Belfast Poetry Festival:

Literary showcase, short film and video art festival, variety show, art exhibit, workshops, and panel discussion at various venues around Belfast. 10/13/17 - 10/14/17, Friday evening Saturday all day (10am-10pm) |

8th Annual Knitmaine-ia Fashion Show

Celebrate local knit and crochet artists in a vibrant runway show.. Admission is $12 adults $6 children under 12. Sponsored by the Women of St. Margaret’s. All proceeds benefit New Hope for Women. Facebook; Knitmaine-ia Fashion Show. 978-325-0045 10/15/17, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

15th Annual Waldo County Pie & Story Festival

Jennifer Armstrong will bring together story-tellers and musicians, along with a few surprises, to the 15th annual family fun afternoon of music, stories and lots and lots of pie. Admission is free, pies are $1 a slice. Belfast Boathouse. 322-2265 or 338-6410 10/15/17, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

United Farmers Market of Belfast

Maine’s largest Farmers Market. 30,000 square foot indoor facility. Fresh local Maine made Produce, Products, Prepared Foods & Artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill. 18 Spring Street (1 block from Main St.) 207-323-5679 Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm |

Harvest Festival

Join Parks and Recreation and the Belfast Chamber of Commerce at the Steamboat Landing for this fun family event. Ukes, Dance, Singing, Pumpkin Carving, face painting. Limited seating Bring your own chair. Featuring Pumpkin carving and family games. For more information call the Chamber office: 207-338-5900 10/15/17

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: SERVPRO of Belfast/Camden/Rockland & Horch Roofing

134 Waldo Ave. (between Perry's Qwik-Stop and route 1) For more information: 338-5900 10/25/17 , 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce 57th Annual Awards Dinner

Belfast Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner. Point Lookout Resort and Conference Center, Lincolnville, ME. You don’t want to miss this one! 207-338-5900 for tickets and information. 11/10/17, 5:00 p.m.

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: Rollie’s & Shrine Club

Shrine Club, 20 Northport Ave, Belfast, Maine. Always a favorite event. 338-5900 11/15/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

United Farmers Market of Belfast

Maine’s largest Farmers Market. 30,000 square foot indoor facility. Fresh local Maine made Produce, Products, Prepared Foods & Artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill. 18 Spring Street (1 block from Main St.) 207-323-5679 Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm |


Waterfall Arts: HANDMADE

Annual affordable alternative art + craft sale. Opening Reception: Friday Dec. 1, 5 to 8 pm Our curated, highly popular arts and craft extravaganza. We display new work from over 100 contemporary crafters and artists, perfect for gift giving and receiving.  256 High Street, Belfast, 207-338-2222 12/1/17 - 12/23/17 |

United Farmers Market of Belfast

Maine’s largest Farmers Market. 30,000 square foot indoor facility. Fresh local Maine made Produce, Products, Prepared Foods & Artisans. Communal eating area with panoramic views of Penobscot Bay & Blue Hill. 18 Spring Street (1 block from Main St.) 207-323-5679 Saturdays 9:00am - 1:00pm |

Holidays on the Harbor

Join the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce in celebrating the Season. Lighted trees line Harbor Walk, Santa’s arrival by Boat in the harbor, and family fun with Santa at the boat house. For more information call the Chamber office: 207-338-5900 12/9/17

Community Holiday Concert

Belfast Area High School and Band performing in the Boathouse. 12/10/17, 2:00 p.m.

Community Menorah Lighting

We are celebrating the season with our Annual Community Menorah Lighting on Dec. 12th. There will be traditional Chanukah snacks and a program of remarks and music which will begin at 3:30pm.  The Menorah will be lit at sundown, 4:01pm.  People of all beliefs are invited to attend this community event. 12/12/17

2017 Chamber Business After Hours: Camden National Bank 156 Main Street, Belfast, Maine. 12/12/17, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

21st Annual New Year’s By The Bay

Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018! Celebration with events all around town. Music, dancing, magic, food, and more in a family-friendly, chem-free environment. March to the Bonfire by the Bay with accompaniment by the Drum and Rabble Corps. Purchase a Button for entry to all events. Adults $20, Youth $5, under 5 FREE. Join us in this favorite local event to ring out the old year and bring in the new. 207-323-1748 (price subject to change) 12/31/17, 2:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m.




Music to our ears. by Arielle Greenberg Bywater

From the harbor to Frye or Haystack mountains, it’s clear that the hills of Waldo County are alive with the sound of music. PHOTO: GEORGES NASHAN




MIDCOAST MAINE is a musical crossroads: we borrow Acadian traditions from Canada and Down East, combine them with American country, blues and folk heritages native to rural communities, and even blend them with the latest urban sounds. The result is a diverse music scene sure to please, and even surprise, any listener.

LEAKY BOOT JUG BAND AMERICANA The Leaky Boot Jug Band grew out of an open jam at Neal Parent’s Belfast photography gallery and makes rollicking, rootsy, heartfelt Americana in the vein of the Grateful Dead and Gillian Welch. Performing with a host of instruments including cowbell, washboard and harmonica, the band prefers local, outdoor venues, under the moon and by the sea, where both band and audience can go where the musical spirit moves them. The main goal of the group has always been enjoying good company. As vocalist Annadeene Fowler says, “there’s an amazing connection that happens with my band-mates when we get into a particularly driving groove.” “We like to howl,” says guitarist Russ Lloyd with a smile.

ADONIS RISING ROCK Adonis Rising is a five-piece group from Lincolnville that turns it up to volume eleven. They cite 90s alternative as their key influence: lead singer Paul Anthony Yeaton’s vocals bring to mind the psychedelic sound of the Stone Temple Pilots. But their appeal is wide.


Leaky Boot Jug Band is: James Bryant, jug; Annadeene Fowler, vocals; Tom Fowler, Mandolin, vocals; Jon Kerr, Banjo, vocals; Russ Lloyd, guitar, vocals; Dan Miller, congas, washboard, cowbell, bass, vocals; Sean Ociepka, bass; Neal "Harpo" Parent, harmonica, vocals.

“My girlfriend’s kindergartners got one of the first CDs we made. They listened to it every day in the car on the way to school,” says Yeaton. “We also have fans in Sweden and Denmark, and have sold more copies of our albums there than anywhere. One of our biggest fans is in the military, stationed in Stockholm, has bought every single thing of ours he could get his hands on.” Their devoted fans clearly love Adonis Rising’s commitment to their genre. “We just want to be good at playing rock,” say Yeaton. “Groups like the Foo Fighters don’t claim to be anything more than they are: just a straight down the middle rock n’ roll band.”




Adonis Rising is: Paul Anthony Yeaton, lead vocals; Ian Maddocks, lead guitar; Dan Mathews, bass; Mark Elwell, drums/percussion. BELFAST SUMMER NIGHTS Seasonal Thursday night concert series at various locations around downtown Belfast. BOWEN’S TAVERN Live bands, DJs and one of the area’s only karaoke nights at this biker bar and grill. BROOKS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES New in 2016, monthly all-day music festivals featuring local bands in Brooks Community Park. CELLARDOOR WINERY Special events like a “red red wine” night with UB40 amidst elegant vineyard surroundings in Lincolnville. COMMON GROUND COUNTRY FAIR Three days and multiple stages of bluegrass, folk and sacred music acts at this festival of all things organic in Unity each September. FREE RANGE MUSIC SERIES An evolving celebration of the latest in independent music by national artists, held in various venues throughout the year. FRONT STREET PUB Waterfront drinking hole with island, country-and-western, and other themed dance nights in Belfast. MAINE CELTIC CELEBRATION Internationally acclaimed Celtic musicians along the Belfast waterfront in mid-July.




MUSIC BY THE BAY Jazz evenings in the lounge, jug band BBQ nights and other special events at Conte’s Italian and seafood restaurant at the Belfast Breeze Inn. NORTH ATLANTIC BLUES FESTIVAL Annual two-day blues music festival featuring national blues performers. OLD TIME MUSIC CAMPOUT American String Band music yearly event each fall on the ocean side in Searsport. THREE TIDES A wide range of live musical acts, from low-key funk to rock to blues, at a hip brewery and bar overlooking the Belfast harbor. UNITY COLLEGE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Nationally renowned bluegrass, ragtime. BELFASTMAINE.ORG



C O N C E P TA INSPIRATIONAL Born and raised in South Africa, entrepreneur and vocalist Concepta’s music is rooted in her Christian faith. While she has performed at church events and coffee houses in the region and recorded many beloved Christmas songs, her primary goal is to reach others through the uplifting messages in her lyrics. “I’m a singer, but my other work—as a life coach, speaker and manager of an online clothing boutique—all connect to a bigger picture, which is empowering and inspiring young women to love and respect themselves,” she says. She plans to keep recording and releasing more original material, always with the goal of offering better options for girls.






Juke Rockets are: Carlene Thornton Perkins, vocals; Ron Casillo, guitar; Steve Mellor, bass & vocals; Tim Woitowitz, drums & vocals; Billy Rhythm, drums and vocals.



Whether you’re visiting town for a summer festival or seeking out a cabin fever reliever in the middle of a snowy winter, get out and see and support our local bands. WE HAVE HEART, WE HAVE SOUL, we have character, volume and vibe.

Even this far north, you can get down to Delta and Chicago blues with the Juke Rockets, a “high octane” band with a decade-long history and a dedication to giving back to the community via benefit shows. “There are so many people in our area who don’t have their own homes, enough to eat, health care—things that we in the band enjoy. If we can use our talents to help raise money to make a difference for someone in need, it’s our responsibility to do so,” says Steve Mellor, a founder of the group and its bassist. Founded as a garage blues band in Morrill, the group plays parties all over the state. “We love when our audiences dance with reckless abandon,” says Mellor. “It means that we’ve helped them forget their jobs and their weekly routine. For this song, they are just enjoying the moment.”






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Belfast Bay Shade Co. is a true Belfast original. Started in 2013 by husband and wife team of artist and electrician, Dina Petrillo and Ryan Herz, the company has roots in a long dynamic dance of creative impulse and practicality. Perched at the top of city center is Belfast’s historic post office and the home of Belfast Bay Shade Co. More than a decade ago the building’s second floor was transformed into a mixed-media teaching studio for work in silver, plaster, clay, metals, glass and encaustic… and the Post Office Studio Workshop was conceived. Envisioned as a space that would nourish collaborations among thinkers and makers, it yielded novel and enduring partnerships. As a materials laboratory, experimentation with a wild array of materials—ranging from the organic and home grown to the mechanical and industrial—collided with traditional printmaking techniques on 34


etching presses...this produced some surprising results…and so BBSC was born. Ascending the post office stairs, you will find yourself in a magical world of glowing color, pattern and shape – fine art prints and brilliant fabrics infuse everything from light sculptures to table linens, shoji room screens to floor clothes and pillows—portable lamps and built-in fixtures—lighting design for ceiling, window, wall and floor and a multitude of lampshades!!! “Dina’s aesthetic seems emancipated from stylistic norms”, says Larraine Brown. “Her curious fusion of human, plant and machine traverses cultures and timebound traditions with ease. Belfast Bay has produced an eclectic pastiche of design, object and application that is singular.” Petrillo says, “The journey will always be about collaboration and making new ideas, and I do mean ‘ideas’, objects are

just the essential vehicle albeit...I am thoroughly committed to ‘things’ being useful, ‘illuminating’—metaphorically and physically. What we interact with on a daily basis should have as much life in it as we can muster.” With beauty and utility at a premium, Belfast Bay started offering on-site design consults and electrical installations in 2015. Customers are at the heart of Belfast Bay, “The folks who are going to bring these objects into their homes and workplaces give us invaluable feedback, everyday we are compelled to make new designs... and this is wondrous!” BELFAST BAY SHADE CO. Top Floor post office PO Box 205, Belfast, ME (207) 735-8237


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MUSEUM TRAIL By Sarah Cottrell

We tend to think of museums as spaces where history goes to retire. In Midcoast Maine, we are lucky to have a variety of captivating museums run by smart and passionate folks who work hard to bring Maine’s history to life through hands-on learning that embraces community and Maine culture.

Whether you are into lighthouses or trains, fine art or rare toys, we have an impressive line-up of some of Maine’s coolest museums all located within an easy drive of Belfast, Maine. Make this your family’s museum bucket list and prepare for a fun journey through the rich history of beautiful mid-coast Maine.

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1 BELFAST HISTORICAL SOCIETY Not only is the Belfast Historical Museum a fantastic place to see cool artifacts of Belfast's past, but they have extensive archives and collections for research.


Belfast, Maine With 30 beautiful images of Belfast’s maritime history dotting the port city’s streets, anyone can take a self-guided tour that will wind them through the rich history and amazing neighborhoods of Belfast.

3 BELFAST & MOOSEHEAD LAKE RAILROAD From Memorial Day through October, folks can enjoy old-fashioned train rides on vintage GE 70-ton diesel electric locomotives from the Belfast City Point station west to Waldo. A train from Unity heads to Belfast as well and takes visitors to The Common Ground Fair in September.

4 PENOBSCOT MARINE MUSEUM The romantic history of Maine's maritime past comes alive at this remarkable museum that is housed in eight different buildings in its own Seacoast Village located in Searsport, Maine.

5 GRINDLE POINT SAILOR'S MUSEUM AND LIGHTHOUSE Just a short ferry ride from Lincolnville Beach to Islesboro, visitors can check out the rich maritime history of surrounding this historic 1874 lighthouse and see an amazing collection of antique maritime artifacts.

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ro A tool, art, and regional history museum located above the Liberty Graphics store that’s dedicated to recovery, display, and interpretation of hand tools used in Maine and New England's maritime culture. (Lots of other odd stuff up there, too!)

7 BRYANT’S STOVE + MUSIC MUSEUM Run by the charming and entertaining Joy Bryant and his wife Bae, this stove museum features antique woodstoves from 1750’s-1850’s. Being serious, and somewhat competitive collectors they also have a huge array of dolls, toys and even antique cars. This treasure in Thorndike, Maine cannot be missed!



Photos from Left: Heather Frederick, Dan Miller, Suzette McAvoy, Linden Frederick


B E E N F R O M “A W AY ” O N C E U P O N A T I M E , W H Y T H E Y M O V E D T O T H E B E L FA S T A R E A . H E R E ’ S W H AT T H E Y H A D T O S AY. . .


Gallery Director, VoxPhotographs Art gallery owner Heather Frederick and her husband Linden moved to the Belfast area in 1989 from Connecticut in search of a place that had the makings for a high quality of life. "Once we saw the midcoast of Maine, the choice was easy," Heather said. With minds made up, the couple, purchased 10 acres of land in Northport and built a carefully planned house and studio before relocating to Belfast in 2004. When asked how she would sum up Belfast in a single word, Heather offered several: "Peaceful, safe,” and continued on to say, “The quiet, gracious residential streets are what I think of coming home to. That said, that gorgeous harbor is where they all lead!"


Founder, Belmont Boatworks “Living and working on boats, we had been up and down the east coast several times. We landed in Liberty first. When we started shopping for a house, we were burning grooves in Route 3 getting home four or fives times a day. We were attracted to Belfast because of its working waterfront, sense of community, and the kid's school. We stay here because the community is great, our kids have strong roots here, and it's our home in every romantic sense of the word.  The creative community in the Belfast area is a huge part of the equation too. I love how it is everywhere. Music and art are on the surface and at the core of almost everything here.”


Executive Director, Chief Curator Center for Maine Contemporary Art  No stranger to the Maine arts scene, Suzette McAvoy is what you might call a pivotal force in advancing contemporary art in Maine. Suzette and her husband settled in Belfast as a matter of convenience as their jobs are in opposite directions. “We needed a place that could meet all of our needs and cut down on our commute time.” The choice turned out well. It was not long before the couple fell under the charm of Belfast and, as Suzette explained, "Belfast became our home. When we travel we miss it." What is the first thing she does when she returns from a trip? "I like to sit in my garden where I can relax," she said, adding that she also loves and appreciates "how much this community embraces and encourages the arts; that is a wonderful thing!"

L I ND E N F RE DERI CK Realist painter

Well known for his masterful paintings of scenes of small-town America and everyday places, artist Linden Frederick said Belfast inspired his creativity. "I like Belfast for the mix of people who were either born here or moved here. They have influenced each other in the right ways. I also like the concentration of the Arts and creative people." Frederick's paintings often depict quiet scenes that would be familiar to anyone in Belfast, such as a local eatery at night or a farm house with a long dirt road. So it was fitting when asked what he thought was Belfast's best-kept secret Linden responded, "The walk from the boathouse to the end of the foot bridge." TOP LEFT PHOTO: FULL MOON, BARBARA WEST




The Belfast region is full of artists of all types, and many of them are under four feet tall! The creative spirit thrives in this area, crayons and markers and glue. PHOTO: YOUNGSTERS MAKING MASKS AT WATERFALL ARTS. PHOTO: BRIDGET MATROS



Those of us who call Belfast “home” know that this area of Midcoast Maine is pretty special. The Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce is proud and honored to partner with business owners and professionals throughout the region to contribute to the vibrancy of Waldo County’s communities and towns. 207-338-5900 40


We share a common goal: to strengthen and support business and economic growth in the Belfast area, and to share what we know and love about living here with visitors from all over the world. The Belfast Area Chamber is a hub for business and economic growth in the heart of Coastal Maine. Call us, stop by, become a member and let our network connect you with the community, region, State and beyond. Your Chamber working for you.

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Potter at work and works of 28 Maine potters Open daily on Route 1 East Belfast






From a thick doughy meat lover's "loaded" to a minimalist gluten-free vegetarian thin crust, Waldo county has a distinct and delicious pizza for you! BY KAY STEPHENS

MEAT meat and more meat When looking for a “loaded meatza,” here’s one everyone can pig out on. Topped with mild pepperoni, spicy pepperoni, applewood smoked bacon, andouille smoked sausage, and canadian bacon, the everything but the oink pizza at Pizza Permare satisfies any carnivore. The applewood bacon, sausage and canadian bacon are all from local butchers and the dough is homemade. The red sauce, a family recipe, is slowly simmered with san marzano tomatoes, grown in Italy, which augments a highly intense tomato flavor, slightly sweet to counterbalance the salt. Topped with a mozzarella blend of hand-shredded cow’s and buffalo’s milk, the pie gets popped in the wood-fired brick oven while you wait in the rustic, uncontrived seating nook or enjoy a beverage on the deck. Pizza Permare, Northport 681 Atlantic highway 207-338-2600

BACON, scallion, pesto sauce As Waldo county’s premier source for green, eco-friendly food and provisions, you’d expect nothing less than the entire organic experience with Belfast Co-op’s bacon scallion pizza. Baked with house-made organic dough of white, wheat and a cornmeal mix, the co-op uses all-natural pork bacon cured simply with sugar and salt from part ‘n parcel farm in Dixmont, a Maine family farm. The sauce is pesto not red. The cheese is a mozzarella and provolone blend. This pie has a tiny bit of a bite, balanced with a savory, salted richness. And unlike everywhere else, you can get it by the slice! Sit outside or enjoy it in the humming little cafe surrounded by local art. Belfast Co-op 123 High street 207-338-2532


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You’re not going to have to forage far and wide to find this chef’s favorite, which also happens to be vegetarian. Unlike most pizzas, the wilderness at Delvino’s Grill and Pasta House is chargrilled with a Boston-sourced dough, topped with house-made marinara that simmers for at least eight hours, portabella and white button mushrooms and irish—not italian—parmesan for a delicious twist. Full earthy flavors emerge when the pizza is grilled to order. Consistently warm and friendly servers, exposed brick walls and cozy booths add to this chill, classy interior in the heart of downtown Belfast. Delvino’s Grill and Pasta House, Belfast 52 Main street 207-338-4565


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A cheese-less pizza? In Italy, it’s called a frutti di mare and true to form, this seafood pizza is brimming with mussels, scallops, and lobster all caught by area fishermen and lobstermen. At meanwhile in Belfast it’s called the harbormaster. As one of 500 neopolitan certified pizza makers in the world, Meanwhile’s italian-born and raised owners offer the most authentic neapolitan pizza in Waldo County. The harbormaster’s delicate flavors are enhanced with arugula and cherry tomatoes from mofga-certified farms. The extra virgin olive oil and lemon complement the long-rise dough made with italian flour, water, sea salt and house-made sourdough starter. Visually, this one’s a stunner and one of their most popular pies. Meanwhile in Belfast 2 Cross street 207-218-1288


rosemary + garlic confit

Potato and rosemary might not make sense on a pizza to an American, but in Tuscany, it’s very typical and very delicious. Dolce Vita Farm’s recipe calls for garlic confit, which is slowly warmed up olive oil and loads of garlic spread onto fermented dough, then shaped into a thin crust. Layered with thin slices of organic yellow potato, topped with mozzarella and sprinkled with rosemary, this savory pizza comes right out of Dolce Vita Farm’s wood-fired oven, affectionately known as “arabella.” Sit outside this tiny, tucked away spot in rural Lincolnville and enjoy the pizza right next to the garden where most of the ingredients come from in the summer months. Dolce Vita Farm, Lincolnville 488 Beach road 207-323-1052

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“We are thankful every day to be part of this community. We are delighted to have you visit us and we will take care of you in any way we can” — ANTHONY & TINA

Some say that great ideas start on a napkin in a bar. In Delvino’s Grill & Pasta Houses case, it is true... THE STORY: The story begins in 2005 for the owners of Delvino’s, Anthony Jacovino & Tina DelSanto. Anthony went to The Lookout Pub (recently renamed The Front Street Pub) to visit his friend Katherine Loblein. The visit yielded an introduction to Katherine’s business partner, Tina DelSanto. As it turns out, Anthony and Tina were both looking for apartments… you guessed it! Tina and Anthony became apartment mates and friends and fell in love. Then comes the restaurant.



Fast-forward a few years to The Lookout, again, where Tina meets Bruce Thomas, another bona fide Belfast Lover. It’s 2010, and Belfast is once again going through a transformation. Bruce had recently bought a building that he knew the couple was dying to put a restaurant in. Over many months of working with Bruce, Tina and Anthony opened Delvino’s Grill & Pasta House in June of 2010.

relaxing, upscale location with creative food, located in the historical downtown within walking distance from the harbor. The restaurant is in a circa 1865 brick building. Delvino’s takes advantage of everything the community has to offer: lobster and mussels harvested from our harbor, as well as produce, meats and cheeses sourced locally which add flare to an eclectic Italian menu.

THE FOOD: Delvino’s: Stepping through the doors you might think you are in New York or Boston but you’re actually in Delvino’s Grill and Pasta House in beautiful downtown Belfast. Delvino’s is the perfect date night, family gathering,

DELVINO’S GRILL AND PASTA HOUSE 52 Main St, Belfast, ME (207) 338-4565

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23 Belmont Ave., Belfast 207 338-2352

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15G Starrett Dr., Belfast 207-338-2084,

Bell The Cat

7:30am - 7pm M- Sat, 9 - 4 Sun

367 Youngtown Road, Lincolnville 207 763 4478,

Cellardoor Winery



35 Lower Main St, Belfast 207-338-0566,

Chocolate Drop Candy Shop and Dave’s Old Fashioned Soda Fountain

Enjoy tastings of award-winning wines, winery tours, food-sampling events, and boutique gifts. Open daily May-October. Call for off-season hours. Two locations: Lincolnville and Rockport. 207 763 4478.

Winter 10am - 5pm, Summer 10am - 9pm

Locally made, hand-dipped chocolates. Vast selection of Jelly Belly’s. Old Fashioned soda fountain featuring Round Top ice cream. Come enjoy a nostalgic treat and re-visit your “sweetest” childhood memories.



158 High St., Belfast 207-930-5534, M,W,Th,F 8:30 – 5:00 Sat & Sun 9:30 – 5:00, Closed Tuesdays

The Treasured Leaf Tea Company


74 Main Street, Belfast 207-338-8466, Mon - Sat, 11 - 4pm


31B Front Street, Belfast 207-200-7047 See Facebook for hours


Wild Cow Creamery

Enjoy handcrafted all-natural ice cream on the Belfast Harbor Walk! Find scratch-made hot fudge, hand-rolled waffle cones, coffee, floats and milkshakes under the purple awning.


215 E. Main Street, Searsport 207-548-2405

Angler’s Restaurant & Bait’s Motel

11am - 8pm


2372 Atlantic Highway - Rt. 1, Lincolnville 207-505-0458,

Bay Leaf Cottages & Bistro

All the charm of a B & B without the cost! Bay Leaf Cottages & Bistro offers seasonal cottages (with kitchens) and motel lodging, breakfast and lunch specials, events and programs for guests and the community. On site gift shop with pearl jewelry.




20 Beaver Street, Belfast 207-338-9757 Mon-Fri: 7:30 am – 6:00 pm Sat: 9am – 5pm, Sun: Closed

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Belfast Coop Cafe

10:30am - 8pm


23 Belmont Ave., Belfast 207 338-2352

Belfast Dairy Queen

The cafe provides a relaxed atmosphere for eating and socializing in a gallery environment which features local artists monthly




15G Starrett Dr., Belfast 207-338-2084

Bell The Cat

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96 Main Street, Belfast 207-338-0555

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Harborwalk Restaurant


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37B Front Street, Belfast 207-338-8900,

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Front Street Pub



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Dockside Family Restaurant

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132 High St., Belfast 207-505-0425


Neighborhood 207-338-5900

2 Cross Street, Belfast 207-218-1288


Meanwhile in Belfast

Ocean’s Edge

159 Searsport Ave, Belfast 207-338-2646

123 High Street • 207.338.2532 7:30 AM — 8:00 PM Every Day

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Rollie’s Bar & Grill

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6 McKenney Rd., Stockton Springs 207-567-2027

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Come join us at Rollie’s for our ever changing daily specials. Stop in for our soup and sandwich or other daily lunch specials. Try the chowder; it’s made fresh right here. Weekly Dinner Specials.

Shutes Seafood

Your kind of place on a good day, or bad day, and every day between




1 Belmont Ave., Belfast 207-338-6431

Wasses Hot Dogs

10:30am - 6pm, 6 days a week Sun. 11am - 4pm

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Whales Tooth Pub

M,W,T,F, 4pm - close; SS 11:30am - close

2 Fairview Street, Belfast 207-338-1160

Young’s Lobster Pound

581 Youngtown Rd., Lincolnville 800-291-8438 or 207 763-4290

Youngtown Inn & Restaurant

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Open all year

Water (W), Electric (E) Sewer (S)

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Air Conditioning

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72 Main St, Belfast 207-338-5600


Belfast Bay Inn

$228 - $398





192 Northport Ave. (Rt. 1 ), Belfast 207-505-5231


Belfast Breeze Inn & Music by the Bay

$100 - 240

Boutique Hotel in beautifully restored historic downtown building located on Main Street. Surrounded by quaint shops, fabulous galleries, restaurants and steps to the waterfront at the town pier.


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Jeweled Turret Inn, The

$350 - 700

55 Sunrise Point Road, Lincolnville 207.236.7716


Inn at Sunrise Point

$139- $189

14 John Street, Belfast 207-338-5435


Belhaven Inn Bed & Breakfast

$120 - 150

Rest in our 100+ year-old Inn with 5 B&B rooms and 13 Lodge rooms including 4 nautical theme rooms. Enjoy live music in our lounge with a menu of gourmet savory/sweet treats and beer/wine. Supper Club in our private dining room.


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Rte 52 & Youngtown Rd., Lincolnville 800-291-8438 / 207 763-4290


Youngtown Inn & Restaurant

$139 - 279

33 Sea View Drive, Lincolnville 207-236-3785


Victorian By The Sea

$160 - $250

186 Belfast Road, Camden 207-236-8478


The Lodge at Camden Hills

$149 - 295

Romantic luxury guest chambers one block from the bay with antiques, beautiful woodwork and charming private baths: some with turrets, fireplaces or whirlpool. Enjoy our sumptuous 3-course gourmet breakfast.



$80 - 220

2372 Atlantic Highway - Rt. 1, Lincolnville 207-505-0458


Bay Leaf Cottages & Bistro






66 George St., Northport 207-338-5355


Bayside Cottage Rentals

$795 - 1975 wk

All the charm of a B & B without the cost! Bay Leaf Cottages & Bistro offers seasonal cottages (with kitchens) and motel lodging, breakfast and lunch specials, events and programs for guests and the community. On site gift shop with pearl jewelry.

Serving the Midcoast of Maine and beyond...

#ItsTimetoMOVE! 107 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6800 • 800-634-4014

Bangor • Belfast • Ellsworth • South China • Newport • Brownville • Winter Harbor


We know . We know

banking. Rest and relax in our 100+ yearold Inn with 5 designer-decorated Inn rooms and 14 rooms in our Lodge – many with Penobscot Bay views, Jacuzzi tubs, & rocking chairs! Discover our special packages! WIFI, Internet TV with Netflix, deck with rocking chairs, fire pit & patio, daily “continental breakfast in bed”.

Camden National Bank is proud to support

Belfast area businesses and the local community.

1-800-860-8821 | or visit one of our banking centers 156 Main Street, Belfast, ME | 17 Belmont Avenue, Belfast, ME

Enjoy exceptional live music in our lounge with beverages, cocktails, beer, & wine. Special classes & events. Outdoor concerts too!


Dine at our restaurant for great home-style cooking or join Chefs for Cooking Classes in our kitchen! Weekly SUNDAY BRUNCH. Available for weddings, groups, and parties.


Belfast Breeze Inn 207-505-5231

(207) 338-5265

192 Northport Ave. (Rt. 1) Belfast, ME

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Open all year

Water (W), Electric (E) Sewer (S)

Full Breakfast (FB) Continental Breakfast (CB)




Phones in Room

Air Conditioning

Wi-Fi in Room

Fireplace in Room

Pool (P), Hot Tub (HT)

Waterfront (WF) Water Views (WV)


Adaptive Access

Nonsmoking Entire facility (E) Available (A)

Weekly Rentals Only


Cottages (C), Efficiencies (E)

Meeting Room

Credit Cards Accepted

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2 night min.


$85 - 195

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139 Union St., Belfast 207-323-5248,

1 apt.

Chez Seeger

$650 wk

31 Franklin Street, Belfast 207-338-3831,

1 apt.

Belfast 1890 House


2533 Atlantic Highway, Lincolnville 207-789-5200


Beach Cottage Inn

Second Story apartment with 2 bedrooms, full bath, kitchen, livingroom, and private deck. Great Belfast locations. Walk to the shore, the park, or downtown. •


70 Union St. Apt. 1, Belfast 707-328-6883,

Clarks Apartments




$65 - 195

7 Eagle Ave, Belfast 207-338-4000


Colonial Gables Oceanfront Village


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West Moores Shore Lane, Swanville 207-338-1260


Loon Lookout Cottages


237 Shore Road, Northport 207-338-5020


Harmony Cottage

$900 - 1400

9 Footbridge Road, Belfast 410-303-4064,


Harborwatch Cottage

$750 - 900 wk

2143 Atlantic Highway, Route 1, Lincolnville 207-236-7905 or 855-706-7905


Glenmoor By The Sea

$109 - 325

On 10 acres overlooking Penobscot Bay, we offer oceanfront accommodations including vacation cottages, all with private seaside porches, and motel rooms with beautiful ocean views.

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35 West Ocean Drive, Searsport 207-667-8800,

3 nights

Portside Manor


$1,300 $500 wk

191 Searsport Ave., Belfast 207-338-6860,


$100 - 200 7 2 apts.

Moorings Oceanfront RV Resort, Cottage


Nine miles from coastal Belfast. Full kitchens and linens provided. Private road and excellent swimming at private sandy beach.




139 Main Street, Lincolnville 207 230-2410

Suite Inspirations



Calm - Clear - Communication


“UNDER ALL IS THE LAND” Copyright National Association of Realtors® Reprinted with Permission

Office: 207-338-3344 Mobile: 207-323-0740 9A Beaver St. Belfast, ME 04915 BELFASTMAINE.ORG



Open All Year

Water (W), Electric (E) Sewer (S)

Full Breakfast (FB) Continental Breakfast (CB)




Phones in Room

Air Conditioning

Wi-Fi in Room

Fireplace in Room

Pool (P), Hot Tub (HT)

Waterfront (WF) Water Views (WV)


Adaptive Access

Nonsmoking Entire Facility (E) Available (A)

Weekly Rentals Only


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Meeting Room

Credit Cards Accepted

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216 West Main Street, Searsport 207-548-6059,


Searsport Shores Oceanfront Campground

$24 - 140

191 Searsport Ave., Belfast 207-338-6860,


Moorings Oceanfront RV Resort

$55 - 84



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Belfast Bay Inn

$228 - $398

215 E. Main Street, Searsport 207-548-7299


Bait’s Motel

$50 - 140






$89 - 249

91 Searsport Avenue, Belfast 207-338-2740 or 1-800-545-8576


Belfast Harbor Inn


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Glenmoor By The Sea

$109 - 325

159 Searsport Avenue, Belfast 207-338-2090


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196 Searsport Avenue, Belfast 207-338-4030,


The Gull Motel

202 Searsport Avenue, Rte 1, Belfast 207-338-2130,


Seascape Motel & Cottages

$59 - 189

67 Atlantic Highway, Northport 800-515-3611,

$79 - 159

Point Lookout, The Midcoast’s Mountain Retreat


561 Atlantic hwy (route 1), Northport 207-338-3018


Merrybell Motel

Great Value 5 mins. from Downtown. 14 rooms. All Non-smoking, A/C, Cable, WIFI, Fridge, Microwave, Some Water views. Pets OK. Open Year-Round. Weekly Rates.


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2158 Atlantic Highway (Route 1) Lincolnville Beach 207-236-3870,


The Mount Battie Motel



50 Searsport Ave., Belfast 207-338-2353

Yankee Clipper Motel

Every Room with a View of Penobscot Bay ...


Ocean’s Edge in Belfast, Maine • FREE Hot Breakfast & Coffee • Indoor Heated Pool, Hot Tub & Sauna • Every Room Overlooks the Water • FREE High Speed Wi-Fi • Pet-Friendly Hotel • Smoke-Free Property • Ask About Our Fireplace Rooms! • Ocean’s Edge Restaurant On-Site

Serving fresh Maine seafood, steaks, pasta and our homemade desserts.

Close to Camden and Castine. 55 Miles to Acadia National Park. Near Belfast shops, antique stores, flea markets, musuems and more.

159 Searsport Avenue Belfast, Maine 04915

(207) 338-2090 ❦ UNITED REALTY

Organizing for Life! • Residential organizing • Real estate staging • Unpacking • Pre-sale de-cluttering

Waldo County’s Oldest Independent Real Estate Company


207-338-6000 Search ALL Maine Listings @ 307 Belmont Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915

Coastal Home Organizing Diane Garbacik

Professional Organizer 207-218-5100 Belfast, Maine 04915



Primary Care By A Specialist

Dr. August C. Schwenk is a Board Certified Gynecologist, offering complete gynecological services.

Dr. Schwenk Is a Primary Care Provider and is now accepting new patients We offer comprehensive care and will co-ordinate all your previous testing No referrals needed. For an appointment call 338-4449 Women’s Health Care, 139 Searsport Ave, Suite 102 Belfast, Maine


Every year Chamber members recognize businesses and/or organizations who have exemplified themselves in one of the categories below.

Growth Award

Waldo County General Hospital A Business that has successfully expanded, renovated, created an innovative new line, or increased employees in the past year.

Building Community Award Waldo County Woodshed

A nonprofit or educational institution which works to make Waldo County a better community for everyone. Their work may be unknown to many but the results impact a large number or provide something to an underserved population or adds to the economic fabric of the county.

Healthy Waldo County Award Waldo County YMCA

This award recognizes a group, business or organization that promotes healthy living, provides activities or encourages a healthy lifestyle.

Community Event Award Maine Celtic Celebration

An event that brings so much to our community, whether by bringing more people or attracting attention to Belfast and Waldo County with an event.

New Business Award Robin’s Nest Consignment

Left to right from the top: Jim and Patti LeClair; Ed Varney, Erik Frederick, Lee Woodward, Michaelene Achorn; Skip Pendleton; Steve and Astrig Tanguay.

A new business who has been around for three years or less and holds the promise of being here for many years to come. The new business may be creative, innovative, unique and/or fills a need in the community.

Hometown Heritage Award Searsport Shores Oceanfront Campground

A business that has been around for more years than we can remember and is a bedrock in the community. While maybe quietly operating, they contribute experience, knowledge and wisdom to other businesses.

Belfast Chamber Appreciation Award Bryant Dutch

Recognition for someone who works behind the scenes capturing so much of what makes Belfast special and unique.

Community Volunteer of the Year Rick Gatewood

This award recognizes an individual who has shown outstanding service as an unpaid volunteer for an organization or activity in Waldo County. The volunteer may be in a leadership role or someone who has quietly but reliably performed a valuable service to the community.

Citizen of the Year Skip Pendleton

This award recognizes a person who has made an outstanding positive impact in Waldo County during their lifetime, either by a single event or on a continuous basis. Nominees can be from any occupation, including business, education, service, medical. government, work in any charitable organization or a resident.



BUSINESS DIRECTORY FOR THE BELFAST AREA Take time to familiarize yourself with the vast variety of businesses available to meet your needs. Shop and use local businesses first.

Air Conditioning

Perkins Plumbing and Heating 54 Crocker Rd., Belfast ME 04915 2073380467 or 2073223567

Alternative Energy ReVision Energy

91 West Main Street, Liberty, ME 04949 207-589-4171

Sundog Solar Store

222 E Main St., PO Box 465, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-1100

Amusement & Recreation ALLPLaY

49 Searsport Ave, Belfast, ME 04915 207-218-1100 The ALLPLaY Family Entertainment Center is a family oriented place to bowl, play pool, or to grab a quick lunch! We have a great event room if your planning a birthday party or family reunion.

Belfast Curling Club

211 Belmont Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9851

Belfast Dance Studio

109 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5380

North Country Rivers

36 Main St, Bingham, ME 04920 800-348-8871

Sidecountry Sports

161 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-0008

Waldo County YMCA

157 Lincolnville Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4598

Animal Care

Little River Veterinary Hospital

1447 Atlantic Hwy, Northport, ME 04849 207-338-2909



Loyal Biscuit Co.

Reny's Plaza, 1 Belmont Ave Suite D2, Belfast, ME 04915, 207-930-8100


DownEast Auctions

328 E. Main St., Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-2393


69 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-8333

Kendrick's Antiques

213 Northport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1356

Metaphor Bronze Tileworks 245 S. Main St., Morrill, ME 04915 207-342-2597

Pumpkin Patch Antiques

15 West Main Street, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-6047

Searsport Antique Mall

149 East Main Street, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-2640

Architects / Builders PHI Architects

446 West Street, Rockport, ME 04856 207-230-0034


Belfast Framer

96 Main St #102, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6465

Finch Gallery

16 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338 1060 Featuring the original oils, prints and cards by local artist Jerri Finch

Museum Framer & Store at the Penobscot Marine Museum

40 E. Main Street, Searsport, ME 04974 207 548-0334

Reclaimed Maine

57 Church st, Stockton Springs, ME 04981 207-323-4251

Ron Cowan

184 Pitcher Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3718

Susan A. Cooney Fine Art Studio 101A Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-701-8082

Waterfall Arts

256 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2222 Cutting edge exhibitions, art classes and workshops for all ages and skill levels in Belfast and Montville. Studio rentals, community art events and more.

Art Supplies

Fiddlehead Artisan Supply

64 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-8422


Fellows, Kee, Tymoczko & Pierson

15 Main Street Unit A, Belfast, ME 04915 800-639-2905 A full Service law firm, providing exceptional service in the areas of real estate law, business formation, wills and estate planning and personal injury law.

Law Offices Of Lee Woodward Jr. 56 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1110

Legal Shield

57 Church St #4, Belfast, ME 04915 207-772-6308

Mailloux & Marden, P. A.

151 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1330

Melanie Frazek Attorney & Counselor at Law

228 Northport Ave., Suite C, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9000

Ociepka & Burnett, PA

48 Marshall Wharf, Suite 4 PO Box 403, Belfast, ME 04915 207 930-3525


Carquest of Belfast

105 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1880

Dutch Chevrolet, Buick

6 Belmont Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1470 Dutch Chevrolet has been "Doing Business the Right Way" for three generations. At Dutch Chevrolet, it's not just a slogan, but a way of doing business. Our commitment is to make any visit to Dutch Chevrolet a pleasant and hassle-free experience and to provide superior service during and after the sale.

Eastside Garage

4 Mill Ln, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4131

J & B Auto Body

278 Lincolnville Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1383

Napa Auto Parts

201 Northport Ave, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2930

Quirk Ford, Mercury, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep

244 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1300

Clothing/Shoes Bakeries

Weavers Roadside Variety

1386 Waterville Road, Waldo, ME 04915 207 342-5697 A well established hometown business offering everyday conveniences as well as homemade baked goods and catering for any occasion.

Bookstores Left Bank Books

109 Church St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9009 An unforgettable bookshop devoted to passionate readers of all ages. Over 6,000 volumes, giftwrap, globes, unique stationery, and a cozy children's corner. Dogs welcome!

Come join us at Rollie's for our ever changing daily specials. Stop in for our soup and sandwich or other daily lunch specials. Try the chowder; it's made fresh right here. Weekly Dinner Specials.

Trillium Caterers

PO Box 60, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-5080


Habitat for Humanity of Waldo County

93 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2344

Nautical Scribe Books

Waldo County Shrine Club Charitable Trust

Business Consultants

Waldo County Woodshed

132A Church St., Belfast, ME 04915 207 218-1006

Belfast Temps

57 Church St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-722-6308


68 Sewall St.,Room 512, Augusta, ME 04330 207-622-8509

Smart Datamap Services

Smart Datamap Services, Belfast, ME 04915 207 619-3380

U.S. Small Business Administration 68 Sewall St. Room 512, Augusta, ME 04330 207 622-8551


Rollie's Bar & Grill

37 Main St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4502,

85, Northport Ave., PO Box 285, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4265 171 High Street Suite 2, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-2692


Colonial Theater

163 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1930


American Legion Post #43

143 church Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-1202

AMVETS Post 6829

143 Church St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4338

Belfast Lions Club

PO Box 493, Belfast, ME 04915

Belfast Rotary Club

For all your commercial deep and maintenance cleaning needs. From carpets and hard floors to walls, ceilings, light fixtures to deep cleaning your commercial kitchens.

P.O. Box 74, Belfast, ME 04915

Maine Dept. of Economic and Community Development

Clothing/Shoes City Drawers

59 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333 207-624-9800

105 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9980 BRA fitters who care! Offering professional fitting to match your style, needs, budget and size. See us for all your undergarment needs including sport, nursing and post-surgery.


Belfast Maskers

PO Box 1017, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9668

Colburn Shoe Store

Camden Conference

79 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1934

21 Elm St, Camden, ME 04843

Susan Tobey White

149 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-322-1699 A gallery to make you smile. See works in progress as you meet the artist. Susan offers Acrylic and Watercolor workshops and classes here and away.


ACE Sharpening and Window Cleaning

12 Springbrook Drive Unit A Belfast ME 04915 207 505-5587 Sharpening knives, scissors and pruning tools. Window cleaning since 1983. Call for information: 207-505-5587

ServiceMaster Contract Services Belfast

48 Smart Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207 930-0745

SERVPRO of Belfast/ Camden/Rockland

P.O. Box 326, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1850

Coyote Moon

54 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5659 A warm, inviting boutique that speaks to the heart ~ offering elegant clothing, enchanting jewelry and accessories, books, cards and whimsical gifts. Experience inspiration and nurturance for body, mind and spirit.

iConcepta Boutique

45A Searsport Ave, Belfast, ME 04915 646-932-5525


104 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9989

Maine Alpaca Experience

608 Atlantic Hwy, Northport, ME 04849 207-356-4146

Man on Main

103 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6260 Men's clothing and accessories for city or camp.

DownEast Auctions Antique & Estate Auctions We Specialize in Coins & Currency Check our upcoming auctions at: or facebook 328 E. Main St. (Rte.1) Searsport, Maine 04974 (207) 548-2393 Mark E. Bradstreet, CAI. Me. Lic. #1212 Attend our auctions or bid from anywhere BELFASTMAINE.ORG


Community Community

American Lung Association

122 State St., Augusta, ME 04330 207-624-0312 Cycle 180 miles with the American Lung Association in support of lung health on Father’s Day Weekend, June 16 – 18, 2017. Volunteer opportunities are available in Belfast on Sunday, June 18! Gale Auclair: 207-624-0302

Belfast Creative Coalition

26 Spring Street, #5, Belfast, ME 04915 207-323-8692 BCC's arts and cultural promotional website is the public calendar and directory of the creative sector in Waldo County. This website platform offers remarkable tools to visitors such as advanced search, Google Maps, buttons to synchronize with various calendars, social networks widgets. This allows visitors to quickly find local events and arts and culture venues in the area.

Belfast Farmers' Market

Waterfall Arts, Belfast – Summer Aubuchon, Belfast – Winter 207-322-0651

Belfast Garden Club

PO Box 502, Belfast, ME 04915

Belfast Soup Kitchen

9 Field St suite 118, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4845

Broadreach Family & Community Services

5 Stephenson Lane, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2200 Broadreach Family & Community Services helps individuals lead healthy and productive lives through family-focused services: Sprouts nature-based children's education, Pre-K classes, Youthlinks youth/teen programs, adult Behavioral Health and Prevention.

Friends of Belfast Parks


Friends Of Fort Knox

740 Ft Knox Rd, Prospect, ME 04981 207-469-6553

Friends of Sears Island

Searsport, ME 04974 855-430-2882

Goodwill Industries of NNE, Workforce Solutions

147 Waldo Ave. Ste 101A, Belfast, ME 04915 207 370-3910

Head of the Bay Business Alliance PO Box 409, Searsport, ME 04974

Hospice Volunteers of Waldo County

PO Box 772, Belfast, ME 04915 207-930-2677 contact.htm

Lincolnville Business Group

PO Box 202, Lincolnville, ME 04849 207 789 5200

Our Town Belfast

107 Main Street (upstairs), Belfast, ME 04915 207-218-1158

P.A.W.S. Animal Adoption Center Shelly Butler – Executive Director Claudia Eekels – Director of Operations 123 John St. Camden, ME 04843 207-236-8702

Restorative Justice Project of the Midcoast

PO Box 141, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2742

Senior College Univ. of ME-Hutchinson Center

Greater Bangor Convention & Visitors Bureau

Unity Foundation

Point Lookout, The Midcoast’s Mountain Retreat

80 Belmont Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-8033 Unity, ME 207-948-2374

Waldo Community Action Partners

330 Harlow Street, Bangor, ME 04402 207-947-5205

67 Atlantic Highway, Northport 800-515-3611,

PO Box 130, 9 Field Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6809

Point Lookout extends a wide open welcome that’s authentically Maine. 387 acres, private white pine cabins and a full range of recreational options

Springbrook Hill Condominiums

968 Waterville Road, Waldo, ME 04915 207-342-2109,



41 Springbrook Drive, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6644 Springbrook Hill Condominium Community

The Wentworth Event Center

The Village At Stockton Harbor Condominium

Harborview dr, Stockton Springs, ME 04981 207-567-4003

Conference & Event Services

Belfast Armory Rental Program US. Route 1, Belfast, ME 04915 888-276-6796

University of Maine Hutchinson Center

80 Belmont Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-8000

Waldo County Shrine Club Charitable Trust

85, Northport Ave., PO Box 285, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4265

Blue Goose

1184 Atlantic Highway, Northport, ME 04849 207-338 1377

Fireside Inn and Suites

139 Searsport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-930-3630

159 Searsport Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2090 This award-winning 83-room inn on Penobscot Bay has an indoor pool, hot tub and sauna as well as a restaurant on premises. Overlooking the bay, it is centrally located and open year round. Winner of the Gold Hospitality Award from Choice Hotels.

Contractors GO Logic

137 High Street, 3rd floor, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1566,

Horch Roofing

2414 Camden Rd., Warren, ME 04864 207-273-1111, Horch Roofing's professional contractors are committed to safety and excellence, providing Mid-Coast Maine towns from Belfast to Brunswick with quality roofing services since 2003.

Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5800 • Montessori-based education • Ages 2 - 12 years • Toddler and preschool programs with flexible schedules • Full-day kindergarten and elementary • Before and after school care • Summer camp



Financial Joe Thornley-Concrete Contractor

Thomas Fowler, P.E.

K Construction

Wellman Paving

624 So. Mountain Valley Hwy, Montville, ME 04941 207-589-4151 145 Lincolnville Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-975-1654, Let us put a smile on your face every time you walk into your new home or updated room. For more than 15 years, our team has been providing unrivaled building, remodeling and renovation services to clients throughout central and midcoast Maine.

MAC Electric

15 Swan Lake Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4266

26 Spring Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 322-5827 89 Goshen Rd., Winterport, ME 04496 207-223-8820

Whitecap Builders

15 Evergreen Ridge Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3112

Convenience Store/Gas Belfast Variety / Belfast Variety Rt. 52 / Morrill General Store

Maine Coast Construction

326 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5236

Moore's Septic, Inc.

6 Back Belmont Rd., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5119

107 Elm Street, Camden, ME 04843 207-236-6000 1477 Swanlake Ave., Swanville, ME 04915 207-338-4586

North Atlantic Painting Company 85 West Street, Rockport, ME 04856 207 236-0703


Libby's Variety & Cafe

208 Main St., Stockton Springs, ME 04981 207-567-8027

Weavers Roadside Variety

1386 Waterville Road, Waldo, ME 04915 207-342-5697

Northeast Equipment & Supply

Cooking Supply

ORF, Inc.

68 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4880,

1050 Waldo Station, Waldo, ME 04915 207-722-3221 58 Cobb road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-323-4010

Penobscot Home Performance

1079E. Waldo Rd., Belfast, ME 04915 207-322-8944

Perkins Plumbing and Heating 54 Crocker Rd., Belfast, ME 04915 2073380467 or 2073223567

ReVision Energy

91 West Main Street, Liberty, ME 04949 207-589-4171

Reynolds Electric

119 Poors Mill Road, Morrill, ME 04952 207-322-7364

State Sand and Gravel

PO Box 420, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4070

Sukeforth Builders

50 Sukeforth Dr., Searsmont, ME 04973 207-342-5742

The Good Table

Cornerspring Montessori School

18 Hatley Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5800 Offering programs for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary students that provides a rich and nurturing learning environment which stimulates, fosters and nurtures the love for learning.

Midcoast Leadership Academy

PO Box 367, Camden, ME 04843 207-236-9702

University of Maine Hutchinson Center

80 Belmont Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-8000


Fiddlehead Artisan Supply

64 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-8422

Fairs & Festivals Arts In The Park

Heritage Park, Belfast, ME

Maine Celtic Celebration

PO Box 122, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2692

New Years By The Bay

Floral Creations Halloween Store

PO Box 313, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5870

Department Stores

70 Lake Ave, Rockland, ME 04841 207-596-6055


29A Searsport Ave, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2688

Sam's Club

47 Haskell Rd, Bangor, ME 04401 207-947-4606


Mary Johnston Design

147 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207 323-9694


Belfast Adult Education

6B Lions Way, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3197 BAE is a full time, adult education program in the upper Pen Bay coastal area. Course offerings include academic, enrichment, college preparation and Literacy Volunteers.

North Atlantic Blues Festival

Farm Goods (or Products)

Fisher's Christmas Tree Farm

281 Belmont Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6098

The Blue Alpaca

18 Poors Mill Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-949-1615

Farmers & Food Producers

Belfast Farmers' Market

Front St. Parking Lot, Belfast, ME 04915 207-568-3736

Ducktrap River of Maine

57 Little River Drive, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6280

Ireland Hill Farms

361 Nickerson road, Swanville, ME 04915 207-322-7625

United Farmers Market of Belfast 18 Spring Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-323-5679


Ballou & Associates

16 Tannery Lane Suite 22, Camden, ME 04843 207-706-4907

Bangor Savings Bank - Belfast

7 Belmont Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4270

Bangor Savings Bank - Searsport 17 W. Main Street, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-6065

Bangor Savings Bank - Unity

Unity Clifford Commons, Unity, ME 04988 207-948-5120

Bangor Savings-Downtown Belfast 106 Main St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-930-7014

Bank of America Corp.

21 Schoodic Drive, Belfast, ME 04915 (800) 432-1000

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust

245 Camden St., Rockland, ME 04841 207-594-9557

Camden National Bank

156 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4650

Damariscotta Bank & Trust P.O. Box 822, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-0500

Down East Credit Union

92 Lincolnville Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-0043

First Command Financial Stockton Springs, ME 04981 207 385-5666



Financial Key Bank

111 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338- 3220

Fine Craft

Floral Creations and Gifts

7 Old Searsport Rd, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4300

Holmes Florist & Greenhouse

Lupine Cottage

MTA Accounting PA

71 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-5012

Maine Artisan Collective

Atlantic Highway Rte. 1, Lincolnville Beach, ME 04849 207-789-5367

Nickerson Professional Assn

Mainely Pottery

P. O. Box 211, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2770


31 E. Main St.,PO Box 410, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-6444

Rockland Savings Bank

582 Main St, Rockland, ME 04841 207-594-8465

181 Searsport Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1108

Florist/Nursery Brambles

2 Cross Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3448

Carol's Collectibles

TD Banknorth

411 Nickerson Rd., Swanville, ME 04915 207-323-2783

89 Elm Street, Camden, ME 04843 207-236-8811

A small nursery specializing in Rhododendrons, woody shrubs, dwarf conifers, rock garden and native plants with the emphasis on the unusual. Selling at Belfast and Camden Farmer's Markets.

TD Banknorth, N.A.

16 E. Main Street, P.O. Box 468, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-6331


Love Your Back! l l l

ergonomic beautiful durable l handcrafted

43 N Main St, Stonington


207.367.6555 62


29 Searsport Ave, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2688 35 Swan Lake Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2050

Jasmine The Florist

2 cross Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207323-3105

Fuel Services A & L Energy

79 Waterville Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5001

Community Fuels

227 N Searsport Rd, Swanville, ME 04915 207-338-4328 Community Fuels, Inc., is a local, family-owned heating oil business that has been serving Waldo County for over 25 years. We offer heating fuel and kerosene and have 24 hour service with complete repair service available.

Consumers Fuel Co.

12 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2000 Home Heating since 1911. Locally owned heating oils, propane gas, heating systems.

Maritime Energy

262 Main St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1609

Tidewater Oil

17 Airport Rd., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4739

Funeral Homes

Riposta Funeral Home

182 Waldo Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9191


Macleod Furniture

187 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1240

Owl Furniture

43 N. Main St Stonington ME 04681 207-367-6555

Home Decor Perry's Home Furnishings and Design

111 Belmont Avenue (Rt 3), Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3610 Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines. Joanna's Collection of Furniture, Rugs, and Accessories. Maine's First Proud Dealer!

Robin's Nest Consignment

169 Searsport Ave, Belfast, ME 04915 207 218-1167

Windsor Chairmakers

2596 Atlantic Highway Lincolnville, ME 04849 800-789-5188, Located between Belfast and Camden on U.S. Route 1, Windsor Chairmakers has been a mustsee destination for 30 years. The owner, Nance Brown, has created the quintessential Yankee workshop on a historic 5-acre farmstead.  Windsor Chairmakers is famous for the craftsmanship and comfort of their Windsor chairs.

Galleries & Studios Betts Gallery

96 Main St #102, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6465

Bluejacket Ship Crafters

160 E. Main St, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-9970 or 800-448-5567, Over 100 years in business and offering the largest ship model collection in Maine! Our museum quality kits, custom finished models, and antique restorations are the industry standard for craftsmanship, precision and historical accuracy.

Finch Gallery

16 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1060, Featuring the original oils, prints and cards by local artist Jerri Finch

Maine Farmland Trust

97 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6575

Parent Gallery

92 Main St., Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-1553

Susan Tobey White

149 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-322-1699


Aina Moja

39 Main St #1B, Belfast, ME 04915 207-930-8012, Fair trade, authentic African goods that support and promote sustainability. Baskets, Bags jewelry, Clothing Housewares and Gifts. Purchases support the efforts of Expanding Opportunities 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.


2 Cross Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3448 While in Belfast...come stroll through Brambles, breath in the fresh scents of plants and soaps, touch the hand forged tools, and smile at the local art.

Conklin's Mercantile

145 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-218-4040

Loyal Biscuit Co.

Reny's Plaza 1 Belmont Ave Suite D2, Belfast, ME 04915 207-930-8100

Purple Baboon

31 Front Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6505

The Meadow

48 Maine Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3330


Country View Golf Club

178 Moosehead Trail Hwy, Rte # 7, Brooks, ME 04921 207-722-3161

Northport Golf Club

Hair Salon & Day Spa GLOW

134 Church St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-505-5699

Green With Envy Salon

1 Belmont Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3148

Hardware/Building Supplies EBS Building Supply

30 Belmont Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4080 Your choice of a building supplier couldn't be more important. We work hard to make your next project a success from start to finish!

Home Supply Center

75 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1094

Sherwin Williams

15 Starrett Drive, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1572

Viking Lumber

166 Searsport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3480


581 Bluff Rd, Northport, ME 04915 207-338-2270


Searsport Pines Golf Course

Belfast Dental Care

240 Mt. Ephraim Road, Searsport, ME 04915 207-548-2854 Excellently maintained, scenic 9 hole course with plush elevated greens. Driving range, pro-shop, food/beverages, cart/club rentals. Easy walking & enjoyable for all playing levels.

Government Service Organizations Senator Mike Thibodeau

3 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333 207 287-1500

U.S. Small Business Administration 68 Sewall St. Room 512, Augusta, ME 04330 207 622-8551

Graphic Design Briggs Advertising

199 Water St., Bath, ME 04530 207-443-2067

3 Hatley Rd, Belfast, ME 04915 800-981-5084 19 Fahey Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-573-7134

Chrysalis Counseling

9 Field St #115, Belfast, ME 04915 207-341-1676

Citizens of Maine

177 Coldbrook Rd., Hampden, ME 04444 207-930-3508

Destination Wellness Midcoast Maine Online Directory P.O. Box 1234, Rockport, ME 04856

Horowitz Chiropractic

51 West Main St., Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-6376

Living Innovations

248 Northport Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-494-1126 Living Innovations provides support for people with developmental disabilities to have a good life. We have rewarding job opportunities for compassionate people. Please visit

Maine Integrative Chiropractic

8 Jesse Robbins Rd., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-8994

Michelle L. Morrow, D.M.D.

366 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1801

Penobscot Bay Dentistry

94 Searsport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1100 Offering general service dentistry. Your smile is our greatest reward!

Peter Nesin Optician

158 Northport Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2440

Private Home Care

243 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-2100 Personalized in - home care in Midcoast area.

Seebreeze Family Eyecare, P.A.

91 Waldo Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1480

Waldo County General Hospital

118 Northport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2500 Waldo County General Hospital is an iVantage Top 20 Critical Access Hospital that provides routine, specialty & 24/7 emergency care and operates as a family of services with Waldo County Medical Partners and Penobscot Shores Retirement Community. Waldo County General Hospital is a MaineHealth member and part of Coastal Healthcare Alliance with Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport. For more information, please visit

Women's Health Care

139 Searsport Ave. #102, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-4449

Home Decor Bay City Cargo

93 Main St, Belfast, ME 04915 800) 545-8956

Belfast Bay Shade Co.

1 Franklin street, top floor Belfast post office, Belfast, ME 04915 207-735-8237



Home Decor Perry's Home Furnishings and Design

Varney Insurance Agency

111 Belmont Avenue (Rt 3), Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3610 Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines Joanna's Collection of Furniture, Rugs, and Accessories Maine's First Proud Dealer!


Allen Insurance and Financial

P.O. Box 800, 18 E. Main St., Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-6364

Interior Decorating Coastal Home Organizing

207 218-5100

Interiors By Janis Stone

94 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 1-800-439-4311

179 Northport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2204 Specializing in residential and commercial interior decorating. Custom designed window fashions, blinds, shutters and shades. Wallpaper, area rugs, furniture and accessories

Atlantic Insurance & Benefits 58 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9787

Investment Services

Cross Insurance

Edward Jones

15E Starrett Drive, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5430

171 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-1090

State Farm Insurance

Eastman Financial Services

228 Northport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5538

153 W Broadway, Bangor, ME 04401 207-299-8850



45 Searsport Ave (Route One), Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5530

106 High St, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3884

Bennett's Gems & Jewelry


Future Generations Forestry & Landscaping

R.D. Martineau

22 Perkins Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207.338.3360


Belmont Boatworks

400 Mount Ephraim Road, Searsport, ME 04974 207-930-5618

Shangri-La Stoneworks

101 Front Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-930-3740

82 Back Searsport Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-0892

Belfast Laundry Center

163 Augusta Rd. Belmont ME 04952 207-342-2885

Front Street Shipyard

76 Hunt Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-478-9028


Manufacturing Mathews Brothers

212 Back Belmont Rd., Belfast, ME 04915 207 502-2590

Total Property Care

Belfast Free Library

Marine Supplies Hamilton Marine

155 E. Main Street, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-6302

113 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3507

28 Years Dr. Tamara Kennard & Dr. Douglas Perry




Belfast Bay Shade Co.


Artisan Lighting, & Objects for Dwelling

Dina Petrillo, principal designer Top floor of Belfast’s historic post office 207-735-8237 ~


Now Bigger & Better Than Ever!

Places of Worship Marketing

Penobscot Bay Pilot

94 Elm Street, Camden, ME 04843 207.236.2896

The Republican Journal

Elm Street Marketing Essentials Powered by Proforma

Pica // brand, strategy, design PO Box 225, 111 Church Street Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1740

29 Washington Ave, Camden, ME 04843 207-706-6655 156 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3333

VStv, Real TV, Real Local

Markets, Groceries Tozier's Family Market

22 E. Main St., Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-6220


93.7 The Wave

93 Cottage Street Suite 101 Bar Harbor ME 04609

Bangor Daily News

93 Main St., Suite 2, Belfast, ME 04915 207-990-8011

Bangor Metro Magazine

263 State St., Bangor, ME 04401 207-941-1300

Coffee News

1 Cumberland Place Ste. 102, Bangor, ME 04401 207 941-0860

Insight Productions

PO Box 775, Belfast, ME 04915 207-323-2430

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors

218 S. Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 207-594-8622

266 Meadow St., Rockport, ME 04856 207 230-0260,


Bluejacket Ship Crafters

160 E. Main St, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-9970 or 800-448-5567 Over 100 years in business and offering the largest ship model collection in Maine! Our museum quality kits, custom finished models, and antique restorations are the industry standard for craftsmanship, precision and historical accuracy.

Mold Remediation Green Home Solutions of Mid Coast Maine

37 Hazeltine Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207 613-7411 mid-coast-maine We promote healthy homes - inside and out, mitigating molds and odors within, and killing mosquitoes and ticks in your backyard.

SERVPRO of Belfast/ Camden/Rockland

P.O. Box 326, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1850 Servpro is your professional mold cleanup specialist. We Clean mold to the IICRC S520 Standard. We guarantee our work.


Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad 13 Oakhill Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207 722-3899

Belfast Historical Society & Museum 10 Market Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-9229 The Belfast Historical Society & Museum celebrates and preserves the city's rich and varied history through exhibits, community programs, research, and publications that educate the public. Learn about Belfast's maritime heritage, our industrial past, notable people, its role in the Civil War, and about life in the city over two centuries. For more information about museum hours and historical society programs visit Open Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 - 4:00. Free admission.

Maine Maritime Museum

243 Washington St. Bath ME 04530 207-443-1316 Route 73 Owls Head ME 04854 207-594-4418

The Belfast Stagehouse

45 Londonderry lane, Belfast, ME 04915 207-252-9377

Pest Control

Mosquito Terminators of Mid-Coast Maine

PO BOX 478, Belfast, ME 04915 207-613-1060

Creative Edge Arts


Lily Piel Photography

40 East Main St., Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-2529 Visit our campus and celebrate Maine's maritime heritage. Ten historic buildings display paintings, ship models, China Trade porcelain and silk. Visit a ship captain's house and see our classic small watercraft include lobster boats, dories, and canoes.

Performing Arts

PO Box 5, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-0908 penobscotbaysingers


Owls Head Transportation Museum

Penobscot Marine Museum

Penobscot Bay Singers

25 Congress St., Belfast, ME 04915 207 975-8771

LTF Photo

Bangor ME 207 691-8314

Places of Worship

Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

Belfast Maskers

95 High Street (The Lounge at the First Baptist Church), Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3080 or 207-218-1218

Cold Comfort Theater

Belfast United Methodist Church

PO Box 1017, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9668 Belfast, ME 04919 207 505-6160

Midcoast Actor's Studio Belfast, ME 04915 207-370-7592

23 Mill Lane, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5575

Emmanuel Baptist Church 24 Faith Lane, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9060


Reyn Ritchie, Agent 228 Northport Avenue Belfast, ME 04915 Bus: 207-338-5538

State Farm, Bloomington, IL


Mold Remediation and Odor Control solutions that are safe, affordable, fast, and effective!


Healthy Home Audit




Places of Worship Faith Temple Church of God

193 Lincolnville Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3473

First Church in Belfast United Church of Christ 8 Court Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2282

Little River Baptist Church

259 Northport Avenue, Northport, ME 04915 207-338-1006

Searsport First Congregational Church

8 Church Street, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-0327

St. Margaret's Episcopal Church 95 Court Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2412

Swanville Community Church

15 Town House Road, Swanville, ME 04915 207 338-3723

Temple Heights Spiritual Camp PO Box 311, Lincolnville, ME 04849 207-338-3029

Unitarian Universalist Church 37 Miller St., Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-4482

Property Management Frank's Home Watch Property Management Company 29 Oak Drive, Northport, ME 04849 207-505-6190

Hometown Real Estate & Property Management

84 Congress Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3949 Whether you're planning to rent, sell, or purchase a home, we can help you find the right match.

Total Property Care

82 Back Searsport Road, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-0892

Property Rental

The Ocean House Property Rental 2 Cross Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207 323-7414

Real Estate Belfast Center

9 Field Street, Suite 100, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2988

Belfast Maine Real Estate

1G Belmont Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3381

Plumbing and Heating

Berkshire Hathaway Northeast Real Estate

54 Crocker Rd., Belfast, ME 04915 2073380467 or 2073223567

Better Homes and Gardens The Masiello Group

Perkins Plumbing and Heating


Coastal Mountains Land Trust

101 Mt. Battie Street, Camden, ME 04843 207-236-7091

Maine Farmland Trust

97 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6575

Printing/Copy J Black Printing

3 Black's Landing, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-4040

185 West Main Street, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-2280

143 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3500 or 800-860-6528

Beverly Doherty RE/MAX Jaret & Cohn

122 Lincolnville Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-4220 Ext.124

Camden Hills Realty

1315 Atlantic Highway, Northport, ME 04849 207-338-0009

Camden Real Estate

43 Elm Street, Camden, ME 04843 800-236-1920

CoastWise Realty

48 Marshall Wharf, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6005 or 800-293-4416 An independent, service driven brokerage specializing in oceanfront, ocean view and coastal village homes, condos and land. Whether you're buying or selling coastal Maine real estate, let us guide you safely and successfully through the process. Visit our website to view every coastal Maine MLS listing.

Gateway Title of Maine

230B Searsport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-930-7010

Hometown Real Estate & Property Management

84 Congress Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3949 Whether you're planning to rent, sell, or purchase a home, we can help you find the right match.

Maine Country & Coast Real Estate 9 A Beaver Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-3344 cell 207 323-0740

Martha Laitin, Belfast Area Real Estate Broker since 1989

143 High St., Belfast, ME 04915 207 323-2368 Specializing in individual attention for seekers of retirement homes and vacation homes & cottages. I am a trained counselor with 27 years experience in Real Estate in the Belfast area. Ask Martha!

Moon Harbor Realty

374 Bluff Road, Northport, ME 04849 207-542-7970

Pray's Homes of Belfast

218 Congress St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4663

Realty of Maine

107 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6800 or (800) 634-4014 Whether buying or selling property, residential or commercial, Realty Of Maine provides professional agents to meet your real estate needs.

ReMax Jaret & Cohn Real Estate

122 Lincolnville Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4220

United Realty

307 Belmont Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-6000 United Realty was founded by local Realtor and Designated Broker, Fran Riley. A native of Belfast, Fran began her real estate career in 1986 and has been servicing the needs of buyers and sellers as a full time broker ever since. United Realty is a full service real estate brokerage company. Our personalized service is second to none. As a member of the Statewide Multiple Listing Service, we can assist you throughout the Mid-Coast Region of Maine and beyond.

Worth Real Estate

118 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5265


Fox & Ginn Movers

171 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-0900

Restoration/Cleaning SERVPRO of Belfast/ Camden/Rockland

P.O. Box 326, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1850 Call your Servpro Professional for all your commercial and residential cleaning needs when you need it done right and fast. We specialize in cleanup and restoration after fire, water, or mold damage.


Deborah Lincoln House

60 Cedar St., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1554

Harbor Hill Nursing Care Center 2 Footbridge RD, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-5307

Penobscot Shores

10 Shoreland Drive, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-2332 Penobscot Shores is Maine's Premier Oceanfront Retirement Community. Residents enjoy maintenance free living on beautiful Penobscot Bay in Belfast, Maine. For more information please call 207-338-2332 or visit

The Residence at Tall Pines

24 Martin Lane, Belfast, ME 04915 207-930-7031

Sailing & Boating Trips Castine Cruises

Castine, ME 207-701-1421



Technology Castine Kayak Adventures

17 Sea St., Castine ME 04421 207-866-3506 Explore Maine from the water viewing the shoreline from an entirely different perspective. Visit coastal islands, see the changes of the tidal flows while learning the art of kayaking efficiently. We will provide you with top of the line kayaks and paddles along with personalized instruction that will allow you to glide effortlessly along the coast.

Don Pedro's Kayak & Surf Co.

1300 Atlantic Hwy, Northport, ME 04849 207-930-5337

Maine DaySail and the Schooner Timberwind

Thompson Wharf, Belfast, ME 04915 207 619-0654

Monhegan Boat Line

880 Port Clyde Rd Port Clyde ME 04855 207-372-8848

North Country Rivers

36 Main St Bingham ME 04920 800-348-8871

Small Engine Repair

Searsport Shores Oceanfront Campground

Coastal Power Sport

216 West Main Street, Searsport 207-548-6059,

Stockton Harbor Cruises

Cape Dock Road, Stockton Springs, ME 04981 207 322-5530

Water Walker Sea Kayaks

730 W Main Street, Monroe, ME 04951 207-338-6424 Kayak & SUP rentals and lessons. July / Aug: Tues. mornings at Basin Pond, Monroe. Most Sat. mornings at Steamboat Landing, Belfast. Other times by appointment.

Shipping/Packaging Global Packing & Shipping

171 High Street #4, Belfast, ME 04915 207 338-2194


Belfast Self Storage

77 Belmont Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1515

Searsport Self Storage

149 E Main St,, Searsport, ME 04974 207-548-2640

Summer Camp Camp CaPella

25 Washington St., Camden, ME 04843 207-236-2926

Packaging Solutions

465 Curtis Rd., Swanville, ME 04915 207-338-0023

8 Pearl Point Rd, Dedham, ME 04429 207-843-5104


335 Main Street, Princeton, ME 04668 207-796-2230

Fair Haven Camps

81 W. Fair Haven Ln., Brooks, ME 04921 207-722-3456

Technology Airwaves

15 Starrett Drive, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-9929


3 Hatley Rd, Belfast, ME 04915 800-981-5084

Bluestreak (Wireless Internet) PO Box 835, Unity, ME 04988 207-338-9015 or 877-338-9015

J&B Diversified Associates PO Box G, Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-1138

LCI, Lincolnville Communications

133 Back meadow Rd. Nobleboro ME 04555 207-763-9900 NOW! Fiber Optic Network for your home or business. Gigabit Speeds! Family owned. Maine-based. Dedicated to our customers because we live and work here too.


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Technology Links Website Design & Online Marketing

499 Broadway, Suite B, Bangor, ME 04401 207-735-0605

OTT Communications

900D Hammond St., Bangor, ME 04401 207-992-9897

PC MEDIX and The Information Technology Exchange

156 Searsport Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 207-338-4233


PO Box 165, Unity, ME 04988 207-948-3900 Business Whether your business has one employee or 500, UniTel has all the phone and broadband services you need to keep your business up and running smoothly. Residential With UniTel you can get local phone service, all of the latest calling features, unlimited long distance and broadband all on one bill. What could be easier? Plus with local customer support and 24/7 tech support, what are you waiting for?


Castine Kayak Adventures 17 Sea St. Castine ME 04421 207-866-3506

Monhegan Boat Line

880 Port Clyde Rd Port Clyde ME 04855 207-372-8848

North Country Rivers

36 Main St Bingham ME 04920 800-348-8871

Transportation Amtrak Downeaster

18 Station Ave. Brunswick ME 04101 1-800-USA-RAIL

Concord Coachlines

100 Sewell St Portland ME 04102 207-828-1151

Waste Services DM & J Waste, Inc.

44 Transfer station road, Winterport, ME 04496 207-223-4112

Moore's Septic, Inc.

1477 Swanlake Ave., Swanville, ME 04915 207-338-4586


93.7 The Wave 65 A&L Energy 62 ACE Window Cleaning 59 Aina Moja 63 Airwaves, Inc. 67 Allen Insurance and Financial 64 AllPLaY 58 American Legion Post #43 59 American Lung Association 25, 60 Amtrak Downeaster 68 AMVETS Post 6829 59 Angler's Restaurant and Bait's Motel 45,54 Arts in the Park 15,25,61 athenahealth, Inc. 41,63,67 Atlantic Insurance & Benefits 64 Ballou & Associates 61 Bangor Daily News 65 Bangor Metro 65 Bangor Savings Bank, Belfast 23,61 Bangor Savings Bank, Unity 61 Bangor Savings Ban, Downtown Belfast 61 Bangor Savings Bank, Searsport 61 Bank of America 61 Bar Harbor Bank & Trust 61 Bay City Cargo 63 Bay Leaf Cottages & Bistro 12,13,45,50 Bay Wrap, Inc. 10,11,45 Bayside Cottage Rentals 50 Beach Cottage Inn 52 Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railway 37,65 Belfast 1890's House 52 Belfast Adult Education 61 Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce 22,23,24,25,26,27,40 Belfast Armory Rental Program 60 Belfast Bay Inn 50,51,54 Belfast Bay Shade Company 34,63,64 Belfast Breeze Inn & Music by the Bay 23,50,51 Belfast Center 66 Belfast Co-op 10,11,22,42,46,47 Belfast Creative Coalition 23,35,60 Belfast Curling Club 58 Belfast Dairy Queen 45,46 Belfast Dance Studio 10,11,58 Belfast Dental Care LLC 41,63 Belfast Farmers' Market 16,17,22,60,61 Belfast Free Library 10,11,15,64 Belfast Garden Club 22,24,60 Belfast Harbor Inn 54 Belfast Historical Society & Museum Inc. 15,25,37,65

Belfast Laundry Center 15,64 Belfast Lions Club 59 Belfast Maine Real Estate 21,66 Belfast Maskers 59,65 Belfast Rotary Club 6,26,59 Belfast Self Storage 67 Belfast Soup Kitchen 60 Belfast Temps 59 Belfast United Methodist Church 22,65 Belfast Variety, Inc. BV 52 61 Belfast Variety, Inc. 61 Belhaven Inn Bed & Breakfast 50 Bell the Cat 45,46 Belmont Boatworks 64 Bennett's Gems & Jewelry 64 Berkshire Hathaway 66 Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate 23,66 Beverly Doherty 66 Blue Goose 60 Bluejacket Ship Crafters 65 Brambles 62,63 Briggs Advertising, Inc. 63 Broadreach Family & Community Services 60 Camden Conference 23,59 Camden Hills Realty 66 Camden National Bank 27,51,61 Camden Real Estate 8,66 Camp CaPella 67 Camp Neofa 67 Carol's Collectibles 62 Castine Cruises 66 Castine Kayak Adventures 17,22,67,68 Cellardoor Winery 12,13,31,45,49 Central Maine Bible Conference dba Fair Haven Camps 67 Chase's Daily 46 Chez Seeger 52 Chocolate Drop Candy Shop 45 Chrysalis Counseling 63 Citizens of Maine, LLC 63 City Drawers 26,59 Clark's Apartments 52 Coastal Home Organizing 52,64 Coastal Mountains Land Trust 66 Coastal Power Sports, LLC 67 Coastwise Realty 66 Coffee News USA Inc 65 Colburn Shoe Store 53,59 Cold Comfort Theater 7,22,25,65 Colonial Gables Oceanfront Village 52,53 Colonial Theater 15,45,59 Community Fuels, Inc. 62

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Member Directory Concepta Music & Ministry 32 Concord Coachlines 68 Conklin's Maine Mercantile 15,35,63 Consumers Fuel Co. 62 Cornerspring Montessori School 60,61 Country View Golf Club 16,17,63 Coyote Moon 25,59 Creative Edge Arts 65 Cross Insurance 64 Damariscotta Bank & Trust 61 Darby's Restaurant 10,11,46 Deborah Lincoln House 66 Delvino's Grill & Pasta House 42,44,46 Desination Wellness 63 DM & J Waste, Inc. 68 Dockside Family Restaurant 10,11,46 Don Pedro's Kayak & Surf Co. 67 Down East Credit Union 61 DownEast Auctions 58,59 Ducktrap River of Maine 61 Dutch Chevrolet,Buick Inc. 58,59 Eastman Financial Services 64 Eastside Garage 17,58 EBS Building Supply 63, Inside Back Cover Edward Jones 64 Elm Street Marketing Essentials 65 Emmanuel Baptist Church 65 EPOCH 58 Faith Temple Church of God 66 Fellows, Kee, Tymoczko & Pierson, LLC 58 Fiddlehead Artisan Supply 58,61 Finch Gallery 14,15,23,58,62,63 Fireside Inn Ocean's Edge 46,54,55,60 First Church in Belfast United Church of Christ 66 First Command Financial 61 Fisher's Christmas Tree Farm 61 Floral Creations & Gifts 61,62 Fox & Ginn Movers 66 Friends of Belfast Parks 60 Friends of FT. Knox 16,17,60 Friends of Sears Island 16,17,60 Front Street Pub 11,31,46 Front Street Shipyard 7,64 Future Generations Forestry & Landscaping 64 Gateway Title of Maine, Inc. 66 Glenmoor By The Sea 52,54 Global Packing & Shipping 67 Glow 63 Go Logic Homes, LLC 60 Goodwill Industries of NNE 60 Goodwill Workforce Solutions 60 Greater Bangor Convention & Visitors 60 Green Home Solutions of Mid Coast Maine 65 Green With Envy Salon & Spa 63 Habitat For Humanity of Waldo County 26,59 Hamilton Marine 64 Harbor Hill Nursing Care Center 35,66 Harbor Walk Restaurant 10,11,46 Harborwatch Cottage 52 Harmony Cottage 52 Head of the Bay Business Alliance 60 Holmes Florist & Greenhouse 62 Home Supply Center 63 Home Watch 66 HomeTown Real Estate & Property Management 23,66 Horch Roofing 60 Horowitz Chiropractic 63 Hospice Volunteers Of Waldo County 60 iConcpeta Boutique 59 Inn at Sunrise Point 50

Insight Productions 65 Interiors By Janis Stone 64 Ireland Hill Farms 17,61 J Black Printing 66 J&B Auto Body 58 J&B Diversified Associates 67 Jasmine the Florist 62 Jeweled Turret Inn, The 50 Joe Thornley-Concrete Contractor 61 K. Construction, Inc. 61, Back Cover Katwalk 59 Kendrick's Antiques 58 Key Bank 62 Law Offices of Lee Woodward Jr. 58 Left Bank Books 10,11,15,59 Legal Shield 58 Libby's Variety & CafĂŠ 17,61 Lily Piel Photography 55,65 Lincolnville Business Group 60 Lincolnville Communications 67 Links Website Design & Online Marketing 68 Little River Baptist Church 66 Little River Veterinary Hospital 12,13,58 Living Innovations 63 Loon Lookout Cottages 52 Loyal Biscuit Co. 58,63 LTF Photo, Light in the Forest 65 Lupine Cottage 16,17,62 MAC Electric 61 Macleod Furniture 62 Mailloux & Marden, P. A. 58 Maine Alpaca Experience 12,13,22,26,59,60 Maine Artisans Collective, Inc. 12,13,62 Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Inc. 26,65 Maine Celtic Celebration 25,31,57,61 Maine Coast Construction 61 Maine Country & Coast Real Estate 53,66 Maine DECD 59 Maine Farmland Trust 23,24,63,66 Maine Integrative Chiropractic 63,64 Maine Maritime Museum 22,65 Mainely Pottery 17,41,62 Man on Main 26,59 Maritime Energy 62 Martha Laitin 66 Mary Johnston Design 61 Mathews Brothers Company 8,64 Meanwhile in Belfast 15,43,46,47 Melanie Frazek 58 Merrybell Motel 12,13,54 Metaphor Bronze Tileworks 58 Midcoast Actor's Studio 65 Midcoast Chamber Council 48 Midcoast Leadership Academy 61 Monhegan Boat Line 67,68 Moon Harbor Realty 66 Moore's Septic 61,68 Moorings Oceanfront RV and Campground Inc 52,54 Morrow D.M.D., Michelle L. 63 Mosquito Terminators of Mid-Coast Maine 65,68 Mount Battie Motel Inside Front Cover,54 MTA Accounting PA 62 Napa Auto Parts 58 Nautical Scribe Books 10,11,15,59 Nautilus Seafood & Grill 10,11,46 Neighborhood 46 Nesin, Peter 63 NEW YEARS BY THE BAY 27,61 Nickerson Professional Association 62 North Atlantic Blues Festival 26,31,61 North Atlantic Painting Company 61

North Country Rivers 58,67,68 Northeast Equipment & Supply, Inc. 61 Northport Golf Club 27,63 Ocean House 66 OCIEPKA & BURNETT, PA 58 ORF inc 61 OTT Communications 68 Our Town Belfast, A Main Street Community 23,24,26,27,60 Owl Furniture 62 Owls Head Transportation Museum 65 P.A.W.S. Animal Adoption Center 60 Packaging Solutions 67 Parent Gallery 63 PC Medix 68 Penobscot Bay Dentistry 17,63 Penobscot Bay Pilot 65 Penobscot Bay Singers 65 Penobscot Home Performance 61 Penobscot Marine Museum 16,17,24,37,41,58,65 Penobscot Shores 2,66 Perkins Plumbing and Heating 58,61,66 Perry's Furniture, Inc. 64 Phi Architects 58 Phi Building & Architects 58 Pica // Brand, Strategy, Design 4,65 Point Lookout, The Midcoast's Mountain Retreat 8,12,13,23,24,54,60 Portside Manor 52 Pray's Homes of Belfast, LLC 26,66 Primerica 62 Private Home Care, Inc 63 Pumpkin Patch Antiques 58 Purple Baboon 63 Quirk CarQuest of Belfast 58 Quirk Ford Chrysler 58 R.D. Martineau 64 RE/Max Jaret & Cohn Real Estate 1,66 Realty of Maine 51,66 Reclaimed Maine 17,58 Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) 65 Republican Journal Courier Pulications 65 Restorative Justice Project of the Midcoast 60 ReVision Energy, LLC 58,61 Reynolds Electric LLC 61 Riposta Funeral Home 62 Robin's Nest Consignment Inc 24,57,63 Rockland Savings Bank, FSB 62 Rollie's Bar & Grill, Inc 10,11,27,48,59 Ron Cowan 58 Sam's Club 61 SCORE 59 Searsport Antique Mall 58 Searsport First Congregational Church 66 Searsport Pines Golf Course 16,17,63 Searsport Self Storage 67 Searsport Shores Oceanfront Campground 26,27,31,54,57,67 Seascape Motel & Cottages 54 Seebreeze Family Eye Care 63 Senator Michael Thibodeau 63 Senior College Univ. of ME-Hutchinson Ctr 24,27,60 ServiceMaster Contract Services 59 SERVPRO of Belfast/Camden/Rockland 27,59,65,66 Shangri-La Stoneworks LLC 64 Sherwin Williams 63 Shutes Seafood 17,48 Sidecountry Sports 12,15,58 Smart DataMap Services 59 Springbrook Hill Condominiums 60

St. Margaret's Episcopal Church 27,66 State Farm Insurance 64,65 State Sand and Gravel 61 Stockton Harbor Cruises 67 StoneCrest 60 Suite Inspirations 52 Sukeforth Builders Inc 61 Sundog Energy Systems Inc. 58 Susan A. Cooney Fine Art Studio 58 Susan Tobey White 15,22,59,63 Swanville Community Church 66 TD Banknorth, N.A. 62 Temple Heights Spiritual Camp 66 The Belfast Framer & Betts Gallery 58,63 The Belfast Stagehouse 65 The Blue Alpaca, LLC 7,48,61 The Free Press 65 The Good Kettle 24,48 The Good Table 61 The Gull Motel 54 The Lodge at Camden Hills 50 The Meadow Inc. 63 The Residence at Tall Pines 66 The Treasured Leaf Tea Company 24,45 The Wentworth Event Center 25 Thomas Fowler 61 Tidewater Oil 62 Timberwind Schooner 16,67 Total Property Care INC. 64,66 Tozier's Family Market 65 Trillium Caterers 59 U.S. Small Business Administration 59,63 Unitarian Universalist Church 66 United Farmers Market of Belfast 22,24,25,26,27,61 United Realty 55,66 UniTel, Inc./Bluestreak 23,67,68 Unity Foundation 60 University of Maine - Hutchinson Center 10,11,60,61,66,68 Varney Insurance Agency 53,64 Victorian By The Sea 50 Viking Lumber 63 Village at Stockton Harbor The 60 Vinolio 7,45,48 VSTV 65 Waldo Community Action Partners 60 Waldo County General Hospital 3,57,63 Waldo County Shrine Club Charitable Trust 57,59,60 Waldo County Woodshed 57,59 Waldo County YMCA 24,26,53,57,58 Wasses Hot Dogs 48 Water Walker Sea Kayaks 67 Waterfall Arts 10,11,22,24,27,58 Weavers Roadside Variety 18,19,59,61 Wellman Paving, Inc. 61 Whales Tooth Pub 48 Whitecap Builders, Inc. 61 Wild Cow Creamery 15,45 Windsor Chairmakers 20,23,24,63 Women's Health Care 56,63 Worth Real Estate 51,66 Yankee Clipper Motel 54 Young's Lobster Pound 16,17,48 Youngtown Inn & Restaurant 12,13,48,50














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Belfast The Bay and Beyond 2017  

Maine cultural magazine that shines a spotlight on the hidden gems as well as favorite aspects of the Belfast region. For visitors and resid...

Belfast The Bay and Beyond 2017  

Maine cultural magazine that shines a spotlight on the hidden gems as well as favorite aspects of the Belfast region. For visitors and resid...