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LINCOLNVILLEMAINE.COM

PHOTO: Ben Magro

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Voted TOP 20 DREAM TOWNS by Outside Magazine


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Visit for a day, leave with the heirloom of a lifetime

We invite you to tour our Studio and experience how we transform raw wool into the most unique hand-dyed and hand-woven blankets, throws and accessories in the world. 231 Atlantic Highway (Rte. 1) Northport, Maine 04849 Easy to reach, just 2.7 miles north of Lincolnville Beach. Open 9-5, 7 days a week. Call us at 207-338-9691 SwansIslandCompany.com


1770 Whatever your idea of the perfect escape is, you can find it in Lincolnville. From the drama of the rocky Maine coast to the tranquility of lush green mountains, Lincolnville’s natural beauty offers something for everyone in every season. Explore our beach and watch the ferry make its way to the island of Islesboro. Kayak in a fresh water lake or cross country ski through wooded trails. Stay at one of our area’s fine lodging establishments. Browse our craft shops and fine art galleries. Enjoy fresh lobster and fine cuisine at Lincolnville’s renowned restaurants. Watch lobster boats haul in the catch of the day, or hike up a mountain for the breathtaking sight of a Penobscot Bay sunset. Whatever your choice, you won’t run out of things to “sea” in Lincolnville.

2014 Map & Guide

Emergency Information Hopefully, you won’t need this but it’s nice to have the information.

Emergency dial 911

When you call 911 from a cell phone, the call often lands in a regional center. Tell the call-taker which city you’re calling from. Tell the call-taker what type of emergency you have.

Waldo County Sherrif (207)-338-6786

Lincolnville Fire Dept. (207)-763-3898 or (207)-542-8585 There are two hospitals nearby. Waldo County General Hospital 118 Northport Ave, Belfast (207) 338-2500 Pen Bay Medical Center 6 Glen Cove Dr, Rockport (207) 596-8000

TABLE OF CONTENTS Accommodations

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Artists & Galleries

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Dining

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Lobster & Seafood

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Area Map

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Automotive

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Pet Care

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Recreation & Museum

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Home Improvement

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Food, Coffee, Beer, Wine

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Services

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Boating

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Real Estate

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Shopping

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L’Ville Events

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Professional Services

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COMPLIMENTS OF

LINCOLNVILLE BUS I N E S S GROUP

Post Office Box 202 Lincolnville Beach, ME 04849 LINCOLNVILLEMAINE.COM QUESTIONS@LINCOLNVILLEMAINE.COM


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Accommodations ABBINGTON’S SEAVIEW MOTEL & COTTAGES HIGH TIDE INN 1 6 Located between Camden and Lincolnville Beach on Rt. 1. Great water Once a private estate, the seven quiet landscaped acres overlooking views, swimming pool, cable TV, A/C, heat, family-friendly suite and efficiency. Pets welcome in some units. Open May thru October. (888) 883-4877 • (207) 236-3471 • abbingtonsmotel.com

BAY LEAF COTTAGES & BISTRO 9 All the charm of a B&B without the cost. 10 Designer decorated

cottages and 9 motel rooms with Penobscot Bay views! 2372 Atlantic Highway Lincolnville. (207) 505-0458 • bayleafcottages.com

15 Five cozy ocean view rooms, two with kitchenettes, two en-suites with BEACH COTTAGE INN

refrigerators, large decks, beside the Whale’s Tooth Pub, on the ocean. Reserve with us at (207) 789-5200 • beachcottageinn.com

BEACH HOUSE SUITES 3 Oceanfront suites. Fully furnished, very spacious with large ocean front decks. A few seconds walk to the village shops, popular restaurants & the Islesboro Ferry. Weekly/Monthly rates available. (207) 789-5200 • beachhousesuites.net

CEDARHOLM GARDEN BAY INN 4 This hidden sanctuary offers a tranquil setting at the edge of the sea.

Oceanfront accommodations sport luxurious details such as stone fire places. 2 person spa tubs, and private decks. Renowned gardens, 500 feet of private oceanfront, and fine attention to detail highlight this property. (207) 236-3886 • cedarholm.com

DUCKTRAP MOTEL 65 Located on Rt. 1 less than a mile from Lincolnville Beach, minutes from

Camden, Rockland and Belfast. A five-minute walk to the rocky shoreline of Penobscot Bay. Full bath, cable TV, A/C, fridge, wireless internet. Open year-round. (207) 789-5400 • ducktrapmotel.com

GLENMOOR BY THE SEA 21 Enjoy a private cottage, suite, or room, each with private bath, heat and

A/C, WiFi, Cable TV, Tennis court, 2 swimming pools, and exercise facilities. Continential Breakfast Daily! 2143 Atlantic Hwy (Rt.1) Lincolnville. (866) 706-7905 • glenmoorbythesea.com

Kayaking@ L’Ville Beach

the bay and islands offer Inn-Cottages-Motel. Homebaked breakfast served on the dining porch. Private beach. May - October Route 1 (3.3 miles south of Lincolnville Beach). (800) 778-7068 • hightideinn.com

INN AT OCEAN’S EDGE 7 Indulge at the Inn at Ocean’s Edge nestled among 22 oceanfront acres

of gardens, lawns, woods and swimming pool. Breathtaking views of the sail-dotted Alantic Ocean and spruce-capped islands off our private shorefront property. (207) 236-0945 • innatoceansedge.com

INN AT SUNRISE POINT 8 Our award-winning Inn is a quiet oceanfront haven for discriminating

travelers. A sanctuary tucked away on a beautiful five-acre estate with its own private seashore. Fireplaces, A/C, private decks, private baths / jacuzzis, ocean views. A luxury B&B. Select Registry Inn. (207) 236-7716 • sunrisepoint.com

MOUNT BATTIE MOTEL 10 On Route 1, AAA, Water views, AC/Heat, Free WiFi and long distance, in room coffee, tea, refrigerator. Great continental breakfast, reasonable rates, near beach and dining, May through October. (207) 236-3870 • mountbattie.com

16 MEADOW BEACH COTTAGE

“A little gem near two beaches,” charming water views, walk to restaurants, private beach. By week or month. (207) 789-5430 • wiltshireplace@gmail.com


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Accommodations POINT LOOK OUT RESORT & CONFERENCE CENTER 12 VICTORIAN BY THE SEA 5 Overlooking Penobscot Bay, Point Lookout is open Year-round and offers Romantic, secluded B&B with ocean views, large wrap-around porch, 106 1, 2, and 3 bedroom cottages, 3 conference centers, the Copper Pine café, an 8 lane bowling center, fitness center, sports fields, hiking trails, private park/beach access and more! Rates starting at $129.00/ night. (800) 515-3611 • visitpointlookout.com

PINE GROVE COTTAGES 67 Housekeeping cottages, decks /BBQ grills on 3 pine covered acres.

Log cabins, 1 & 2 bedroom cottages, 1 w/Jacuzzi & FP, heat/ac, tv, WiFi. Pets welcome. Daily/weekly, 2 miles to beach, 4 miles to Camden. (207) 236-2929 • (800) 530-5265 • pinegrovemaine.com

THE SPOUTER INN B&B 70 Ocean views from every room in the 1832 restored Colonial, situated on

fireplaces, and private baths. Full breakfast served in our sunroom overlooking the water. One mile south of Lincolnville Beach on Seaview Drive. (800) 382-9817 • (207) 236-3785 • victorianbythesea.com

YOUNGTOWN INN & RESTAURANT 13 A charming full service country Inn nestled in the serenity of the Camden Hills. Six beautifully decorated guest rooms with an award winning restaurant. TV’s, A/C, and WiFi. Fodors Choice Award. (800) 291-8438 • youngtowninn.com

2 acres across from sand beach. We offer all private baths; some with jacuzzis, wood-burning fireplaces and a complimentary full homemade breakfast made to order. Walk to restaurants, shops and the Islesboro Ferry. (800) 387-5171 • (207) 789-5171 • spouterinn.com

Bay Leaf Cottages & Bistro All the charm of a B&B without the cost!

Designer cottages & motel just ½ mile south of the beach & the Islesboro Ferry. Free continental breakfast daily. Penobscot Bay views! Dogs welcome. Reservations: 207-505-0458 ~ open May-October

www.bayleafcottages.com

2372 Atlantic Hwy, Lincolnville Beach

Maine Beach Cottage Inn Oceanfront accommodations in Lincolnville Beach, Maine

Experience the coast of Maine with us! Enjoy panoramic ocean views from our decks in the heart of a quintessential Maine village. Walking distance to sand beaches, shops, restaurants and the Islesboro Ferry.

(207) 789-5200

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Artists & Galleries 23 MAINE ARTISANS COLLECTIVE

18 BEARSE ART GALLERY

Original watercolors and oils by Jan Bearse. The Maine scene, seascapes, fresh florals, and unusual still life. Located on Route 1, midway between Lincolnville Beach and Camden. Look for the bright red roof. By Appointment. (207) 236-8683

Artisans Craft Gallery located at Lincolnville Beach, featuring the finest Maine made art and fine crafts. Open daily May thru October. (207) 789-5376

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Fine art gallery specializing in 20th century art, vintage North Carolina pottery, mid-century ceramics and accessories. Open year-round 2574 Atlantic Highway, Lincolnville (207) 789-5252 • croninmurphy.com

These hand crafted oyster platters are a perfect way to showcase oysters on the half shell. Paul Sampson, a Maine artisan with decades of woodworking experience, shapes several species of wood into serving platters accommodating either 6 or 12 oysters. (207) 273-4000 • oysterriverjoinery.com

55 GINNA CIRALDO JEWLERY

25 WINDSOR CHAIRMAKERS™

CRONIN & MURPHY GALLERY

Handcrafted in Maine sea glass, Swarovski crystal, pearl, and gemstone jewelry for all occasions. Bridal party and custom orders welcome. Shop online, at select retail shops, or call for an appointment. (207) 975-0889. • ginnaciraldojewelry.com

22 J.M. ROGERS ART GALLERY

Est. 1969. 2786 Atlantic Hwy. Located one mile north of Lincolnville Beach on coastal Route 1. Featuring powerful works in watercolors, oils & acrylics of coastal Maine and Europe, by artist J. M. Rogers. Open 9 am to 6 pm Daily, Closed Monday, June thru October. (207) 789-5682 • JMRogersGallery@aol.com • JMRogersgallery.com

34 OYSTER RIVER JOINERY

Windsor Chairmakers™ invites you to come to our shop, watch chairs being made and talk Windsors. June thru October, open 10 to 5, seven days a week / November thru May, open Monday through Saturday 10 am to 4 pm • (800) 789-5188 • windsorchair.com

Friends of the LBG • SUE CROWE & BOB HAMMER • ANN & JOHN KRUMEIN • LOLLY & JIM CLAYTON • MARION & HARRY SWANSON

Meetings ● Weddings ● Reunions

@Amy Wilton

CRONIN & MURPHY

GALLERY

2574 Atlantic Highway • Lincolnville • 207-789-5252

67 Atlantic Highway● Northport, ME 04849● 800-515-3611

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Lobster & Seafood M&L SEAFOOD 40 Lobster fresh off our boat, caught daily. Fresh crabmeat and clams. Scallops in season. Located 3 miles from Route 1 at 638 Beach Road. Look for lobster sign and buoy tree. Open May thru October. (207) 763-3983

Dining CHEZ MICHEL 30 Authentic French & American Cuisine in a friendly, casual atmosphere. Homemade desserts, soups, steaks, lamb, pork, vegetarian dishes, fresh seafood & lobsters. Outside upper level dining, children’s menu & take-out available. Open Tuesday thru Sunday. (207) 789-5600

LOBSTER POUND 71 Restaurant and gift shop on Penobscot Bay. Outside dining and take-

out. Freshest Seafood in Maine. Open May to October 11:30 am -8 pm Extended hours July - Labor Day. All credit cards. (207) 789-5550 • lobsterpoundmaine.com

WHALE’S TOOTH PUB & RESTAURANT 32 Tasty seafood, fresh lobsters, slow-cooked prime rib, perfectly

charbroiled steaks, local “Andy’s” Ale and friendly staff. Awesome ocean views from our deck. Open Daily at 4 pm. Closed Tues. Lunch on the weekend starting at 11:30 am. (207) 789-5200 • whalestoothpub.com

YOUNGTOWN INN - RESTAURANT 13 The atmosphere and fabulous food combine to craft a truly unforgettable

Chez Michel

French Country & American Food

dining experience. Tucked inland a bit away from the coast, the Youngtown Inn is well worth snuggling into for a spectacular meal and a cozy evening. Fodors Choice. (800) 291-8438 • youngtowninn.com

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Whale’s Tooth Pub & Restaurant Ocean Front Dining

Overlooking The Penobscot Bay

Open Daily at 4pm - www.whalestoothpub.com Route One On The Water At Lincolnville Beach - (207)789-5200

THE LOBSTER POUND & ANDY’S BREW PUB THE PERFECT SEAFOOD COMBO LINCOLNVILLE BEACH, MAINE

Route 1 at Lincolnville Beach • 207 789 5600

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Lincolnville Maine The Heart of the Maine Coast

Lincolnville, Maine is a well-kept secret –one of those “off the beaten path” places hiding in plain sight on the Midcoast of Maine. Within its boundaries are beaches, lakes, mountains, salmon streams, great places to stay, fabulous food, and countless things to see and do. Voted one of the “top 20 Towns in the U.S.” by Outside Magazine, Lincolnville was first settled in 1774 as a farming and fishing community. Over time it has become home to an eclectic mix of people that includes artists, writers, craftsmen, worldclass sailors, boat builders, winemakers, lobstermen, farmers, and just about any other profession you can name.

Photo: J. Corrado

Lincolnville is probably best known for ‘the Beach’ – a nice sandy beach people traveling Route 1 between Portland and Bar Harbor can’t miss. They stop to admire the view, eat a lobster roll while they watch the surf. Enjoy lobstermen off-loading the day’s watch or the Isleboro Ferry dock nearby. If they travel on, they miss the best of Lincolnville. There is much, much more, and to see it all, you’ll need to stay awhile. Lincolnville is a beautiful place to explore.

Photo: J. Corrado

It has mountains with miles of superb hiking trails and spectacular views of Penobscot Bay and its many islands, lovely countryside to wander through (and you might want to stop at one of the organic farms for some fresh berries), some terrific lakes, ponds and streams for swimming, fishing, kayaking in the summer, and don’t forget the ice-fishing, snow skiing, snowshoeing and ice climbing in the winter. Lincolnville is also the place to source Mainemade fine crafts, furniture, handwoven blankets, rugs, baskets, jewelry,


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This Guide lists the many inns, bed & breakfasts, cottages, motels and resorts located here.

HARVEST FESTIVAL 2010

2010 You’llOCTOBER find places 2-3 to stay that suit all tastes and budgets! And if you are thinking of FUN FOR KIDS AND ADULTS THROUGHOUT LINCOLNVILLE moving to the area, the Lincolnville Business Group is a good resource for you to INFORMATION: (207) 763-4478 access local services. Come for a visit. Stay for a while long enough to appreciate all that Lincolnville and the midcoast of Maine has to offer... See you soon!  

Photo: J. Corrado

The directories in this guide give you a list to get a good start. If it is good food and drink –along with friendly people- you seek, you’ll be happy here. At Lincolnville Beach you have fresh locally caught seafood and much more, served in casual but excellent restaurants and eateries. Some of the local inns offer fine dining to the public as well. If you head inland towards Lincolnville Center, between the mountains and fields, you’ll find a winery, with vineyard and farms offering local produce. Don’t forget to sample the local brewer’s ale and our coffee roaster’s specials or pizza and bread right out of the wood fired oven! And where to stay?

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DUCKTRAP KAYAK 50 Explore Maine’s coast on 2 hour or 1/2 day guided tours. Custom

and family tours, too. No experience needed. Rentals available. Store carries finest kayaks, gear, clothing and books. Tours available Daily, May thru Oct. Store open year-round and by appointment. (207) 236-8608

SCHOOLHOUSE MUSEUM 53 Housed in an 1892 one room school with changing displays.

Collections include Native American artifacts, genealogies, old photos, a detailed time line of area from ice age to present. Located 1/8th mile from Lincolnville Beach on Route 173. FREE ADMISSION. (207) 789-5445 • info@lincolnvillehistory.org • lincolnvillehistory.org

Automotive Services

38 Four wheel or front-end alignments, exhaust, tune-ups, batteries, tires, MIKE’S ALIGN & REPAIR

diagnostic engine analysis and lively conversation. (207) 789-5999

WESTERN AUTO 29 Whirlpool appliances, hardware, plumbing supplies, lawn and garden, automotive, etc. 3 miles from Lincolville Beach on Route 173. Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm, Saturday 8 am - 3 pm, Closed Sunday. Credit Cards Accepted. (207) 763-4123

Pet Care

BLAKE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 41 Located at the historic Maine Massachusetts House across from Point

Lookout just north of Lincolnville Beach. Blake Veterinary Hospital provides our community with advanced and compassionate veterinary care in a state-of-the-art facility. 24-Hour Emergency, House calls (Including Islesboro), Microchippings. (207) 789-5700 • blakevet.com • themainedog.com

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Home Improvement • GREEN SHIRE PAINTING

Markets, Food, Coffee Micro Brew & Winery

We can cut/split wood, do tree removal, interior/exterior painting, strip/ refinish floors, replace siding/trim, landscaping (excavator), etc. We are clean cut, well organized, and punctual. (207) 230-4229• grant.lippman@gmail.com

ANDREW’S BREWING CO. • A small local brewery. Est. 1992. We provide the local area with ale

• HOOPER MASONRY INC.

CELLARDOOR WINERY 39 Complimentary wine tastings, tours, boutique gifts, cooking classes

Hooper Masonry Builder of custom brick & stone fireplaces, block brick and stone chimneys. Over 30 years of experience. Fully insured. Free estimates. (207) 596-4554

• JOHN KELLY PAINTING, INC.

Professional Quality interior and exterior painting services with over 30 years of experience in the business. Call John Kelly for a free estimate. (207) 632-4755

• MOODY ELECTRIC

Specializing in residential wiring, old & new. 154 Heal Road, Lincolnville. Fred Moody (207) 763-3113

37 VIKING, INC.

Lumber and building supplies. Hardware, tools, plumbing, electrical supplies. Hours: 7 am- 5 pm, Monday thru Friday, Saturday 7am to Noon. (207) 236-3871 • vikinglumber.com

• WAYNE HEAL’S TRASH REMOVAL

Residential & commercial trash removal - dumpsters and roll off containers. (207) 763-3285

Services

• LINCOLNVILLE NETWORKS

Lincolnville Networks provide Telephone Service to 8 exchanges, cable TV Service to 2 communities, internet access to a large area and high quality, economical conference calling to the entire state. (207) 763-9911

57 PG WILLEY & COMPANY

Heating Oils, Bulk LP Gas, burner service. In our 112th year as a family business serving Lincolnville residents with quality products and service. 24 Bay View St., Camden. (207) 236-3256

brewed in small batches, thus assuring freshness. Andrew’s brews Old English Ale, Brown Ale, St. Nick Porter & Golden Ale.

and other special events. Two unique locations: The Vineyard, 367 Youngtown Road, Lincolnville. (Open daily May-October). The Villa, 48 West Street, Rockport (Open daily April-December). Call for off season hours. (207) 763-4478 • mainewine.com

DOLCE VITA FARM & BAKERY 20 Come to the Farm. Meet Arabella the wood fired oven making the best Artisian Breads and Pizza this side of Italy. While you’re waiting for your pizza visit the vegetable shed and pick up the freshest produce, milk, cheese and eggs around! Call (207) 446-7280 • roseinitaly@yahoo.com

DOT’S 61 Deep, dark coffee. A decadent bakery. Artisanal cheeses. Olive oils.

Prepared foods. Sandwiches and salads. All to go. And a sophisticated selection of wines from $10 to $20 and up. Dot’s is great food and drink. Come in and enjoy. Mon thru Fri 7am-6pm, Sat 8am-6pm. Sundays in season. On Rte. 1 just south of the beach. (207) 706-7922 • dotsmaine.com

GREEN TREE COFFEE & TEA 59 Importers and roasters of fine coffees and teas. Situated just 200

yards South of Lincolnville Beach and the Isleboro Ferry on Route 1. Coffee roasting, cupping and sampling are done daily on location. Call (207) 706-7900 • greentreecoffee.com

THE BEACH STORE 19 Located on Route 1, across from Lincolnville Beach. Hot and cold subs and sandwiches, salads, fresh dough pizza, burgers, hot dogs, fries and onion rings. Breakfast sandwiches until 10 am. Beer, wine, snacks and groceries. Call for take-out. (207) 789-5199


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Shopping 58 CAMDEN CUSTOM EMBROIDERY

Visit our shop at 2 Main Street, Camden for Maine’s best made in Maine embroidery. Retail, wholesale, no minimums. Open all year. (207) 236-8626 • ccebill@tidewater.net • camdenembroidery.com

76 SLEEPY HOLLOW RAG RUGS

Watch us weave! Real rag rugs, each one unique. Nobody does them quite this way. Beaded jewelry, fresh eggs, chairs caned, hand knits, 1”-1” scale dollhouse rugs, local history books. (207) 789-5987 • ragrugs@midcoast.com • sleepyhollowragrugs.com

63 SWAN’S ISLAND BLANKETS

Come visit and observe hand weaving and dyeing of nationally recognized blankets and throws. Winner of the “Smithsonian Blue Ribbon for Excellence”. Local wool and organic dyes create heirloom quality woven goods. 9 miles north of Camden. 231 Atlantic Hwy., Northport. (888) 526-9526, (207) 338-9691 • swansislandblankets.com

Real Estate 69 LINCOLNVILLE REALESTATE & FINE ART

Dwight Wass GRI, realtor/broker. A Maine native with over 25 years experience serving mid-coast Maine sellers and buyers. Our Fine Art Gallery features nationally known and local artisans...painting, sculptures, glass, pottery and more... 2522 Atlantic Highway, L’Ville (207) 789-5000 • (207) 592-2984• lincolnvillerealestate.net

Boating 74 LINCOLNVILLE BOAT CLUB

Lincolnville Boat Club is a public benefit organization focused on teaching sailing and boating safety to youth and adults on the warm waters of Norton Pond. Our certified USSA instructors offer a fun filled program during the months of July and August. For inquiries: (207) 975-4916 • lincolnvilleboatclub.com

52 MAINE WINDJAMMER CRUISES

Experience sailing a century-old vessel in Penobscot Bay among the islands of Maine. Weekend, 3, 4, 5, or 6 day cruises. $475 to $845. (888) MWC-SAIL • (207) 236-2938 info@MaineWindjammerCruises.com • MaineWindjammerCruises.com


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Events Calendar

2014

JUNE 27

AUGUST 14 - 17

POP THE CAUSE

PENBOSCOT BAY RENDEVOUS

Cellardoor Winery. Info: (207) 763-4478

penobscotbayrendezvous.com

JULY 3-5

AUGUST 29 - 31

FESTIVAL OF INDEPENDENCE

CAMDEN WINDJAMMER FESTIVAL

(207) 236-4404

camdenwindjammerfestival.org

JULY 5

SEPT 12-14

Parade at 10:00 a.m. • Band Concert • Food & Fair at 11:00 a.m. All located in Lincolnville Center Info: (207) 763-3381

10 AM - 5 PM. Lincolnville Brochure and info: artisanstour.org

JULY 19

OCTOBER 3

MIDCOAST ARTS AND ARTISANS TOUR

STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL

VINFEST AT CELLARDOOR

ART ON THE BEACH

Dessert & Concert only! Info: (207) 763-4478 • mainewine.com

Whale’s Tooth Pub

JULY 19-20

HARBOR JURIED ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. HARBOR PARK, CAMDEN. CONTACT: 207-236-4404 •CAMDENHARBORARTS.COM

OCTOBER 4-5

HARBOR ARTS & BOOK FAIR

JULY 30 - AUGUST 4

NOVEMBER 1

MAINE LOBSTER FESTIVAL

LINCOLNVILLE CRAFTERS SHOW

Rockland Harbor, Daily events. mainelobsterfestival.com

LIA Building in Lincolnville

AUGUST 9

NOVEMBER 22

Food & Crafts 7 - 10 a.m. Breakfast, Baked Goods, Crafts at McLaughlin’s Lobster Shack, Lincolnville Beach. Info: (207) 236-0028

Samoset Resort

LIA BLUEBERRY WING-DING

MAINE MADE SHOW

DECEMBER 5-7

CHRISTMAS BY THE SEA

FEBRUARY 6-8, 2015 2015 TOBOGGAN NATIONALS At the Camden Snow Bowl For the most current information, please visit our website Sailing with the Boat club on Norton Pond Photo: R. Newcombe

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Professional & Consulting

72 Home, auto, business and marine insurance. Employee benefits. ALLEN INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL

Investment management, estate planning, and personal insurance planning. An employee owned, community minded company. Offices in Rockland, Camden, & Southwest Harbor. (800) 439-4311 • (207) 236-4311 • alleninsuranceandfinancial.com

J.CORRADO PHOTOGRAPHY 55 Food and commercial photography. In studio or location we are

equipped to handle large or small photography assignments. (207) 930-0000 • (201) 793-3978 • jcorrado.net • jcorradophotography.com

LINCOLNVILLE FAMILY DENTISTRY 45 The dental offices of Michael Sloan, DDS. Located less than a half a mile north of Lincolnville Beach. 2561 Atlantic Highway. (207) 789-5270

LINCOLNVILLE REGIONAL HEALTH CENTER 46 Adult and pediatric family medical services. Lincolnville Regional Health Center, 2399 Atlantic Highway. Deborah Peabody, MD. (207) 236-4851 • (800) 428-8820 • wchi.com

PENOBSCOT BAY REGIONAL CHAMBER 0F COMMERCE 47 The 4th largest chamber in the state of Maine (and the largest

chamber representing smaller, coastal communities), the PBRCC is also one of the largest membership-driven community organizations in the area. The Chamber represents the coming together of businesses, non-profits, government, and citizens in support of a vibrant and growing region with unparalleled quality of life and quality of place. (207) 236-4404 • penbaychamber.com

ROCKPORT FAMILY EYECARE 48 “See your way to a better life” Come in and meet Dr. Michael E Marden. Most insurances and credit cards accepted. (207) 236-8879

Go Green

One of a Kind! Seven beautiful panoramic acres directly on the ocean at the base of Mt. Megunticook, with accommodations for every discriminating taste—an inn, cottages and 2 motor inns. Our private beach overlooks Penobscot Bay, the islands, and open ocean. Our units are well off the road, affording a quiet, relaxing ambience after a day full of activities— all within minutes of the inn. Featured in Best Places to Stay in New England The Harvard Common Press

GREEN TREE COFFEE AND TEA

MAINE

2456 Atlantic Highway, Lincolnville, ME 207-706-7900 • GreenTreeCoffee.com

The High Tide Inn on the ocean U.S. Rte. 1 • Camden, Maine 04843 800.778.7068 • 207.236.3724 Online at www.hightideinn.com One mile north of Camden Hills State Park


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