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BLUE HILL | BROOKLIN | BROOKSVILLE | CASTINE PENOBSCOT | SEDGWICK | DEER ISLE | STONINGTON


Community-Based Land Conservation since 1985

A Land Conservation Trust Serving Blue Hill ● Brooklin ● Brooksville ● Castine ● Penobscot ● Sedgwick ● Surry

BLUE HILL MOUNTAIN TRAILS

Over 7,000 Acres of Conserved Land! 25+ Hiking Trails Across the Peninsula 1,860 Acres of Protected Working Farmland

PENINSULA TRAIL GUIDES AVAILABLE AT OUR OFFICE!

Public Water Access Swim - Boat - Fish

Public Events

Group Hikes Walks & Talks Workshops Farm Tours & More!

Stop by our Office for a Schedule of Events

Discover the Magical Places on the Peninsula! 258 Mountain Rd., Blue Hill * (207)374-5118 * bluehillheritagetrust.org 2 | Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce


Independent Living Apartments • Assisted Living Suites • Retirement Cottages

Call TODAY To Arrange A Visit 207.374.2306

Our Residents LOVE Living Here. . . We’re Confident YOU Will Too. Our intimate retirement community offers independent living apartments and assisted living suites, as well as retirement cottages. We are ideally located on the beautiful down east coastline, on 28 acres surrounded by woods and walking trails with sweeping views of Blue Hill Bay. Our residents enjoy restaurant-style fine dining and a full calendar of events and activities.

63 Parker Ridge Lane, Blue Hill, ME • www.ParkerRidge.com • &

CONTEMPORARY ART May 29 through October 9, 2016

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DRIVING: From points south: FollowI-95N to Exit 44 in South Portland. Merge onto I-295 in Portland. Take Exit 113 in Augusta onto US-3, going east towards Belfast. Continue on US-3 to Bucksport. Follow US-3 and ME-15 to Blue Hill. Or: Follow I-95 to Exit 28 in Brunswick. Follow US-1 along the coast to Bucksport and US-15 to Blue Hill. From points north: Follow I-95S to Exit 182A in Bangor. Merge onto I-395E/ME-15 towards US-1. Take Exit 4 onto ME-15S/ME-9E towards Brewer. Follow ME-15 into Blue Hill. FLYING: Bangor International Airport (BGR) 36 miles from the Blue Hill Peninsula Hancock County Bar Harbor Airport (BHB) 22 miles from Blue Hill Portland International Jetport (PWM) 140 miles from Blue Hill

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The Peninsula

Blue Hill Heritage Trust Welcome to the Peninsula On the Water Farm to Table & Agriculture Dining Guide Where to Stay

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Towns of the Peninsula Blue Hill Brooklin Deer Isle & Stonington Brooksville Penobscot Castine Sedgwick Historical Societies & Libraries Area Map Celebrate on the Peninsula Calendar of Events Member Directory Tide Charts Advertiser Index

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he Blue Hill Peninsula encompasses the towns of Blue Hill, Brooklin, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot and Sedgwick. Blue Hill is the largest town, and is the region’s service center. Along with Penobscot, Blue Hill is the gateway to the rest of the Peninsula, and to Deer Isle and Stonington. The landscape here is marked by sweeping views of blueberry barrens and the sea. Tucked in among the ridges, valleys and the jagged coastline, you’ll find adventure of all kinds, from a day on the water and an evening of live music to a solitary morning walk and an afternoon of gallery tours and shopping. You’ll find our communities to be diverse, independent yet interconnected. Anywhere on the Peninsula, you may strike up a conversation with a lobsterman, boatbuilder or sailor who knows these waters like the back of his hand. You will find locally sourced food and highly skilled craftspeople and artists in every town and village in our region. And anywhere you go from Stonington to Penobscot, you’ll find evidence of the resourcefulness, dry wit and creativity that has defined our region’s culture for centuries. This region was home to Maine’s native American tribes, the Abenaki, for close to 4000 years before the arrival of Captain Joseph Wood and John Roundy in 1762. The early economy centered around ship building and quarrying. Lumbering, lobstering, fishing and farming have played an important role in our economy and culture since the earliest days. By the late 1800’s the region had become a summer destination. Today, many of these industries coexist with a thriving art, music and food scene to create this unique place called The Blue Hill Peninsula.Welcome. We’re so glad you came!

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HIRAM BLAKE CAMP Chef Devin Finigan

Now Serving Dinner Thurs. thru Mon., 5:00 - 8:30 p.m. Happy Hour on Deck Tues. thru Sun. Lunch Wed. thru Sun., 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m

27 Main Street • Stonington, ME (207) 367-5500 Dinner Reservations Recommended

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15 shorefront cottages on 100 secluded acres. Great views. Pleasant country style accommodations with home cooked Maine meals. Housekeeping offseason. 207-326-4951 • www.hiramblake.com Deb & Dave Ludlow, Hiram Blake Camp 220 Weir Cove Rd., Harborside, ME 04642

HINCHCLIFFE ANTIQUES & FARM TABLES Early furniture, country and painted, country accessories and early decoys. ALSO, distinctive farm tables made in the traditional manner. Cradle Knolls Lane, W. Sedgwick, ME 04676 (207) 632-5475 or (207) 326-9411 dhinchc@prexar.com

KAYAK, CANOE, BIKE AND PADDLE BOARD RENTALS

207-374-3600 We Deliver! www.theactivityshop.com Chris Muise - Owner info@theactivityshop.com 139 Mines Road, Blue Hill, Maine 04614

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EVERYONE WELCOME

Emphasis on LOCAL & ORGANIC Freshly Made Café Food COMMUNITY MARKET & CAFÉ

Goodies For Picnic Baskets & Backpacks! We know!

Eco-Prints, Indigo Shibori, Naturally Dyed Textiles, Yarns, Paper and Classes Open Memorial Day to Labor Day Tuesday-Saturday 10-4. Off season by chance or appointment. Amelia Poole 30 Bagaduce Road, Brooksville, ME 04617 (339) 832-2930 www.ecouturetextilestudio.com

We totally understand why you might choose to avoid a Mexican Restaurant in a barn in Maine. It’s probably not a bad strategy, to be honest, but you owe it to yourself to come and check us out. We make ridiculously delicious food, from scratch with produce sourced from farms right here on the beautiful Blue Hill peninsula and we serve it in an environment that will make you smile. Bring the kids, bring your badminton racket, and see why folks from all over the world tell us this is their favorite place to eat. Check us out!

Burritos ✯ Tacos ✯ Fresh Salsas ✯ BYOB

EL EL FRIJOLES Mexican Food 41 Caterpillar Hill Rd. (Rt. 15)

Sargentville, ME 04673 Weds. thru Sun. 11 am - 8 pm Call us! elelfrijoles.com

207.359.2486

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Jams●Chutneys●Homemade Bakery Treats●Shop

Four Acres of Sculptures!

NERVOUS NELLIE‛S Jams and Jellies

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DEEPWATER BREW PUB

Fantastic Pub Fare & Locally Handcrafted Brews

Tenney Hill • Blue Hill • 207-374-2441

Let Your Adventure Start Here! Our oceanfront facility provides direct access to the best boating on the East Coast. We offer camping, kayak & sailing lessons, boat rentals, eco-cruises, lobster bakes, ferry service to Isle au Haut, plus wedding & event venues. Accommodations include: campsites, bunkhouse, & private upscale rooms with private baths.

130 Settlement Rd.,Stonington, ME 04681 207-367-8977 • www.oldquarry.com

513 South Street, Blue Hill

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rom its earliest days, the sea has defined the Blue Hill Peninsula and neighboring islands as a center for boat building, coastal trading, sailing, fishing and recreation. The Peninsula’s many harbors and inlets are busy with lobster boats, recreational powerboats, sailboats of all sizes and types, as well as other small craft that including kayaks and row boats. Public Landings: East Blue Hill - East Blue Hill Village Improvement Association Boat Ramp (permit required): Contact Gabrielle Wellman (374-2140) Blue Hill - Public Wharf downtown, high tide access only (no permit) South Blue Hill - Public Wharf , all tides access (no permit) Sedgwick and Brooksville share a public fresh water landing at Walker’s Pond, off of Rte 15/175 (on Cooper Farm Rd.) in Sedgwick. Castine - all tide access downtown with access to shops, restaurants and businesses. Blue Hill Harbormaster: Dennis Robertson (207) 374-5561 Castine & Brooksville Harbormaster: Sarah Cox (207) 326-9638 Castine town dock on-duty cell phone: (207) 266-7711 or Channels 09 & 16. Dock attendant on-duty daily 8 AM -5 PM from July 1 - Labor Day

There are many opportunities to get out on the water, regardless of your level of experience: The Kollegewidgwok Sailing Education Association (KSEA) - a nonprofit sailing school serving Blue Hill and the surrounding region. (207) 374-5505 or kycbluehill.com. Nichols Day Camp, a summer camp on Walker’s Pond offering swimming, sailing, canoeing for children ages 5 to 15. office (207) 374-5862 or the June-Aug camp office (207) 359-4900 At the Water’s Edge- an imaginative play program based in nature on the shores of Woods Pond and led by a certified Maine Guide. (207) 374-5255 Old Quarry Ocean Adventures in Stonington offers sailing school for children, ocean kayaking lessons and safety clinics, guided tours, boat trips, sailing charters, and rental moorings. Old Quarry also rents kayaks, sailboats, bikes, canoes, windsurfers and rowboats. (207) 367-8977 The Activity Shop in Blue Hill rents recreational kayaks (single and tandem), canoes, paddleboards and bikes. Equipment delivery at no charge. (207) 374-3600 Castine Kayak Adventures in Castine offers daily summer kayak tours, intermediate, overnight and international tours, as well as a range of clinics, including beginner to advanced courses, roll clinics and sea kayak guide training. Kayak and bike rentals also available. (207) 866-3506

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66 Hinckley Ridge Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 www.meastbury.com

Commercial & Residential Roads | Driveways | Parking Lots Landscaping | Septic Systems Roll-off Container Service Shoreline Stabilization | Walls D.E.P Certified

Water’s Edge “Not Your Average Wine Shop”

Wine ~ Cheese ~ Beer Stonington’s Sandwich Shop Fresh Bread, Sweets & More

Menu & info at watersedgewines.com 6 Thurlow’s Hill • (207) 367-6348 Open Year Round

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374-5833 | 874-4000 One West Lane, Blue Hill | www.lambertcoffin.com

kneisel hall chamber music festival

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in beautiful Stonington take a Maine stay-cation!

FILM. LIVE THEATRE. CONCERTS. COMMUNITY EVENTS. www.operahousearts.org 207-367-2788

A summer of chamber music Concerts, Open Rehearsals, Master Classes 207.374.2811 festival@kneisel.org www.kneisel.org

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Farm to table & AGRICULTURE

he state of Maine has over 1.4 million acres in T farmland (about 8,200 farms), 60% of which are held in small farms of less than 100 acres. Maine

now ranks first in agricultural sales, in no small part due to the thriving network of farmers markets, farm stands, and to farm-to-table restaurants. Agricultural production on the Peninsula embodies the interdependence of culture, food and a healthy economy. This Peninsula is home to roughly 40 farms. They are all small family-run farms, committed to the land and to producing high quality produce, dairy and meat products. Farmers here produce year-round, despite our notorious winters. With a farmers market in every town, you’ll find farm stands all around the peninsula and you can even buy from the online farmers market FarmDrop, or can have a care package of locally produced goods delivered to you from Peninsula Provisions. Farm-to-table dining offers the finest collaboration between the regions talented chefs and its dedicated farmers. Across the Peninsula, chefs work with local food producers to deliver the finest dining experience - they can tell you where your steak or oyster was raised, what type of heirloom tomato you’ve been served and why the local cream makes the best flan. The peninsula’s farmers markets are home-grown, community driven markets offering a changing mix of farm products, including produce, meat, dairy and eggs. Local coffee roasters, tea producers, the local saltworks, beekeepers, bakers, fishermen & women, and craftspeople are also well-represented. Each market reflects a nature of its town, and each trip to the market is a unique experience.

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WINTER MARKET IN BLUE HILL

Mainescape Garden Center Mid-October to mid-May, Saturdays 9:30-noon Enjoy hot coffee, cocoa and fresh baked in the greenhouse. Fresh vegetables, dairy, lamb, pork, maple syrup and a rotating mix of fine crafts. For more information: (207) 266.6512

BLUE HILL FARMERS MARKET

CASTINE FARMERS MARKET

Town Common Mid-June through September Thursdays 9-11:30 Take a stroll through Castine’s historic streets and stop by for fresh fish and produce as well as some fine jewelry.

DEER ISLE VILLAGE FARMERS MARKET Old school parking lot Early June through mid-October Wednesdays 9:30-11:30 Stop by for peaches, tea, smoked fish, along with local produce and crafts.

Blue Hill Fairgrounds.* May 24 – Oct 8, Saturdays 9-11:30 A classic summer farmers market with everything you’d expect! Produce, meat, STONINGTON FARMERS MARKET dairy, flowers, bread and more. Island Community Center, School St. *The market will be at the 1st Congregational Church on Sat., Aug 27, Sept 3 & 10* Mid-May through mid-October Fridays 10-noon A rain or shine market offering local BROOKLIN FARMERS MARKET produce, cheeses, seafood, and fine Brooklin Public Library Mid-May through Sept., Thursdays 3-5:30 crafts. Community organizations are also represented. The market One of the few evening markets, is dog-friendly, but pets must be this one offers a lively mix of products leashed. For more information, visit in the center of town. stoningtonfarmersmarket.com

BROOKSVILLE FARMERS MARKET

Community Center in Buck’s Harbor Tuesdays 9:30-noon A small-town summer market featuring plants, eggs, specialty salt, and local crafts.

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Seasonal restaurants are typically open from Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Please call ahead for specific information, including menu changes and daily hours of operation.

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367-5500

27 Main St., Stonington

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33 Main St., Blue Hill

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5 Main St., Blue Hill

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Blue Hill Coop & Café

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4 Ellsworth Rd., Blue Hill

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138 Main St., Blue Hill

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16 South St., Blue Hill

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El El Frijoles

359-2486

41 Caterpillar Hill Rd., Sedgwick

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Farmhouse Inn

374-5286

578 Pleasant St., Blue Hill

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Greenspeed

374-3733

Water St., Blue Hill

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374-7027

27 Water St., Blue Hill

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45 Main St., Stonington

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359-2188

455 FLye Point Rd., Brooklin

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326-9510

26 Water St., Castine

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374-2500

83 Mines Rd., Blue Hill

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Millbrook Co. Bakery & Restaurant

359-8344

160 Snow’s Cove Rd., Sedgwick

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777-6845

578 Sunshine Rd., Deer Isle

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326-8616

26 Main St., Castine

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348-5222

20 Main St., Deer Isle

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Strong Brewing

359-8722

7 Rope Ferry Rd., Sedgwick

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The Fish Net

374-5240

162 Main St., Blue Hill

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Barncastle Hotel + Restaurant 125 South St. P.O. Box 1510 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-2300 www.barncastlehotel.com

Inn on the Harbor 45 Main St. P.O. Box 69 Stonington, ME 04681 T 207-367-2420 or 800-942-2420 www.innontheharbor.com

The Blue Hill Inn 40 Union St. P.O. Box 403 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-2844 www.bluehillinn.com

The Lookout Inn & Restaurant 455 Flye Point Rd. Brooklin, ME 04616 T 207-359-2188 www.thelookoutinn.biz

The Brooklin Inn & Restaurant 22 Reach Rd. P.O. Box 25 Brooklin, ME 04616 T 207-359-2777 www.brooklininn.com

The Farmhouse Inn 578 Pleasant St. Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-5286

Castine Inn 33 Main St. Castine, ME 04431 T 207-326-4365 www.castineinn.com Hiram Blake Camp 2200 Weir Cove Rd. Harborside, ME 04642 T 207-326-4951 www.hiramblake.com

thefarmhouseinnmaine.com

Oakland House Cottages by the Sea 435 Herrick Rd. Brooksville, ME 04617 T 207-359-8521 www.oaklandhouse.com

Oceanfront Camping @ Reach Knolls 666 Reach Rd. Brooklin, ME 04616 T 207-359-5555 www.reachknolls.com Old Quarry Ocean Adventures Campground 130 Settlement Rd. Stonington, ME 04681 T 207-367-8977 www.oldquarry.com

Pentagoet Inn 26 Main St. P.O. Box 4 Castine, ME 04421 T 207-326-8616 www.pentagoet.com

Property Rental Companies

Downeast Maine Vacation Rentals P.O. Box 1077 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-669-4235 rentalsmaine.com

Pilgrim’s Inn & The Whale’s Rib Tavern 20 Main St. P.O. Box 69 Deer Isle, ME 04627 T 207-348-6615 www.pilgrimsinn.com

Maine Vacation Rentals, Inc. P.O. Box 374 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-2444 www.MaineVacation RentalsOnline.com

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Peninsula Property Rentals 54 Main St. P.O. Box 611 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-2428 peninsulaproperty rentals.com


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PENTAGÖET INN & RESTAURANT “Best Classic Maine Inn” Yankee Magazine 2015

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Fine Food and Lodging in a Storied Village by the Sea

First class vacation rentals on the Blue Hill Peninsula View our portfolio of summer and year-round cottages on our website or call Gina Lewis and Kim Frank at Maine Vacation Rentals Inc. (207) 374–2444 www.MaineVacationRentalsOnline.com Always welcoming new properties PO Box 374

Blue Hill, Maine

OPEN ALL YEAR! The tide rises and falls beneath us Romantic rooms with private baths, WiFi, TV, VCR, gorgeous views of the islands, lobster boats & windjammers. Seasonal Espresso Bar Open Daily 11am - 4:30pm

www.innontheharbor.com • info@innontheharbor.com 45 Main St. Stonington, Maine • 800-942-2420

JAZZ ON THE PORCH Great Music, Specialty Cocktails, Tapas Tuesdays July-September 5-8pm

26 Main Street Castine

207-326-8616

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Bird Song Vintage Inspired Gifts & Antiques PENTAGÖET INN

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BLUE HILL TOWN OFFICE 18 Union St. | P.O. Box 412 Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-2281

Nestled between Blue Hill Mountain and the protective arm of Blue Hill Bay lies the town of Blue Hill. In 1762, the town’s founders sailed up the bay, disembarked at Mill Island near the reversing falls and built their homes there. Incorporated in 1789, Blue Hill first made a name for itself as a shipbuilding and lumber center, it’s sawmills and craftspeople turning out brigs and schooners, masts, cordwood and shingles. Granite from Blue Hill was prized for its high quality and made its way to such notable buildings as the US Stock Exchange and the Brooklyn Bridge. By the mid-1800’s, the town became a summer destination. Today, Blue Hill is rich with artists and craftspeople, excellent food, gracious lodging, art galleries and small shops. Blue Hill welcomes visitors and residents alike to hike its forests and to canoe, kayak and sail its waters. As a service center, the community offers excellent public and private schools, a library that has been the cornerstone of intellectual and social activity in town since its founding in 1796, and a full-service hospital. Blue Hill offers community events such as the traditional blueberry pancake breakfast at the Congregational Church, a summer concert series featuring the steel drum band “Flash! in The Pans,” classical music at Kneisel Hall, Blue Hill Bach and choral music by the Bagaduce Chorale. The Memorial Day Parade, the famous Blue Hill Fair, and both a winter and summer farmers market are just some of the social, recreational and musical events Blue Hill has to offer.

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1. Three Wishes 28 Water St. 2. Arborvine 33 Main St. 3. Bagaduce Music Lending Library 49 South St. 4. Bar Harbor Bank & Trust 21 Main St. 5. Barncastle Hotel + Restaurant 125 South St. 6. Bears N Me 31 Water St. 7. Black Dinah Chocolatiers 5 Main St. 8. Blue Hill Accounting 344 Ellsworth Rd. 9. Blue Hill Bay Gallery 11 Tenney Hill 10. Blue Hill Co-op Community Market & Café 4 Ellsworth Road

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25. Downeast Maine Vacation Rentals Union St. 26. Downeast Properties 105 Main St. 27. Dunkin Donuts 16 South St. 28. Ellen S. Best, Attorney at Law 36 Main St. 29. Elliott & Elliott Architecture 86 Main St. 30. Fairwinds Florist 5 Main St. 31. George Stevens Academy 23 Union St. 32. Greenspeed Water St. 33. Hairplanes 513 South St. 34. Halcyon Grange 1157 Pleasant St. 35. Hale & Hamlin 105 Main St. 36. Handworks Gallery 48 Main St. 37. Hewes & Company 419 Ellsworth Rd 38. Ira Berry Lodge, #128 75 Main St. 39. Jud Hartmann Gallery 79 Main St. 40. Kingdom Bikes 219 Kingdom Rd. 41. Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival

11. Blue Hill Farmers’ Market Fairgrounds/Congo Church 12. Blue Hill Heritage Trust 258 Mountain Rd. 13. Blue Hill Public Library 5 Parker Point Rd. 14. Blue Hill Memorial Hospital 57 Water St. 15. Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber 16B South St. 16. Blue Hill Peninsula Dental 120 South St. 17. Blue Hill Psychological Services 65 Union St. 37 Pleasant St./54 Main St. 18. Blue Hill YMCA 15 South St. 42. Knight Associates, Architects 157 Hinckley Ridge Rd. 19. Boatyard Antiques 13 East Blue Hill Rd. 43. Kollegewidgwok Yacht Club 44 KYC Lane 20. Community Pharmacy of Blue Hill 15 South St. 44. Lambert Coffin 1 West Lane 21. Compass Point Real Estate 75 Main St. 45. Liros Gallery 14 Parker Point Rd. 22. Cynthia Winings Gallery 24 Parker Point Rd. 46. MAE, Inc. 49 Main St. 23. Deepwater Brewing 33 Tenney Hill 47. Boatyard Grill 13 East Blue Hill Rd 24. Downeast Landscape & Design 11 Turkey Farm Rd. 48. Mainescape Garden Shop 48 South St.

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49. Marine Environmental Research Instit. 55 Main St. 72. The First 1 South St. 50. Merle B. Grindle Agency 6 East Blue Hill Rd. 73. The Fish Net 163 Main St. 51. Michael W. Snow Electrician, Inc. 18 Field House Lane 74. The Harbor House 27 Water St. 52. New Surry Theater 18 Union St. 75. Blue Hill Fair Fairgrounds 53. Parker Ridge Retirement Comm. 63 Parker Ridge Lane 76. THRIVE Wellness Center 27 Water St. 54. Peninsula Metaphoric Arts & Learning 77. Town of Blue Hill 2 Union St. 139 Mines Rd. 78. Tradewinds Marketplace 15 South St. 55. Peninsula Property Rentals 54 Main St. 79. Tree of Life, Inc. 23 South St. 56. Peninsula Provisions 5 Main St. 80. Healthy Peninsula 10 Parker Point Rd 57. Rackliffe Pottery 138 Ellsworth Rd. 81. The Harbor School 8 Mill St 58. Rioux Catering 578 Pleasant St. 82. Cheryl L Boulet, CPA 1 West Lane, Ste C 59. Rioux Painting & Drywall 578 Pleasant St. 83. The McClure Group 141 Ellsworth Rd 60. Sage Collins Surveying, Inc. 341 Ellsworth Rd. 84. Camden National Bank 9 Tenney Hill 61. Salon Verde 1 West Lane 85. Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home 49 Main St 62. Saltmeadow Properties 48 Main St. 86. Wellness Chiropractic PC 20 East Blue Hill Rd 63. Seven Sisters Arts 132 Beech Hill Rd. 87. Ayushri Yoga Ayurveda & Wellness 15 Ellsworth Rd 64. Sleigh Bell Shoppe 733 Falls Bridge Rd. 88. Bucklyn Coffee 103 South St 65. St. Francis By The Sea Episcopal Church 89. PowerWise Systems 6 Mines Road, Unit A 330 Hinckley Ridge Rd. 90. Sawyer Custom Carpentry 517 Pleasant St 66. The Activity Shop 139 Mines Rd. 91. Eaton Builders 186 Ellsworth Rd 67. The Bay School 17 Bay School Drive 92. M.E. Astbury & Son, Inc. 66 Hinckley Ridge Rd 68. The Blue Hill Inn 40 Union St. 93. The Turnstyle 23 South St 69. The Blue Hill Wine Shop 138 Main St. 94. The Christopher Group LLC 5 Main St 70. Blue Hill Congregational Church 22 Tenney Hill For a complete listing of chamber member 71. The Farmhouse Inn 578 Pleasant St. businesses, please see pages 51-61.

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Brooklin

BROOKLIN TOWN OFFICE 23 Bay Rd. | P.O. Box 219 Brooklin, ME 04616 (207) 359-8394

A small, lively town at the southern end of the Peninsula, Brooklin was initially settled as part of the town of Sedgwick. Brooklin was incorporated independently in 1849. With miles of beautiful shoreline come the town’s chief industries - fishing and boatbuilding. The town is world-famous for its boatbuilding history and is home to The Brooklin Boat Yard, The Wooden Boat School and Wooden Boat Magazine, along with many smaller builders and design shops. Brooklin offers a charming town center with a beautiful library, small shops, galleries, groceries and provisions. Along its winding roads, travelers will catch stunning glimpses of the Benjamin River and the Eggemoggin Reach. Brooklin hosts several well-known events each year, including the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta and a magnificent 4th of July parade.

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1 Blue Hill Disposal 392 Harriman Point Rd. 2 Bowen by the Bay 34 Lagace Lane 3 Brooklin Inn 22 Reach Rd.

4 Handmade Papers Gallery 113 Reach Rd. 5 The Lookout Inn & Restaurant

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Deer Isle & Stonington

DEER ISLE TOWN OFFICE 70 Church St. | Deer Isle, ME 04627 (207) 348-6060 STONINGTON TOWN OFFICE 32 Main St. | Stonington, ME 04681 (207) 367-2351

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Brooksville

BROOKSVILLE TOWN OFFICE One Town House Rd. Brooksville, ME 04617 (207) 326-4518

The town of Brooksville dates back to the early 1800’s. It encompasses the villages of: Harborside on Cape Rosier (also known simply as “the Cape”); South Brooksville - home to Buck’s Harbor Market, and the white steepled church made famous by Robert McCloskey’s illustrations; North and South Brooksville; and Brooksville Corner. Brooksville’s rolling fields and woodlands, it’s coves and harbors and its seat at the mouth of the Bagaduce River make it a popular destination for boating, kayaking, hiking and for simply getting away from it all. Shell fishing, aquaculture and farming are staples of the town’s economy. Holbrook Island Sanctuary State Park on Cape Rosier P offers 7.5 miles of oceanfront and woodland hiking, diverse ecosystems, and beach access. The Park is maintained by The Friends of Holbrook Island Sanctuary, and can be accessed from the Cape Rosier Rd. For more information, including park maps, visit www.friendsofholbrook.org.

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Penobscot

PENOBSCOT TOWN OFFICE One Southern Bay Rd. | P.O. Box 4 Penobscot, ME 04476 (207) 326-4364

The small, quiet town of Penobscot was one of the earliest settlements on the Peninsula. It’s interior marshes, ponds and the Northern Bay are popular destinations for birding, leisure fishing, kayaking and boating. Incorporated in 1787, the town remains a treasure trove of the region’s history. The Penobscot Historical Society hosts a much-loved pig roast during the height of the summer. © RICHARD MERRILL

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4 Tree Feller 42 Pierces Pond Rd. 5 Town of Penobscot 1 Southern Bay Rd.

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Castine

CASTINE TOWN OFFICE Emerson Hall | 67 Court St. | P.O. Box 204 Castine, ME 04421 (207) 326-4502

Settled in 1604, the historic town of Castine is one of the oldest in the nation and the only town on the Peninsula to have been occupied at various times by the French, the Dutch and the English. It’s strategic location at the mouth of the Penobscot River estuary, along with such colorful figures as Paul Revere and the Baron de St. Castin, made the town a notable trading and maritime center, and a prominent player in the fight for American independence. Today, Castine offers walking tours of its historic buildings, including three forts and Dyce’s Head Lighthouse. It is home to Maine Maritime Academy, and it’s downtown offers a wonderful mix of architectural gems, gracious hospitality and fine dining. Shops and galleries dot the hilly streets leading down to the waterfront. The famous schooner Bowdoin, the only American schooner designed and built for Arctic exploration, is docked in Castine. Built in downeast Maine in 1921, the Bowdoin had made over 25 trips into the Arctic circle and served in WWII. When she’s not sailing above the Arctic circle, you can visit her right on the Castine waterfront.

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1 Adam Gallery 140 Battle Ave. 2 Camden National Bank 19 Water St. 3 Oakum Bay Real Estate 21 Main St.

4 Saltmeadow Properties 7 Main St.

5 The Castine Inn 33 Main St. 6 The Pentagoet Inn 26 Main St.

7 Wilson Museum 120 Perkins St.

8 Dudley’s Refresher 5 Sea St. 9 MarKel’s Bakehouse 26 Water St.

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11 Castine Historical Society 17 School St. 12 Castine Kayak Adventures 17 Sea St.

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Sedgwick

SEDGWICK TOWN OFFICE 719 North Sedgwick Rd. | P.O. Box 40 Sedgwick, ME 04676 (207) 359-2275

The town of Sedgwick was incorporated in 1798 and named after Major General Robert Sedgwick who ousted the French from neighboring Castine. The township’s boundaries diminished as land was taken to form the neighboring towns of Brooksville and Brooklin in the early 1800’s. Early settlers found the land more suitable to grazing, quarrying and logging, due to the long, rocky ridge that runs between the Bagaduce river and Salt Pond. Blueberry barrens dot the landscape, offering scenic views, most notably Caterpillar Hill. The town’s coastline stretches along the shores of the Eggemoggin Reach, separating the Peninsula from Deer Isle. The mouth of the Benjamin River offers sailors and other boaters a quiet cove, and village of Sargentville is the gateway to Deer Isle.

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Blue Hill Historical Society at The Holt House on Water St. in Blue Hill The Holt House, built in 1815, offers a complete look into the households of 18th and 19th century living. Both the house and carriage house hold period furniture and other household goods (including the kitchen hearth), a children’s room with toys, dolls and clothing; tools, carriages and a sleigh. Town records and other memorabilia from the 18th –early 20th century are also housed here. Hours: Tuesdays and Fridays, 1 – 4 p.m. and Saturdays, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. from July 7 through September 12. Brooksville Historical Society on Rte. 176 in Brooksville Corner The collection at this historical society includes marine artifacts, blacksmithing and farming tools along with genealogical information such as bound family histories and journals. Additional geneology resources, such as cemetery and vital records compilations are also housed on site. Hours: Wednesdays and Sundays from 1 – 4 p.m. during July and August. Castine Historical Society at 17 School St. in Castine The historical society’s free walking map of Castine details the architecture and history of the town. The Society also houses a permanent exhibit about the Revolutionary War-era naval expedition on mouth of the Penobscot at Castine. Hours: June 11-June 28, Tues-Sat, 1 - 4 p.m. June 30-Labor Day, Mon-Sat, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sun 1 - 4 p.m. September-Columbus Day Fri, Sat, Mon: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sun: 1 - 4 p.m. Penobscot Historical Society on Rte. 199 in Penobscot A house, barn, school house, tool shed and general store housing antique tools and farm implements, artifacts from the canning factory and dairy cooperative, along with the original telephone switchboard. Hours: Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. during the months of July and August.

Sedgwick/Brooklin Historical Society on Rte. 175 in Sedgwick, across from the town Meeting House The historical society sits on land owned by Sedgwick’s first minister, The Reverend Daniel Merrill. His home, built in 1795, along with the old school house and a newly built barn house artifacts, equipment and memorabilia reflecting the histories and livelihoods of the town’s residents. Adjacent to the society is the Sedgwick Rural Cemetery. Hours: Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m. from June through August.

LIBRARIES Blue Hill Public Library 5 Parker Point Rd., LIBRARIES Blue Hill (207) 374-5515 Friend Memorial Library 1 Reach Rd., Brooklin ME (207) 359-227 Brooksville Free Public Library 1 Townhouse Rd., Brooksville (207) 326-4560

The Sedgwick Library Main St., Sedgwick (intersection of Main St & Reach Rd) (207) 359 - 2177 East Blue Hill Public Library 9 Curtis Cove Rd, East Blue Hill (207) 374 - 5577 Sargentville Library 653 Reach Rd, Sargentville

Witherle Memorial Library 41 School St., Castine (207) 326-4375

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The Eastlight Building One West Lane, Blue Hill

Professional Office and Furnished Apartment space for lease. Call Sandy Douvarjo @ (207) 374-2254. Managed by onewestlane@aol.com

BUILDING SUPPLIES Blue Hill 374-2814

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A Complete Care Center offering: • Homeport, Residential Care • Nursing and Skilled Care • Respite Care • Rehabilitiation • Hospice Care “WHERE CARE BEGINS WITH CARING” www.islandnursinghome.org 207-348-2351

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MARCH 18

Celebrating Bach’s Birthday With organist Kevin Birch; Marcia Gronewold Sly, mezzo-soprano Heidi Powell & Richard Hsu, violin; Abraham Ross, cello St. Francis Episcopal Church - 7:30 PM $25 general/$10 students/under 18 FREE

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March 19th: HOP! Trail Run & Egg Hunt The Blue Hill Heritage Trust and the Blue Hill YMCA team up for springtime fun for the whole family. For more information call (207) 374-5118 or 374-2248 (rain date: March 26)

APRIL 16

Bagaduce Music Lending Library’s 20th Annual Young Composer’s Festival 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Emlen Hall in Blue Hill. Contestants will perform their compositions. Winners will be announced at the end of the Festival. Grammy Award winner Paul Sullivan is this year’s keynote speaker. For more information call (207) 374-5454

MAY 20-22

9th Wings, Waves & Woods: Deer Isle’s Annual Birding Festival Registration packets are $35 (boat trips, art workshops and Birder’s Supper are additional), and include: bird list, nature preserve info, maps, Island Guide, local coupons and the coveted WWW cap. For boat trips allow plenty of time for parking and boarding and dress warmly! For bad weather notices and program updates call IHT at 348-2455 or check the Wings, Waves and Woods Facebook page.

MAY 22 Bagaduce Music Lending Library Fundraiser 3 p.m. at the Music Library’s performance hall in Blue Hill, featuring a classical Bach performance by renowned pianist Janet Pearson. For more information, call (207) 374-5454 MAY 30 SEPT. 5

Flash in the Pans Monday Night Street Dances from 7:30 p.m. 9 p.m.Various locations- visit flashinthepans.org or the Chamber of Commerce for full schedule.

JUNE 4

Celebrating Tchaikovsky 7 p.m. at the Bagaduce Music Lending Library’s South St Performance Hall, featuring Russian-born pianist Yelena Grinberg. For more information, call (207) 374-5454

JULY 3

26th Annual Blue Hill Pops 7:30 pm at the GSA Gymnasium on Union St in Blue Hill featuring Andy Stein, known as fiddler in the Guys All-Star Shoe Band, the house band for Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion. For more information, please visit bagaducemusic.org

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New Surry Theatre 2016 Season Dancing at Lughnasa,

written by Brian Friel, directed by Johannah Blackman March 11-13, 18-20 & 25-26 brings to life the extraordinary story of five Irish sisters and their courage, passion and love.

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,

written by Edward Albee, directed by Dindy Royster April 29-30 & May 1, 6-8 & 13-14. A dark comedy, Tony Award winning, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? portrays husband and wife George and Martha in a searing night of dangerous fun and games.

Doubt, a Parable,

written by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Bec Poole June 17-19, & 24-26 & July 8-9. Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award. In this brilliant and powerful drama, Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects the young Father Flynn of improper relations with one of the male students.

Honk!,

book and lyrics by Anthony Drewe, music by George Stiles, directed by Shari John August 5-7, 12-14 & 19-20. The musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s story of The Ugly Duckling echoes with joyful messages of tolerance and self-acceptance. Call 207.200.4720 or email info@newsurrytheatre.org for more information or to reserve tickets for any show. www.bluehillpeninsula.org | 41


JULY 4

Calendar OF EVENTS Annual 4th of July Parade in Brooklin This classic small town celebration starts at 10 a.m. with a creative costume parade through town, a cookout on the town lawn and peapod races off of Naskeag point in the afternoon. For more information, call (207) 359-8394

JULY 4

July 4th in Castine This family friendly celebration, starts early with a 5K race, followed by a children’s costume parade on the town common, potato sack races, a tug of war, feats of human strength, and a dunk tank benefiting local charities. Concernt and fireworks on the town dock. Guided nighttime kayak tours and harbor cruises. For more information, call (207) 326-9465.

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July 4th in Stonington Another downeast Maine celebration including a parade, lobster feed and celebration on the Fish Pier, followed by fireworks over the harbor. For more information contact the Deer Isle-Stonington Chamber of Commerce as (207) 348-6124

JULY 13

Castine House and Garden Tour The Castine Historical Society hosts a spectacular house and garden tour, featuring eighteen properties, including the historic Perkins House, Grindle House, and Castine Light House. Proceeds benefit the Castine Historical Society. For tickets and more info visit castinehistoricalsociety.org or call (207) 326-4118. Free shuttle service between properties will be available.Ticket Price: $35 in advance; $40 day of tour; Group rates available. Nonrefundable. Lunch and refreshments will be available for purchase

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1690’s Living History Encampment Experience the sights, smells, and sounds of Penobscot Bay’s storied past at the Wilson Museum in Castine. In honor of Bastille Day, a team of re-enactors will eat, sleep and live as though it’s the 1690s, recreating a French and Native American encampment on the Museum’s picturesque grounds overlooking Castine Harbor. For more information on this and other Bastille Day celebrations, please visit www.castinehistoricalsociety.org

Jazz on the Porch at The Pentagoet Inn Enjoy creative hors d’oeuvres and cocktails and the Night & Day jazz trio every Tuesday evening from 5 to 8 p.m.

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Blue Hill Public Library: Paint The Peninsula Beginning at 8 a.m., see over 70 invited artists at work all around town, creating works that will be auctioned later in the evening. All proceeds benefit the BHPL. For more information, call (207) 348-6124 4th Annual Castine Plein Air Festival 2016 40+ juried artists paint Castine “en plein air”. Observe and visit these artists as they create their interpretations of Castine’s waterfront, Federal architecture, forts, and other landscapes. The event will conclude on the afternoon of July 23th with judging and an exhibition, followed by a sale of the original art created over the three-day festival. Reception/sale will begin at 4PM on Saturday, July 23th at the Maine Maritime Academy’s Alfond Student Center. Admission for the three-day event, including the sale and reception, is free to the public. For more information, visit www.castinearts.org.

AUGUST 1 Penobscot East Resource Center’s Annual Lobster Buoy Auction Preview begins at 5 p.m., live auction from 6-8 p.m. Location in Stonington TBA. For more information, call (207) 367-2708 AUGUST 4

Castine Yacht Race The first race of the Eggemoggin Reach Series begins in Castine and ends in Camden.

AUGUST 5

Camden Feeder Race From Camden to Wooden Boat in Brooklin.

AUGUST 6

Eggemoggin Reach Regatta The Eggemoggin Reach Regatta began humbly in 1985 with thirteen wooden boats and a dream. The Regatta’s 15-mile course has remained the same over the years, beginning off of Center Harbor and finishing at The Wooden Boat School. The race begins at 10 a.m. For more information, visit erregatt.com

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AUGUST 6 9th Annual Blueberry Festival at the Blue Hill Congregational Church The day begins at 7 a.m. with a Blueberry Pancake Breakfast. Children look forward to the ‘Pocket Lady’, where they can buy a chance to reach into a pocketed apron for a prize. There’s also a bounce house, dunk tank, whipped cream pie eating contest, face painting and a cake walk. Adults enjoy the silent auction, featuring antique furniture, paintings by local artists, vacation rentals and gift certificates. And everyone enjoys the Blueberry themed food until 3 p.m. For more information call (207) 374-2891. For more information, visit bluehillcongregational.org AUGUST 14-16 Maine Homes, Boats and Harbors Show Held in Rockland, this is the only in-water boat show in the state of Maine. It features many Peninsula businesses, from boatbuilders and furniture makers to architects and craftspeople. Each day’s events begin at 10 a.m. For more information, please visit maineboats.com SEPT. 1 - 6

The Blue Hill Fair The Blue Hill Fair is a true “Down to Earth” Country Fair. Always scheduled around Labor Day weekend, the fair boasts awardwinning agricultural & lifestock competitions, a traditional midway with rides, entertainment and food and helicopter rides. Fireworks close the show on Sunday evening.

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14th Annual Peninsula Potters Studio Tour & Sale 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Sat. & Sun. Ceramic artists from Surry to Sunset invite visitors to see new work, participate in kiln openings and see guest artists. A range of work and ceramic technique is on display, from delicate porcelain ware to rugged raku fired pots. For more information, visit peninsulapotters.com

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and a spectacular lighted display of carved pumpkins by the 11th Hour Farming Artists.

DECEMBER 8

Annual Tree Lighting in Blue Hill Blue Hill rings in the holiday season from 4 to 7 pm with a fun run, wreath-making, cookie decorating, music, shopping- and Santa arrives by sled dog. For more information, visit bluehillpeninsula.org

DECEMBER

Light Up Castine December brings a month long holiday celebration in the historic village of Castine. Decorated Christmas trees can be found from the Town Common to the Town Dock and everywhere in between. Santa arrives, shops are brimming with holiday gifts, children’s choirs sing and candlelight services welcome everyone from near and far. Old fashion “Bazaars” offer wreaths, decorations and crafts for all. Galleries, merchants, restaurants and historical associations host special open houses that truly put everyone in the holiday spirit.

Blue Hill Bach Summer Concert Series Thursday, July 21 - Bach in Weimar St. Francis Episcopal Church - 7:30 PM $25 general/$10 students/under 18 FREE Friday, July 22 - Bach’s Lunch Blue Hill Public Library - 12 Noon Free to the public Friday, July 22 - An A(r)cadian Sojourn Mainescape Garden Center - 5 PM $40 general/$10 students/under 18 FREE Saturday, July 23 - Christmas in July Blue Hill First Congregational Church - 7:30 PM $25 general/$10 students/under 18 FREE Tuesday, July 26 - Magnificat! A special concert & open recording session St. John’s Catholic Church, Bangor $20 general/$10 students/under 18 FREE

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KNEISEL HALL 2016 FESTIVAL CONCERTS Friday, June 24, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 25, 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 1, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 3, 4:00 p.m. Friday, July 8, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 10, 4:00 p.m. Discussion with performers after concerts. Friday, July 15, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 17, 4:00 p.m. Friday, July 22, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 24, 4:00 p.m. Discussion with performers after concerts. Friday, August 12, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, August 14, 4:00 p.m. Friday, August 19, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, August 21, 4:00 p.m. Trio Cleonice Friday, August 26, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, August 28, 4:00 p.m. A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra Sunday, September 11, 4:00 p.m. Verona String Quartet

GREGORY C. CARROLL YOUNG ARTIST CONCERTS July 16, Saturday July 18, Monday July 19, Tuesday August 10, Wednesday August 11, Thursday August 13, Saturday

7:30pm 2:00pm, 2:00pm, 7:30pm 2:00pm, 2:00pm,

7:30pm 7:30pm 7:30pm 7:30pm

ACMI FACULTY

Wednesday, August 17 @ 7:30 P.M.

MASTER CLASSES

7:30 P.M. July 7, 11, 14, August 1, 4, 8

OPEN REHEARSALS

for Festival Concerts 9:00 A.M. Fridays: June 24, July 1 8, 15, 22, 29, August 5, 12, 19, 26, September 9

CHILDREN’S CONCERTS

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ISLE AU HAUT FERRY SERVICE SUMMER TOURS

Isle au Haut Boat Services provides year-round scheduled passenger, freight and mail service between Stonington and the Isle au Haut Town Landing and seasonal service to the Acadia National Park Landing at Duck Harbor

Lighthouse Tours

Sunday, July 10 Sunday, August 21 September 10 & 11 - Lighthouse Weekend All Lighthouse trips are 11 a.m. departures

Puffin Trips

Sunday, May 29 2pm Sunday, June 19 11am Sunday, July 17 3pm Sunday, July 24 11am Sunday, August 7 11am

Combination Excursions

Sundays, June 26 11am Sunday, July 31 3pm Sunday, August 14 3pm Why choose between tours, when you can see puffins AND lighthouses? Enjoy viewing the lights of Mark Island, Saddleback and Isle au Haut on your return from the puffin colony on Seal Island. For more information call (207) 367-5193 or visit isleauhaut.com

BLUE HILL FAMILY YMCA RACE SERIES Aug 6 Blue Hill Memorial Hospital Fun Run (1 mile & 5k) Sept 3 Wilbur’s Run @ The Blue Hill Fair (1 mile & 5 k) Sept 25 Tradewinds Pumpkin 4k Dec 8 Ugly Sweater Fun Run For more information call (207) 374-2248

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Hale & Hamlin, LLC Attorneys at Law

Barry K. Mills, Esq. Melissa M. Hale, Esq. Justin M. Bennett, Esq. Sally N. Mills, Esq.

Serving the Downeast community since 1883. Ground Floor, 107 Main Street, Blue Hill, Maine 04614 (opposite the Post Office) 207 374 7016 and 4 State Street, Ellsworth, Maine, 04605 207 667 2561 www.halehamlin.com

Conveniently located in the Tradewinds Market 15 South St. Blue Hill 207-374-3707 ‫ ׀‬www.communityrx.com Pharmacist: Tom Gray Open M-F 8am-6pm Sat 8am-2pm. Closed Sunday 50 | Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce


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ARCHITECTS Bruno Architecture Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5574

Elliott & Elliott Architecture 86 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2566 George Palermo, Architect 97 Union St Blue Hill, ME 04614 (941) 365-7777 Knight Associates, Architects 157 Hinckley Ridge Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2845 ARTS Adam Gallery 140 Battle Ave Castine, ME 04421 207.326.7123 Alfred’s Roost 360 Eggemoggin Rd Little Deer Isle, ME 04650 (207) 348-6699 Blue Hill Bay Gallery 11 Tenney Hill Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5773 ClayForms Pottery 189 Rope Ferry Rd Sedgwick, ME 04676 207.359.2320 Cynthia Winings Gallery 24 Parker Pt Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 917.204.4001 Ecotoure Textile Studios 30 Bagaduce Rd

Brooksville, ME 04617 (339) 832-2930

Geoffrey Warner Studio 43 N. Main Road Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.6555 Handmade Papers Gallery 113 Reach Rd Brooklin, ME 04616 207.359.8345 Handworks Gallery 48 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04617 207.374.5613 Jud Hartsmann Gallery 79 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.9917 Kingman Gallery 117 Center District Yard Deer Isle, ME 04627 207.348.9333 Liros Gallery 14 Parker Point Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5370 Pyramid Studios 10 State St Ellsworth, ME 04605 207.667.3321 Rackliffe Pottery 138 Ellsworth Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2297 Seven Sisters arts 132 Beech Hill Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.664.9842 www.bluehillpeninsula.org | 51


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Surry Arts at the Barn 8 Cross Rd Surry , ME (207) 6699216 Weaving a Life 1643 Coastal Rd Brooksville, ME 04617 207.326.9503

BUSINESS SERVICES Aqua Development Corporation 4 Bellevue Lane Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 266-4455 Beehive Development Blue Hill, ME 04614 (925)203-0549 Beeswax Productions 18 Beech Hill Rd Blue HIll, ME 04614 207.374.5906 Downeast IT 14 Grays Place Sedgwick, ME 04676 207.669.2776

Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2891

Blue Hill Fairgrounds Ellsworth Rd. Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.3701 Blue Hill Garden Club Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5243 Blue Hill Heritage Trust 258 Mountain Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5118 Blue Hill Public Library 5 Parker Point Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-5515 Colloquy Downeast Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2251 Downeast Maine SCORE Ellsworth, ME 04605 207.667.5800

Full Circle Printing Solutions 265 Water St Ellsworth, ME 04605 207.667.5227

Ellsworth American 30 Water Street Ellsworth, ME 04605 207.667.2576

Michelle Keyo Designs, Inc 1 Porcupine Lane Sedgwick, ME 04676 207.326.4407

Penobscot Bay Press Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.2200

Smarts DataMap Service 169 Searsport Ave Belfast, ME 04915 207.930.3633 COMMUNITY Blue Hill Congregational Church 22 Tenney Hill 52 | Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce

Points East Magazine Brooksville, ME 04617 207.326.9051 St. Francis By The Sea Episcopal Church 330 Hinckley Ridge Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5200


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Tree of Life, Inc. 23 South Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2900

COMMUNITY/ON THE WATER Friends of Blue Hill Bay Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5933 Kollegewidgwok Yacht Club 44 KYC Lane Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5581 Marine Environmental Research Institute - MERI 55 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2135

DINING 44 North Coffee 11 Church Street Deer Isle, ME 04627 207.348.5208

Aragosta Restaurant 27 Main Street, Stonington Sedgwick, ME 04676 207.367.5500 Arborvine 33 Main St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2119 Barncastle Hotel + Restaurant 125 South Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2300

Nichols Day Camps 40 Camp Lane Sedgwick, ME 04676 207.374.9906

Black Dinah Chocolatiers 1 Moores Harbor Road Isle au Haut, ME 04645 207.335.5010

Penobscot East Resource Center 13 Atlantic Ave Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.2708

Blue Hill Co-op Community Market & Cafe 4 Ellsworth Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2165

COMMUNITY/SHOPPING The Turnstyle 23 South St Blue Hill , ME 04614 (207 374- 9181 COMMUNITY/THEATER/ARTS Opera House Arts 1 Opera House Lane Stonington, ME 04681 (207)367-2788 COMMUNIY/THEATER New Surry Theater Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.8804

Boatyard Grill 13 East Blue Hill Rd Blue Hill ME (207) 374-3533 Bucklyn Coffee 103 Main St Blue Hill, ME 04614 (917) 971-3246 Dudley’s Refresher 5 Sea Street castine, ME 04421 207.812.3800 www.bluehillpeninsula.org | 53


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Dunkin Donuts 16 south St., Suite C Blue Hill, ME 4614 207.374.7007

El El Frijoles 41 Caterpillar Hill Road Sargentville, ME 04673 207.359.2486 Greenspeed 49 Main St Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-3733 Lookout Inn & Restaurant, The 455 Flye Point Road Brooklin, ME 04616 207.359.2188 Millbrook Company 160 Snows Cove Rd Sedgwick, ME 04676 207.359.8344 The Fish Net 163 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207)374-5240 The Harbor House 27 Water St Blue Hill, Me 04614 207.374.7027 DINING/BREWERY Deepwater Brewing 33 Tenney Hill Blue Hill, ME 04617 207.374.2441 Strong Brewing 7 Rope Ferry Rd Sedgwick, ME 04676 (207) 359-8722

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DINING/EVENT SERVICES MarKel’s Bakehouse 26 Water St. Castine, ME 04421 207.326.95100

DINING/STAY/EVENT SERVICES Brooklin Inn 22 Reach Rd Brooklin, ME 04616 207.359.2777 Pilgrim’s Inn & Whale Rib Tavern 20 Main Street Deer Isle, ME 04627 207.348.6615 The Pentagoet Inn 26 Main St Castine, ME 04421 207.326.8616 EDUCATION George Stevens Academy 23 Union Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2808 Peninsula Metaphoric artss & Learning 139 Mines Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5255 School Union #93 20 Hinckley Ridge Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.9927 The Bay School 17 Bay School Drive Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2187 The Harbor School 8 Mill St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5501


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EVENT SERVICES Fairwinds Florist 5 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5621 Rioux Catering 578 Pleasant St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5286

Wallace Tent & Partsy Rental 36 Commerce Park Ellsworth, ME 04605 207.667.6000 FARMS Blue Hill Farmers’ Market Fairgrounds/Congo Church Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.326.9701 King Hill Farm 29 Faerie Kingdom Road Penobscot, ME 04472 207.326.9701 Little Island Oyster Company 167 Ferry Road Brooksville, ME 04617 207.326.4087 FARMS/COMMUNITY Halcyon Grange 1157 Pleasant St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.8923 FARMS/EVENT SERVICES Dan’s Flower Farm 8 Flower Farm Lane Sedgwick, ME 04676 207.359.2047

207.266.6512

FINANCIAL SERVICES Bar Harbor Bank & Trust 21 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5600 Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Deer Isle 26 Church St Deer Isle, ME 04627 (207) 348- 2319 Blue Hill Accounting 344 Ellsworth Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.9985 Camden National Bank, Blue Hill 9 Tenney Hill Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-2707 Camden National Bank, Castine Branch 19 Water Street Castine, ME 04421 207.326.8683 Cheryl L Boulet, CPA 1 West Lance, Ste C Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-2400 Hawkes & Quirk, LLC 66 Main Street; Suite 303 Ellsworth, ME 04605 207.667.2581 The First 1 South Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.3253

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The McClure Group 141 Ellsworth Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-5433

HEALTH SERVICES A Quiet-Moment-Massage 19 Bayview Rd Penobscot, ME 04476 207.610.4966 Alan Wittenberg Music Therapy 8 Cross Rd Surry, ME 4684 (207) 669-9216 Armaid Company, The 658 Pleasant Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.9952 Ayushri Yoga Ayurveda & Wellness 15 Ellsworth Rd Blue Hill, ME 04617 (207) 374-3800 Blue Hill Memorial Hospital 57 Water Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.3410 Blue Hill Peninsula Dental 120 South Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5538 Blue Hill Psychological Services 65 Union Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5811 Blue Hill YMCA 15 South Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-2248 Bowen by the Bay 34 Lagace Lane 56 | Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce

Brooklin, ME 04616 (207) 359-2322

Community Pharmacy of Blue Hill 15 South Street Blue Hill, ME 04617 207.374.3707 Home Instead Senior Care 442 Pleasant St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2333 Island Nursing Home 587 North Deer Isle Rd Deer Isle, ME 04627 207.348.2351 Lynn P Winters OTR/L Stonington, ME 04681 (207) 367-2441 Surry Arts at the Barn 8 Cross Rd Surry, ME 4684 (207) 667-1308 THRIVE! Wellness 27 Water St Blue Hill, ME 04617 www.thrivebluehill.com Two Relax1 Massage Therapy 26 Timberledge Lane Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2192 Wellness Chiropractic PC 20 East Blue Hill Rd Blue Hill, ME 04617 207.374.2186 HEALTH SERVICES/EVENT SERVICES Parker Ridge Retirement Community 63 Parker Ridge Lane Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2306


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HEALTH/COMMUNITY SERVICES Healthy Acadia 1366 State Highway 102, Ste #4 Bar Harbor, ME 04609 207.288.5331 Healthy Peninsula 10 Parker Point Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-3257

Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County 14 McKenzie Ave Ellsworth, ME 04605 (207) 667-2531 HISTORICAL SOCIETIES Castine Historical Society 13617 School St Castine, ME 04421 207.326.4118 Penobscot Historical Society 88 North Penobscot Road Penobscot, ME 04476 207.326.8617 Wilson Museum 120 Perkins Street Castine, ME 04421 207.326.9247 Woodlawn Museum 19 Black House Drive Ellsworth, ME 04605 207.667.8671 HISTORICAL SOCIETIES/COMMUNITY Ira Berry Lodge, #128 75 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5445 HOME/CONSRUCTION SERVICES BHD Containers 319 Ellsworth Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614

207.266.2975

Blue Hill Disposal 392 Harriman Pt Rd Brooklin, ME 04616 207.359.2090 Downeast Landscape & Design 11 Turkey Farm Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5445 Eaton Builders 186 Ellsworth Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.610.2351 Everything Electical 666 Reach Rd Brooklin, ME 04616 207.359.8914 Hewes & Company 419 Ellsworth Rd Blue HIll, ME 04614 207.374.2275 M.E. Astbury & Son, Inc. Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-5049 Michael W. Snow Electrician, Inc. 18 Field House Lane Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5185 Panache Interior Design Blue Hill, ME 04617 207.374.9977 Pond House Design Build 925 Morgan Bay Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.266.4988 PowerWise Systems 6 Mines Road, Unit A Blue Hill, ME 04614 www.bluehillpeninsula.org | 57


207.370.6517

Member DIRECTORY (207) 667-2561

Rioux Painting & Drywall 578 Pleasant St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.669.2524

Hale & Hamlin 4 State St. Ellsworth, ME 04605 207.667.2561

Sage Collins Surveying, Inc. 341 Ellsworth Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2255

Jones, Kuriloff & Sargent LLC 134 Surry Rd Ellsworth, ME 04614 207.610.1672

Sawyer Custom Carpentry 517 Pleasant St Blue HIll, ME 04614 207.374.2260

Lambert Coffin 1 West Lane Blue Hill, ME 04617 207.374.5889

Tree Feller 42 Pierces Pond Road Penobscot, ME 04476 207.326.8635

MUSIC Bagaduce Chorale Blue HIll, ME 04684 207.667-3555

Wardwell Oil, LLC 419 Reach Road Sargentville, ME 04673 207.359.8953

Bagaduce Music Lending Library 49 South St Blue Hill, ME 04616 207.374.5454

INSURANCE SERVICES Merchant Needham & Associates 146 Main St Northeast Harbor, ME 04662 207.276.9800

Blue Hill Bach Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.359.2150

Merle B Grindle Agency 6 East Blue Hill Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-2871 LEGAL SERVICES Ellen S Best, Attorney at Law 36 Main St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2573 Hale & Hamlin Blue Hill 107 Main St. Blue Hill, ME 04614 58 | Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce

Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival 137 Pleasant Street / 54 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2811 REAL ESTATE Compass Point Real Estate 75 Main St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.244.3891 Downeast Properties 105 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2321


Member DIRECTORY

D. Pagain 40 Main St. Stonington, ME 04681 207.374.2321

Oakum Bay Real Estate 21 Main Street Castine, ME 04421 207.326.8741 Saltmeadow Properties, Blue Hill Office 48 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5010 Saltmeadow Properties, Castine Office 7 Main Street Castine, ME 04421 207.326.9116 The Christopher Group LLC 5 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04617 REAL ESTATE/DEVELOPMENT One West Lane 1 West Lane, Blue Hill Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 (772) 359-9618 SALON SERVICES Hairplanes 513 South St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2799 Salon Verde 1 West Lane Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5144 SeaSide Facials 152 Herrick Rd Brooksville, ME 04617 207.374.5858

SERVICES/PETS Creature Quarters 43 Atlantic Lane Surry, ME 04684 207.610.2200

SERVICES Bangor Travel Services 260 Salt Pond Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 374-3277 Island Approaches 50 Main Street Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.5980 Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home 49 Main St Blue Hill Mt Desert, ME 04660 207.374.2144 Maine Camp Outfitters 300 Sunset Road Sunset, ME 04683 207.348.2459 Peninsula Provisions 5 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5621 Tradewinds Marketplace 15 South Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5137 The Keeper Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.812.6070 SERVICES/ON THE WATER Castine Kayak Adventures 17 Sea Street Castine, ME 04421 (207)866-3506 www.bluehillpeninsula.org | 59


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Downeast Custom Cruises 211 Sedgwick Ridge Rd Sedgwick, ME 04676 (207) 632-0312

Isle au Haut Boat Services 27 Seabreeze Ave Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.6503 Old Quarry Ocean Adventures 130 Settlement Rd. Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.8977 The Activity Shop 139 Mines Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.3600 SHOPPING 3 Wishes 28 Water St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5400

Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2833 Sleigh Bell Shoppe 733 Falls Bridge Rd Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2099

The Blue Hill Wine Shop 138 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2161 SHOPPING/DINING Nervous Nellie’s Jams & Jellies 598 Sunshine Road Deer Isle, ME 04627 207.348.6182 SHOPPING/SERVICES Kingdom Bikes 219 Kingdom Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.3230

Bears N Me 31 Water St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.461.9400

STAY Alfred’s Roost 360 Eggemoggin Rd Little Deer Isle, ME 04650 (207) 348-6699

Boatyard Antiques 13 East Blue Hill Road Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.266.9288

Downeast Maine Vacation Rentals Union Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.669.4235

Hinchcliffe Antiques & Farm Tables Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.632.5475

Ernestine Slaven 155 Quarry Hill Lane Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5302

MAE, Inc 49 Main St Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207) 266-7126 Mainescape Garden Shop 48 South Street 60 | Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce

Hiram Blake Camp 220 Weir Cove Rd Brooksville, ME 04617 207.326.4651


Member DIRECTORY

Inn on the Harbor 45 Main St Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.2420

Maine Vacation Rentals, Inc. PO Box 374 Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2444 Oakland House Cottages by the Sea 435 Herrick Rd Brooksville, ME 04617 207.359.34645 Oceanfront Camping @ Reach Knolls 666 Reach Rd Brooklin, ME 04616 207.359.5555 Peninsula Property Rentals 54 Main Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2428 Sea Meadow Cottage 29 Amen Farm Dr. Brooklin, ME 04616 952.974.0187 STAY/DINING/EVENT SERVICES The Blue Hill Inn 40 Union Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2844 The Castine Inn 33 Main St Castine, ME 04421 207.326.4365 The Farmhouse Inn 578 Pleasant St Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.5286

STAY/EVENT SERVICES/DINING/ON THE WATER Old Quarry Ocean Adventures Inc. 130 Settlement Road Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.8977 TOWN Town of Blue Hill 2 Union Street Blue Hill, ME 04614 207.374.2281 Town of Brooklin Brooklin, ME 04616 207.359.8394 Town of Brooksville 1 Townshouse Rd Brooksville, ME 04614 207.326.4518 Town of Castine 67 Court St Castine, ME 04421 (207) 326-4502 Town of Penobscot 1 Southern Bay Rd Penobscot, ME 04476 (207) 326-4364 Town of Sedgwick 719 North Sedgwick Rd Sedgwick, ME 04676 (207) 359-2275 Town of Stonington 32 Main St Stonington, ME 04681 207.367.2351 FRIENDS AND PARTNERS

Bill Grindle T.H. Butler Smythe Tradewinds Blue Hill Memorial Hospital Blue Hill Heritage Trust George Palermo, Architect

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Please Note: (weather of for Stonington; Town Wha for Brooklin; Center Harb for Castine; Town Dock .. for South Brooksville; Buc

BLUE HILL HARBOR

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Advertising

INDEX

Activity Shop, The................................................................ 8 Aragosta............................................................................. 8

Arborvine Fine Dining.......................................................... 11 Bar Harbor Bank & Trust....................................................... 37 Bay School, The................................................................. 49 Beehive Development.......................................................... 49 Bird Song.......................................................................... 21 Blue Hill Co-op..................................................................... 9 Blue Hill Harbor School.......................................................... 8 Blue Hill Heritage Trust.......................................................... 2

Blue Hill Memorial Hospital................................................... 68 Brooklin Inn, The................................................................ 39 Camden National Bank......................................................... 50 Castine Arts Association....................................................... 10 Christopher Group, The....................................................... 66 Community Pharmacy.......................................................... 50 Compass Point Real Estate.................................................... 14 Cynthia Winings Gallery......................................................... 3

Deep Water Brew Pub.......................................................... 11 Deer Isle - Stonington Chamber of Commerce............................ 37 Downeast Maine Vacation Rentals........................................... 67 Downeast Properties Real Estate............................................ 36 Eastlight Building, One West Lane, The.................................... 36 EBS................................................................................. 36 Ecouture Textile Studio.......................................................... 9 El El Frijoles........................................................................ 9

Elliot & Elliot Architecture.................................................... 48 First, The......................................................................... 48 Geoffrey Warner Studio....................................................... 48 64 | Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce


Advertising

INDEX

Hairplanes........................................................................ 11 Hale & Hamlin Attorneys...................................................... 50 Handmade Papers............................................................... 11 Hinchcliffe Antiques.............................................................. 8 Hiram Blake Camp................................................................ 8

Inn on the Harbor............................................................... 21 Island Approaches............................................................... 37 Island Nursing Home............................................................ 37 Jordan-Fernald.................................................................. 66 Kingman Gallery................................................................. 39 Kneisel Hall Chamber Music................................................... 15 Lambert Coffin Attorneys..................................................... 15 Lookout Inn & Restaurant, The.............................................. 10 Maine Camp Outfitters......................................................... 50 Maine Coast Veterinary Hospital............................................. 49 Maine Vacation Rentals........................................................ 21 Mainescape Garden............................................................. 49 ME Astbury Construction...................................................... 14 Nervous Nellie’s Jams & Jellies.............................................. 10 New Surry Theatre.............................................................. 21 Oakland House Cottages....................................................... 49 Old Quarry Ocean Adventures................................................ 11

15 Parker Ridge....................................................................... 3 Pentagoet Inn & Restaurant, The............................................ 21 Pyramid Studios................................................................. 39 Two Relax One Massage Therapy............................................ 14 Waters Edge Wines............................................................. 14 Weaving a Life................................................................... 10 Woodlawn Museum............................................................. 39 Opera House Arts................................................................

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Jordan – Fernald PERSONALIZED FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICES

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667-2521

Serving all of Hancock County

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Blue Hill Peninsula’s most reliable rental agency. Trusted since 1990!

Rustic Camps to Premier Estate Rentals, Ocean Getaways and Quiet Retreats. We have a full range of choices. Homeowners: Looking to list your home as a vacation rental? Contact us for guaranteed bookings! List with DMVR’s team and see the difference!

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The care you need. Where you need it. Right down the street. We offer primary and specialty care, as well as 24-hour emergency services. As a member of EMHS, we are connected to specialists around the state. For more information, visit bhmh.org or give us a call at 374-3400 and we’ll be happy to help you!

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