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The greater Blue Hill Peninsula region encompasses the towns of Blue Hill, Brooklin, Brooksville, Castine, Deer Isle, Penobscot, Sedgwick, Stonington, and Surry. The landscape here is marked by sweeping views, blueberry fields, farmland, and the beautiful Maine coast. Tucked in among the ridges, valleys and the jagged coastline, you’ll find adventure of all kinds, from a day on the water or hiking on our many public conservation lands, an afternoon of gallery tours and shopping, to an evening dining out or of live music at a local brewery. 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 their 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 the Wabanaki People 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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DRIVING: From points south: Follow I-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/US-1 to Bucksport. Follow US-3/US-1 for about 4.5 miles and turn right onto 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.
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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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TOC Welcome.................................... 6
Artisans and Crafters............. 32
Music & Theatre...................... 34
Destination Celebrations........ 37
Farm to Table.......................... 16
Town Info................................. 38-42
Towns & Services..................... 46
On the Water............................ 26
Membership Directory............. 47
Area Map................................. 30
PO Box 520, Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207)374-3242 email@example.com www.bluehillpeninsula.org Beth Dickens, President Barb Haskell, Vice President Heather Brackett, Treasurer Shawna Ambrose, Secretary Directors: Lee Bonta, Brandie Cardenas, Jean Lamontanaro, Jamie MacNair, Whitney Thurston, Meredith Townsend Membership Coordinator: Annie Taylor Gray Photo Credit: Leslie Anderson, Blue Hill Heritage Trust, Nancy White, 44 North Coffee, Leslie Clapp, Cullen Schneider, Gigi Sarsfield, Lori Sitzabee, Out on a Whimsey
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The Blue Hill Peninsula is home to a wealth of historical societies and museums whose treasures tell many rich and varied stories. What better way to learn what makes a town special then a visit to the historical society or town museum? Each is lovingly cared for and presented by members of the community who are eager to share with you, so why not take the time to visit, learn and be inspired. And with everyone’s new interest in “finding our roots,” a visit to a historical society or museum may be just what you need to discover that long lost relative!
BLUE HILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY AT THE HOLT HOUSE ON WATER ST. The Holt House (1815), and the carriage house, contain collections of antiques and artifacts, as well as archives, that tell the stories of Blue Hill families. A tour includes working tools and toys, costumes and carriages, glimpses of life during two centuries. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 1 - 4 p.m.from July 5 – Labor Day.
BROOKSVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, RTE. 176 ON BROOKSVILLE CORNER The collection at this historical society includes marine artifacts, blacksmithing and farming tools, along with genealogical information. Additional geneology resources, such as cemetery and vital records compilations are also housed on site. Hours: Wednesday and Sunday 1-4pm, July and August.
CASTINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY AT 17 SCHOOL ST., IN CASTINE Located in the 1859 Abbott School and 1850 Samuel P. Grindle House on Castine’s historic and picturesque town common, the Society serves as a window into Castine’s extraordinary past. Through its seasonal, permanent and changing exhibitions, lectures, town walking tours, and historic reenactments, the Historical Society reveals the historic treasures and stories still present throughout the town. The Castine Historical Society, located in the Abbott School and Samuel P. Grindle House on the town common, serves as a window into Castine’s extraordinary past. Our permanent and temporary exhibitions on the history of Castine, lectures, house and garden tours and historic reenactments occur from early June through Columbus Day.
WILSON MUSEUM AT 120 PERKINS ST., IN CASTINE Be prepared for a tour through time and cultures as you enter the Wilson Museum Campus, a series of buildings begun in 1921 by geologist Dr. John Howard Wilson to house collections gathered around the world and close to home. Here you will see rocks and fossils from the earliest geologic times and will follow humankind’s advances in tool-making from pre-history through Castine’s rich local history. You can wend your way across continents
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and among indigenous cultures through displays from Africa, the Americas and Bali, to name just a few.
WOODLAWN MUSEUM, GARDENS & PARK, RTE. 172, IN ELLSWORTH Woodlawn is a 180-acre historic estate located a quarter mile from downtown Ellsworth, Maine. Once home to three generations of the Black family, it is now treasured for the Black House, its historic house museum, community and formal gardens, and its public park with walking trails. Visitors can explore a superb historic house, stroll through beautiful gardens, play croquet, hike on pristine trails, and much more.
FORT KNOX HISTORIC SITE, 740 FORT KNOX RD, PROSPECT, MAINE Located on the west bank of the Penobscot River in Prospect, Maine, in an area known as the Penobscot Narrows, Fort Knox is one of the best-preserved military fortifications on the New England seacoast. The fort has many unique architectural features, as well as a rich history behind its walls. During the country’s infancy, Maine was repeatedly involved in northeast border disputes with British Canada. In fact, the area between Castine and the rich lumber city of Bangor was invaded and occupied by the British during the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Fort Knox was established in 1844 to protect the Penobscot River Valley against a possible future British naval incursion.
COVID-19 restrictions will reduce museum hours in 2021. Please call for information and an updated schedule. The park and gardens are open daily free of charge from dawn to dusk.
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LODGING & RENTALS AR AGOSTA 300 Goose Cove Rd. Deer Isle, ME 04672 T 207-348-6900 aragostamaine.com
CASTINE INN 33 Main St. Castine, ME 04431 T 207-326-4365 castineinn.com
BARNCASTLE HOTEL & RESTAUR ANT 125 South St. P.O. Box 1510 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-2300 barncastlehotel.com
DREAMING OF MAINE 38 & 44 Oakland House Rd. Brooksville, ME 04617 T 207-359-4645 rusticmainecottages.com
BLUE HILL BAY PROPERTY RENTALS P.O. Box 1261 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-412-8184 bluehillbayrentals.com THE BLUE HILL INN 40 Union St. P.O. Box 403 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-2844 bluehillinn.com BOYCES MOTEL 44 N Main St. Stonington, ME 04681 T 207-367-2421 boycesmotel.com BROOKLIN INN 22 Reach Rd . Brooklin, ME 04616 T 207-359-2777 thebrooklininn.com
HIR AM BLAKE CAMP 2200 Weir Cove Rd. Harborside, ME 04642 T 207-326-4951 hiramblake.com INN ON THE HARBOR 45 Main St. P.O. Box 69 Stonington, ME 04681 T 207-367-2420 or 800-942-2420 innontheharbor.com THE LOOKOUT INN & RESTAUR ANT 455 Flye Point Rd. Brooklin, ME 04616 T 207-359-2188 thelookoutinn.biz MAINE VACATION RENTALS, INC. P.O. Box 374 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-2444 MaineVacationRentals Online.com
OAKLAND HOUSE COTTAGES BY THE SEA 435 Herrick Rd. Brooksville, ME 04617 T 207-359-8521 oaklandhouse.com OCEANFRONT CAMPING @ REACH KNOLLS 666 Reach Rd. Brooklin, ME 04616 T 207-359-5555 reachknolls.com PENINSULA PROPERTY RENTALS 54 Main St. P.O. Box 611 Blue Hill, ME 04614 T 207-374-2428 peninsulapropertyrentals.com PENTAGOET INN 26 Main St. P.O. Box 4 Castine, ME 04421 T 207-326-8616 pentagoet.com SEA MEADOW COTTAGE 29 Amen Farm Drive Brooklin, ME 04616 T 952-974-0187 seameadowcottage.com
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207-326-8606 Liquor, Wine, Beer, Pizza, Sandwiches & Toni’s Sweets, Gas, Groceries & Much More! Lobster Live or Cooked Crabmeat & Smoked Mussels M-Th 6:30-7 • Fri & Sat 6:30-8 Sunday 9-5 177 Southern Bay Rd, Penobscot
Fresh Donut Fridays!
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FARM TO TABLE The state of Maine has over 1.4 million acres in 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 on-line 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 homegrown, 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 farmers market reflects the nature of its town, and each trip to the market is a unique experience.
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WINTER MARKET IN BLUE HILL
DAN’S FLOWER FARM
Mainescape Garden Center, Mid-October to mid-May, Saturdays 9:30-noon Enjoy hot coffee, cocoa and fresh baked goods in the greenhouse. Fresh vegetables, dairy, lamb, pork, maple syrup and a rotating mix of fine crafts. For more information: (207) 266.6512
8 Flower Farm Lane Sedgwick, ME 04676 (207)359-2047
DAVID’S FOLLY FARM 1390 Coastal Road Brooksville, ME 04617 (207)266-6512
BLUE HILL FARMERS MARKET Fairgrounds May 29th - Oct. 2nd. Congo Church August 28th- Sept 11th A classic summer farmers market with everything you’d expect! Produce, meat, dairy, flowers, bread and more. *Congo Church on Saturdays, August 29-September 19
BROOKLIN FARMERS MARKET Next to the Brooklin Public Library Late May – Mid Oct., Thursdays 11:00am-1:00pm This one offers a lively mix of products in the center of town.
BROOKSVILLE FARMERS MARKET Community Center in Buck’s Harbor Tuesdays, 9:30am – Noon, June-Sept. A small-town summer market featuring plants, eggs, specialty salt, and local crafts.
CASTINE FARMERS MARKET Town Common, Mid-June through September Thursdays 9-11:30am 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 September Stop by for peaches, tea, smoked fish, along with local produce and crafts.
HORSEPOWER FARM 90 Horsepower Farm Road Penobscot, ME 04476 (207)374-5273
DEER ISLE NIGHT MARKET 11 Main St, Deer Isle SeasonalTuesdays 4-6pm
STONINGTON FARMERS MARKET Island Community Center, School St. Mid-May through mid-October Fridays 10-noon A rain or shine market offering local produce, cheeses, seafood, and fine crafts. The market is dog-friendly, but pets must be leashed. FMI, visit stoningtonfarmersmarket.com
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PHONE (AREA CODE 207)
44 North Coffee
7 Main St.
Acadia House Provisions
27 Main St.
300 Goose Cove Road
33 Main St.
125 South St.
Blue Hill Co-op
4 Ellsworth Rd.
22 Reach Rd
Bucks Harbor Market
6 Cornfield Hill Rd.
33 Main St
Compass Rose Books
3 Main St.
DeepWater Brew Pub
33 Tenney Hill
El El Frijoles
41 Caterpillar Hill Rd.
Fin & Fern
25 Seabreeze Ave
162 Ellsworth Rd.
Inn on the Harbor
45 Main St.
LDI Lobster Dock & Dine
202 Little Deer Isle Rd.
Lookout Inn & Restaurant
455 Flye Point Rd.
Nervous Nellie’s Jams & Jellies
578 Sunshine Rd.
Northern Bay Market
177 Southern Bay Rd.
435 Herrick Rd.
26 Main St.
5 Main St.
Perry’s Lobster Shack
1076 Newbury Neck Rd
Provender Kitchen + Bar
112 Main St.
Pugnuts Ice Cream Shop
1276 Rte 172
Sandy’s Blue Hill Café
40 Main St
Strong Brewing Company
7 Rope Ferry Rd
1452 Coastal Rd
The Water St Bistro
27 Water St.
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Seasonal restaurants are typically open from June through Mid-October. Please call ahead for specific information, including menu changes and daily hours of operation.
SPECIALTY FOOD MARKET
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DEEPWATER BREW PUB
Fantastic Pub Fare & Locally Handcrafted Brews
Tenney Hill • Blue Hill • 207-374-2441
162 ELLSWORTH ROAD
OPEN 5:00AM - 3:00PM
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QUICK-SERVICE SANDWICH SHOP FULL SERVICE BOAR’S HEAD ® DELI Delicious selection of breakfast sandwiches, homemade bagels, soups, salads, sandwiches, and homemade baked goods. Humblebee Cafe offers unique and spacious seating in our greenhouse CONTACTLESS PICKUP AVAILABLE
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A visit to the Blue Hill Peninsula wouldn’t be complete without a visit to our local boutiques, gift shops, bookstores and all the wonderful shops that showcase the talent and creativity of this unique part of the world. • Blue Hill Books, 26 Pleasant St., Blue Hill • Blue Co-op, 70 South St., Blue Hill • Blue Hill Farmer’s Market (Saturday mornings), Blue Hill Fairgrounds, Ellsworth Rd., Blue Hill • Bird Song, at Pentagoet Inn, 26 Main St., Castine • Bucks Harbor Market , 6 Cornfield Hill Rd., Brooksville • Compass Rose Books, 3 Main St., Castine • Dan’s Flower Farm, 8 Flower Farm Lane, Sedgwick • Fairwinds Florist and Peninsula Provisions, 5 Main St., Blue Hill • Island Approaches, 50 N Main St., Stonington
• MAE LLC, 49 Main St., Blue Hill • Mainescape Garden Shop, 48 South St., Blue Hill • Merrill Furniture, 176 High St., Ellsworth • Nervous Nellies Jams and Jellies, 598 Sunshine Rd., Deer Isle • Northern Bay Market, 177 Southern Bay Rd.. Penobscot • Out on a Whimsy Toy Store, 50 Main St., Blue Hill • Pet Provisions, 3 Main St., Blue Hill • PCT Communications, 28 South St., Blue Hill • Sleigh Bell Shop, 733 Falls Bridge Rd., Blue Hill • Stanley Subaru, 22 Bar Harbor Rd., Trenton • Tradewinds Markets, 15 South St., Blue Hill • Turn Style Thrift Shop, 23 South St., Blue Hill Artisans and Crafters are on page 32.
• Leaf and Anna, LLC, 12 Reach Rd, Brooklin
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HANDWORKS GALLERY Contemporary Maine Craft & Fine Art since 1975
48 Main Street, Blue Hill, ME 04614 207-374-5613 W W W . H A N D W O R K S G A L L E R Y. O R G
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Body Focused Designs
43 N. Main Street, Stonington ME (207) 367 6555 • owlfurniture.com
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AT T O R N E Y S
The experience of yesterday / the energy of tomorrow. 77 State Street, Ellsworth (207) 374-5833 | (207) 667-3005
Real Estate Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning Probate Small Business Workers’ Compensation Labor and Employment Employment Benefits Intellectual Property Litigation – simple & complex Personal Injury Professional Liability Products Liability Farm & Food Law
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ON THE WATER
From 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 including kayaks and row boats.
PUBLIC LANDINGS: Blue Hill: Public Wharf downtown, high tide access only (no permit) Blue Hill Harbormaster: Dennis Robertson (207) 374-5561 Brooksville Harbormaster: Sarah Cox (207) 326-9638 Brooklin Landings: The Town of Brooklin maintains three public landings. Call the Town Office for more information (207)-359-8394. Castine: all tide access downtown with access to shops, restaurants and businesses. 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 East Blue Hill: East Blue Hill Village Improvement Association Boat Ramp (permit required): www.eastbluehillmaine.org Sedgwick and Brooksville: share a public fresh water landing at Walker’s Pond, off of Rte 15/175 (on Cooper Farm Rd.) in Sedgwick. South Blue Hill: Public Wharf, all tides access (no permit) The Kollegewidgwok Sailing Education Association (KSEA): a non-profit 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 The Activity Shop in Blue Hill: rent 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 Blue Hill Heritage Trust, Maine Coast Heritage Trust and Island Heritage Trust: have several public water access points across the peninsula and on Deer Isle. Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries & Discovery Wharf: 13 Atlantic Ave. Stonington, ME 04681 (207)367-2708 Free education center located on the working Stonington waterfront. Wooden Boat School: Internationally acclaimed school for building and sailing wooden boats. Located in Brooklin Maine www.thewoodenboatschool.com Isle au Haut Boat: Ferry Service to Isle au Haut & Boat Tours, located in Stonington www.isleauhaut.com
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Start your Maine adventure here! Kayak Tours, Bike Rentals, and Gear Store
Sea Kayak Tours Daily & Nightly Bioluminescent Stargazing Paddles
With our experienced Maine Sea Kayak Guides!
207-866-3506 17 Sea Street, Castine castinekayak.com email@example.com
Working with Maine fishermen to sustain fisheries and fishing communities through collaborative research, management, and education. Learn more at coastalfisheries.org. Lillian Jones
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Isle au Haut Boat Services 27 Seabreeze Ave., Stonington Maine 04681
207-367-5193 www.isleauhaut.com Sightseeing/Lobster Cruises Acadia National Park at Duck Harbor Lighthouse Tours Pufﬁn Trips Year-Round Service to Isle au Haut
An experience to last a lifetime! One- and two-week courses in boatbuilding, boat design, boat repair & restoration, “build your own boat”, model making, woodworking, metalworking, marine engine maintenance, rigging, sailing, kayaking, marine photography, watercolors and lots more. • • • •
64-acre saltwater campus comfortable accommodations, great meals, campground, & moorings private housing available upon request visitors welcome
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BHPCoC held a youth art contest for the cover of this area guide. Throughout the guide please enjoy works from the runners up of the contest, all amazing artists who call Blue Hill Peninsula home!
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International craft school siutated on an award-winning campus in Deer Isle, Maine @haystack_school
Studio Walk Throughs
Digital Fabrication Lab
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ARTISANS & CRAFTERS
The Blue Hill Peninsula is rich with artistic culture and creativity. Immerse yourself in the beauty of gallery visits, musical and theater experiences and creativity of all kinds.
BAR HARBOR: ArtWaves MDI 1345A state Highway 102, Bar Harbor
BLUE HILL: ArtBox 5 Main St., Blue Hill Cynthia Winnings Gallery 24 Parker Point Rd., Blue Hill Handworks Gallery 48 Main St., Blue Hill Jud Hartmann Gallery 79 Main St., Blue Hill Liros Gallery 14 Parker Point Rd., Blue Hill Peninsula Potters peninsulapotters.com The SEED Barn 53 Falls Bridge Rd, Blue Hill
BROOKLIN: Handmade Papers Gallery 113 Reach Rd., Brooklin
BROOKSVILLE: Makers Market 30 Bagaduce Rd, Brooksville
CASTINE: Adam Gallery 140 Battle Ave., Castine
Annex Arts 8 Water St., Castine Gallery B 5 Main St, Castine Highlands Woodturning 862 Castine Rd, Castine
DEER ISLE: Deer Isle Arts Association 15 Main St., Deer Isle Haystack Mountain School of Crafts 89 Haystack School Dr., Deer Isle Nervous Nellie’s Jams and Jellies 598 Sunshine Rd., Deer Isle
ELLSWORTH: Courthouse Gallery 6 Court St., Ellsworth
PENOBSCOT: The Cannery 207 Southern Bay Rd, Penobscot
SEDGWICK: Leslie Anderson Studios 8 Flower Farm Ln, Sedgwick
STONINGTON: Owl Stool – Geoffrey Warner Studio 43 N. Main St., Stonington The Art of Evelyn Kok 23 Main St., Stonington
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CYNTHIA WININGS GALLERY 24 PARKER POINT ROAD BLUE HILL 917 204 4001 C Y N T H I A W I N I N G S G A L L E R Y. C O M
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MUSIC & THEATRE BAGADUCE CHOR ALE Founded in 1974, the Bagaduce Chorale is an auditioned chorus of 80 to 90 singers. The Chorale performs both classical and contemporary choral works in concerts featuring keyboard accompaniment and musical ensembles. Performances are at the First Congregational Church in Blue Hill and at Ellsworth High School in December and early May. For more information visit www.bagaducechoral.org BAGADUCE MUSIC Founded in 1983 with over 1 million sheets of printed music. They invite you to attend a series of spring and summer concerts of music taken from their rich and diverse music collection, as well as the traditional Blue Hill Pops Concert on July 3 at George Stevens Academy. Visit www. bagaducemusic.org for more information. BLUE HILL BACH Blue Hill Bach was founded in 2011 to bring Baroque music for voice and period instruments to coastal Downeast Maine. Blue Hill Bach offers year-round activities, including a three-day summer festival, a performance of Handel’s Messiah each December, a spring celebration of Bach’s birthday, and outreach programs that deepen understanding of Baroque music. See the Events and Festival Calendars for performance information or visit www.bluehillbach.org. BLUE HILL CONCERT ASSOCIATION The Blue Hill Concert Association enriches the cultural life of the Blue Hill Peninsula by offering a series of high quality, professional chamber music concerts during the winter season. Musicians from around the globe are invited to perform a wide range of chamber music, providing a diversity of listening pleasure. Visit www.bluehillconcertassociation.org
THE CANNERY AT SOUTH PENOBSCOT The Cannery at South Penobscot, located just off of a quintessential Maine coast tidal inlet and housed in a former canning factory straddling the Winslow Stream, presents contemporary experimental art with a focus on sound, music, performance, and the word. See the events calendar for a listing of events or visit www.cannerysouthpenobscot.org. THE GR AND The Grand is an iconic Art Deco theater in Ellsworth, Maine that fosters social interaction and growth in artists and audiences through the arts, entertainment, and education. Visit www.grandonline.org/ for more information and their program schedule. KNEISEL HALL Kneisel Hall, known as “the cradle of chamber music in America,” has provided musicians with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the chamber repertoire since 1902, realizing founder Franz Kneisel’s vision for over 100 years. Visit www.kneisel.org for festival and other performance information. NEW SURRY THEATRE New Surry Theatre’s mission is to inspire, entertain and engage the community through live theatrical productions and theater arts education. NST’s 2018-2019 season marks twelve years in the Blue Hill Town Hall Theater. Four or five season plays are produced year-round as well as staged readings, two sessions of the Performing Arts School, a theater intensives, and a summer musical theater camp. Visit www.newsurrytheatre.org and the Events Calendar for performance dates and times.
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PENINSULA METAMORPHIC ARTS AND LEARNING PMAL is a transformative resource for the Blue Hill Peninsula and beyond, fostering creative, academic, and leadership growth. PMAL offers consulting, workshops, and individual learning opportunities, as well as space to showcase work for public view through performances, previews, and entrepreneurial enterprises. Visit www.peninsulametamorphic.com
WERU Independent community radio station serving Midcoast, Downeast & Central Maine. Listener supported, volunteer powered. Tune in at 89.9fm or live stream at www.weru.org
SURRY ARTS BARN Surry Arts & Events at the Barn features a distinctive and iconic barn located on the Coast of Maine that has been renovated into a performance and events space. We feature a range of enriching performances in the areas of music, art, film, theater and more. Visit www.surryartsandevents.com for their performance calendar.
WORD: A LITER ARY ARTS FESTIVAL Word is an annual literary arts festival that fosters and celebrates the community of readers and writers on the Blue Hill Peninsula. The festival is held on the third weekend in October each year. For more information visit www.wordfestival.org.
WNSX STAR 97.7 Star 97.7 is the hometown radio for Downeast Maine. Tune in at 97.7fm or live stream at www.star977.com
BAGADUCE MUSIC PRESENTS
FROM OUR COLLECTION
UNEXPECTED MUSIC IN UNEXPECTED PLACES
Our 39th season will feature diverse music From our Collection and be presented virtually or held in the great outdoors of Maine!
The Wholesale Klezmer Band
The Worksong Project with Bennett Konesni – concerts, rowing and gardening while singing worksongs from our collection – together!
Melodies from Old Broadway with John McVeigh & Friends
Three Centuries of Choral Delights with Maine
Symphonic Winds with members of the Hartford Symphony
Brown & Polar, Acoustic Blues with Blind Boy Paxton & Bennett Konesni
Composers performed by Anna Dembska & Ensemble
The Lavender Blues with Sarah Kilborne
Littles: Princes, Match Girls & Engines that Could, Excerpts from the Children’s Music of Maia Aprahamian – ‘presented by Judith Jerome and Peter Szep’
BOOM, the Baroque Orchestra of Maine with Heidi
Powell & Max Treitler
Made possible through the generosity of Bill & Barbara Whitman, Holly & George Wood, Dee & David Gautschi, Mary & Rich Howe, Ellie & Paul Horwitz, Janet Schlesinger & Jerry Jaffee, Janet Simpson and many other friends of Bagaduce Music AND The Maine Arts Commission, The Maine Community Foundation, and Media Sponsor, WERU www.bagaducemusic.org
WATCH OUR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS! www.bagaducemusic.org
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BAROQUE MUSIC DOWN EAST
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Live theater in Blue Hill! Year-round performances, classes, camps & workshops. www.newsurrytheatre.org
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Hold your next big event here on the Blue Hill Peninsula and create memories that will last a lifetime. Whether your event calls for a rustic setting or for a classic, formal setting; whether you’re looking for a casual summer event on the water or a formal rehearsal dinner, the Peninsula boasts an outstanding array of venues, caterers, florists and event planning services.
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BLUE HILL 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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BROOKLIN 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 WoodenBoat School and WoodenBoat 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 wellknown events each year, including the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta and a magnificent 4th of July parade.
BROOKSVILLE 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 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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CASTINE 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. Its 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.
Summer season in Castine offers something for everyone. Our 4th of July celebration includes a parade, firetruck rides, hot dogs, watermelon and a variety of children events on Town Common- a real “slice of Americana!” The day ends with an amazing fireworks display over our historic harbor. On July 14th we celebrate our French heritage with Bastille Day lectures, cooking demonstrations, kid-friendly events on Town Common and our Picnic en Blanc with hundreds, dressed in white, seated at a common table. Our Plein Air Festival, July 19-21, 2018, attracts artists from away and culminates in an Exhibition and Art Sale. And all summer long, the Castine Yacht Club hosts races on Penobscot Bay, in a variety of classes, including the Camden to Castine Classic Yacht Race on August 2nd. Throughout the summer, events and lectures are hosted by the Wilson Museum, Castine Historical Society and our Witherle Library where parents and children alike learn of our rich and storied history from events like Revolutionary and Civil War encampments/reenactments.
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DEER-ISLE & STONINGTON
Reachable by bridge, Deer Isle still retains the flavor of New England life in the 1950’s: rural, neighborly, and safe. A cluster of small communities with almost 3,000 residents comprise the year-round population. Lobstering is the mainstay of the economy although the diversity of the Island’s businesses draws many visitors from off Island. Granite is still quarried here. Internationally renowned Haystack Mountain School of Crafts has brought a plethora of artists and artisans to the Island, many of whom have chosen to live here permanently. Galleries and studios dot the island. We have two performing arts facilities – the Stonington Opera House and the Reach Performing Arts Center. The Opera House provides numerous productions throughout the year. The schools, churches and community organizations on Deer Isle play a central role in bringing the community together. Public suppers, festivals, craft fairs, boat races, school sports events and workshops all contribute to a strong sense of community and island pride. A wide variety of accommodations are available from inns to campgrounds. Restaurants, coffee bars, antique shops, libraries, gift shops, book stores and galleries all offer a rich selection of places to visit, to browse and, of course, to Buy Local. The Island Heritage Trust and the Deer Isle-Stonington Historical Society provide glimpses into the history of the people who first inhabited the Island. They are not to be missed. Deer Isle is a paradise for photographers, birders, boaters, artists, naturalists and anyone who loves the outdoors. We are fortunate to have twelve very diverse nature preserves, many donated by generous residents. Several other conservancies are located on neighboring islands, including Acadia with park land on Isle au Haut. The mixture of sprucecovered islands, quiet coves, granite outcroppings, fields of lupine, windjammers, glistening waters and pristine winter snow make a visit to Deer Isle, at any time of year, an enriching experience.
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PENOBSCOT 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.
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.
Nestled between Ellsworth and Blue Hill, the town of Surry is a beautiful small town that touches Patten Pond, Toddy Pond, and the Union River Bay. Home to the Carter Nature Preserve, Surry is a perfect place to kayak, swim or enjoy nature close up. You can catch breathtaking views of the mountains of Acadia National Park. It is close to many of the area’s attractions, yet still quiet.
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The greater Blue Hill Peninsula is rich with opportunities to explore and enjoy the wonderful landscape of Coastal Maine. Local land trusts, along with state and municipal lands make the Blue Hill Peninsula the ideal location for immersing yourself in the natural beauty of Maine. From the shore, to the forest, to mountain tops, there are several public trails, preserves and beaches available to the community and visitors alike. Plentiful opportunities for hiking, kayaking, boating, birding, picking wild blueberries and enjoying all sorts of outdoor activities. Stop by the Blue Hill Heritage Trust at 157 Hinckley Ridge Rd, Blue Hill (www.bluehillheritagetrust.org) or Island Heritage Trust at 420 Sunset Rd, Deer Isle (www.islandheritagetrust.org ) for information about trails and events.
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Custom Kitchens and Cabinetry 517 & 556 Pleasant Street, Blue Hill 207-374-2260 www.bluehillcabinet.com
Compass Point Real Estate “Waterfront Specialist” 75 Main Street, Blue Hill, Maine
Real Estate & Vacation Rentals Ser ving the Blue Hill Peninsula, the greater Bangor area and points Downeast
compasspointrealestate.com mainevacationrentalproperties.com A Davis Agency Company
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TOWNS & SERVICES BLUE HILL TOWN OFFICE: 18 Union St, PO Box 412, Blue Hill, ME 04614 (207)374-2281 email: email@example.com www.townofbluehillmaine.org Monday-Friday 8am-4pm BROOKLIN TOWN OFFICE: 23 Bay Rd, PO Box 219, Brooklin, ME 04616 (207)359-8394 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.brooklinmaine.com Town Clerk Tuesday & Thursday 7-11am and 1-5pm, Selectmen Tuesday 1-5pm and Thursday 2-4pm BROOKSVILLE TOWN OFFICE: One Town House Rd, Brooksville, ME 04617 (207)326-4518 email: email@example.com www.brooksvillemaine.org Mondays and Wednesdays 9am-2pm, Thursday nights 6-8pm CA STINE TOWN OFFICE: Emerson Hall, 67 Court St, PO Box 204 Castine, ME 04421 (207)326-4502 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.castine.me.us Monday-Friday 8am-3:30pm DEER ISLE TOWN OFFICE: 70 Church St, PO Box 46, Deer Isle, ME 04627 (207)348-6060 email: email@example.com www.townofdeerisle.org Town Clerk Monday-Wednesday & Friday 9am-12pm, Thursday 4-7pm
PENOBSCOT TOWN OFFICE: One Southern Bay Rd, PO Box 4 Penobscot, ME 04476 (207)326-4364 email: www.penobscotmaine.org firstname.lastname@example.org Town Clerk Tuesday 4-8pm & Wednesday 12-4pm SEDGWICK TOWN OFFICE: 719 N Sedgwick Rd, PO Box 40 Sedgwick, ME 04676 (207)359-2275 email: email@example.com www.sedgwickmaine.org Town Clerk Wednesday 1-6pm, Thursday 1-7pm. Other times by chance or by appointment. SURRY TOWN OFFICE: 741 North Bend Rd, PO Box 147 Surry, ME 04684 (207)667-5912 email town clerk: www.townofsurrymaine.com www.surry.govoffice.com Tuesday-Friday 7:30am-4pm TOWN OF STONINGTON: 32 Main St PO Box 9, Stonington, ME 04681 (207)367-2351 email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.townofsurrymaine.com Monday-Friday 8-4
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DIRECTORY ARCHITECTS Bruno Architecture 36 Main Street, Blue Hill (207)374-5574 www.brunoarch.com Craig L. Buttner Architect Inc. 114 Dogtown Rd., Penobscot (617) 515-9339 www.clbarchitect.com Elliott & Elliott Architecture 86 Main Street, Blue Hill (207)374 -2566 www.elliotarchitects.me
ART Adam Gallery 140 Battle St., Castine (207)326-7123 www.adamgalleryonline.com Annex Arts 8 Water St., Castine (213)839-0851 www.annexarts.org ArtWaves MDI 1345 State Highway 102, Bar Harbor (207)266-0010 www.artwavesmdi.org Courthouse Gallery 6 Court St, Ellsworth (207)667-6611 www.courthousegallery.com Cynthia Winings Gallery 24 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill (917)204-4001 www.cynthiawiningsgallery.com Deer Isle Artists Association 15 Main Street, Deer Isle (207)348-2330 www.deerisleartists.com
Handmade Papers Gallery 113 Reach Road, Brooklin (207)359-8345 www.handmadepapersonline.com Handworks Gallery 48 Main Street, Blue Hill (207) 374-5613 www.handworksgallery.org Haystack Mountain School of Crafts 89 Haystack School Dr., Deer Isle (207)348-2306 www.haystack-mtn.org Highlands Woodturning & Engraving 862 Castine Rd, Castine (207)951-5086 www.highlandswoodturning.com Jud Hartmann Gallery 79 Main St, Blue Hill (207)461-5307 www.judhartmanngallery.com Leslie Anderson Studio 8 Flower Farm Rd., Sedgwick (207) 359-2047 www.leslieanderson.com Liros Gallery 14 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill (207) 375-5370 www.lirosgallery.com Owl Furniture, A Wing of Geoffrey Warner Studio 43 N Main Rd, Stonington (207) 367-6555 www.owlstools.com Peninsula Potters 138 Ellsworth Rd, Blue Hill (207)359-2320 www.peninsulapotters.com
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DIRECTORY The Art of Evelyn Kok 23 Main Street, Stonington (207)367-2258 www.theartofevelynkok.com
J Ellis Consulting, LLC Surry (207) 200-4317 www.jellisconsultingllc.com
The Cannery at South Penobscot 207 Southern Bay Rd, Penobscot (207) 326-2027 www.cannerysouthpenobscot.org
Michelle Keyo Web Design 1 Porcupine Lane, Sedwick (207) 326-4407 www.michellekeyo.com
The SEED Barn 53 Falls Bridge Road, Blue Hill (207) 374-2947 www.virtualvoices.org
ZenBusiness Austin, TX (512) 814-6420 www.zenbusiness.com/maine-llc/
Word-A Blue Hill Literary Arts Festival Blue Hill www.wordfestival.org
BREWERIES Deepwater Brew Pub 33 Tenney Hill, Blue Hill (207)374-2441 www.arborvine.com Strong Brewing Company 7 Rope Ferry Road, Sedgwick (207)359-8722 www.strongbrewing.com
BUSINESS SERVICES Acadia Web Services 641 Reach Rd., Sargentville (413)801-2039 www.acadiawebservices.com Beehive Development 104 Main St #3, Blue Hill (925) 203-0549 www.beehivedevelopment.com Blue Hill Workskpace 142 Main Street, Blue Hill (207) 374-7105 www.bluehillworkspace.com
Blue Hill Congregational Church 22 Tenney Hill, Blue Hill (207)374-2891 www.bluehillcongregational.org Blue Hill Garden Club www.bluehillgardenclub.com Blue Hill Fairgrounds 233 Ellsworth Road, Blue Hill (207)374-3701 www.bluehillfair.com Blue Hill Heritage Trust 157 Hinckley Ridge Rd, Blue Hill (207) 374-5118 www.bluehillheritagetrust.org Blue Hill Public Library 5 Parker Point Rd., Blue Hill (207)374-5515 www.bhpl.net Brooklin Garden Club PO Box 267, Brooklin (207)359-6584 East Blue Hill Village Improvement Assoc. 1282 Morgan Bay Rd, East Blue Hill www.eastbluehillmaine.org
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Friends in Action 5 General Moore Way, Ellsworth (207)664-6016 www.friendsinactionellsworth.org
The Gatherings 1208 Surry Rd, Ellsworth (207)266-6864 www.surrygatherings.org
Friends of Fort Knox 740 Fort Knox Rd., Bucksport (207)469-6553 www.fortknoxmaine.com
Tree of Life Pantry / Turn Style Thrift 23 South Street, Blue Hill (207)374-2900 www.treeoflifepantry.org
Halcyon Grange 1157 Pleasant Street, Blue Hill www.halcyongrange.org
WERU Community Radio 89.9 FM 1186 Acadia Highway, East Orland (207)469-6600 www.weru.org
Hatch Community Youth Fund PO Box 195, Castine (207) 951-5086 www.thehatchfund.org Island Country Club 442 Sunset Road, Deer Isle (207) 348-2379 www.IslandCountryClub.net Island Heritage Trust 42 Sunset Rd., Deer Isle (207) 348-2455 www.islandheritagetrust.org Lawrence Family Fitness Center/YMCA 32 Mines Road, Blue Hill (207)374-5358 www.defymca.org/locations/blue-hill/ Native Gardens of Blue Hill 49 South St at Bagaduce Music, Blue Hill (207) 266-5040 www.nativemainegardens.org Penobscot Bay Press 69 Main Street, Stonington (207)367-2200 www.penobscotbaypress.com Points East Magazine 1028 Cape Rosier Rd, Harobrside (207) 326-9051 www.pointseast.com
WNSX FM Star 97.7 409 High Street, Ellsworth (207)667-0002 www.star977.com
COMMUNITY/ON THE WATER Friends of Blue Hill Bay PO Box 1633, Blue Hill (207) 374-5933 www.fobhb.org Kollegewidgwok Yacht Club 44 KYC Lane, Blue Hill (207)374-5581 www.kycbluehill.com Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries 13 Atlantic Ave, Stonington (207)367-2708 www.coastalfisheries.org Nichols Day Camps Blue Hill (207)374-9906 www.nicholsdaycamps.org Shaw Institute 55 Main Street, Blue Hill (207)374-2135 www.shawinstitute.org
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DIRECTORY COMMUNITY/THEATER The Grand 165 Main Street, Ellsworth (207)667-9500 www.grandonline.org New Surry Theatre 18 Union Street, Blue Hill (207)200-4720 www.newsurrytheatre.org
DINING 44 North Coffee 7 Main Street, Deer Isle (207) 348-5208 www.44northcoffee.com Acadia House Provisions 27 Main Street, Stonington (207)367-2555 www.acadiahouseprovisions.com Aragosta Restaurant 300 Goose Cove Road, Deer Isle (207)348-6900 www.aragostamaine.com Arborvine 33 Tenney Hill, Blue Hill (207)374-2119 www.arborvine.com El El Frijoles 41 Caterpillar Hill Road, Sargentville (207)359-2486 www.elelfrijoles.com Fin & Fern 25 Seabreeze Ave., Stonington (207) 348-3111 www.finandfernme.com Humblebee Cafe 162 Ellsworth Rd., Blue Hill (207) 374-7191 www.facebook.com/humblebeecafemaine
LDI Lobster 202 Little Deer Isle Rd., Little Deer Isle (207)348-2848 ldilobster.com Peninsula Provisions 5 Main St., Blue Hill (207)374-5621 www.facebook.com/peninsulaprovisions/ Perry’s Lobster Shack 1076 Newbury Neck Rd, Surry (207)667-1955 www.perryslobstershack.com Provender Kitchen + Bar 112 Maine St., Ellsworth (207) 610-1480 www.eatprovender.com Pugnuts Ice Cream Shop 1276 Surry Road, Surry (207)412-0086 www.pugnuts.com Sandy’s Blue Hill Café 40 Main Street, Blue Hill (207)374-5550 www.sandysbluehillcafe.com Tinder Hearth LLC 1452 Coastal Rd , Brooksville (207)326-8381 www.tinderhearth.com Water Street Bistro, The 27 Water St., Blue Hill (207)460-4608
DINING/STAY Barncastle Hotel + Restaurant 125 South Street, Blue Hill (207)374-2330 www.barncastle.me Brooklin Inn 22 Reach Rd., Penobscot (207)359-2777 www.thebrooklinn.com
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Lookout Inn and Restaurant 455 Flye Point Road, Brooklyn (207)359-2188 www.thelookoutinn.com Pentagoet Inn 26 Main Street, Castine (207)326-8616 www.pentagoet.com
EDUCATION Bay School, The 17 Bay School Drive, Blue Hill (207)374-2187 www.bayschool.org Blue Hill Harbor School 57 South Street, Blue Hill (207)374-5501 www.bluehillharborschool.org Eastern Maine Community College Business & Industry 354 Hogan Road, Bangor (207)974-4673 www.emcc.edu George Stevens Academy 23 Union Street, Blue Hill (207)374-2808 www.georgestevensacademy.org
Peninsula Metamorphic Arts & Learning 139 Mines Rd, Blue Hill (207)374-3600 www.peninsulametamorphic.com School Union #93 20 Hinckley Ridge Road, Blue Hill (207)374-9927 www.schoolunion93.org
EVENT SERVICES David’s Folly Farm 1390 Coastal Rd., Brooksville (207)266-6512 www.davidsfollyfarm.com Fairwinds Florist of Blue Hill 5 Main St, Blue Hill (207)374-5621 www.fairwindsflorist.com Kennedy Services 253 Center St, Bangor (850) 375-9304 www.kennedyservicesme.com Wallace Events 36 Commerce Park, Ellsworth (207)667-6000 www.wallaceevents.com
Golden Sun Childcare 8 South St., Blue Hill (207) 266-6509 www.facebook.com/goldensunchildcarebluehill
Blue Hill Farmers’ Market PO Box 535, Blue HIll (207) 374-5273 www.bluehillfarmersmarket.com
Maine Maritime Academy One Pleasant St., Castine (207)326-2659 www.mainemaritime.edu
Dan’s Flower Farm 8 Flower Farm Lane, Sedgwick (207)359-2047 www.dansflowers.com
Nature Links 515 Falls Bridge Rd, Blue Hill (305) 926-5001 www.naturelinks.net
Horsepower Farm 56 Horsepower Farm Rd, Penobscot (207)374-5273 www.facebook.com/pages/Horsepower%20 Farm/408499216005455/
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DIRECTORY Merz Barn Farm Route 15, Penobscot
Ellsworth-Bucksport Dental Associates 325 Main Street , Ellsworth (207)667-7117 www.dental-associates.com
Bangor Savings Bank 213 Battle Ave, Castine (207) 326-0654 www.bangor.com
Home Instead 442 Pleasant Street, Blue Hill (207)404-2529 www.midmainehomeinstead.com
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Blue Hill 21 Main Street, Blue Hill (207)374-5600 www.barharbor.bank
Maine AllCare Downeast (207)374-9919 www.maineallcare.org
Bob Sullivan, CPA 42 Ackley Farm Rd, Blue Hill (207)374-5971
Northern Light Blue Hill Hospital 57 Water Street, Blue Hill (207)374-3410 www.northernlighthealth.org/Blue-Hill-Hospital
Camden National Bank, Blue Hill 9 Tenney Hill, Blue Hill (207)374-2707 www.camdennational.com
Peninsula Free Health 26 Hinkley Ridge Rd., Blue Hill (207)374-5585 www.facebook.com/PeninsulaFreeHealth
Cheryl L Boulet, CPA 1 West Lance, Ste C, Blue Hill (207)374-2400 www.bouletcpa.com
Wellness Chiropractic 20 East Blue Hill Road, Blue Hill (207)374-2186 http://www.mywellnesschiro.com/
First National Bank 1 South St, Blue Hill (207)374-2763 www.thefirst.com
Hawkes and Quirk, LLC CPAs 66 Main Street, Suite 303, Ellsworth (207)667-2581 www.hawkesandquirk.com
HEALTH SERVICES Community Pharmacy 15 South Street, Blue Hill (207)374-3707 www.communityrx.com/html/blue_hill.html
Healthy Acadia 140 State St, Suite 1, Ellsworth (207) 661-7171 www.healthyacadia.org Healthy Island Project 304 Sunset Road, Stonington (207) 348-6332 www.healthyislandproject.org Healthy Peninsula 10 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill (207) 374-3257 www.healthypeninsula.org Hospice Volunteers of Hancock County 14 McKenzie Ave, Ellsworth (207) 667-2531 www.hospiceofhancock.org
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HISTORICAL SOCIETIES Blue Hill Historical Society 3 Water Street, Blue Hill (207)374-2423 www.bluehillhistory.org Castine Historical Society 13-17 School Street, Castine (207) 326-4118 www.castinehistoricalsociety.org Wilson Museum 120 Perkins St, Castine (207) 326-9247 www.wilsonmuseum.org Woodlawn Museum, Gardens & Park 19 Black House Dr, Ellsworth (207)667-8671 www.woodlawnmuseum.com
Hewes & Company 419 Ellsworth Rd, Blue Hill (207) 374-2275 www.hewesco.com M.E. Astbury & Son, Inc. 66 Hinkley Ridge Rd, Blue Hill (207) 374-5049 www.meastbury.com Michael W. Snow Electrician, Inc 18 Field House Ln, Blue Hill (207) 374-5185 PNB Interior Design 258 Mountain Rd., Blue Hill (207) 374-7164 www.pnbinc.com Sage Collins Surveying 341 Ellsworth Rd, Blue Hill (207) 374-2255 www.sagecollins.com
BHD Containers 319 Ellsworth Rd, Blue Hill (207) 374-5234 www.bhdcontainers.com
Wardwell Oil 760 Mines Rd, Sedgwick (207)359-8953 www.wardwelloil.com
Blue Hill Cabinet & Woodwork 517 Pleasant St, Blue Hill (207) 374-2260 www.bluehillcabinet.com
Coastal Interiors 21 Water St., Ellsworth (207)667-7166 www.coastalinteriors.info Down East Landscape & Design, Inc. 111 Turkey Farm Dr, Blue Hill (207) 374-5445 www.downeastlandscape.com Hart Farm Land Clearing and Arborist 40 Hart Farm Rd., Brooksville (207)322-3434 www.facebook.com/pg/Hart-Farm-Land-Clearing
Merle B Grindle Agency 6 East Blue Hill Rd, Blue Hill (207) 374-2871 www.mbgrindle.com
LEGAL SERVICES Hale & Hamlin Blue Hill 105 Main St, Blue Hill (207) 667-2561 www.halehamlin.com Hale & Hamlin Ellsworth 4 State St, Ellsworth (207) 374-7016 www.halehamlin.com
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DIRECTORY Jones, Kuriloff & Sargent, LLC 134 Surry Rd, Ellsworth (207) 664-0002 joneskuriloffsargentlaw.com Lambert Coffin 77 State Street, Ellsworth (207) 374-5833 www.lambertcoffin.com
LODGING Blue Hill Bay Property Rentals PO Box 1261, Blue Hill (207)412-8184 www.bluehillbaypropertyrentals.com Blue Hill Inn 40 Union St., Blue Hill (207)374-2844 www.bluehillinn.com Boyces Motel 44 Main St., Stonington (207) 367-2421 www.boycesmotel.com Dreaming of Maine 38 & 44 Oakland House Road, Brooksville (207)359-4645 www.rusticmainecottages.com Hiram Blake Camp 220 Weir Cove Road, Harborside (207) 326-4951 www.hiramblake.com/ Inn on the Harbor 45 Main St, Stonington (207) 367 2420 www.innontheharbor.com Maine Vacation Rentals, Inc 50 Main St, Blue Hill (207) 374-2444 www.manievacationrentalsonline.com
Oakland House Cottages by the Side of the Sea 435 Herrick Rd, Brooksville (207) 359-4645 www.oaklandhouse.com Oceanfront Camping @ Reach Knolls 670 Reach Rd., Brooklin (207) 359-5555 www.reachknolls.com Peninsula Property Rentals 54 Main St, Blue Hill (207) 374-2428 www.peninsulapropertyrentals.com Sea Meadow Cottage 29 Amen Farm Dr., Brooklin www.seameadowcottage.com The Castine Inn 33 Main Street, Castine (207) 326-4365 www.castineinn.com
MUSIC Bagaduce Chorale PO Box 516, Blue Hill www.bagaducechorale.org Bagaduce Music 49 South St, Blue Hill (207)374-5454 www.bagaducemusic.org Blue Hill Bach PO Box 428, Blue Hill (207)359-2150 www.bluehillbach.org Blue Hill Concert Association PO Box 140, Blue Hill (207)348-5605 www.bluehillconcertassociation.org Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival 137 Pleasant Street / 36 Main St, Blue Hill (207)374 2811 www.kneisel.org
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Surry Arts & Events Barn 8 Cross Road, Surry (207) 667-1308 www.surryartsandevents.com
REAL ESTATE Compass Point Real Estate 75 Main St., Blue Hill (207) 374-5300 www.compasspointrealestate.com Downeast Properties 105 Main Street, Blue Hill (207) 374-2321 www.downeastproperties.com Island Agency 26 Main St, Stonington (207) 367-2550 www.theislandagency.net Saltmeadow Properties, Blue Hill Office 48 Main Street, Blue Hill (207) 374-5010 www.saltmeadowproperties.com Saltmeadow Properties, Castine Office 9 Main Street, Castine (207) 326-9116 www.saltmeadowproperties.com The Christopher Group 5 Main St, Blue Hill (207) 266-3831 www.tcgre.net
RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES Parker Ridge Residential Community 63 Parker Ridge Road, Blue Hill (207)374-5789 www.parkerridge.com Seaport Village 19 General Moore Way, Ellsworth (207)667-9336 www.seaport-village.com
SALON AND PERSONAL CARE SERVICES Acupuncture in Blue Hill 154 Ellsworth Rd., Blue Hill (207) 266-1881 Hairplanes 513 South St, Blue Hill (207) 374-2799 Paradise Tattoo Water St., Blue Hill (207)902-0263 coreyparadisetattoo.blogspot.com/ THE Salon and Spa 49 Main St, Blue Hill (207)374-7067 www.facebook.com/thesalonandspabluehill
SERVICES/PETS Creature Quarters/Surry 43 Atlantic Lane, Surry (207) 610-2220 www.creaturequarters.com Maine Coast Veterinary Hospital 163 South St, Blue Hill (207) 374-2385 www.mainecoastvet.com Pet Provisions 3 Main St., Blue Hill (207)374-5070 www.bluehillpetprovisions.com Salty Dogs Obedience & Adventure 15 South Street, Blue Hill (207)835-5363 www.saltydogsobedience.com
SERVICES Cape Air 660 Barnstable Rd., Hyannis, MA (800)CAPEAIR www.capeair.com
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DIRECTORY Chickadee Compost 641 Reach Rd., Sargentville (207) 213-0699 www.chickadeecompost.com
Castine Kayak Adventures 17 Sea Street, Castine (207)866-3506 www.castinekayak.com
Full Circle Printing Solutions 265 Water St., Ellsworth (207)667-5227 www.fullcircleprintingsolutions.com
Isle au Haut Boat Services 37 Seabreeze Ave, Stonington (207) 367-5193 isleauhaut.com
Jordan-Fernald Funeral Home 113 Franklin St, Ellsworth (207)667-2521 www.jordanfernald.com
WoodenBoat School 41 Woodenboat Ln, Brooklin (207) 359-4651 www.thewoodenboatschool.com
Maine Camp Outfitters 300 Sunset Rd, Sunset (207) 348-2459 www.maine-camp.com
Maine Shellfish Co Inc 95 Water Street, Ellsworth (207)667-5336 www.ipswichshellfish.com PCT Communications (US Cellular) 28 South St., Blue Hill (207)214-8580 https://stores.uscellular.com/pct-communications OPIA Creative 379 Hinckley Ridge Road, Blue Hill (207) 370-2263 www.opiacreative.com Stanley Subaru 22 Bar Habor Rd, Ellsworth (207)667-4641 www.stanleysubaru.com
SERVICES/ON THE WATER Activity Shop 139 Mines Rd, Blue Hill (207)374-3600 www.theactivityshop.com
Blue Hill Books 26 Pleasant St., Blue Hill (207) 374-5632 www.bluehillbooks.com Blue Hill Co-Op 70 South Street, Blue Hill (207)374-2165 www.bluehill.coop Bucks Harbor Market 6 Cornfield Hill Road, Brooksville (207)326-8683 www.bucksharbormarket.com Compass Rose Books 3 Main Street, Castine (207)326-5034 www.compassrosebookscastine.com Gallery B. 5 Main St., Castine (213) 839-0851 www.gallerybgallery.com Island Approaches 50 Main St, Sunset (207)367-5980 www.islandapproaches.com
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Leaf and Anna, LLC 12 Reach Rd, Brooklin (207) 359-5030 www.leafandanna.com MAE, LLC 49 Main St, Blue Hill (207) 374-2506 www.maebluehill.com Mainescape Garden Shop 48 South Street, Blue Hill (207) 374-2833 www.mainescape.com Makers’ Market 30 Bagaduce Rd., Brooksville (207) 812-3703 www.makersmarketmaine.com Merrill Furniture 176 High St, Ellsworth (207)667-8737 www.merrillfruniture.com Nervous Nellie’s Jams and Jellies 598 Sunshine Rd, Deer Isle (207) 348-6182 www.nervousnellies.com Northern Bay Market 177 Southern Bay Rd., Penobscot (207) 326-8606 www.facebook.com/penobscotme Out on a Whimsey Toy Store 50 Main St., Blue Hill (207)338-3911 http://outonawhimsey.com Sleigh Bell Shoppe 733 Falls Bridge Rd., Blue Hill (207)266-9247 www.facebook.com/Sleigh-Bell-Shoppe Tradewinds 15 South St, Blue Hill (207) 374-5137 w w w.tradewindsmarkets.com/blue-hill /
TOWN Town of Blue Hill 18 Union St, Blue Hill (207) 374-2281 www.townofbluehillmaine.org Town of Brooklin 23 Bay Rd, Brooklin (207) 359-8394 www.brooklinmaine.com Town of Brooksville 1 Townhouse Rd, Brooksville (207) 326-4518 www.brooksvillemaine.org Town of Castine 67 Court St, Castine (207) 326-4502 www.castine.me.us Town of Deer Isle 70 Church Street, Deer Isle (207) 348-6060 www.townofdeerisle.org Town of Penobscot 1 Southern Bay Rd, Penobscot (207) 326-4364 www.penobscotmaine.org/town-office/ Town of Sedgwick 719 North Sedgwick Rd, Sedgwick (207) 359-2275 www.sedgwickmaine.org Town of Stonington 32 Main St, Stonington (207) 367-2351 www.stoningtonmaine.org Town of Surry 741 N Bend Rd., Surry (207) 374-5912 www.townofsurrymaine.com
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BHPCoC held a youth art contest for the cover of this area guide. Throughout the guide please enjoy works from the runners up of the contest, all amazing artists who call Blue Hill Peninsula home!
Celia Ruth Chittenden
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