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KENNEBEC VALLEY 2019 Greater Augusta Region Guide

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CONTENTS Augusta 8 Belgrade 11 Chelsea 12 Dresden 13 Farmingdale


Fayette 15 Gardiner 16 Hallowell 18 Jefferson 19 Litchfield 20 Manchester 21 Monmouth 22 Mount Vernon


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GREETINGS Chamber Staff

On behalf of the Board and Members of the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce, I want to welcome you to Maine’s Capital region. Maine’s Capital area is rich in history, culture, art, educational resources, dining, industry, and retail shopping. Our historic downtowns are full of intricate architecture and art, offering a beautiful backdrop to the many shops, restaurants, and offices that line these streets. Dozens of lakes and streams, the mighty Kennebec River, and the beautiful forested hills of the Capital area offer residents and visitors a unique natural environment and a high quality of life.

Katie Doherty, President & CEO

Chris Voynik, Events & Membership Director

Lindsay Corbett, Office Manager

Caroline Saban, Marketing Director

Executive Committee Nathan Cotnoir, Chair Camden National Bank

Chuck Hays, Past Treasurer MaineGeneral Health

Alec Rogers, Chair Elect Quality Inn & Suites Maine Evergreen Hotel

Cathy DeMerchant, Human Resources Capital Area Staffing Solutions, Inc.

Leon Emery, Vice Chair Emery’s Meats & Produce Matthew Tardiff, Treasurer J.S. McCarthy Printers

As the seat of State and County Government and a major hub of business, the Capital area harbors a vibrant economy and offers opportunities for new business development. In the Kennebec Valley, you experience the kind of Maine we usually keep for ourselves. Check out our event calendar on page 36 for a list of fun things to do while you’re here. Enjoy your time here and call the Chamber if we can be of assistance you in any way!

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Katie Doherty, President & CEO Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce 269 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 Tel: (207) 623-4559, Fax: (207) 626-9342 www.KennebecValleyChamber.com

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OUR STATE’S CAPITAL www.augustamaine.gov (207) 626-2300 Population: 18,594 Located on both sides of the Kennebec River at the head of tide, Augusta is one of the United States’ most beautiful capitals. As Maine’s capital city since 1827, Augusta is a city rich in history. The area was first explored by the Popham Colony in 1607 and was first inhabited by English settlers from the Plymouth Colony in 1628 as a trading post. At this time, the area was known by its Native American name, Cushnoc, meaning “head of the tide.” Augusta was named after the daughter of Henry Dearborn in 1797 and was named county seat for Kennebec County in 1799. After Maine became a state in 1820, Augusta was designated the state’s capital, beating the cities of Portland, Brunswick, and Hallowell for the title. From its early days as a Pilgrim trading post, the city has grown as the center of state and county government, an industrial and trade center, and a center for the region’s health and educational services. Augusta is the center of employment, commerce and service for Central Maine. For much of the city’s history, Water Street, built in the 1700s, on the banks of the Kennebec River was the central business district as the location of the area’s commercial and industrial life. As transportation improved in the area, business began to spread to other areas of the city. Today, downtown Augusta is in the midst of a revitalization with renewed and ongoing focus from the community. Market rate housing, public art, community events, new and established restaurants, retail stores, and business offices are contributing to a thriving and growing downtown. Recreational opportunities and cultural activities play an important role of life in Augusta. From outdoor concerts and movies to museums to golf to public and state parks to fishing and hunting to shopping and more, Augusta has all the best Maine has to offer within your reach.

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www.townofbelgrade.com (207) 495-2258 Population: 3,189

Belgrade, located northwest of Augusta, was incorporated in 1796. The sixty square miles of the town are largely composed of lakes, streams, and wetlands. In the summer months, the idyllic town’s population nearly doubles when part-year residents return to their cottages and seasonal camps along the many scenic lakes and streams. For those who enjoy fishing, Belgrade’s five lakes and their inlet and outlet streams offer several species of fish. Boaters will find plenty of water surface to cruise on from morning to night. Nature lovers will also be delighted by the opportunities to bird watch and spot the many species that call Maine home. As former farmland reverts to tree growth, deer, moose, and birds have become more plentiful for people to enjoy. When first settled, the citizens of Belgrade were mostly farmers or worked in grist and lumber mills. Now, there is only one working farm remaining in Belgrade, and employment in town is limited. Belgrade has become what many call a “bedroom community” composed of people who reside in Belgrade but work elsewhere. Small businesses such as restaurants and country stores provide a few yearround jobs, and rental cottages, boys and/or girls camps, marinas, and a golf course add part-time positions in the summer.


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CHELSEA Togus VA Medical Center

chelseamaine.org (207) 582-4802 Population: 2,721

Chelsea, incorporated on March 1, 1851 from a portion of Hallowell, was named for a Massachusetts town, which in turn was named for a section of London, England. Chelsea is the “gateway to the capital,” laying directly to the south of Augusta. Chelsea is home to the Togus Veterans Administration facilities, whose campus has an interesting story. Horace Beals, a granite dealer, built a resort hotel, the Togus Springs Hotel, on the site of mineral springs from the Worromontogus Stream in 1858. The 134-room hotel did not prove profitable, and the property was sold to United States government in 1866. Togus was transformed from a hotel into the first veterans facility developed by the federal government. In 1904, the number of veterans living at the facility peaked at nearly 2,800, with most men living in dormitories or in small cottages on the grounds. The Togus of today is named Togus VA Medical Center and is operated by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. The facility is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Aside from Togus, the principal settlement is near the bridge connecting the town with Hallowell. Along the river are a few ice-houses, and near the southern line is one of the large houses owned by the Knickerbocker Ice Company. The Mane Central Railroad, on the opposite side of the river, is accessible by bridge or boat. The town office hosts the Chelsea veterans memorial and a smaller memorial plaque to Chester Caldwell “For his many years of service to the school and a dedicated ‘Town Father.’”

Togus VA Medical Center

DRESDEN ©Paul VanDerWerf

www.townofdresden.com (207) 737-4335 Population: 1,672

Dresden was first settled as Frankfort in 1752 by German and French Huguenot immigrants. A town in Lincoln County, it was incorporated as Pownalborough in 1760 as when Lincoln County was created in the Maine District of Massachusetts. On June 25, 1794, the town was incorporated with its new name, Dresden, as chosen by Lincoln County Probate Judge Jonathan Bowman. Dresden is located on the eastern side of the Kennebec River. Historic sites include the Bridge Academy building and the Pownalborough Courthouse. The 1760 Pownalborough Courthouse was the first seat of government east of the Kennebec River. The Pownalborough Courthouse has hosted future U.S. President John Adams, George Washington’s first Supreme Court nominee William Cushing, Robert Treat Paine and David Sewall. It was the setting for a trial noted in midwife Martha Ballard’s diary. Today, the courthouse is now used as a museum and is open to the public. Bridge Academy came into existence due to the generosity of Llewellyn Lithgow and Samuel Bridge. Additional endowments from Edmund and Frederick Bridge enhance the potential for “A Free High School for the children of Dresden.” It served in that capacity until 1966, with over 430 students receiving their high school diplomas between 1892 and 1944. Due to the buildings intended purpose for education, Trustees of Bridge Academy set up the Bridge Academy Public Library on the site in 1984 to serve residents of Dresden. The Earle R. Kelley Wildlife Management Area is a 500 acre park, 290 acres of which is marshland, maintained by the State Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, 1.5 miles from the intersection of Route 27 and Blinn Hill Road. Dresden Bog, part of the Management Area, is a water-accessible nature preserve.

Pownalborough Court House

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www.farmingdalemaine.org (207) 582-2225 Population: 2,956

Located on the banks of the Kennebec River between Gardiner and Hallowell, Farmingdale is a vibrant residential community with densely populated riverbanks and open rural back-land. The town was incorporated on April 3, 1852 from parts of South Kennebec River Rail Trail

Hallowell, North Gardiner, and West Gardiner. During the 19th century and before the availability of mechanical refrigeration, many businesses existed in Farmingdale along the Kennebec River, including shipyards, brickyards, pottery, and a glue factory. A major business on the Kennebec River was harvesting and selling ice worldwide. Ice was cut from the frozen water and stored in warehouses, often insulated with sawdust. When the ice was gone, the river was often clogged with logs floating downstream to paper mills further south. The career of one of Farmingdale’s noted citizens provides insights into the town’s past. According to Maine’s Historic Places, Peter Grant was a self-made

Kennebec River Rail Trail

man who, at his death in 1836, left an estate of over $100,000 (very large for the time), including a shipyard in Farmingdale, half-ownership of four good-sized vessels, and large real estate holdings in the area. His social position is indicated by the fact that one of his sons married a daughter of Dr. Benjamin Vaughan, the patriarch of Hallowell.

Kennebec River Rail Trail



www.fayettemaine.org (207) 685-4373 Population: 1,110

Fayette was first settled as Starling Plantation in 1781 and became incorporated as the town of Fayette on February 28, 1795. It is a beautiful, small town community located approximately 19 miles northwest of the state capital of Augusta. Fayette shares some of the most beautiful lakes and ponds in central Maine with the bordering towns of Mount Vernon, Readfield, and Wayne. Fayette is known for its rural nature, seasonal resorts, and private camps. Every summer Echo Lake comes alive as Camps Winnebago and Vega host hundreds of young boys and girls as they have for generations. Families come to Fayette year after year to spend a day, a week, or an entire summer at their summer homes on the lake. After spending time in the idyllic town, many have decided to make Fayette their permanent home. Fishing on one of Fayette’s 31.5 square miles of lakes and ponds draws anglers from all over. Hiking, snowmobiling and fishing are just a few among many sports to enjoy. With a neighbor helping neighbor attitude, Fayette is a wonderful place to visit or call home. 15

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GARDINER Downtown Gardiner

www.gardinermaine.com (207) 582-4200 Population: 5,688

Gardiner is an unspoiled, authentic New England community with a historic downtown, vibrant arts and entertainment scene, shopping, and outdoor activities. Sitting on the banks of the Kennebec River at the head of navigation, Gardiner offers scenic recreational trails as well as a beautiful waterfront park and public boat launch. It is a historic city full of culture and architecture. The city was established as Gardinerston in 1754 and was officially incorporated in 1803 as Gardiner. The city was once a thriving manufacturing center with multiple paper mills, shoe manufacturers, and logging and saw mills as well as the center of the booming ice industry in the 19th and early 20th century. Gardiner boasts more buildings on the historic register than any other city in the area. Old homes are located in beautiful neighborhoods and reflect the wonderful quality of life that Gardiner has to offer. Gardiner is centrally located in the heart of Maine and the confluence of I-95 and I-295. The city is in a convenient location as its within hours of Maine’s famous coast and mountain regions, less than an hour’s drive from Portland, and less than a three hour drive from Boston. Gardiner has been successful in attracting new industry and businesses in recent years. A number of major businesses in the region have made their home at the Libby Hill Business Park, assuring Gardiner’s continuing contribution to the area’s economic growth.

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hallowell.govoffice.com (207) 623-4021 Population: 2,381 Hallowell, Maine’s smallest city, rests on the banks of the Kennebec River. It was settled in approximately 1762 and was once a granite and lumbering community. Granite from Hallowell was used to construct several buildings within the region. The small city is also classified as a National Historic District. Today, Hallowell features many unique and delightful antique and specialty shops in the downtown business district. Hallowell is also home to renowned art galleries and local artists, performing arts theaters, and festivals. Downtown Hallowell is teeming with bars, taverns, and restaurants that are often full of locals and tourists alike. A state-operated boat landing is located on the south end of the city. It is the hub of activities during the summer months as people launch their boats to cruise the beautiful Kennebec River all the way to the ocean. In the north end of the city, Granite Vaughan Woods ©FireDroneUSA

Park is a popular spot in the warmer months to grab a seat in one of adirondack chairs that line the Kennebec River and watch the river flow by. Nicknamed the “New Orleans on the Kennebec,” it is said that Hallowell retains the charm of yesteryear, the flavor of old world simplicity, and the warmth of old-fashioned hospitality.

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www.jeffersonmaine.org (207) 549-7401 Population: 2,427

Jefferson is a town in Lincoln County, incorporated from Ballstown Plantation on February 24, 1807. Historically the present town dates back to January 13, 1630, when a grant of fifteen miles on each side of the Kennebec River from the mouth to the present site of Gardiner was made to William Bradford, governor of the Pilgrim Colony of Plymouth, Massachusetts. The town of Jefferson was included in this area and was part of the plantation of Ballstown, founded in 1770 by John Ball. Abandoned granite quarries and clay banks where bricks were made suggest the early economic activities of the area. The Gazetteer of Maine in 1886, observed the following: “The principal occupation of the people is agriculture. There is at East Jefferson, on Damariscotta Lake, a flourishing cheese factory. At this place there are also lumber, stave and shingle mills, a wooden pump and carriage factory. At West Jefferson are a shingle-mill and potash factory, etc.” Jefferson has a substantial frontage on Damariscotta Lake, both in its north end and on virtually all its western shore. Damariscotta State Park is at the northeast corner of the lake, in Jefferson. The park features a sandy beach and picnic area. Visitors can also enjoy swimming, canoeing, and fishing.

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www.litchfieldmaine.org/welcome (207) 268-4721 Population: 3,624

Litchfield is located 16 miles southwest of Augusta in southern Kennebec County. It is a rural community situated on and around the Tacoma Lakes. Litchfield residents are a mix of commuters, farmers, business professionals, The Meadows Golf Club

vacation property owners, and retirees. Early settlement of the town began before the Revolutionary War and occurred around the ponds, lakes, and streams. In 1793, the town was organized as a political entity as Smithfield Plantation. In 1795, the Plantation successfully petitioned the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and became incorporated as the town of Litchfield. Litchfield is home to the Litchfield Fair, a county fair with large midway, agricultural exhibits, livestock, animal pulling events, historical fair museum, horse shows, and Old MacDonald Farm. The Old Town House Museum, built in 1840, has been transformed by the Litchfield Historical Society into a walk-through museum that captures Litchfield’s agricultural, educational,

Litchfield Fair ŠJonmikel Berry Pado

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manchester.govoffice2.com (207) 622-1894 Population: 2,580

Manchester was settled in 1775 and became a town in 1850. It was first named Kennebec, but finding that their mail often went to Kennebunk, the townspeople decided in 1854 to change the name to Manchester. The central part of town was first known as Hallowell Cross Roads, Manchester Cross Roads, Manchester Forks, and finally simply The Forks, a fitting name as seven roads meet here: Winthrop, Pond, Kerns Hill, Hallowell, Augusta, Puddledock and Readfield Roads. The southern part of town borders Cobbosseecontee Lake and is a popular recreation spot in Central Maine. Cobbosseecontee Lake, or simply Cobbossee, is known for its coves, inlets, and over two dozen islands. It also has the only active inland waters lighthouse in Maine, Ladies Delight Light, which is located in the bordering town of Winthrop.

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Lake Cobbosseecontee ŠChris Goldberg

monmouthme.govoffice2.com (207) 933-2206 Population: 4,104

Monmouth is a quintessential Maine town comprised of artistic culture and agriculture. It is best known for its historic Cumston Hall, an extraordinary building that dominates Main Street and dazzles longtime residents and visitors alike. Monmouth is a friendly walking village with access to the eateries, shops, the public beach, the library and the professional Shakespearean theater. The Theater at Monmouth is well known and holds many performances from June to September. Farming is abundant in Monmouth with a dairy farm on Main Street along with fiber, vegetable, and poultry farms within the Monmouth area. The town’s slogan is Monmouth Grows. Historic buildings on Main Street are part of the Theater at Monmouth

Monmouth Museum and are open to the public in the summer months. Monmouth has a diverse mixture of artists, light manufacturing, health services and many in-home businesses along with an excellent school system. Outdoor recreation of running, biking, boating, snowmobiling and sportsman activities are all part of the good life that Monmouth offers.



www.mtvernonme.org (207) 293-2379 Population: 1,640

Incorporated in 1792, Mount Vernon is a quintessential small town in Maine situated in the beautiful lake region of central Maine at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountain range. A large number of seasonal residents and tourists come to Mount Vernon for its many attractions. Fishing is outstanding in the many lakes and streams. The summer’s climate is especially conducive to swimming, hiking, and boating. Hunting and leaf peeping are fall attractions, and winter brings snowmobiling, ice fishing and cross country skiing. Mount Vernon’s other attractions include an active community center, an excellent library, a community theater group, various clubs and other civic, fraternal, and social organizations. The town is governed by the voters at the annual town meeting and a three member Board of Selectmen carry out the wishes of the voters. Mount Vernon is a friendly town that enjoys excellent schools, an active community, and a unique blend of farmland, forest, and lakeshores. The town is located within an easy travel distance of commercial and governmental centers of Augusta, Waterville, and Farmington.

Old Grist Mill

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www.pittstonmaine.org (207) 582-4438 Population: 2,650

Pittston is located about seven miles south of Maine’s capital along the eastern shore of the Kennebec River just across from the city of Gardiner. Pittston is a small rural town with the beauty of the historic Kennebec River as a backdrop along with easy access to all services the capital area has to offer. The town was incorporated in 1779 and named for the family of John Pitt, who were early settlers. Historically, Pittston specialized in boats, ice, and lumber and was a thriving river community. The historic Major Reuben Colburn House - a state historic site - and the Pittston Congregational Church are located in Pittston. Pittston is home to “Maine’s Friendliest Fair,” the Pittston Fair. The fair celebrates its 67th year of serving up fun, food, entertainment, and agricultural competition and education for all ages in 2019.

Pittston Fair ©Jeff Pouland, Kennebec Journal


www.randolphmaine.org (207) 582-5808 Population: 1,772

Randolph, about 2 square miles in size, is about 6 miles south of Augusta and about 20 miles north of the coastal town of Wiscasset. A town of just under 2,000 residents, Randolph lies along the bank of the Kennebec River just across from the City of Gardiner. It was incorporated in 1887, and used to be a thriving river community specializing in boats, lumber, ice and a terminal for a narrow gauge railroad to Togus Veterans Home in Chelsea. Being the smallest town in Maine (by area), it has a small town atmosphere with the proximity to all services and schools.



www.readfieldmaine.org (207) 685-4939 Population: 2,598

Readfield was incorporated in 1791 and was previously part of Pondtown, now Winthrop, part of the Kennebec Purchase from Governor Bradford’s Kents Hill School

Plymouth Plantation in Massachusetts. Readfield is a small rural community and a popular recreation spot in central Maine due to the numerous lakes and ponds within its limits as well as many hiking and walking trails. Readfield is home to a few summer camps which draw children and young adults from around the world to spend a summer on the banks of a lake in Maine. It is also home to Kents Hill School, a preparatory school, and Maranacook Community Schools, the public schools for the district. The town is also home to the historic Union Meeting House, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The brick meeting house’s interior is painted with trompe l’oeil murals on the walls and ceilings.

Union Meeting House ©Joe Phelan, Kennebec Journal

Readfield borders the town of Manchester to the east, Winthrop to the south, Wayne to the southwest, Fayette to the west, and Mount Vernon and Belgrade to the north.

Kents Hill School



RICHMOND Kennebec River

www.richmondmaine.com (207) 737-4305 Population: 3,411

Settled in 1725 and incorporated in 1823, Richmond is a charming community made up of beautiful farms, Victorian and Greek Revival homes, a growing vibrant village, and a rich historical story to tell. The town is known for its shipbuilding history, its dairy farms, and tales of the Underground Railroad. The town sits on the banks of the Kennebec River with Swan Island, an abandoned 18th and 19th century town called Perkins Township, a stone’s throw away. Visitors can traverse the four miles of trails as well as share the island with deer and bald eagles as they camp and sleep under the stars. Richmond’s waterfront offers moorings and docking services such as gas, power and pump-out, along with easy access to the North along the Kennebec River up to Augusta or to the South headed towards Bath and the open Atlantic Ocean. Whether you arrive to Richmond by car or boat, downtown Richmond offers many shops and restaurants to explore. Stroll up the hill for an ice cream, shop in a unique art gallery, or grab a bite at a local restaurant.

Kennebec River Boat Launch

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www.somervillemaine.org (207) 549-3828 Population: 584

Somerville, located in Lincoln County, was incorporated on March 25, 1858 from Patricktown Plantation. The plantation had existed at least since 1813. It is a quiet town with a tradition of community. Many of its residents are descendants of those who settled there in the 1800s. The Sheepscot River runs through the western portion of the town, and through Somerville Village itself. It widens into Long Pond (once known as Patricktown Pond), on which the town has substantial frontage. Smaller James Pond sits in the northwestern corner. Although it does not have the dramatic scenery of the coast or mountains, this rural town rather finds its beauty in the ponds, hills, and forests. Miles of dirt roads ensure a slow pace to enjoy the beauty that surrounds you.


www.waynemaine.org (207) 685-4983 Population: 1,189

Wayne is a small town 15 miles west of Augusta. The town was incorporated in 1798 and named after Revolutionary War General Anthony Wayne. The town is located near excellent restaurants, a world class Shakespearean Theater, mountains, whitewater rafting, and many other adventures. Visitors will find a classic New England Village with two churches, one library, a recreation center, a general store and a corner store, and specialty shops. Wayne’s population doubles in the summer as visitors from all over the world visit to swim and sail in the seven lakes and ponds, pick strawberries and blueberries, eat local vegetables and Maine seafood, and enjoy a relaxed life in small town Maine. During the summer, Wayne is home to Camp Androscoggin.

WEST GARDINER ©Cobbosseecontee Yacht Club

www.westgardinermaine.org (207) 724-3945 Population: 3,474

West Gardiner is a town in Kennebec County, incorporated on August 8, 1850 from a portion of Gardiner. It swapped land with Farmingdale (1852, 1853) and annexed some land from Litchfield (1856) to complete its boundaries. West Gardiner is the site of one of the Maine Turnpike Authority’s service plazas. In addition to the usual fast food providers, the plaza is home to the Center for Maine Craft. The Center features a retail gallery for handcrafted work by Maine artisans; cultural tourism information including craft artists’ studios, commercial galleries, and nonprofit arts organizations; and exhibitions of fine craft sponsored by Maine’s premier craft organizations. The remains of farm buildings on the Lewiston Road (Route 9/126) recall an earlier time when large farmhouses, barns, and silos dominated the landscape.

West Gardiner Service Plaza

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WHITEFIELD Sheepscot River

townofwhitefield.com (207) 549-5175 Population: 2,300

Whitefield was settled in 1770 by mainly Irish Catholics who named the town after British evangelist George Whitefield when it was incorporated in 1809. The town has a strong sense of community fostered through its rich history, its diverse population, recreation, and locally produced crafts, artwork, and foods. Whitefield boasts a serene lake, wetlands, rivers, streams and trails accessible to the public for recreation. Take the family on a hike at the Salmon Preserve or Mars Ridge Trail, where visitors can see as far as the Camden Hills. Play nine holes of golf at the local golf course or go for a paddle and fish for small mouth bass in Clary Lake. Bring your appetite with you as you’ll find some of the best foods on the planet with locally raised meats and organic vegetables sold at Whitefield’s general stores.

WINDSOR Windsor Fair

windsor.maine.gov (207) 445-2998 Population: 2,575

Windsor is small town located approximately 13 miles east of the state capitol, Augusta. Windsor began as a plantation known as New Waterford. The town was incorporated as Malta in 1809. In 1820 it was reincorporated as Gerry to honor statesman Elbridge Gerry and two years later it was incorporated again as Windsor. One of Windsor’s historical claims to fame is the Malta War in 1809, a minor rebellion that broke out against the Massachusetts state government over settlement and land ownership right. Today, Windsor is home to the 2nd largest agricultural fair, the Windsor Fair, which takes place each year from the last week of August until Labor Day in September. The fair encompasses over 50 acres and has an estimated attendance of over 150,000. Located in the heart of Central Maine, the fairgrounds are in close proximity to the coast, golf courses and mountains.

Windsor Fair

WINTHROP Maranacook Lake ©Jack Flanagan

www.winthropmaine.org (207) 377-7200 Population: 6,092

Located about 10 miles west of Maine’s capital city, and settled in 1771, Winthrop, is a business and service center for the Western Kennebec Valley region. With over 12 lakes, ponds, and streams as well as hundreds of acres of farmlands and undeveloped woodlands, there is an abundance of wildlife and Maranacook Lake ©Robby Virus

opportunities for boating, fishing, hiking, and other recreational activities. The Winthrop Lakes Region boasts a number of places for relaxation and entertainment, including lakeside cottages, campgrounds and lodging facilities along with a selection of local restaurants and shops. Nearly 10% of Winthrop’s housing is seasonal and its population nearly doubles in the summer months. Mt. Pisgah is a popular hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing destination. The forested summit features the former Maine Forest Service fire

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tower, which provides a beautiful 360 degree view including Mount Washington and Camden Hills. Historically a strong manufacturing community, The town has a diverse economy, featuring high-tech, manufacturing, medical, and professional services, tourism-based businesses, recreational businesses, and agriculture. Winthrop is important to several surrounding towns as a place to work and shop.

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PET FRIENDLY PARKS & TRAILS: Allen-Whitney Memorial Forest, Manchester* Scribner Hill Road. Off leash; dogs must be under voice control. Open dawn to dusk. New England Forestry Foundation, www. newengland forestry.org, (978) 952-6856

We know traveling without your family pet is simply out of the question. Dog parks, national and state parks, outdoor eateries, camping grounds, and high-end hotels offer pet-friendly options in every corner of Maine to suit every kind of budget. Fido’s vacation can be tailored to his or her needs, enriching your own vacation experience. Vacationland is playcationland for pets of all sorts and sizes. Travel with your pet, it’s the way life should be.

Augusta Dog Park Mill Park. Open dawn to dusk. City of Augusta, www.augustamaine.gov, (207) 626-2352

HOTELS: Axell’s Scandinavian Inn 803 Western Avenue, Manchester (207) 623-4583 www.scandinavianboutiquemotel.com

Capitol Park, Augusta^ Between Capitol and Union Streets. On and off leash; dogs must be under voice control when off leash. City of Augusta, www. augustamaine.gov, (207) 626-2352

Best Western Plus Civic Center Inn 110 Community Drive, Augusta (207) 622-4751 www.bestwestern.com

Damariscotta Lake State Park, Jefferson^ Off State Routes 32 and 126. On leash. Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands, www.state. me.us/docs/parks, (207) 549-7600

Comfort Inn Civic Center 281 Civic Center Drive, Augusta (207) 623-1000 www.choicehotels.com

Kennebec River Rail Trail, Augusta/ Farmingdale/Gardiner/Hallowell^ Water Street. On leash. Off-road bicycle and pedestrian walkway that connects neighborhoods in the area. www.krrt.org

Homewood Suites by Hilton Augusta 377 Western Avenue, Augusta (207) 480-2050 homewoodsuites3.hilton.com

Luce Memorial Forest, Readfield*^ Dane Luce Road. Off-leash. Open dawn to dusk. New England Forestry Foundation, www.newenglandforestry.org, (978) 952-6856

Senator Inn & Spa 284 Western Avenue, Augusta (207) 622-5804 www.senatorinn.com

Vaughn Woods, Hallowell^ Litchfield Road. On leash. Open dawn to dusk. Vaughn Woods and Historic Homestead, www.vaughnhomestead.com, (207) 622-9831

* Working forests where timber operations may occur. ^ Carry out all waste.

Viles Arboretum, Augusta^ Hospital Street. On leash. Open dawn to dusk. www.vilesarboretum.org, (207) 621-0031


CALENDAR JANUARY 1, New Year’s Antiques Show, Augusta Armory

MARCH 2, High School Basketball State Championship, Augusta Civic Center

11-13, Northeast Motorsports Expo, Augusta Civic Center

3, KIDABALOO, Augusta Civic Center

15-17, Maine Agricultural Trade Show, Augusta Civic Center

8-10, Augusta Boat Show, Augusta Civic Center

19-20, Gun Show, Augusta Civic Center

15-17, Augusta Camper & RV Show, Augusta Civic Center

20, Bridal Show, Augusta Armory

23, Maine Maple Sunday

25, The Kenney Awards

23, 18th Annual Chili & Chowder Challenge, Augusta Armory

27, Motorcycle Swap Meet, Augusta Civic Center

29-31, Maine Sportsman Show, Augusta Civic Center

FEBRUARY 1-3, Manufactured Housing Show, Augusta Civic Center

APRIL 5-7, Manchester Lions Home & Garden Show, Augusta Civic Center

8, Maine Pond Hockey Classic, Messalonskee Lake, Snow Pond Center for the Arts

19-21, Kora Shrine Circus, Augusta Civic Center

13-24, High School Basketball Tournaments, Augusta Civic Center

20, Gardiner Music Walk, Gardiner 28, One in Five 5k, Thomas College

23, Snow Pond Winter Carnival & Ice Fishing Derby, Snow Pond Center for the Arts

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MAY 3, Artwalk Gardiner, Water Street, Gardiner

17, Get Outside: Explore the Augusta Trails 19, Waterfront Wednesdays, Augusta

14, PERFORMANCE Foodservice-NorthCenter Trade Show, Augusta Civic Center

20-23, Blistered Fingers Bluegrass Festival, Litchfield 22, Greater Gardiner River Festival

27, Memorial Day Parade, Gardiner

26, Waterfront Wednesdays, Augusta

JUNE-AUGUST PLAYS The Maine Shakespeare Theater At Monmouth, (207) 933-2952

28, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner 29, Kennebec River Day, Augusta

Gaslight Theater, Hallowell, (207) 622-7031

29, Kennebec River Brewfest, Augusta

Waterville Opera House (Sept.-July), (207) 873-5381

JULY 3, Waterfront Wednesdays, Augusta

JUNE 1-2, 8th Annual Home Grown Maine Expo

4, Whatever Family Festival ends

8, The Kennebec Celebration, Augusta

4, Annual Winthrop 4th of July Fireworks

12-July4, KV Chamber Whatever Family Festival

4, Augusta 4th of July Parade and Fireworks

14-16, Trek Across Maine

4, Friends on the 4th 5K, Winthrop

15, Bond Brook Tread Fest

5, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

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CALENDAR AUGUST 1-3, 109th Annual Monmouth Fair

8, KV Chamber Golf Tournament 10, Waterfront Wednesdays, Augusta

2, Artwalk Gardiner, Gardiner

12, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

2, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

17, Waterfront Wednesdays, Augusta

9, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

19, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

9-10, Readfield Heritage Days

19-21, Richmond Days

16, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

20, Old Hallowell Day 21, Open Farm Day

17, 32nd Annual Winthrop Sidewalk Art Festival

24, Waterfront Wednesdays, Augusta

22-25, Blistered Fingers Bluegrass Festival, Litchfield

25-28, Pittston Fair

23, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

26, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

25-31, Windsor Fair

28, Swan Island 10K & 5K, Richmond

30, Free Summer Waterfront Concert Series, Waterfront Park, Gardiner

25-27, Maine Quilt Show, Augusta Civic Center 31, 109th Annual Monmouth Fair

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22-24, River of Trees, Colonial Theater, Augusta 24, Riverfront Holiday Event, Water Street, Augusta

6-8, Litchfield Fair

28-30, Festival of Trees, Johnson Hall, Gardiner

14, Maine Open Lighthouse Day

30, Annual Winthrop Holiday Parade

8, United Bikers of Maine Toy Run, route begins at Augusta Civic Center

DECEMBER 1-31, Days of Light, Gardiner

OCTOBER 5, 10th Annual Swine & Stein, Gardiner

1, Festival of Trees, Johnson Hall, Gardiner 1, Parade of Lights & Tree Lighting, Water Street, Gardiner

9, KV Chamber Business EXPO! 18-20, Maine Snowmobile Show, Augusta Civic Center

6, Artwalk Gardiner, Gardiner 14-15, 27th Annual Last Minute Christmas Arts & Craft Fair, Augusta Armory

25, Downtown Trick or Treat, Gardiner 26, MIKA’s 6th Annual Trunk or Treat, Manchester 31, Trick or Treat on Water Street, Augusta

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REGIONAL INFORMATION AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATION/ LICENSES Mailing address: Secretary of State, Motor Vehicle Division, State House Station 29, Augusta, Maine 04333-0029. Physical Address: 19 Anthony Avenue, Augusta, Maine. Phone: (207) 624-9000. CHILD CARE Many excellent child-care services are available in the Capital Area. Day care centers, private homes, nursery school programs and after school child care programs are available. Southern Kennebec Child Development Corporation in Farmingdale is a source of information for parents, employers and providers seeking child-care information. Phone: 1-800525-2229. CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS Getting together with people who share your interests is an important part of life in the Capital Area. Most national service and social organizations can be found here. For a complete list of clubs and organizations please contact the Chamber.

EDUCATION School systems within the Capital Area are strongly committed to the educational, social and personal development of our children. Our schools are noted for fine academic programs, which have prepared students for the best colleges in the country. To meet the needs of a diverse student population, schools offer special needs and honors programs, as well as alternative programs for students interested in exploring non-traditional environments. For more information, contact the Superintendent’s Office of the City or Town of interest. The University of Maine at Augusta is the state’s third largest post-secondary education school, serving students on campus, through ITV and its web-based programs. Augusta is also home to Purdue University Global campus offering a variety of programs with nearly constant enrollment. Other area colleges include Kennebec Valley Community College (Fairfield) and Thomas College and Colby College (Waterville).

Public School Superintendent’s Offices: Augusta (207) 626-2468 Chelsea /Whitefield/ Windsor/Wiscasset (207) 549-3261 Dresden/Farmingdale/ Hallowell/Monmouth/ Richmond (207) 622-6351 Gardiner/Pittston/ Randolph/West Gardiner (207) 582-5346 Litchfield/Sabattus/Wales (207) 375-4273 Manchester/Mt. Vernon/ Readfield/Wayne (207) 685-3336 Fayette/Winthrop (207) 377-2296 Private and Parochial Schools: Dirigere Christian Academy (1-12) (207) 622-1721 Kents Hill (High School) (207) 685-4914 St. Michael’s School (K-8) (207) 623-3491


REGIONAL INFORMATION Stepping Stones Montessori School (Pre K-8) (207) 626-5550 Colleges/Universities: Purdue University Global: (207) 213-2500 University of Maine at Augusta: (207) 621-3000 Colby College*: (207) 8723000 Kennebec Valley Community College*: (207) 453-5000 Thomas College*: (207) 859-1101 These schools are in the Waterville area *

Vocational Schools: Capital Area Technical Center: (207) 626-2475 HOSPITALS Alzheimer’s Care Center (207) 626-1770 152 Dresden Ave., Gardiner, Maine Riverview Psychiatric Center (207) 624-3900 Hospital St., Augusta, Maine

MaineGeneral Medical Center, Alfond Center for Health* (207) 626-1000 35 Medical Center Parkway, Augusta, Maine Harold Alfond Center for Cancer Care (207) 621-6100 361 Old Belgrade Rd., Augusta, Maine VA Maine Healthcare System (207) 623-8411 Togus, Maine * The region’s largest private employer, MaineGeneral operates major hospital campuses in Augusta and Waterville and community health centers in a number of area towns.

HOUSING Housing in the Capital Area is available to suit every taste and need. Average sales price of single family homes in Kennebec County in 2018 was $167,700 although the range of homes can extend to luxury homes on beautiful lakeside settings. Homes for the most part are located on heavily vegetated lots whether in the urban areas or in nearby country settings. Apartments are available in the area at reasonable prices, 45

and a number of senior and assisted-living homes are also available. Please see our on-line membership directory for a full listing of real estate agencies and professionals. LIBRARIES Augusta: Lithgow Public Library (207) 626-2415 Maine State Library: Located in the Maine State Cultural Building in the State Capitol Complex, The Maine State Library houses an extensive collection of material on Maine history and genealogy. Library: (207) 287-5600 Archives: (207) 287-5790 University of Maine at Augusta Katz Library: (207) 621-3356 Dresden: Bridge Academy Public Library (207) 737-8810 Gardiner: Gardiner Public Library (207) 582-3312 Hallowell: Hubbard Free Library (207) 622-6582

REGIONAL INFORMATION Richmond: Richmond Public Library (207) 737-2770 Wayne: Cary Memorial Library (207) 685-3612 Winthrop: Charles M. Bailey Library (207) 377-8673 NEWSPAPER/ RADIO/ TELEVISION The Kennebec Journal serves the region as the primary daily newspaper. Several local radio stations are operated by Blueberry Broadcasting, TownSquare Media, and Mix Maine Media. Spectrum provides cable television, phone and internet services to the Capital Area. Network service is available via stations WCSH-TV, WGME-TV, WMTW-TV, and WABI-TV located in Bangor, Lewiston/Auburn, and Portland. RECREATION The Capital Area offers a variety of year-round recreational activities for residents and visitors alike. Surrounded by more than 30 lakes and ponds and the Kennebec River, the Capital Area is well suited for activities such as canoeing, kayaking, boating, swimming, water skiing, sailing, jet skiing,

ice skating and fishing. Boat sales, rentals and marine services are provided by area marinas including Clark Marine in Manchester. Public boat landings located on the Kennebec River can be found in Augusta, Hallowell, Gardiner, and Richmond as well as on larger lakes in the region. White water rafting along the upper Kennebec and other rivers is organized by rafting companies within the area such as North Country Rivers. The Capital Area Recreation Association complex between Hospital Street and the Cony Road (beside the Viles Arboretum) offers venues for soccer, baseball, softball, basketball, horseshoes, and walking / hiking / jogging. The City of Augusta maintains popular Bicentennial Park, a recreation and swimming area on a city pond for Augusta residents. Outdoor swimming pools are located at two area playgrounds and at area hotels/motels including Fairway Motor Lodge, Best Western Plus Civic Center Inn, and Quality Inn & Suites Maine Evergreen Hotel. Indoor swimming pools are located at Senator Inn & Spa, Comfort Inn, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, Hampton Inn, Homewood Suites by 46

Hilton, and Kennebec Valley YMCA. The Kennebec Valley YMCA, with its two facilities (Augusta and Manchester) offers two pools, fitness centers/indoor tracks, group exercise studios, racquetball, open gym, child watch services and a variety of programs that serve all ages, infants to seniors. There is also a health club at University of Maine at Augusta. Other indoor sports offered within the Capital Area include ice skating at the Camden National Ice Vault, candlepin bowling, and ten pin bowling at Sparetime Recreation. A four-court indoor tennis facility is located at the A-COPI Tennis and Sports Center. The Capital Area also hosts seven outdoor tennis courts, six public golf courses, one private golf course, Augusta Country Club, and numerous parks, playgrounds and athletic fields. Capital Area residents and visitors also frequent our 10 theater cinema complete with king size recliners. Nightly Beano is played at various halls and churches throughout our communities. The Bond Brook Recreation Area offers Nordic ski complex with separate trails for other recreation activities on a large 160-acre forested tract in the center of the Capital.

REGIONAL INFORMATION CULTURAL ARTS ABOUND Cultural opportunities within the Capital Area include Shakespearean plays performed at the Theater at Monmouth throughout the summer and concerts performed by the Kennebec Performing Arts and the Augusta Symphony Orchestra. Other venues for performing arts include Gaslight Theater in Hallowell, the University of Maine at Augusta, Johnson Hall in Gardiner, Snow Pond Center for the Arts in Sidney, and state of the art facilities at Cony High School and Winthrop High School. Two of the area’s historic theaters, the Colonial Theater in Augusta and Johnson Hall in Gardiner, are going under major renovations to preserve the history of the buildings and to become beacons for the arts in the region. SENIOR CITIZEN ASSISTANCE General information is available from the Bureau of Elder & Adult Services, State House Station 11, Augusta, Maine 04333 Phone: (207) 287-9200 or 1 800-2622232 or call Spectrum Generations, One Weston Court, Augusta, Maine 04330, Phone: (207) 622-9212 or 1-800-639-1553.

SHOPPING Each community in the Capital Area offers its own unique downtown shopping experience. Visit the varied selection of large stores or a growing number of small to mid-size specialty shops. Your shopping experience will include visiting several shopping centers, mini-malls and traditional Main Street settings of the downtown business districts.

TRANSPORTATION Interstate 95, the backbone of highway transportation in Maine, serves the Capital area. In addition, many other major highways converge in the Capital helping to make it a true center of commerce and travel.

The Capital Area is home to several shopping centers with an extraordinary retailer mix with the likes of Walmart, Home Depot, Old Navy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Barnes and Noble Booksellers, Target, Lowes, Best Buy, and more. Whatever your shopping pleasure, you are sure to discover it in the Capital Area.

Kennebec Explorer provides local public bus transportation and several taxi companies service the area.

TAXATION The tax structure of Maine is comprised of state and local taxes. The state collects retail sales and use taxes, income taxes and business related taxes. At the local level, real estate, personal property and excise taxes are collected. Additional detailed information may be obtained from municipal offices or from the Bureau of Taxation, State House Station 24, Augusta, Maine 04333-0024. Phone: (207) 287-2076. 47

Portland and Bangor are about an hour’s drive away and Boston is less than a three-hour drive.

Rental cars are available at Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Greyhound buses serve Augusta, and Concord Coach Lines Bus Company operates a major transportation hub in Augusta providing direct transport to Boston and New York City. Cape Air provides scheduled flight service to Boston and beyond from the Augusta State Airport. Charter air service and flight instruction courses are available from Maine Instrument Flight. UTILITIES Maine Natural Gas and Summit Natural Gas of Maine both deliver natural gas to industrial, commercial, and residential customers

REGIONAL INFORMATION in the capital area. Central Maine Power Company provides the area with electric service. Consolidated Communications is the primary provider of landline telephone service, although several other companies, including Oxford Networks, also serve the area. Cell phone companies include U. S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile. Spectrum provides the region with cable television, high speed internet, and digital phone service. Redzone Wireless offers high speed broadband internet to Augusta and Manchester. The Capital Area is served by a number of gas and oil dealers. The availability of municipal water and sewer systems varies from community to community. WELCOMING/GREETING SERVICE If you are new to the Capital Area and would like an information package from Newcomer Relocation Rental Services, please call Ramona Venskus at (207) 622-4312.

CAMPING GUIDE Maine Campground Owners Association 655 Main Street Lewiston, Maine 04240 (207) 782-5874 campmaine.com CRAFT SHOWS United Maine Craftsmen 16 Old Winthrop Road Manchester, Maine 04351 (207) 621-2818 unitedcraftsmen.com FISHING AND HUNTING Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife State House Station 41 Augusta, Maine 04330 (207) 287-8000 www.maine.gov/ifw LODGING Maine Innkeepers Association 304 US Route 1 Freeport, Maine 04032 (207) 865-6100 www.maineinns.com MAINE FAIRS Maine Department of Agriculture State House Station 28 Augusta, Maine 04333-0028 (207) 287-3871


STATE OF MAINE MAP/ TOURIST INFORMATION Kennebec Valley Tourism Association PO Box 5242 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-4883 kennebecvalley.org Maine Office of Tourism 59 State House Station Augusta, ME 04333-0059 1-888-624-6345 www.visitmaine.com Maine Tourism Association 327 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (800) 767-8709 www.mainetourism.com STATE PARKS Maine Bureau of Parks and Recreation State House Station 22 Augusta, Maine 04333-0022 (207) 287-3821 Reservation: 800- 332-1501


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Fedcap Ribbon Cutting BUSINESSES IN THE REGION While government provides nearly four out of every ten jobs in the region, other large employers include major distribution companies, health organizations, the state’s largest electric utility headquarters, natural gas headquarters, financial institutions, growing retail centers, and statewide non-profit associations’ headquarters.

significantly in the past decade. Augusta is home to the largest open-air shopping center north of Boston along with several other shopping center. Hannaford Supermarkets manages five large grocery stores and a large distribution center in the Augusta Micropolitan. In 2009, Hannaford built the World’s First Platinum LEED’s grocery store in the center of the capital.

Manufacturers in the region create computer components, paper products, boats, specialty composites, high-tech and space products, products for vehicles, and a number of wood products.

STARTING A BUSINESS IN THE KENNEBEC VALLEY As Maine’s capital region, we understand that in order to have a thriving business environment you must have a strong community supporting it. The Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 23 communities are full of businesses, leaders, educators, entrepreneurs, volunteers, and citizens who are all committed to the success of the Kennebec Valley.

The area is headquarters for the state’s largest electric utility company and includes major distributors for food and flooring. Health services in this central part of Maine are provided by MaineGeneral Health at its Waterville and Augusta campuses with a teaching unit associated with Dartmouth Medical School. MaineGeneral opened a state-of-the-art Alfond Cancer Care Center in Augusta in 2007 and completed its $312 million hospital in 2013 in Augusta to serve a population of 180,000 primarily in Kennebec and Somerset Counties. Other health facilitators include the VA Maine Healthcare System, Home Resources of Maine, HealthReach Network home services, and a number of others.

There is a place for any sort of business in the Kennebec Valley – from a small niche retail business to a large manufacturer or distributor. The cities and towns of the area also have their own Board of Trades, which are focused on promoting economic growth in the area that will result in an increase in jobs and greater revenue. With the community’s support, there is an endless supply of individuals and businesses that are willing to give a helping hand, whether its in the way of services, loans, or advice. The Kennebec Valley Chamber looks forward to working with you and developing the region that we live in, work in, and love.

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Bond Brook Recreation Area, Augusta

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Bond Brook Recreation Area, Augusta

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MAINE STATE HOUSE Noted Boston architect Charles Bulfinch designed the original Maine Capitol, built in 1829 using granite quarried from nearby Hallowell. In 1910, another Boston architect, C. Henri Desmond, enlarged the building to double its original size. It is truly one of Maine’s architectural treasures and recently underwent a $50 million renovation. The dome rises 185 feet over the majestic Kennebec River. The Capitol Building houses both Executive and Legislative branches. Tours are available weekdays only, year round and scheduled by calling the Maine State Museum. Please call: (207) 287-2301.

MAINE STATE MUSEUM Experience Maine’s past by visiting the Maine State Museum, one of the finest state museums in the USA. The museum presents exhibits of Maine’s natural environment, social history, and manufacturing heritage. Located in the State Capitol Complex, the museum is open Tuesday through Friday, 9 to 5, Saturday 10 to 4, and is closed Sundays, Mondays, and all state holidays. (207) 287-2301, www.mainestatemuseum.org FIRST AMENDMENT MUSEUM The mission of the First Amendment Museum is to inspire all Americans to live and love their First Amendment freedoms. The museum will promote the practice and understanding of the First Amendment to the US Constitution by developing a landmark museum with innovative exhibits and engaging programming. The First Amendment Museum is being built at the historic home of legendary publisher and First Amendment champion Guy P. Gannett in Augusta, Maine. Full Restoration of the Gannett House and expansion of the museum to begin in 2020 (207) 557-2290, firstamendmentmuseum.org

BLAINE HOUSE (GOVERNOR’S MANSION) The Blaine House, located on the corner of State and Capitol Streets, was built in the Federalist style in 1833. In 1872, the motif was changed to Victorian & Italian style, and in 1919, noted Maine architect, John Calvin Stevens, remodeled the mansion to a semiColonial structure. A gift to the state from Mrs. Harriet Blaine Beal, the house has been the official residence of Maine governors since 1919. The Blaine House is open for tours by appointment only. Please call: (207) 287-2301.


POINTS OF INTEREST SAMANTHA SMITH MEMORIAL In 1982, Samantha Smith, a ten-yearold child from Manchester, Maine wrote to congratulate Yuri Andropov on his appointment as Soviet Premier. In her letter, Samantha confided her fears of nuclear war and the tense relations between the United States and the Soviet Union. Later, Premier Andropov invited Samantha and her family to visit the Soviet Union, experience its culture and meet Soviet children. Tragically, Samantha’s voice was silenced in a 1985 plane crash, but her legacy remains a major step in the successful peace efforts between the two super powers. The memorial is located next to the Maine State Museum. CHILDREN’S DISCOVERY MUSEUM This exciting Discovery Museum offers a “hands-on” opportunity for youngsters through grade five to have fun while learning in an interactive environment. A host of exciting exhibits, including a restaurant, grocery store and bank, theater and a rainforest/toddler play area. Kids can also learn about engineering, construction and transportation. The museum provides wonderful opportunities for creative family fun and is located at Shaw’s Plaza near Capitol Street. (207) 622-2209, www.childrensdiscoverymuseum.org GOVERNOR HILL MANSION The Governor Hill Mansion was originally designed by John Calvin Stevens for Governor John Fremont Hill. This building incorporates the use of Maine granite and St. Louis brick in its construction. It is the last remaining of the imposing estates of Augusta built during the late 1890’s and early 1900’s and has been converted to conference facilities. (207) 622-6235, governorhillmansion.com

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THE UNION MEETING HOUSE Built in 1827-28, the Union Meeting House is a historic brick meeting house located at 22 Church Road in Readfield. When the building was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, it was called “a handsome late Federal style brick church unusually refined for such a rural context.” Forty years after it was built, artist Charles J. Schumacher was hired to create tompe l’oeil style murals on the walls and ceilings. Visitors can see the meeting house today exactly how it was in 1868. unionmeetinghouse.org

KENNEBEC COUNTY COURT HOUSE The Kennebec County Court House, located at the intersection of State and Winthrop Streets, was built in 1830. This granite building is a clear example of the Greek revival style of construction. From 1830 to 1969, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court held sessions in the Court House, and the room where they met still contains the original chairs and desks. A $50 million addition was completed in 2015. The Kennebec County Court House, is listed in the National Registry of historic buildings.

HOLOCAUST & HUMAN RIGHTS CENTER OF MAINE The Michael Klahr Holocaust Education Resource Center, built with the help of the Holocaust Human Rights Center of Maine – and a generous donation by Michael Klahr who survived the holocaust as a child – houses artifacts and information from Maine people who survived or helped to liberate the concentration camps of World War II. In the center, attached to the University of Maine at Augusta’s Katz Library, researchers will find a rich archive of reference material. Klahr Center seminars and symposiums focus on the topics of diversity, medical ethics and the Holocaust. (207) 621-3530, hhrcmaine.org

LAW ENFORCEMENT, EMT & FIRE FIGHTERS MONUMENT PARK These special memorials, erected near the State House, give constant statewide tribute to law enforcement officials and fire fighters who have given their lives in the line of duty. MAINE VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL The Maine Vietnam Veterans Memorial, located in Capitol Park, honors those who served in Vietnam and those whose lives were touched by the war. The Memorial is represented by three triangular structures. One can walk through this “statue in reverse” memorial, incorporating the viewer as an integral part of the design.



MAINE VETERANS MEMORIAL CEMETERIES This sprawling hillside cemetery and nearby expanded pastoral cemetery are the final resting places for thousands of Maine citizens who served their country in time of war. On the outskirts of Augusta on Civic Center Drive and Mount Vernon Road, the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemeteries are designed with walls of names and offer a somber reminder of those who have served our country.

OLD FORT WESTERN Old Fort Western was built in 1754 by the Proprietors of the Kennebec Purchase and is now designated as a National Historic Landmark. It is the Nation’s oldest surviving wooden fort. Located on Cony Street on the banks of the Kennebec River, the Fort complex includes the original main house (barrack and store) and reproduction blockhouses, watchboxes and palisade. The Fort portrays military, settlement, family, work and community themes. Guided tours offer visitors an opportunity to step back into the past. For information on admission and group discounts call (207) 626-2385 or visit oldfortwestern.org

MONUMENT PARK Prior to 1879, this park was known as the Augusta Mall and was the mustering point for the Kennebec Valley Civil War troops. Following that war, the westside rotary site was conveyed to the City of Augusta in trust for a Civil War monument. Since that time, war memorials have been added for World War I and II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the war in Iraq.

WALK, BIKE, HIKE, AND NORDIC TRAILS The Kennebec River Rail Trail offers miles of scenic river views for walkers and bikers. The trail stretches seven miles from Augusta through Hallowell and Farmingdale to Gardiner. The University of Maine at Augusta maintains hiking and running trails for all levels and the Greenway in Augusta is a shorter pleasant river walk. The Viles Arboretum also offers beautiful wooded trails for nature lovers. A world class Nordic ski trail system has been recently established on a large tract of city property near the Augusta State Airport. Bond Brook Recreation Area is a 270 acre urban wilderness area owned by and within the City of Augusta.

Old Fort Western ŠSean Pavone | Dreamstime.com


Bowl in the Pines, Snow Pond, Sidney

VILES ARBORETUM The former Pine Tree State Arboretum, a 225-acre tract of land where trees, shrubs, and plants are cultivated for educational, recreational and scientific purposes was renamed Viles Arboretum in honor of late Augusta philanthropists William and Elsie Viles. Recreational opportunities include bird watching, picnicking, hiking, biking and cross-country skiing. The Arboretum located at Hospital Street and Piggery Road includes six- miles of trails, which offer a fine view of the Kennebec Valley, with a visitors’ center open to the public. (207) 626-7989, www.vilesarboretum.org

SNOW POND Since 1973, talented young musicians have been coming to the New England Music Camp in Sydney, Maine, to experience the splendor of a Maine summer and learn from some of the nation’s top performers, conductors, and educators. Snow Pond Center for the Arts is now pursuing its greater goal to establish a thriving arts education and community center serving central Maine and beyond. SPCA opened a Community Music School in the Fall of 2014. The Arts Education Center provides ample space for musical rehearsals, composition, recording, visual arts, and dance. Maine’s only performing arts public charter school, Maine Arts Academy, opened in the Fall of 2016. SPCA’s Performance Hall includes a stateof-the-art, acoustically engineered, 750-seat concert hall. SPCA is also home to the Bowl in the Pines amphitheater built in 1937, one of the largest outdoor stages in the nation. (844) 476-6976, snowpond.org

VAN METER MEMORIAL At age 11, Vicki Van Meter, a Pennsylvanian, became an “adopted daughter” of Augusta when she piloted her plane solo from Augusta State Airport to San Diego, California, setting a record and becoming an international media star, NASA spokesperson and inspiration to youth. She also flew from Augusta in her cross-Atlantic record flight at age 12 in 1994. After her untimely death in 2008 Vicki’s family erected a statue at the airport to commemorate her love for Augusta and to help inspire others to “follow their dreams.”

THEATER AT MONMOUTH The Theater at Monmouth, aka, The Shakespearean Theater of Maine, is a regional treasure that attracts Mainers and summer visitors from around the world to high quality performances of Shakespeare and others. Since 1970, The Theater at Monmouth has presented professional productions of the world’s greatest plays in rotating repertory in the beautifully restored 100-year-old Cumston Hall. (207) 933-9999, www.theateratmonmouth.org



JOHNSON HALL Johnson Hall is a historic theater built in 1864 on Water Street in Downtown Gardiner. It presented live shows, entertainment, and movies until 1959 when it mostly closed for 30 years. The first floor has been renovated into an accessible 117-seat performance space, where Johnson Hall presents arts programs for all ages, year-round live professional music, theater and dance performances, theater and art camps for children, and workshops and classes for children and adults. The upper floors of Johnson Hall await restoration as the community is in the process of returning the Hall to its full glory – a 400-seat theater, providing cultural enrichment and boosting the regional economy. (207) 582-7144, www.johnsonhall.org

COLONIAL THEATER Built in 1913, the Colonial Theater is located on Water Street in Augusta along the Kennebec River. The building suffered extensive damage in a 1926 fire and was rebuilt shortly after as larger than the original. It featured silent films with live music until sound pictures were introduced in the late 1920s. After 40 years of neglect, a group of community members formed Colonial Theater, Inc., a nonprofit organization, to save the Colonial from demolition. In its heyday, the Colonial was a primary site for entertainment for residents before the age of automobiles, videotapes, and cable television. Today, the Theater is in the first phase of restoration that, when opened, will bring cinema, the performing arts, public events, education, a broad spectrum of digital programming to downtown Augusta. (207) 248-6382, www.augustacolonialtheater.org

Johnson Hall, Gardiner

Colonial Theater, Augusta


CAPITOL PARK Set between the Maine State House and the Kennebec River, Capitol Park was created in 1827 after Augusta residents donated 34 acres of land for the future State House and park. In the 1920s, the Olmstead Brothers were commissioned to design the Governor’s mansion, State House, and park. With wide gravel paths between rows of trees, the park is Maine’s earliest documented designed landscape. Capitol Park was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. MILL PARK Mill Park is located on the site of the Edwards Manufacturing Mill that once fueled Augusta’s economy, which was destroyed in a fire in 1993. In recent years, the park has evolved from a barren landscape to a social space. A Farmer’s Market runs the first Tuesday in May until the last Tuesday before Thanksgiving under the pavilion in the park. A dog park is also located within the park. Four petanque courts are also located in the park for public use, and equipment can be rented for free at the Buker Center. Access to the Kennebec River can be found at the far end of the park where a kayak and canoe launch is located.

VAUGHAN WOODS & HISTORIC HOMESTEAD Also known locally as Hobbitland, Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead is a non-profit nature preserve and non-traditional house museum that seeks to connect people to place through nature, history, and the arts. Located in Hallowell, the trails of Vaughan Woods are open to the public daily from dawn to dusk which can be accessed by trailheads located at the corner of Litchfield Road and Middle Street in Hallowell or behind Hall-Dale High School tennis courts at 97 Maple Street in Farmingdale. The Homestead is open to the public on the occasion of programs and events. Office hours for business purposes are M-F 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. vaughanhomestead.org, (207) 622-9831


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Accountants Austin Associates, P.A. PO Box 3400 Auburn, ME 04212-3400 (207) 783-9111 austinpa.com Gibson LeClair, LLC 150 Capitol Street, Ste. 3 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-8401 gibsonleclair.com Intriago Advisors PO Box 541 Belgrade Lakes, ME 04918 (207) 482-0636 intriagoadvisors.com Jack Skehan & Associates 30 Bridge Street Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-1040 jackskehan.com Karen Johnson CPA, LLC 151 Water Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207)621-1220 karenjohnsoncpa.com Macpage LLC One Market Square Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4766 macpage.com Airlines & Aviation Augusta State Airport 75 Airport Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2306 augustaairport.org Cape Air 660 Barnstable Road Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 862-9764 capeair.com Maine Instrument Flight P.O. Box 2 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-1211 mif.aero

Associations and Interest Groups AARP Maine 53 Baxter Boulevard, Suite 202 Portland, ME 04101 (207) 776-6312 aarp.org/me American Cancer Society One Bowdoin Mill Island STE 300 Topsham, ME 04086 (207) 373-3728 cancer.org American Lung Association in Maine 122 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6394 lungne.org American Red Cross 16 Community Way Topsham, ME 04086 (207) 999-1000 www.redcross.org Augusta Downtown Alliance PO Box 2066 Augusta, ME 04338 (207) 458-8757 augustadowntownalliance.org Augusta Elks Lodge #964 PO Box 2206 Augusta, ME 04338 (207) 623-9623 augustaelks.org

Boys & Girls Clubs of Kennebec Valley 14 Pray Street Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-8458 club4me.com Capital Area Housing Association PO Box 2901 Augusta, ME 04338 (207) 622-4312 caha4u.org Family Violence Project PO Box 304 Augusta, ME 04332-0304 (207) 623-8637 familyviolenceproject.org Fredericton Chamber of Commerce 364 York Street, Suite 200 Fredericton, NB E3B 3P7 (506) 458-8006 frederictonchamber.ca Gardiner Main Street PO Box 194 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-3100 gardinermainstreet.org Hallowell Area Board of Trade PO Box 246 Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 620-7477 hallowell.org

Augusta Housing Authority 33 Union Street, Ste. 3 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2357

Healthy Communities of the Capital Area 11 Mechanic St, Suite 101 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 588-5354 hccame.org

Augusta Kiwanis Club PO Box 966 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 215-3577 augustakiwanisclub.com

Hunting Works for Maine 333 S 7th St, Suite 2250 Minneapolis, MN 55402 (614) 531-4426 huntingworksforme.com

BNI- Capital Area Referral Source 16 Country Club Road Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 620-4015

Kennebec Historical Society 107 Winthrop St Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-7718 Kennebechistorical.org


Kennebec Land Trust PO Box 261 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-2848 tklt.org

Maine Association of Broadcasters 69 Sewall Street, Suite 2 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3870 mab.org

Maine Innkeepers Association 45 Melville Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 213-2060 maineinns.comy

Kennebec Networkers 9 Drew Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 446-0943 bnimaine.com

Maine Association of Realtors 19 Community Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-7501 mainerealtors.com

Kennebec Valley Board of Realtors 30 Filos Way Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-1234 kvbr.org

Maine Better Transportation Association 146 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0526 mbtaonline.org

Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance 219 Capitol Street, Ste. 3 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3230 mmsa.org

Kennebec Valley Community Action Program 97 Water Street Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 859-1500 kvcap.org Kennebec Valley Council of Governments 17 Main Street Fairfield, ME 04937 (207) 453-4258x12 kvcog.org Kennebec Valley Human Resource Association PO Box 1445 Waterville, ME 04903 (207) 634-1025 kvhra.org Kennebec Valley Tourism Council P.O. Box 5242 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-4883 kennebecvalley.org Le Club Calumet, Inc. 334 West River Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-9874 calumetclub.com Maine & Co. 120 Exchange Street Portland, ME 04101 (207) 871-0234 maineco.org

Maine Motor Transport Association P.O. Box 857 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-4128 mmta.com

Maine Bureau of Veterans’ Services 117 State House Station Augusta, ME 04333 (207) 430-6035 maine.gov/veterans

Maine Principals’ Association 50 Industrial Drive Augusta, ME 04338 (207) 622-0217 mpa.cc

Maine Children’s Trust 56 Leighton Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-5120 mechildrenstrust.org

Maine Restaurant Association 45 Melville Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-2178 mainerestaurant.com

Maine Dental Association 29 Association Drive Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-7900 www.medental.org

Maine State Chamber Of Commerce 125 Community Drive, Ste. 101 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-4568 mainechamber.org

Maine Development Foundation 295 Water Street, Ste. 5 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6345 mdf.org Maine Fiber Frolic 377 Center Conway Road Brownfield, ME 04010 (207) 935-4075 fiberfrolic.com Maine Forest Products Council 535 Civic Center Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9288 maineforest.org


Maine Technology Users Group PO Box 8549 Portland, ME 04104 (207) 370-5327 mtug.org Maine Tourism Association 327 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04330 (207) 623-0363 mainetourism.com Manchester Lions Club PO Box 1 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-9508 manchesterme.lionwap.org

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Manufacturers Assoc. of Maine 101 McAlister Farm Road Portland, ME 04103-5915 (207) 854-2153 mainemfg.com

Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine 205 Church Hill Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-4589 sportsmansallianceofmaine.org

Lake & Denison, LLC P.O. Box 67 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-6953 lakedenison.com

Midcoast Lyme Disease Support and Education 4 Mills Road # 120 Newcastle, ME 04553 (207) 446-6447 mldse.org

The Maine Children’s Home for Little Wanderers 93 Silver Street Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 873-4253 mainechildrenshome.org

Law Office of Ronald Bourget 185 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3731 lawyersaugustamaine.com

MOFGA P.O. Box 170 Unity, ME 04988 (207) 568-4142 mofga.org

United Way of Kennebec Valley 121 Commercial Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3400 unitedwaykennebecvalley.org

Levey, Wagley, Putnam & Eccher, P.A. 161 Main Street Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-6966 leveyandwagley.com

Motivational Services Inc. 71 Hospital Street, Ste. 1 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3465 mocomaine.com

Waterville Creates! 10 Water Street, Suite 106 Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 616-0292 watervillecreates.org

Lipman & Katz, Attorneys at Law PO Box 1051 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 622-3711 lipmankatz.com

Pine Tree Council, Boy Scouts of America 146 Plains Road Raymond, ME 04071 (207) 797-5252 pinetreebsa.org Retail Association of Maine P.O. Box 5060 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-1149 retailmaine.org Rotary Club of Augusta PO Box 118 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 441-5722 augustarotaryonline.org Sexual Assault Crisis & Support Center PO Box 417 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-1010 sexualassaultcrisiscenter.org Spectrum Generations One Weston Court Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9212 spectrumgenerations.org

Attorneys & Legal Services Bernstein Shur, Counselors at Law P.O. Box 5057 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-1596 bernsteinshur.com Doyle & Nelson 150 Capitol Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6124 doylenelson.com Eaton Peabody Consulting Group 77 Sewall St. Suite 3000 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3747 eatonpeabody.com Ellis Law, LLC 227 Water Street STE 222 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 530-9026 ellislawmaine.com Kozak & Gayer, P.A. 160 Capitol Street, Suite 4 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-4390 kozakgayer.com


Maeghan Maloney District Attorney 95 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-1156 McKee Law 133 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 620-8294 mckeelawmaine.com Stevens + Day, LLP 82 Winthrop Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 430-3288 stevensdaylaw.com Verrill & Dana, LLP P.O. Box 5307- 45 Memorial Circle Augusta, ME 04332-5307 (207) 623-3889 verrilldana.com Automotive Car Wash Fast Eddies Car Wash 208 Western Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 213-6821

Automotive Repair Caron’s Collision Repair Center 258 Eastern Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4191 caronscollision.com Corvette Repairs of Maine 6 Waymouth Way Monmouth, ME 04259 (207) 333-7955 corvetterepairsofmaine.com Line-X of Augusta 509 Maine Avenue Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 582-0282 line-xofportlandme.com Moody’s Collision 38 Powhatten Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-0404 moodyscollision.com Sullivan Tire 300 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-1171 haleystire.com Automotive Sales and Repair Capitol Car Care 207 Capitol Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-1117 Charlie’s Honda 448 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207)622-4776 charlieshonda.com

Columbia Classic Cars 1235 U.S. Route 202 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-2076 columbiaclassiccars.com

Belgrade Boat Shop 769 Oakland Road Belgrade, ME 04917 (207) 485-6953 belgradeboatshop.com

Darling’s Chrysler, Dodge, Hyundai 439 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3846 darlingschryslerdodgeaugusta.com

Allen’s Transfer & Storage PO Box 19 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-3875 allenstransfer.com

LEE Credit Express 426 Western Ave. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9943 leeauto.com O’Connor Auto Park 199 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3191 oconnorgmc.com O’Connor Volkswagen 188 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6336 oconnorvw.com Paul Blouin Performance 513 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3500 paulblouinsuzuki.com Quirk Ford 7 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-5851 quirkauto.com

Charlie’s Motor Mall 465 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-7327 charliesmm.com

Boat Sales/Marine Services Belgrade Lakes Marine & Storage PO Box 90 Belgrade, ME 04917 (207) 495-2378 belgradelakesmarine.com

Charlie’s Toyota 451 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207)622-4748 charliestoyota.com

Clark Marine 57 Puddledock Rd. Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-7011 clarkmarine.biz


Business Services Beyond 10 Ready Point Road Wiscasset, ME 04578 (207) 844-1011 getbeyond.com Business Communications of Maine PMB #148, 126 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (800) 939-0439 bcmaine.com Infinite Signs 40 School Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 595-0750 infinitesigns.com Minuteman Signs Inc. 297 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 512-8617 minutemansigns.com Neokraft Signs, Inc. 686 Main Street Lewiston, ME 04240 (207) 782-9654 neokraft.com Paychex 126 Merrow Road Auburn, ME 04210 (207) 576-3364 paychex.com Staples 14 Crossing Way, Suite 3 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 629-9314 staples.com

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY The Wolfington Group 47 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207)622-1706 wolfingtongroup.com Cleaning Services Bouchard Cleaning & Restoration Inc. PO Box 2202 Bangor, ME 04402-2202 (207) 947-4454 bouchardcleaning.com Computer Support & Software Services A Partner in Technology 105 Dresden Ave. Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-0888 apitechnology.com A2Z Computing Services, Inc. 24 Center Street Oakland, ME 04963 (207) 465-8312 a2zcomputing.com Beneficial Technologies PO Box 355 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 215-9743 beneficialtechnologies.com Burgess Technology Services 6 Oak Grove Avenue Bath, ME 04530 (207) 443-9554 burgessinc.com CGI 173 Main Street, Third Floor Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 660-4444 CGI Business Solutions 383 Route One Suite 2A Scarborough, ME 04074 (207) 730-7222 cgibusinesssolutions.com

Gold Bridge Partners, Inc. PO Box 618 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-8200 gbpi.net

Gagne and Son 28 Old Route 27 Road Belgrade, ME 04917 (207) 495-3313 gagneandson.com

Maine Technology Group 120 Augusta Road Winslow, ME 04901 (207) 692-0955 mainetechgroup.com

Gagnon Home Improvements 135 Foye Road Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 621-0000 gagnonhomeimprovements.com

Construction Services Augusta Tool Rental 103 Leighton Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4259 B H Builders, Inc. 153 Smith Road Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 623-2093 bhbuilders.com Blane Casey Building Contractor, Inc. 757 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-5600 blanecasey.com Canty Construction 189 Indiana Road W. Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-1687 cantyconstructionllc.com Central Maine Drywall, Inc. 1036 Western Avenue Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-5994 centralmainedrywall.com Fowler’s Roofing & Construction PO Box 188 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-1917 fowlerroofing.com G & E Roofing Co., Inc. 669 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9503 geroofing.com


Ganneston Construction Corp. P.O. Box 27 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-8505 gannestonconstruction.com Hammond Lumber Co. P.O. Box 500 Belgrade, ME 04917 (207) 495-3303 hammondlumber.com Hutchings Electric 7 Pete-n-Repetes Way Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 485-2269 Ideal Electric 86 China Road Winslow, ME 04901 (207) 877-0628 idealelectricme.com J.F. Scott Construction 20 Royal Street Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-8699 jfscc.com Knowles Lumber Co. 1015 US Route 202 North Monmouth, ME 04265 (207) 933-4311 Knowles Mechanical, Inc. PO Box 114 South China, ME 04358 (207) 445-4092 knowlesmechanical.com

Lajoie Brothers, Inc. 3029 North Belfast Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-1764 lajoiebros.com

Oakes & Parkhurst Glass 140 Capitol Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3448 augustamaineglass.com

Lapointe Lumber Co., Inc. 2385 North Belfast Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-5025 lapointelumber.com

Peachey Builders P.O. Box 2508 Augusta, ME 04338-2508 (207) 622-7531 peacheybuilders.com

Maine Drilling & Blasting, Inc. P.O. Box 1140 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-2338 mdandb.com

Portland Glass 372 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3836 portlandglass.com

Malloy Construction, Inc. 1087 High Street W. Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-3213 malloyconstructioninc.com

Quirion Construction 712 West River Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-2785

McFarland Electric Inc. PO Box 236 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-7964 mcfarlandelectricinc.com Mid Maine Generator PO Box 147 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-3066 kaplanelectric.com MJB Tile and Contracting 44 Blaisdell Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 650-1565 Mo Dube Septic Inspection & Repair PO Box 184 China, ME 04358 (207) 313-0250 modubesepticinspections.com N.C. Hunt Lumber 200 South Clary Road Jefferson, Jefferson 04348 (207) 549-0922 nchuntlumber.com

Reay Excavation & Trucking P.O. Box 415 Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 685-9953 Rolfe’s Well Drilling 488 Northern Avenue Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 622-4018 rolfeswelldrilling.net S.J. Wood Construction Co. P.O. Box 272 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-8543 sjwood.net Sargent Corporation PO Box 435 Stillwater, ME 04489 (207) 827-4435 sargent-corp.com Sherwin-Williams 68 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6818 sherwin-williams.com


Consultants Black Diamond Consultants, Inc. PO Box 57 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-0056 BLCKdiamond.net Cushnoc Resiliency Advisors 2 Old Belgrade Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 518-8497 cushnocra.com Downes Associates 43 Goggins Point Road Palermo, ME 04354 (207) 480-0357 Fuller Ink 287 Case Road Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 446-6362 fullerink.com JPMA - Staff Development Solutions LLC PO Box 5260 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 621-8600 jpmaweb.com L Bouchard & Associates, LLC 53 Bouchard Lane Jefferson, ME 04348 (207) 563-1128 lbouchardllc.com Maine Matters Research and Consulting 16 Chapel Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 314-4692 www.mainematters.net PGT Public Affairs 313 Winthrop Road Readfield, Readfield 04355 (207) 242-0750 Solutions Advocacy Services, LLC 71 Davenport Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 441-4942 resolutionsmaine.com

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Sutherland Conservation & Consulting 295 Water Street, Suite 306 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 242-0618 sutherlandcc.net Custom Apparel D R Designs, Inc. 980 Western Avenue Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-3303 drdesignsonline.com Elliott Office Products 561 Main Ave Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 582-4625 eop-inc.com Dance Studios Dance Unlimited, LLC 145 Cony Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-0821 dance-u.com Kennebec Dance Centre 725 Civic Center Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 660-5168 kennebecdancecentre.com Maine-ly Gymnastics 994 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9584 maine-lygymnastics.com

Dentists & Orthodontists Augusta Orthodontics, P.A. 132 State St. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3550 doctorzee.com Bryant Dental Care 59 Davenport Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-1111 bryantdentalcare.com

Capitol Dental Care 278 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9215 capitoldentalme.com

Isamax Snacks 1 Commonwealth Avenue Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-0125 wickedwhoopies.com

Evergreen Dental 281 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0861 evergreendental.net

Macomber Transportation & Warehousing 181 Lewiston Road W. Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-6322

Facial + Oral Surgery Associates 5 Community Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-5814 facial-oralsurgery.com

N.R.F. Distributors, Inc. P.O. Box 2467 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4744 nrfdist.com

Gagnon Dental 14 Merrill Street Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 626-3091 gagnondental.com

Oakhurst Dairy 364 Forest Ave Portland, ME 04101 (800) 482-0718 oakhurstdairy.com

Kennebec Valley Family Dentistry 6 East Chestnut St Suite 420 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3400 kvfamilydentistry.com

PERFORMANCE Foodservice NorthCenter P.O.Box 2628 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-8451X301 northcenter.com

Distributors Coca Cola 316 Western Ave South Portland, ME 04106 (800) 310-1035 ccnne.com Dennis Paper & Food Service 101 Mecaw Road Hampden, ME 04444 (207) 356-3800 dennisexpress.com Everett J. Prescott, Inc. P.O. Box 600 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-1851 ejprescott.com Hershey’s Ice Cream 987 Riverside Dr. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3539 hersheysicecream.com


Pine State Beverage 100 Enterprise Ave Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 622-3741 pinestatetrading.com Valley Distributors PO Box 8 Oakland, ME 04963 (207) 465-2121 valley-dist.com Dry Cleaners Grondin’s Certified Cleaners 7 Chapel Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-9863 grondinscleaners.com

Education Capital Area Technical Center 40 Pierce Drive Suite 1 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2475 capitalarea.mainecte.org

University of Maine at Augusta 46 University Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-3000 uma.maine.edu

Jobs for Maine’s Graduates 65 Stone Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 620-7180 X209 jmg.org

Employment Services Augusta CareerCenter 109 State House Station Augusta, ME 04333 (207) 624-5120 mainecareercenter.com

Kennebec Valley Community College 92 Western Avenue Fairfield, ME 04937 (207) 453-5129 kvcc.me.edu

BONNEY Staffing Center 12 Shuman Avenue, Unit 9A Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-1100 bonneystaffing.com

Kents Hill School PO Box 257 Kents Hill, ME 04349 (207) 685-4914 kentshill.org Maranacook Schools 45 Millard Harrison Drive Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 685-3336 maranacook.org New England Music Camp 8 Goldenrod Lane Sidney, ME 04330 (207) 465-3025 nemusiccamp.com Purdue University Global 14 Marketplace Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 213-2500 augusta.kaplanuniversity.edu Maine Arts Academy 8 Goldenrod Lane Sidney, ME 04330 (207) 592-9421 maineartsacademy.org Thomas College 180 West River Road Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 859-1318 thomas.edu

Capital Area Staffing Solutions, Inc. 2386 North Belfast Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 620-7823 capitalareastaffing.com Fedcap 442 Civic Center Drive, Ste. 300 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 295-5522 fedcap.org Maine Job Trust PO Box 334 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 620-4190 Maine Staffing Group 219 Cony Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-5352 mainestaff.com Manpower 5 Community Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-1535 us.manpower.com Tri-State Staffing, Inc. PO Box 2182 Augusta, ME 04338 (207) 622-0470 tristatestaffing.com


Engineers/Surveyors E.S. Coffin Engineering & Surveying, LLC P.O. Box 4687 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-9475 coffineng.com Kleinfelder 151 Capitol Street, 2nd Floor Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-0648 kleinfelder.com Riley Engineering PO Box 220 Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 685-4333 Thayer Engineering Co., Inc. 17 Hasson Street Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 582-7762 thayereng.com TRC Engineers LLC 14 Gabriel Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-7080 eproconsulting.com Entrepreneur Roger Pomerleau Entrepreneur 223 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-4744 club223maine.com Event Services AAA Portable Toilets 24 Quaker Hill Road Albion, ME 04910 (207) 437-9345 aaaportabletoilets.com Are You Ready To Party?? 4 Sanger Avenue Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 873-4944 areyoureadytoparty.net

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Augusta Armory Rental Program 33 State House Station, Camp Keyes Augusta, ME 04333 (207) 430-2105 me.ngb.army.mil/rentals/events.php Augusta Civic Center 76 Community Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2405 augustaciviccenter.org Blue Moon Carriage Rides PO Box 62 Albion, ME 04910 (207) 592-5172 Drive Maine 105 Costello Road Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 860-9019 www.experiencedrivemaine.com Governor Hill Mansion 136 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 629-4052 governorhillmansion.com Headlight Audio Visual, Inc. 74 Evergreen Drive Portland, ME 04103 (207) 775-1671 headlightav.com Lilac Mixology & Catering 8 Green Street, STE 1 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 217-9879 bit.do/cafe130catering.com Lisa’s White Flour Catering 205 Church Hill Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-8755 whiteflourcatering.com Maple Hill Farm Inn & Conference Center 11 Inn Road Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-2708 maplebb.com

Markham Tent Rentals 45 Primrose Lane West Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 724-3163 Shindigs 453 Wilson Street Brewer, ME 04412 (207) 949-5450 vacationlandinns.com Steven Dumas Catering 34 Juniper Ln. Whitefield, ME 04353 (207) 458-6179 The Barn at Silver Oaks Estate 155 Old Kents Hill Road Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 685-1119 thebarnatsilveroaksestate.com White Cat Events LLC 145 Highland Avenue Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 620-4433 whitecatevents.com Financial Advisors Choice Investments 325D Kennedy Memorial Drive Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 873-0996 choiceinvestments.biz Cribstone Capital Management 7 North Chestnut Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9009 cribstonecapital.com Edward Jones- Barter Lucas 179 Mt. Vernon Ave., Ste. 5 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0991 edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index. html&CIRN=519199 Edward Jones- Farago 378 Western Ave. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 480-1316 edwardjones.com/david-farago


Golden Pond Wealth Management Inc. 129 Silver Street Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 873-2200 goldenpondwealth.com Gosline Retirement Planning 10 Old Brunswick Road Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 622-4494 gosline-murchie.com J.M. Arbour Wealth Management 77 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 431-3376 fiwealth.com Kennebec Wealth Management PO Box 50 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 660-4100 kennebecwealth.com Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. P.O. Box 2586 Augusta, ME 04338 (207) 621-2626 raymondjames.com Sarah J. Dunckel & Associates 168 Capitol Street, Suite 2 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 213-6007 ameripriseadvisors.com/ sarah.j.dunckel Financial Institutions Bangor Savings Bank 5 Senator Way Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 620-9300 bangor.com Bar Harbor Bank & Trust 368 Route 3 S. China, ME 04358 (207) 445-4865 barharbor.bank

Camden National Bank PO Box 310 Camden, ME 04843 (207) 230-2164 camdennational.com

Maine Municipal Bond Bank P.O.Box 2268 Augusta, ME 04338-2268 (207) 622-9386 mainebondbank.com

GEvolution Fitness, LLC 16 Edison Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 213-4815 gevolutionpt.com

Capital Area Federal Credit Union PO Box 2626 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3442 capitalareafcu.org

Maine State Credit Union P.O. Box 5659 Augusta, ME 04332-5659 (207) 623-1851 msecu.org

GoZone Fitness 46 Bangor Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 576-5622 gozonefit.com

Connected Credit Union P.O. Box 1096 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-3857 maine-edcu.org

New Dimensions FCU 72 Cony Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 430-0779 newdimensionsfcu.com

Kennebec Valley Y.M.C.A. 31 Union Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9622 kvymca.org

cPort Credit Union 399 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-1001 cportcu.org

Northeast Bank, FSB 235 Western Ave. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-0603 northeastbank.com

Maine Isshinryu Karate Academies PO Box 674 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-7373 pushardskarate.com

FAME PO Box 949 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3263 famemaine.com

Skowhegan Savings Bank 450 Civic Center Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 474-9511 skowsavings.com

Gardiner Federal Credit Union 420 Brunswick Avenue Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-2676 gardinerfcu.org

TD Bank 101 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-1790 tdbank.com

Kennebec Savings Bank P.O. Box 50 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 622-5801 kennebecsavings.com

Winthrop Area Federal Credit Union PO Box 55 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-2124 winthropcreditunion.org

KeyBank, N.A. 286 Water St. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-5604 key.com KV Federal Credit Union 316 West River Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-5171 kvfcu.org

Fitness & Health CrossFit Undaunted 79 Leighton Rd, Unit #4 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 213-6149 crossfitundaunted.com Downtown Yoga & Healing Arts 283 Water Street, Box 101 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 500-3340 downtownyogame.com


Florists & Garden Centers Augusta Florist 118 Mt. Vernon Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2808 augustaflorist.me Edible Arrangements 152 Western Avenue, Suite 6 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 433-0035 edible.com Hopkins Flowers + Gifts PO Box 610 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-5844 hopkinsflowers.com Longfellow’s Greenhouses 81 Puddledock Road Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-5965 longfellowsgreenhouses.com

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Fuel Delivery AFC 4 Northern Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3851 augustafuel.com AmeriGas Propane 45 Riverside St Lewiston, ME 04240 (207) 786-0671 ww.amerigas.com Augusta Natural Gas P.O. Box 5281 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 724-8034 augustanaturalgas.com Dead River Company 21 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-6301 deadriver.com Downeast Energy 283 Whitten Road Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-7521 downeastenergy.com Fielding’s Oil and Propane Co. PO Box 364 Scarborough, ME 04070-0364 (207) 623-3322 fieldingsoil.com J & S Oil Co., Inc. P.O. Box 8 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-1609 jsoil.com Maine Natural Gas Corporation PO Box 99 Brunswick, ME 04011 (207) 729-0420 mainenaturalgas.com Maritime Energy PO Box 485 Rockland, ME 04841 (207) 594-4487 maritimeenergy.com

Summit Natural Gas of Maine, Inc. 442 Civic Center Drive, Ste. 100 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-8000 summitmaine.com Funeral Services Funeral Alternatives 198 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-8100 funeralalternatives.net Knowlton Hewins Roberts Funeral Homes and Cremation Service 1 Church Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-8722 khrfuneralhomes.com Plummer Funeral Home 16 Pleasant St. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9311 plummerfh.com Staples Funeral Service P.O. Box 598 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-3102 staplesfuneral.com Government City of Augusta 16 Cony St. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2300 augustamaine.gov City of Gardiner 6 Church Street Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-4200 gardinermaine.com Maine Department of Economic & Community Development 59 State House Station Augusta, ME 04333-0059 (207) 624-9819


Maine Information Network 45 Commerce Drive, Ste. 10 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-2600 informe.org Maine Turnpike Authority 2360 Congress Street Portland, ME 04102 (207) 871-7714 maineturnpike.com Town of Winthrop 17 Highland Avenue Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-7200 winthropmaine.org U.S. Small Business Administration 68 Sewall Street, Room 512 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-8555 sba.gov/me Government Affairs Capitol Insights 45 Melville Street PO Box 615 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-3800 capitolinsights.com Courtney Policy Group 1298 Main Street Sanford, ME 04073 (207) 651-1947 courtneypolicygroup.com Mitchell Tardy Government Affairs 104 Sewall Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-1365 mitchelltardy.com Serra Public Affairs 227 Water Street STE 208 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 458-0148 serrapublicaffairs.com Walton External Affairs PO Box 5053 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 557-3049 waltonexternalaffairs.com

Ground Transportation Concord Coach Lines 9 Industrial Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0808 concordtrailways.com Hair Care/Salons/ Spas/Skincare Aveda Institute Maine 43 Bridge Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-9941 capilo.com Kennebec Valley Wellness Spa, LLC 21 University Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 592-4787 wellnessspamaine.com Maine Laser Skin Care and Medi Spa 12 Shuman Avenue, Suite #7 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 873-2158 mainelaserskincare.com Mary Kay 430 Lakeview Drive S. China, SME 04358 (207) 445-2310 Zardus Art of Massage 1 Lincoln Avenue Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 446-7470 zardusartofmassage.com Healthcare Services Aging Excellence 12 Shuman Ave Unit 3 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 512-8894 seniorsonthego.com Androscoggin Home Healthcare & Hospice 15 Stawberry Ave Lewiston, ME 04240 (207) 777-7740 androscoggin.org

Atlee Gleaton Eye Care 227 Eastern Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3185 atleegleatoneyecare.com

First MRI PO Box 1188 Bangor ME, 04401 (207) 945-4680 www.firstmribangor.com

Balsam House 256 Gorden Road Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 685-3286 balsamhousemaine.com

Gardiner Family Chiropractic 90 Main Av Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-2222 gardinerfamilychiropractic.com

C.A.R.E.S., Inc. 134 Main Street #2C Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-7056 caresinc.org

Gateway Retirement Solutions 6 East Chestnut Street, Ste. 204 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 221-6229 gatewayretiremenetsolutions.com

Capitol Clubhouse 37 Stone Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3455 capitol-clubhouse.org

Granite Hill Estates 60 Balsam Drive Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 626-7786 granitehillestates.com

Care & Comfort 180 Main Street Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 872-5300 careandcomfort.com

Groups Recover Together 24 Stone Street, Suite 101 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 613-0983 joingroups.com

Crisis & Counseling Centers, Inc. PO Box 558 Augusta, ME 04332-0558 (207) 626-3448 crisisandcounseling.org

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care One Market Street, 3rd Floor Portland, ME 04101 (207) 756-6304 harvardpilgrim.org

Delta Ambulance 10 Cony Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-4900 deltaambulance.org

Highbrow 767 Western Ave Manchester, ME 04351 (774) 444-0440

Earthly Delights 693 Western Avenue Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 626-5900

Home Care for Maine 347 Maine Avenue Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 582-8001 homecareforme.org

Eyemart Express 254 Western Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 307-2780 www.eyemartexress.com

Kennebec Behavioral Health 66 Stone St. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3455 kbhmaine.org


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Kennebec Pharmacy & Home Care 11 Medical Center Parkway Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2726 kpprx.com

Smart EyeCare Center 255 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-5800 smarteyecare.com

Brennan Partners, Inc. 168 B Main Street Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 395-5247 brennanpartnersinc.com

Kennebec Physical Therapy 14 Second Street Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 582-9898 kennebecpt.com

Southiere Chiropractic Associates 46 Bangor Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0131 southierechiropractic.com

CBU Benefits, LLC 77 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 620-7595 cbubenefits.com

MaineGeneral Community Care 35 Medical Center Parkway - 3rd Level Augusta, ME 04330 (800) 427-1127 mainegeneral.org

Spectrum Medical Group 324 Gannett Drive, Suite 200 South Portland, ME 04106 (207) 482-7800 spectrummedicalgroup.com

Cornerstone Insurance Agency, Inc. PO Box 277 Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 872-6529 gosline-murchie.com

MaineGeneral Health 35 Medical Center Parkway Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-1000 mainegeneral.org

The Gardiner Center for Stress Management 103 Brunswick Avenue Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 242-6271 thegardinercenter.com

Cross Insurance 116 Community Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-4791 crossagency.com

Marie Spaulding- Illuminent CBD 27 Goodhue Road Sidney, ME 04330 (207) 512-6511 mariespauldingart.com

Wellness Connection of Maine 31 Maine Avenue Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 242-1422 mainewellness.org

Nadeau Chiropractic 3 Health Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-0720 nadeauchiropractic.com

Woodlands Senior Living 152 Winthrop Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 623-3396 woodlandsalf.com

Northern New England Diagnostics 29 Bowdoin Street Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 213-4326 nnediagnostics.com Patient 360 29 Bowdoin Street Manchester, ME 04351 (800) 537-4473 patient360.com Riverview Psychiatric Center 11 State House Station Augusta, ME 04333-0011 (207) 624-4600 maine.gov/dhhs/riverview

Insurance Acadia Benefits 111 Commercial Street, 5th Floor Portland, ME 04101 (207) 761-2426 acadiabenefits.com All State Insurance 303 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-0001 https://agents.allstate.com/peterdeschamp-augusta-me.html Anthem BlueCross BlueShield 2 Gannett Drive S. Portland, ME 04106 (207) 822-7180 anthem.com


Dennis Keller State Farm Insurance 38 Bangor Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3344 denniskeller.com Erickson Bonding & Insurance Associates, Inc. 114 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 620-7108 gosline-murchie.com Foster Insurance Agency 659 Church Hill Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4646 farmfamily.com GHM Insurance Agency P.O. Box 649 Waterville, ME 04903 (207) 873-5101 ghmagency.com] Gosline Insurance Group 10 Old Brunswick Road Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-4121 gosline-murchie.com

HUB International New England Norton Insurance PO Box 57 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-2239

The Allumbaugh Agency 6 East Chestnut Street, Ste. 520 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-1110 nwbgroup.com

Kristie Rowell Insurance Agency 164 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-8921 gosline-murchie.com/kristie_ rowell.php

The Kyes Agency PO Box 311 Farmington, ME 04938 (800) 287-5557 kyesinsurance.com

Liberty Mutual Company 45 Memorial Circle, Ste 100 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0518 libertymutual.com Macomber, Farr & Whitten P.O. Box 2269 Augusta, ME 04338 (207) 623-4575 maineinsure.com

United Insurance 2351 N. Belfast Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 620-3600 uig-me.com Wayne Ladner Maine Insurance 9 Shelter Drive Richmond, ME 04357 (207) 737-4995 WayneLadnerMaineInsurance.com

Matt Maloney State Farm Insurance 37 Sewall Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4414

Landscaping D.R. Struck Landscape Nursery 2215 US Route 202 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 395-4112

Pinkham Insurance Agency 8 Almar Street Farmingdale, ME 04344 (207) 626-5810 pinkhaminsurance.com

Vannah Yard Care 1658 North Belfast Ave Vassalboro, ME 04989 (207) 445-5659

Quirion Insurance Agency 114 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6784 gosline-murchie.com Readfield Insurance Agency, LLC PO Box 660 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 620-7276 gosline-murchie.com Richmond Insurance Agency P.O. Box 70 Richmond, ME 04357 (207) 737-4321 richmond-insurance.com

Lodging Axell’s Scandinavian Inn 803 Western Avenue Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 623-4583 axells.net Best Western Plus Civic Center Inn 110 Community Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4751 augustaciviccenterinn.com Comfort Inn - Civic Center 281 Civic Center Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-1000 comfortinn.com/hotel/me017


Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott 14 Anthony Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-2200 marriott.com/hotels/travel/augfifairfield-inn-and-suites-augusta Fairway Motor Lodge 803 Western Ave. Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 623-3902 mgstotaldesign.com Hampton Inn 388 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4077 hamptoninn.com Homewood Suites by Hilton Augusta 377 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (603) 373-1122 homewoodsuites3.hilton.com Point Lookout Resort & Conference Center 67 Atlantic Highway Northport, ME 04849 (207) 789-2000 visitpointlookout.com Quality Inn & Suites Maine Evergreen Hotel 65 Whitten Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3776 AugustaQualityInn.com Samoset Resort 220 Warrenton Street Rockport, ME 04856 (207) 594-2511 samosetresort.com Senator Inn & Spa 284 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-5804 senatorinn.com Super 8 Motel 395 Western Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2888 super8.com

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY The Charles Inn 20 Broad St Bangor, ME 04401 (207) 992-2820 Thecharlesinn.com Vacationland Inn 453 Wilson St Brewer, ME 04412 (207) 989-5450 vacationlandinn.com Manufacturers & Processing Alternative Manufacturing Inc. 30 B Summer Street Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-9377x221 amiems.com Bolduc Technology Group 26 Gabriel Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 512-8009 aevit.com Cives Steel Co. P.O. Box 1077 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 622-6141 cives.com J/R Metal Frames PO Box 503 Belgrade, ME 04917 (207) 465-9066 jrmetalframes.com Kennebec Technologies, Inc. 150 Churchill Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-0188 kennebec.com Kenway Composites 681 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6229 kenway.com Marketing and Design Bourdon & Company 121 Holman Day Road Vassalboro, ME 04989 (207) 446-8987 bourdonandco.com

communicado! PO Box 336 Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 485-1458 Dimensions Web Design 16 Country Club Road Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 620-4015 dimensionswebdesign.com Fieldstone Media 50 Dry Point Drive Rome, ME 04963 (207) 649-8990 fieldstonemedia.com Hero Media Arts 134 Main Street, Thrid Floor Winthrop, ME 04284 (207) 480-3486 heromediaarts.com Nancy Marshall Communications, Inc. 151 Capitol Street, Suite 1 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-4177 marshallpr.com

Museums/Arts & Culture Art Party Maine 4024 Mayflower Hill Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 213-0159 staceyriceart.com Augusta Colonial Theatre, Inc. PO Box 2103 Augusta, ME 04338-2103 (207) 660-4100 augustacolonialtheater.org Augusta Symphony Orchestra PO Box 5694 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 593-6968 augustasymphonymaine.org Barn Owl Design P.O. Box 73 East Winthrop, ME 04343 (207) 485-8841 Children’s Discovery Museum 171 Capitol Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-2209 childrensdiscoverymuseum.org

Premier Marketing Group PO Box 540 Manchester, ME 04351-0540 (207) 622-6767 pmginc.biz

Helene Farrar Art 903 Western Ave Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 485-5691 helenfarrar.com

Target Marketing Maine 120 Tillson Avenue Suite 205 Rockland, ME 04841 (207) 596-6203 targetmaine.com

Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine 46 University Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-3530 hhrcmaine.org

The Advertising Specialists of Maine Inc. 80 Banair Road Bangor, ME 04401 (207) 990-6022 tasom.com TOCmedia PO Box 8152 Winslow, ME 04901 (207) 512-0532 toc-media.com


Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center P.O. Box 777 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-7144 johnsonhall.org Kennebec Performing Arts Co. 1 Smith Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 370-5381 kpacaso.org

Maine State Museum State House Station #83 Augusta, ME 04333 (207) 287-2301 mainestatemuseum.org

Bread of Life Ministries 157 Water Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3434 mainebreadoflife.net

The Gannett House Project 184 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 557-2290 gannetthouseproject.org

Children’s Center: Early Intervention and Family Support 1 Alden Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3497 childrenscenteraugusta.com

The Harlow 100 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-3813 harlowgallery.org Helene Farrar Art 903 Western Ave Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 485-5691 www.helenfarrar.com Theater At Monmouth P.O. Box 385 Monmouth, ME 04259 (207) 933-2952 theateratmonmouth.org Non-Profit American Red Cross 16 Community Way Topsham, ME 04086 (207) 999-1000 redcross.org Kennebec Valley Organization 227 Water Street, Suite 220 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 557-4234 kennebecvalleyorg.com Teen Challenge Maine 11 Hudson Lane Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 510-1013 teenchallengenewengland.com Augusta Food Bank 9 Summer Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-5225 augustafoodbank.org

Free ME From Lung Cancer 176 Leavitt Road Augusta , ME 04330 (207) 622-6155 freemefromlungcancer.org Friends of Lithgow Library, Inc. PO Box 2456 Augusta, ME 04338-2456 (207) 622-4766 lithgow.lib.me.us Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed PO Box 5003 Augusta, ME 04332-5003 (207) 621-4100 watershedfriends.com Housing Initiatives of New England 36 Union Wharf Ste 4 Portland, ME 04101 (207) 774-8812 innatcityhall.com SCORE 68 Sewall Street, Room 512 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-8509 score.org Storm Warriors International 89 Elm Street, Suite 202 Camden, ME 04843 (207) 230-8203 stormwarriors.org Travis Mills Foundation 89 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 512-4212 travismills.org


Office Equipment & Supplies A-COPI PO Box 2240 Augusta, ME 04338 (207) 623-2674 a-copi.com KYOCERA Document Solutions New England 418 Western Ave. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-7157 portlandcomputercopy.com Transco Business Technologies 34 Leighton Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6251 transcobusiness.com Pest Control Bug Busterzzz Pest Control 363 Pleasant View Ridge Road China, ME 04358 (207) 649-1596 bugbusterzzz.com Certified Pest Management 11 Townhouse Road Chelsea, ME 04330 (207) 613-1914 certifiedpestmanagementsolution. com Modern Pest Services 44 Industrial Dr Augusta, ME 04330 800-232-PEST Modernpest.com Photography Leah Haraden Photography 43 Densmore Lane Dresden, ME 04342 (207) 446-4911 leahharadenphotography.com Mark & Deanna Photography 43 Hedgenettle Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 242-7309

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Rene Roy Photography Inc. 88 Matthew Lane West Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 838-6420 reneroyphoto.com Printers and Publishers Albison’s Printing 124 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-1941 albisonsprinting.com Capital Printing 20 Glen Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 441-1062 Colorgraphics 75 Drummond Road Sidney, ME 04330 (207) 547-3095 colorgraphics.me Discover Maine Magazine 10 Exchange Street, Suite 208 Portland, ME 04101 (207) 874-7720 discovermainemagazine.com Down East Magazine, Books & Online PO Box 679 Camden, ME 04843 (207) 594-9544 downeast.com Hallowell Printing Co. P.O. Box 227 Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 623-1161 hallowellprinting.com J.S. McCarthy Printers 15 Darin Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6241 jsmccarthy.com Kennebec Journal 36 Anthony Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3811 kjonline.com

Penmor Lithographers 8 Lexington Street Lewiston, ME 04240 (207) 784-1341 penmor.com

Gary Crocker Maine Humorist 12 Manning Drive West Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 462-3774 garycrocker.com

The Copy Center PO Box 17 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 623-1452 thecopycenterplus.com

James D. Julia, Auctioneers 203 Skowhegan Road Fairfield, Fairfield 04937 (207) 453-7125 juliaauctions.com

The Maine Sportsman Magazine 183 State Street, Ste. 101 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4242 mainesportsman.com

LaRochelle Interior Design 11 Oak Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 215-7872 larochelleinteriors.com

Turner Publishing 5 Fern Street Turner, ME 04282 (207) 225-2076 turnerpublishing.com

LaRochelle Painting Company 26 Patrick Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0153 larochellepaintingcompany.com

Uncle Henry’s 525 Eastern Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-1411 unclehenrys.com

Living Innovations 1 Weston Court, Suite G1 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4350 livinginnovations.com

What About Maine PO Box 334 Winthrop, ME 04284 (207) 620-4190 whataboutmaine.com

Living Space Consultants 5 S. Belfast Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 242-4077 livingspacesmaine.com

Professional Services CurtisEase Coaching 88 Albee Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 242-6738 curtisease.com curtisWorks Communications Solutions 88 Albee Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-8146 curtisworks.com EZToUse.com 93 Main Street, Ste. 1 Fairfield, ME 04937 (207) 238-6265 eztouse.com/maine


Maine UAV 61 Cottle Hill Road Mt. Vernon, ME 04352 (207) 242-4537 MaineUAV.com Management Plus, Inc. PO Box 4666 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-6430 Merrill’s Detector Dogs PO Box 38 Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 685-7309 merrillsk9.com

Mj Investigations, LLC P.O. Box 524 Belgrade, ME 04917 (207) 495-3750 mji.expert

The Study Hall 19 Brann Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 485-0013 thestudyhall.com/wp/

Pat Jackson, Inc. PO Box 691 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-3223 patjacksonseptic.com

Todd Mosher Executive & Life Coach 141 Grant Road Monmouth, ME 04259 (207) 446-3191 toddmosher.com

Pinnacle Tree 47 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 462-2222 pinnacletreearborist.com Salvation Army P.O. Box 109 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-3752 salvationarmyusa.org Snow Pond Technology Group Inc. 325 Main Street, Ste. 116 Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 692-2415 snowpondtech.com Tallwood Design 18 Tallwood Drive Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 685-9994 tallwoodinteriors.com Tamara Lilly VO PO Box 222 Woolwich, ME 04579 (207) 837-5743 tamaralilly.com The Breathable Home 106 Green Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 446-0943 thebreathablehome.com The Other Maine 453 Wilson St Brewer, ME 04412 (207) 989-5450 X308 theothermaine.net

Radio and Television Blueberry Broadcasting 125 Community Drive, Ste. 201 Augusta, ME 04330 Community Productions LLC 263 Main Street Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 458-9458 cwhatson.com Mix Maine Media 12 Shuman Avenue, Suite #11 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 660-4888 mixmainemarketing.com WABI-TV 93 Main Street #104 Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 872-0180 wabi.tv WMME/WEBB/KOOL AM 56 Western Avenue, Suite 1 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 623-4735 92moose.fm B98.5.fm 1400and1490.com Real Estate Bay Area Title Services 1 Higgins Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 775-5900 bayareatitle.com


Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate The Masiello Group 10 Mulliken Court Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-4182 masiello.com Blais Property Management PO Box 557 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3556 blaispm.com Brookewood Realty 747 Western Avenue Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 620-8212 brookewoodrealty.com C & C Realty Management, LLC PO Box 2506 Augusta, ME 04338-2506 (207) 621-7700 ccrealtymanagement.com C. B. Mattson, Inc. PO Box 10 Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-1888 cbmattson.com CB Richard Ellis/ The Boulos Company One Canal Plaza, 5th Floor Portland, ME 04101 (207) 553-1706 boulos.com Century 21 Venture Ltd. 1 Orchard Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6221 c21venture.com Chris Vallee Real Estate 89 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-2220 valleerealestate.com

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Coldwell Banker Rizzo Mattson Realtors 219 Capitol Street, Suite 1 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-9000 rizzomattson.com Coldwell Banker Thomas Agency 75 Main Street Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-2121 coldwellbankerthomas.com Embrace Home Loans 143 Water Street, Unit 2 Hallowell, ME 04347 (800) 333-3004 X3743 embracehomeloans.com/michaelbechard FirstPark P.O. Box 246 Oakland, ME 04963 (207) 859-9716 firstpark.com

Lakepoint Real Estate PO Box 221 Belgrade Lakes, ME 04918 (207) 495-3700 belgradelakepoint.com

Steward and Company PO Box 339 Belgrade Lakes, ME 04918 (207) 592-5990 stewardandcompany.com

Lawson Property Services, Inc. 134 Main Street, Suite 2A Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-8977 lawsonps.com

Strategic Real Estate Services 335 Water Street Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 588-7194 jimrideout.com

Magnusson Balfour Commercial & Business Brokers 78 Mattson Heights Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 242-5588 balfourcommercial.com

Value Housing 12 Hope Way Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 415-7264

Meadow Park Development Corp. P.O.Box 737 Augusta, ME 04332 (207) 622-9399 meadowparkapartments.com

Fortin & MacDonald Real Estate 93 2nd Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 621-0092 fortinmacdonald.com

Newcomer Relocation Rental Services P.O. Box 411 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-4312 newcomerrelocation.com

Homestead Realty 3 Charles Street Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-7300 homesteadrealtymaine.com

Pouliot Real Estate, Inc. 227 Water Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 441-9418 mattpouliot.com

Jim Pepin Homes, LLC 10 Joseph Drive Sidney, ME 04330 (207) 754-1712

Premier Property Management 105 2nd St Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 621-6701 mainepremierpm.com

Laflin & Wolfington Realty 282 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 629-9211 laflinwolfingtonrealty.com Lagace Properties 128 State St. Suite 202 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-7332 lagaceproperties.com

Rejean Blais Apartment Rentals 196 Leighton Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-9164 Sprague & Curtis Real Estate 75 Western Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-1123 spragueandcurtis.com


Vickerson Appraisal Services 29 Flaherty Rd. Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-6672 Vickery-Downing Associates PO Box 1299 Yarmouth, ME 04096 (207) 846-4300 Recreation & Amusement A-COPI Tennis and Sports Center 23 Leighton Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 213-6286 kvtatennis.org Augusta Country Club PO Box 239 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 623-3021 augustacountryclub.org Augusta Trails PO Box 817 Augusta, ME 04332-0817 (207) 621-4390 augustatrails.org Blistered Fingers Bluegrass Festival 263 Trafton Road Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 873-6539 blisteredfingers.com

Camden National Bank Ice Vault P.O. Box 216 Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-6354 maineicevault.com Cellardoor Winery 367 Youngtown Road Lincolnville, ME 04849 (207) 691-3312 www.mainewine.com Central Maine Pyrotechnics PO Box 322 Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 623-9285 centralmainepyrotechnics.com Friends of Kennebec River Rail Trail PO Box 2195 Augusta, ME 04338-2195 krrt.org G-Force Adventures 233 Sweden Street Caribou, ME 04736 (207) 554-9998 gforceadventures.co Mill Park Petanque 30 Glen Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3389 millparkpetanque.org

Natanis Golf Club 735 Webber Pond Road Vassalboro, ME 04989 (207) 622-3561 natanisgc.com North Country Rivers Whitewater Rafting PO Box 633 Bingham, ME 04920 (207) 672-4814 northcountryrivers.com Sparetime Recreation P.O. Box 426 Hallowell, ME 04336 (207) 623-6000 drewrecreationgroup.com

Sugarloaf Resort and Conference Center 5092 Access Road Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947 (207) 237-6819 sugarloaf.com The Meadows Golf Club & Doolin’s Pub 495 Huntington Hill Road Litchfield, ME 04350 (207) 268-3000 themeadowsgolfclub.com Viles Arboretum 153 Hospital Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-7989 vilesarboretum.org Windsor Fair 659 Churchill Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4646 windsorfair.com Restaurant Aunt Gin’s 48 Augusta Road Whitefield, ME 04353 (207) 549-4600 auntgins.com China Dine-ah 281 Lakeview Drive South China, ME 04358 (207) 445-5700 chinadine-ah.com College Carry-Out 126 Mt. Vernon Ave. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-2080 collegecarryout.biz Cushnoc Brewing 243 Water Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 213-6332 cushnocbrewing.com Dairy Queen 126 Western Ave., Box 248 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-8658 dairyqueen.com


Damon’s Pizza & Italians 244 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0551 damonspizzaanditalians.com Downtown Diner 204 Water Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-9656 Ground Round Sports Grille P.O. Box 426 Hallowell, ME 04336 (207) 623-0022 groundround.com Joyce’s In Hallowell 192 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 512-8433 joycesinhallowell.com Lisa’s Restaurant 15 Bangor Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-0599 lisasrestaurantandcatering.com Margaritas 390 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-7874 margs.com McDonald’s East Side 85 Bangor Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 872-6260 mcdonalds.com Otto’s on the River 278 Water Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 542-9036 ottosontheriver.com Pizza Hut 215 Western Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4095 pizzahut.com

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Quarry Tap Room 120-122 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 213-6173 Quarrytaproom.com

Aquatic Technology Inc. 37 Gabriel Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 877-7900 poolweb.com

Fieldstone Quick Stop, LLC 190 Route 3 So. China, ME 04358 (207) 649-8990 fieldstonequickstop.com

Rebecca’s Place 434 Eastern Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-8142 rmcmaine.com

Budget Blinds 493 Litchfield Road Bowdoin, ME 04287 (207) 621-8200 budgetblinds.com/AugustaME/

Gardiner Food Co-op & Café 269 Water Street Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 485-0175 gardinerfood.coop

Red Barn 455 Riverside Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-9485 redbarnme.com

C. Caprara Food Service Equipment P.O. Box 140 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 395-2405 caprara.com

Goggin’s IGA 268 Water Street Randolph, ME 04346 (207) 582-3453 gogginsiga.com

Riverfront Barbeque & Grille, LLC 300 Water Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-8899 mainebbq.com

Damon’s Beverage Mart - Augusta 75 Bangor Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-9864

Harvest Time Natural Foods 171 Capitol Street, Suite 1 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-8700

Dave’s Appliance, Inc. PO Box 351 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-8858 davesappliancewin.com

Lamey Wellehan 144 Western Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0871 lwshoes.com

The Black + Tan PO Box 101 Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 213-6218

Day’s Jewelers 4 Stephen King Drive, Suite 2 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 579-0499 daysjewelers.com

Levesque Spas Inc. 60 Benton Plaza Benton, ME 04901 (207) 453-6875 levesquespas.com

Two Gramps Brewing 266 Water Street Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 592-0776 twogrampsbrewing.com

Day’s Store PO Box 277 Belgrade Lakes, ME 04918 (207) 495-2205 go2days.com

Lighthouse Wine and Seafood PO Box 128 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 622-1221 lighthousewineandseafood.com

Wendy’s 36 Anthony Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3219 wendys.com

Dreams Bridal Boutique & Tuxedo Center 33 Stephen King Drive Suite 2 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 480-1446 dreamsbridalme.com

Lowe’s Home Improvement 53 Crossing Way Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 620-5027 lowes.com

Sam’s Italian Foods 268 Main Street Lewiston, ME 04240 (207) 782-2550 samsitalian.com

Retail & Wholesale Aerus 198 Western Ave., Suite 9 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0125 aerushome.com

Emery’s Meat & Produce 35 Bridge Street Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 621-6328 emerysmeat.com


Mattson’s Flooring Center 276 Whitten Road Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 620-8888 mattsonsflooring.com

Northern Mattress & Furniture 1st PO Box 88 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-9650 northernmattressandfurniture.com Patricia Buck Bridal 275 Water Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6224 patriciabuck.biz Pine Tree Fence & Stove Shoppe PO Box 335 Litchfield, ME 04350 (207) 588-0600 ptfence.com Rocky’s Stove Shoppe LLC 14 Brick and Mortar Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3410 rockysstoveshoppe.com Saltbox Primitives 700 River Road Chelsea, ME 04330 (207) 623-4711 saltboxprimitivesmaine.com Sam’s Club 45 Marketplace Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-2757 samsclub.org Shop From Home Flooring 133 Mt. Vernon Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3100 shopfromhomeflooring.com Sobo-Tech Fitness Inc. PO Box 465 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 547-6002 sobo-tech.com Stained Glass Express 966 Western Avenue Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 213-4126 stainedglassexpress.com

Steve’s Appliance Service & Sales, Inc. 6 Pond Road Sidney, ME 04330 (207) 547-3294 StevesApplianceME.com Stoney Creek Antiques, LLC 881 Civic Center Drive Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-9330 stoneycreekantiquesmaine.com The Home Depot 26 Stephen King Dr. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 621-6888 homedepot.com Wag Rags PO Box 203 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 313-0959 wag-rags.com

Security Services Burts Security Center, Inc. 49 Water Street Hallowell, ME 04347 (207) 622-9657 burtsinc.com Intelligence Security International 99 Grant Road Litchfield, ME 04350 (781) 315-1405 isi-1.com

Shopping Centers Augusta Crossing 75 Park Plaza Boston, MA 02116 (617) 965-8700 Marketplace at Augusta 33 Boylston Street, Suite 3000 Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 (617) 232-8900 augustamarketplace.com Winthrop Commerce Center, LLC P.O. Box 333 Winthrop, ME 04364 (207) 377-2277 winthropmainecommercecentermill. com

Towing Services KDT Towing 628 Leighton Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-4800 Statewide Towing, Inc. 173 River Road Chelsea, ME 04330 (207) 623-0494 statewidetowinginc.com

Travel Agencies AAA Travel and Insurance Agency 20 Whitten Rd, Suite 11 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-2221 aaanne.com

Merrill’s Investigations & Security Services, LLC PO Box 38 Readfield, ME 04355 (207) 685-7309 merrillsinvestigations.com

Day’s Travel Bureau 173 State Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 623-4591 daystravel.com

Seacoast Security 3 KMD Plaza Waterville, ME 04901 (207) 236-4876 seacoastsecurity.com

Dube Travel Leaders 250 Center Street Auburn, ME 04210 (207) 626-0555 dubetravel.com Swain Travel Center 66 Eastern Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-0788 swaintravel.net


MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Utilities Central Maine Power Co. 83 Edison Drive Augusta, ME 04336 (207) 623-3521 cmpco.com FairPoint Communications 1 Davis Farm Road Portland, ME 04103 (207) 535-4170 fairpointene.com FirstLight 491 Lisbon Street Lewiston, ME 04243 (207) 333-3462 oxfordnetworks.com Greater Augusta Utilities District 12 Williams Street Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6184 augustawater.org Kruger Energy 423 Brunswick Ave Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 203-3027 kruger.com Milestone Communications 126 Western Avenue PMB #172 Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-3375 milestonecomm.com On Target Utility Services 617 Water Street Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 588-3300 ontargetservices.com

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Spectrum Business 83 Anthony Avenue Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 253-2217 timewarner.com Spectrum Reach 1 Portland Square Suite 504 Portland, ME 04101 (518) 640-8411 www.spectrumreach.com

Veterinarians & Animal Care At Home Veterinary Care 6 Lewiston Road W. Gardiner, ME 04345 (207) 582-8800 athomeveterinarycare.com Companion Animal Clinic 235 Hospital St. Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-2737 companionanimalclinic.com Kennebec Valley Humane Society 10 Pet Haven Lane Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-3491x100 pethavenlane.org Pine Tree Veterinary Hospital 220 Western Ave Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-6181 pinetreeveterinaryhospital.com

Riverside Disposal, Inc. 700 River Road Chelsea, ME 04330 (207) 623-2577 riversidedisposal.com ServiceMaster Fire and Water Restoration 29 Brickyard Circle Auburn, ME 04210 (207) 539-4452 smfireandwater.com Servpro of Augusta 7 Townsend Road Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 622-7166 servpro.com

Wireless Carries Redzone Wireless LLC 91 Camden Street, #404 Rockland, ME 04841 (207) 596-5700 redzonewireless.com T-Mobile 133 FirstPark Drive Oakland, ME 04963 (207) 859-8216 t-mobile.com U.S. Cellular 1 Stephen King Dr Augusta, ME 04330 (207) 626-2900 uscellular.com

The Cat Hospital/The Cat’s Inn PO Box 480 Manchester, ME 04351 (207) 623-1228 catshospital.com

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2019 Kennebec Valley Chamber's Annual Visitors' Guide  

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2019 Kennebec Valley Chamber's Annual Visitors' Guide