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Cultural Attractions

Maine’s Paper & Heritage Museum 22 Church Street, Livermore Falls Founded in 2002 and dedicated to preserving the history of the paper industry in Maine, the museum captures the cultural heritage of the papermaking towns and mills along the Androscoggin River. Journey back to the 1800s and follow the papermaking industry through two centu-

The area is rich with history, art, crafts and music. Many attractions are just around the corner. Here are just some of the many interesting places to visit:

Antique & Vintage Snowmobile Gallery 2247 Auburn Rd., Turner The Museum houses more than 250 vintage snowmobiles of all styles and sizes. The museum is open from December through March on Saturdays 10 a.m.–3 p.m. The collection can be viewed by appointment, by calling (207) 224-8444.

ries. Learn who created America’s first postcards, where the largest manufacturer of wallpaper was located, and the significance of the railroad. Open 10:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. on Saturdays, from May 25– September 1. Appointments are also available through October. FMI: (207) 592-1807 or www. papermuseumofmaine.org.

Holmes-Crafts Homestead 14 Old Jay Hill Road, Jay The Federal style home built in the 1820s has displays of old tools, granite-related items, a country store, and furnishings related to the town of Jay. The Jay Historical Society oversees the property and conducts tours by appointment. On the second Saturday of August, the Homestead’s annual open house is held providing an opportunity for the public to view displays on the property. Call (207) 897-4876 for tour arrangements.

Jay Fire Museum Fayette Historical Society Starling Grange Hall, Route 17, Fayette The first floor houses a research library of Fayette’s history, as well as a number of displays of tools, clothing, and more. A museum and a room devoted to research materials on the Grange are located on the second floor. There is also a room devoted to the life, career, and writings of Fayette resident, Oscar Young. FMI: (207) 685-3655 or (207) 685-9347.

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Across from Holmes-Crafts Homestead off Rt. 4, Jay The museum houses historical fire trucks and equipment including a restored 1936 truck made by McCann Fire Equipment of Portland that is mounted on a Diamond T chassis, a horse-drawn hand pumper wagon, and a hand-pulled twowheeled hose cart. The Jay Fire Association oversees the museum. Call (207) 897-3953 for viewing arrangements.

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Chamber of Commerce Area Guide 2015-2016 - at the center of the Androscggin River Valley. www.jay-lovermore-lf.org

2015 Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Area Guide  

Chamber of Commerce Area Guide 2015-2016 - at the center of the Androscggin River Valley. www.jay-lovermore-lf.org

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