Spice up your date night routine with an adult themed night-time walking tour of Bangor! Start off your evening with a cocktail at one of our local pubs then tour the streets with a guide who will weave spellbinding tales of love and lust throughout Bangor’s history. Make your next date night something to remember!
Adults 21 and over only Limited to 15 couples, $20 per person (Price includes one ticket for a draft beer or drink off the regular menu) Meets at Nocturnem Draft Haus (56 Main Street, Bangor) 7:30-9:00pm
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Legendary Maine Guide Alexandra Conover Bennett, entrepreneur and Maine Guide Matt Polstein, and recreation expert Steve Spencer will share ideas and experience on wilderness and being part of the recreation economy. This is the second presentation in a series called “Wilderness and Nature Based-Tourism” presented in partnership with Baxter State Park.Find out more »
Author Tom Hennessey will be signing copies of his new book, “Leave Some for Seed,” at Penobscot County Conservation Association Lodge, 570 North Main Street, Brewer, Maine.Find out more »
Please join us for a free grassroots meeting to discuss current issues affecting Maine’s animals, including the upcoming bear referendum, and learn how you can help advocate for animals with tried and true tips for making a difference for animals on the ground in Maine.Find out more »
Fish and Lobster Chowder, homemade yeast rolls and homemade biscuits, pickles, plus a dazzling array of homemade pies and other desserts to choose from. Take out is available. $9.00 for adults $5.00 for children 10 and under. There will be 25lbs of Haddock and 40 lobsters in this chowder, first come first serve, we will be serving until it is gone starting at 5pm. This is the last chowder of the season so you don’t want to miss it, bring your friends and family get a great deal on a meal and support a good cause all at the same time.Find out more »
Book signing for Mark Scott Ricketts’ new children’s book, Adventures in VacationlandFind out more »
Please join us for a free grassroots meeting to discuss current issues affecting Maine’s animals, including the upcoming bear referendum, and learn how you can help advocate for animals with tried and true tips for making a difference for animals on the ground in Maine.
If you’re concerned about puppy mills, wildlife protection, farm animals, or generally creating a more compassionate Maine, please attend a meeting near you to get involved and hear how you can help.
RSVP to an event below to lend your voice for animals in Maine and beyond. Contact Katie Hansberry at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional questions.Find out more »
Millions upon millions of monarch butterflies migrate from Maine to their ancestral home in Michoacán, Mexico every year but, alarmingly, last year only 60 million were counted; the lowest number ever recorded. In prime years, they number over 450 million. Where have all the monarchs gone? Bonnie Chase and Bill Calvert, naturalists and monarch butterfly researchers, will present a slide show and tell the tale of the most amazing insect migration on earth at Southwest Harbor Public Library, Tuesday, August 26, 5:30pm. Their talk will also include ways one can help ensure the survival of these beautiful butterflies in a perilous time for the species.Find out more »
Dance to Flash! in the Pans Community Steelband from 7:30 – 9:00 pm. Benefits local charity or non-profit.Find out more »