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Maine Lobster Festival Canceled For 2021
The Maine Lobster Festival has officially announced that they will be canceling the 2021 festival with hopes to have it back, bigger and better than ever for 2022.
It may come as a shock to many when yesterday (3/30/21) the Maine Lobster Festival made an announcement on their Facebook page that the f…
Free Family Outdoor Adventures – U-Maine Cooperative
Hey, if you are looking for a great reason to get outside with your family plus learn some very useful skills the University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H is kicking off a new monthly outdoor educational series for families with kids, that range from ages 7 to 18...
Almost Time To Turn The Clocks Back – But Why?
Daylight Savings Time ends on the first Sunday of November – this year it’s November 1st.  Clocks are moved back “falling back” one hour to local Standard Time.  This transition from Daylight Savings Time to Standard Time effectiv…
Fort Knox Fright At The Fort 2020- CANCELED
According to the Fright at the Fort Facebook page, the 2020 Fright at The Fort has been canceled.
Fright at the Fort is held year after year at one of Maine's creepiest historical sites, Fort Knox Historic Site in Prospect, Maine.
An average year of Fright at the Fort brings anywhere between 12,0…

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