CANCELED: Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race

The Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race, held annually on the third weekend of April, is the largest paddling event in New England and one of the largest in the country. Hosted by the Bangor Dept. of Parks & Recreation, the 16.5 mile race begins in the Town of Kenduskeag and ends near the confluence of the […]

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Walk in the dark with the stars!

Did you always want to walk at night in the forest but felt uncomfortable? Here is your chance to explore the forest at night in the safety of a group! We will hone our listening and observation skills during this night time adventure and admire the stars. Pre-registraion required. Cost: $10 adults/$5 Youth Location: Meet […]

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Full Moon Guided Walk

Using the large lantern suspended in the sky as guidance, we will find our way along Pushaw Stream, exploring the sights and sounds of the night along the way. Selfies by Pushaw Stream with the full moon as a backdrop are spectacular and a challenge to take. Are you up for it? Pre-registration required. Cost: […]

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“ALL-IN-ONE” – Skiing, Yoga and Wildlife Interpretation

Join us at Hirundo with Maine Master Naturalist/Guide Gudrun Keszocze, Master Maine Guide/Ski Instructor Karen Francoeur from Castine Kayak Adventures, and Certified Om Land Yoga Instructor/Nature Lover Isis Bell-Smith. In the warmth of the cabin, Isis will lead us through a simple practice focusing on yoga for skiing. It will improve our movement, flexibility, and […]

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Ski and Snowshoe: Maine Woods

Spend a weekend in the North Woods of Maine through the 100 Mile Wilderness and stay at AMC’s Medawisla Lodge & Cabins on this two-night outdoor adventure. Please bring your own skis. Skis can be rented locally in Greenville, ME from Northwoods Outfitters. Call (207) 695-3288 to make reservations. Cost Covers; •Lodging on Friday and […]

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Wintery Snacks & Environmental Crafting

In the 9th installment of our monthly foraging series search for edibles including berries and tea ingredients, collect natural materials for crafting projects and let the crackling fire inspire your creations. With Kris Sader Environmental artist and Gudrun Keszöcze, Naturalist. Dress for the weather and bring lunch. Meet at the Parker Reed shelter. Take the […]

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Alewife Day

Fish on the run! Nearly a million came up the stream last spring. Come talk to NOAA staff and help dipnet fish to get them into the fish ladder. Kids activities and smoked fish! Admission $10 for adults and $5 for children 3-17.

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Maine Forest and Logging Museum spring cleaning

We have indoor and outdoor projects. Come by yourself or get a team together. Let us know when you are coming, and we’ll have a plan for the day. We need buildings swept, tidied, and windows washed. Log cabin, sawyer’s house, outhouses, visitor’s center, etc. Outdoors wood splitting, brush clearing, raking, etc. We have tools, […]

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Maine Forest and Logging Museum spring cleaning

We have indoor and outdoor projects. Come by yourself or get a team together. Let us know when you are coming, and we’ll have a plan for the day. We need buildings swept, tidied, and windows washed. Log cabin, sawyer’s house, outhouses, visitor’s center, etc. Outdoors wood splitting, brush clearing, raking, etc. We have tools, […]

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Maine Forest and Logging Museum spring cleaning

We have indoor and outdoor projects. Come by yourself or get a team together. Let us know when you are coming, and we’ll have a plan for the day. We need buildings swept, tidied, and windows washed. Log cabin, sawyer’s house, outhouses, visitor’s center, etc. Outdoors wood splitting, brush clearing, raking, etc. We have tools, […]

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