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Kennebunkport Festival

June 2 - June 7
Kennebunkport Kennebunkport, ME United States + Google Map
Kennebunkport Festival

A week of seaside fun to benefit great local charities. We are proud to be part of this lively, vibrant community. And when we all get together—watch out—the energy is high and we just don’t stop! We invite you to jump on our big wave of fun parties and FUN-draising knowing that for most events 100% of your ticket price goes to benefit local charities! We are so proud of the fact that we have raised nearly a quarter of million dollars for local charities in the past 2 years!  

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Barnstock

June 5 - June 7
Barnyard All Terrain, 807 Boothby Road
Livermore, ME United States
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Gates open at 8am and racing starts at 10am every event, contact for pricing.  Gates close at midnight.  Season passes available in April, children 5 and under are free.  Camping is available Friday through Sunday.

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Maine Canoe Symposium

June 5 - June 7
Maine Canoe Symposium, 11 Conservation School Road
Bryant Pond, ME United States
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Maine Canoe Symposium

Established in 1986, the Maine Canoe Symposium is a volunteer-run, non-profit, weekend event. The Symposium encourages participants of all ages to develop an understanding and appreciation of the diversity of North American canoeing heritage and to develop canoeing and related skills through educational workshops, presentations, and hands-on instruction.  NFCT Stewardship Director Noah Pollock is scheduled to speak about the trail.  Come by and say hello!

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19th Annual Maine Fiber Frolic

June 6 - June 7
Windsor Fairrgrounds, 82 Ridge Road
Windsor, ME 04363 United States
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Bar Harbor Maine – Inn to Inn Bicycle Ride

June 6 - June 13
Bangor Bangor, ME United States + Google Map
Bar Harbor Inn to Inn

Load up your bike and join us for this relaxed ride through some of the East Coast’s most stunning landscapes and seascapes. Traveling from inn to inn, we’ll trace inland lakes and rivers; pedal past peaks clad in birch, fir, and pine trees; and skirt granite-lined harbors and bays where the essences of saltwater and tidal flats waft along on the breeze. Beginning in Bangor, we’ll first ride to Ellsworth and then continue on to the lively seaside village of Bar Harbor. We’ll spend three overnights in and around Acadia National Park, the first national park east of the Mississippi. We may bask in North America’s first rays of a new day atop Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on the North Atlantic seaboard, or experience bike-cruising bliss along the park’s carriage paths, established by John D. Rockefeller between 1913 and 1940 specifically for use by hikers, cyclists, equestrians, and horse-drawn carriages. Cost:$2,329.00

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7:00 am

2020 Shipyard Old Port Half Marathon & 5K

June 6 @ 7:00 am - 1:00 pm
Old Port Half Marathon, 433 Fore Street
Portland, ME United States
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The Shipyard Old Port Half Marathon & 5K is returning to Portland on June 6, 2020 with an all-new 5K course! Join thousands of athletes at Maine’s premier half marathon and enjoy spectacular views of lighthouses and civil war-era forts as you run along the waterfront of Casco Bay, then celebrate your finish with a block party featuring Shipyard craft beer, ice cream, pizza, and live music!

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8:00 am

Dead River Medium Flow Dam Release (3,500cfs-4,000cfs)

June 6 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
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One event on September 19, 2020 at 8:00 am

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Photo credit:  Three Rivers Whitewater.

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Moose River Race

June 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Rockwood Community Center, Rockwood Community Center
Rockwood, ME United States
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Time:  11:00 am Type:  FW, 8 miles Registration:  Registration opens at 8am. $15.00, or $10.00 if postmarked by June 4. Contact: TBA Online reservation form:  http://www.rockwoodonmoosehead.org/images/moose-river-canoe-kayak-race.pdf   Race map.  http://www.rockwoodonmoosehead.org/images/moose-river-race-map.jpg Helmets required for kayaks.

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Bath Savings Institution Paddle for Pine Tree Camp

June 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Paddle With A Purpose Kick-off your summer with friends, food, the great Maine outdoors and – best of all – the knowledge that you’re helping Maine kids and adults with disabilities attend a summer camp that means the world to them. Get ready for the Bath Savings Institution Paddle for Pine Tree Camp!  What: A two-hour paddle down the beautiful Kennebec River, concluding with a celebratory barbecue. This event is family-friendly and perfect for all ages, skill levels and abilities. When: Saturday, June 6, 2020 (check-in opens at 8:00 a.m. and the paddle starts at 9:30 a.m.) Where: The adventure starts at The Evergreens Campground in Solon and ends in North Anson. Want to reserve a campsite for the weekend? Call The Evergreens Campground at 207-643-2324. Why: Proceeds from the Paddle go directly to Pine Tree Camp’s Campership Fund ensuring that all who can benefit from the camp experience are able to attend. With more than 99% of campers receiving full or partial tuition assistance, your support will make a tremendous impact. All paddlers are asked to raise a minimum of $100 for Pine Tree Camp. Event Schedule 7:00 a.m. Breakfast available in the Evergreens Restaurant 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Registration and Check-in 9:00 a.m. Welcome Remarks 9:15 a.m. Safety Briefing 9:30 a.m. Paddle begins (the 7-mile paddle takes about 2 hours) 11:30 a.m. FREE barbecue celebration at North Anson Takeout Site (Patterson Bridge Road) 1:30 p.m. Event ends Frequently Asked Questions Is this a team event? Yes! We encourage paddlers to build teams with their friends, family members, and coworkers. The Paddle is a great team-building opportunity for organizations that want to celebrate company spirit while supporting an awesome cause. Who can participate? This event is open to people of all ages. The paddle itself is classified as “easy to moderate” (light current; accessible and appropriate for all skill levels and abilities). Is the paddle guided? Yes, Maine Wardens along with expert guides will act as safety escorts on the trip. Will you feed me? The Evergreens Campground will offer breakfast in the morning (cash only). For lunch, we’ll be serving up complimentary burgers, hot dogs, cold drinks and more at the takeout site in North Anson (Patterson Bridge Road). Will I get a t-shirt? Yes, all participants are registered by May 19 and who raise at least $100 will receive a complimentary Paddle for Pine Tree Camp t-shirt. Late registrants will get a shirt subject to availability. How will I get back to my car? A shuttle service will be provided. Shuttles will transport people from the takeout site back to their parked cars at Evergreens Campground. Participants are asked to travel back to Patterson Bridge Road to retrieve their boats. What should I bring? Please bring rain gear in the event of inclement weather. Layers are also recommended as we will be outside from early morning into the afternoon. Other recommendations: sunscreen, bug spray, and a towel. The impact of your support Every summer, more than 650 Maine children and adults with disabilities arrive at Pine Tree Camp and their lives are transformed. Driving down the camp road, campers enter a world that is barrier-free, leaving behind the confines of their disability thanks to our 285-acre fully-accessible campus, committed and well-trained staff and peer support. At Pine Tree Camp, campers make friends for the first time; friends who understand what they are going through. Campers actively participate in all the activities for which Maine is famous – kayaking, boating, fishing, and hiking – experiencing freedom and independence. In addition, Pine Tree Camp provides their families with much-needed respite. Since 1945, Pine Tree Camp has welcomed all who could benefit regardless of their ability to pay the $1,900 tuition. All proceeds from the Paddle for Pine Tree Camp support Pine Tree Camp’s Campership Fund.  207-386-5915  sbonnevie@pinetreesociety.org Register

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Ride to The Flat Track Races

June 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
United Bikers of Maine- Penobscot, 1110 Broadway
Bangor, ME United States
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Ride to the Flat Track

Join Washington County in a ride to The UBM Flat track Races in Farmington.Penob

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2020 Scottish Festival

June 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Veterans Memorial Park Old Orchard Beach, ME United States + Google Map
2020 Scottish Festival

Highland games, Scottish dancing, pipers, traditional artisans, Scottish fare, clan village, petting zoo, whiskey tasting, blacksmith expo.

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8:30 am

Pendleton 5k + 5 mile run/walk on the Rail Trail

June 6 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Belfast Rail Trail, Belfast Rail Trail
Belfast, ME United States
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Pendleton 5k

Join us for the first event of the RunBelfast race series - National Trails Day - perfect start to the summer. Day of registration opens at 7:30 am. This event is your last chance to register for the series!

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9:00 am

The Running of the Black Flies 5k

June 6 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Pour Farm, 56 Crawfordsburn Lane
Union, ME United States
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Running of the Black Flies

Celebrate the much-maligned black fly by running with them at the height of black fly season in Maine (think running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain)! The race is a 5k out-and-back from The Pour Farm Brewery down Middle Road in Union. Walkers also welcome! Registration includes tee shirt and free post-race pint of beer at the brewery (or non-alcoholic drink for runners under 21). Chip timed. Sign up at: https://runsignup.com/Race/Events/ME/Union/TheRunningoftheBlackFlies5k

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2:00 pm

Snow Pond On Tap Craft Brew Festival

June 6 @ 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Snow Pond Center for the Arts, 8 Goldenrod Lane
Sidney, ME United States
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Snow Pond On Tap Festival

Save the date - June 6, 2020! Snow Pond will host its' first annual Craft Brew Festival in Sidney, ME on the shores of Messalonskee Lake. Enjoy a wide breadth of Maine craft brews, food and LIVE music in Snow Pond's Bowl, Maine's largest outdoor stage! Tickets will be on sale on January 15th and will include VIP options. Stay tuned for more information! No one under age 21 will be admitted. https://www.facebook.com/events/1025190387835067

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