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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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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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6:00 am

8th Annual Acadia Half Marathon and 10k

June 7 @ 6:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mount Desert Island YMCA, 21 Park Street
Bar Harbor, ME United States
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Welcome to the 8th Annual Acadia Half Marathon and 10K! We are the MDI YMCA are pleased that you are interested in joining us this June. The Acadia Half Marathon and 10K is one of our largest fundraisers of the year. The money raised through your entry fee helps sustain the YMCA's scholarship programs, ensuring that individuals and families have access to the care, services, and programs that can help them improve their lives through healthy living or community activities. START TIME FOR HALF-MARATHON WALKERS: 6:00AM START TIME FOR 10K RUNNERS: 6:45AM START TIME FOR HALF MARATHON RUNNERS: 7:00AM ​ Race Director Contact: Jennifer Britz races@mdiymca.org Course Description The course features breathtaking views of Acadia National Park and Maine’s rocky coastline. It is a Spectacular 13.1-mile course traveling on the scenic Acadia National Park Loop road. The second-largest island on the eastern seaboard, Mount Desert Island boasts an impressive 41,000 acres of land devoted to the Northeast’s only National Park, Acadia - an amazing array of mountains and sea, cliffs and coastline. ​ This half marathon is fortunate to be one of only a couple of races of its kind held in Acadia National Park. Walkers are able to enjoy the beauty of Acadia at a slower pace and are encouraged to participate! Walkers are able to enjoy the beauty of Acadia at a slower pace and are encouraged to participate! Race Features USAT & F Certified Half Marathon ME 12020JK - Good until December 31, 2022 Prizes will be awarded for TOP 3 MEN AND WOMEN and 1st and 2nd in each age group (half-marathon and 10K) Mile markers for all 13 miles Six Water Stations (Stations are placed every 2-2.5 miles) Post Race Refreshments

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8:00 am

Dead River Summer Flow Dam Release (1,300cfs-2,400cfs)

June 7 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Long Falls Dam- Dead River Put-In, Long Falls Dam
Dead River Township, ME United States
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Photo credit:  Three Rivers Whitewater.

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