Friday, May 28, 2010

Moonrise on the Bay

The first ever monthly Moonrise on the Bay event is scheduled for tonight (May 28th) at Lincolnville Beach, a 10 min drive from our Inn. The shops and restaurants will be open late, there will be a bonfire, art show, live music, and of course a spectacular moonrise! The event starts at 6:30 PM."

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Camden Maine Haunted History Tours

Join ‘The Lady in the Red Cloak” for a lantern lit walk exploring the mysterious haunts and untold history of Camden, Maine. A thoroughly enjoyable tour with ghostly stories and interesting history of the town. Cost $10.00 adults. Tours start at 7pm. Check website www.redcloakhauntedhistorytours.com for dates in July and August."

Monday, May 24, 2010

Maine Home and Design Show


Come and explore Maine’s creative economy! Architects, builders, landscape designers, interior designers, kitchen suppliers, artists, food purveyors,, and more will be represented in over 100 booths. This show is a must for people interested in any aspect of building, remodeling, and enjoying their homes. Admission: $10, 12 and under free. Point Lookout, Northport, June 05th and 06th."

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Marshall Point Lighthouse


Marshall Point Lighthouse museum opens Saturday May 29th, for the 2010 season. Marshall Point Lighthouse is located at the end of the St. George peninsula in Port Clyde. The Lighthouse grounds are always open to the public from sunup to dusk every day throughout the year. The museum contains displays, tools and artifacts depicting past and present fishing methods and local stone quarrying history as well as historical data regarding the lighthouse itself."

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Glendarragh Farm Lavender

This is what we’ve been waiting for! The Glendarragh farm lavender store has just opened at 22 main street, Camden. The store looks, and smells wonderful. They have natural and organic body lotions, as well as aromatherapy, bath, culinary, decorative, garden and herbal lavender goodies. Glendarragh Farm, home of Maine’s first commercial lavender farm, grows more than a dozen varieties of lavender in sweetly fragrant, hand-tended, organically fertilized fields."

Schooner Olad Camden Maine setting sail 15 May, 2010





Schooner trips start 15 May, a little earlier than usual due to the great weather.


Explore Penobscot Bay, with its rocky shoreline, lighthouses, seals, bald eagles, islands, lobster boats and hidden mansions. Schooner Olad sails daily from Camden, Maine; Memorial Day weekend to mid-October. Schooner Olad offers historic two-hour daysails aboard a completely restored, classic yacht."