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American Lighthouse Foundation

186 Lighthouse Rd, Owls Head, ME 04854 • 207-594-4174 • EmailWebsite

Located in the Keeper's House at Owls Head Lighthouse…visit the American Lighthouse Foundation’s gift shop and interpretive center. Tours of the lighthouse are also offered Memorial Day - Columbus Day, call FMI. Discover other lighthouses where you can visit, climb, and even spend the night while shopping for Owls Head & Rockland Breakwater Light gifts! Mailing address: P.O. Box 565, Rockland, ME 04841

Art Loft

385 Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-200-7915 • EmailWebsite

The Art Loft is a community art center that makes art accessible to everyone, no matter their ability, age, or income. We aim to inspire everyone to unleash their inner artist and flex their creative muscles on a regular basis.

Atlantic Ballet Company of P2P Dance Center

27 Knowton Street, PO Box 223, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-236-2395 • EmailWebsite

Our Camden, Belfast, Rockport, and Waldoboro studios teach all ages in classical ballet, pointe, modern, hip-hop, and jazz. Performance opportunities in our Atlantic Ballet Company Nutcracker, our P2P Dance Spring Show, and "Dance Your Dream" our four-week summer program. Training provides arts enrichment for children ages 3 and up and for adult, beginner through advanced.

Bay Chamber Concerts

18 Central St., P.O. Box 599,, Rockport, ME 04856 • 207-236-2823 • EmailWebsite

ALL YEAR, ALL-AROUND OUTSTANDING.Founded in 1961 by brothers Andrew and Thomas Wolf, Bay Chamber Concerts features world-renowned artists year-round. Our Summer Concert Series and Music Festival in July and August feature over 30 events that redefine the standards for chamber music. From September to June the Performing Arts Series features classical, jazz, world music and dance events in a variety of ve…

Caldbeck Gallery

12 Elm Street,, Rockland, ME 04841 • (207) 594-5935 • EmailWebsite

Representing artists with connections to Maine since 1982.

Camden Falls Gallery

5 Public Landing, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-470-7027 • EmailWebsite

Awaken your senses with vibrant paintings by emerging and established artists from throughout the Northeast, in styles that range from photo-realism and impressionism to contemporary mixed media and plein-air. Rotating shows highlighting Maine’s interior and coastal beauty, with a strong emphasis on the mid-coast's working waterfront and maritime heritage.

Camden Harbor Custom Guitars

21 Lily Pond Drive, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-230-0001 • EmailWebsite

Camden Harbor Custom Guitars Northwoods and Vintage tele-style electric guitars are handcrafted in Camden, Maine. It is here in Northern New England – famous for quality craftsmanship and eco-friendly production standards – that you will find some of the most beautiful and smooth playing guitars available today. Call 207-230-0001 for a demo session.

Camden Opera House

29 Elm St. P.O. Box 1207,, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-236-7963 • EmailWebsite

The Camden Opera House is the Arts & Entertainment hub for midcoast Maine. Built in 1894 and lovingly restored in 1994, the opera house is visually stunning and acoustically superb, and offers the finest in music, dance, theater, film, conferences and more.

Camden Public Library

55 Main St., Camden, ME 04843 • 207-236-3440 • EmailWebsite

Books, videos, CDs, DVDs, audio books, homebound delivery, and interlibrary loan; robust internet connectivity including wireless access; over 600 programs and events each year; and the Walsh History Center's artifacts and historic Camden photos. Story hours 10:00 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Open Monday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.; Tuesdays and Thursdays to 9:00 p.m.…

Camden Shakespeare Festival

55 Main Street, Camden, ME 04843 • (207) 464-0008 • EmailWebsite

The Camden Shakespeare Festival is a professional, non-profit theatre committed to producing Shakespeare’s plays chiefly in the Camden Amphitheatre. We believe that Shakespeare plays speak to everyone, because of their universal themes, their unforgettable characters and their extraordinary poetry. These plays are produced in association with the Camden Public Library.

Camden-Rockport Historical Society / Conway House

7 Commercial Street, Rockport, ME 04856 • (207) 236-2257 • EmailWebsite

Built about 1770 by the Thorndike family, the Conway Homestead is one of the earliest houses in the region and depicts daily life through the 1930s. On the National Register of Historic Places and Maine State Register of Historic Sites. Adjacent museum, barn, sugar shack, and blacksmith shop with educational displays of midcoast life through the centuries. Includes photographs, artifacts, quilts, vintage…

Carver Hill Gallery

28 Bayview Street, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-542-9895 • EmailWebsite

Carver Hill Gallery shows Contemporary Fine Art from Maine and across the globe. The gallery's artists are career artists; many have studied and taught for decades and many are featured in museum collections. The gallery primarily features painting (on canvas, panel, and paper), photography, and a limited collection of sculpture.

Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA)

21 Winter Street, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-701-5005 • EmailWebsite

CMCA is Maine's preeminent contemporary arts organization. Experience the art of this generation and the next. CMCA’s exhibitions and educational programs are made to inspire and attract visitors of all ages and backgrounds.

Coastal Children's Museum

75 Mechanic St.,, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-596-0300 • EmailWebsite

Dedicated to providing children ages 2 to 9 and their families the opportunity to explore, discover, and learn through play about the natural world, the arts and sciences, and the diversity of Maine's coast. School group visits; themed birthday parties.

Coastal Maine Photo Tours/Mid-Coast Community Darkrooms

407 Main St.,, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-594-1224 • EmailWebsite

Photography tours & workshops blending travel adventure and photography education along the coast, in the cities, and the mountains. Join us on ½-day photo walks, all-day photo tours, or multi-day photo adventures. Excursions to exciting destinations including popular locations and hidden spots. Any skill level, any camera type, individuals, families, and small groups welcome.

DAAC Designs

49 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 • 561-202-8718 • EmailWebsite

DAAC Designs offers a curated collection of modern art, antiques and vintage home and garden decor. We embrace the charm of rustic decor blended with coastal elegance. We offer modern artworks from local Maine artists and unique hand-crafted and vintage decor items, including furniture, mirrors, kitchen tools, barware, garden decor and custom pillows made from vintage and imported textiles.

David Jacobson Glass

210 Choate Road, Montville, ME 04941 • 207-389-0659 • EmailWebsite

David Jacobson, born and raised in New York, moved to mid-coast Maine in 2003, where he creates his blown glass, and fused-and-slumped glass at his home studio, housed in his renovated 200-year old barn. Jacobson also offers the rare opportunity to make your own glass object with his help. This is one-on-one, or small groups, and by appointment. Experience the thrill of glassblowing yourself.

Dowling Walsh Gallery

365 Main St., PO Box 524,, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-596-0084 • EmailWebsite

Dowling Walsh Gallery is dedicated to Maine's finest classic and contemporary art.

Down East Singers

P.O. Box 996, Rockport, ME 04856 • EmailWebsite

Down East Singers is a community chorus performing masterworks from the 17th century to the present twice a year. The artistic director is Bowdoin faculty member Anthony Antolini. May concerts include Mozart Mentors Orchestra and other professional musicians. The group rehearses at Nativity Lutheran Church in Rockport on Tuesday evenings.

Duck Trap Decoys

10 Simmons Ct. (off Ducktrap Rd.), P.O. Box 88,, Lincolnville Beach, ME 04849 • 207-789-5363 • EmailWebsite

Featuring the work of Maine's best carvers, our gallery includes the finest and most extensive selection of wildlife carvings in the state. Open Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., June-October

Eric Hopkins Gallery

116 Tillson Avenue, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-975-4785 • EmailWebsite

Join us and the other downtown galleries for First Friday Art Walks, when galleries host receptions the first Friday of every month, 5-8 PM. Thursdays & Saturday 1-5 PM or byAppointment - Chance - Events.

EtiennePerret.com

14 Sea St.,, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-632-4057 • EmailWebsite

Colored diamonds set in 18k gold and platinum by Maine's award-winning diamond jewelry designer. Call for appointment, Monday through Saturday for design consultations.

Everyman Repertory Theatre

P.O. Box 938, Rockport, ME 04856 • 207-236-0173 • EmailWebsite

The Everyman Repertory Theatre is a not-for-profit professional theatre company committed to bringing live theater to the people of midcoast Maine. Performance locations include the Camden and Rockport opera houses and the Farnsworth Art Museum.

Farnsworth Art Museum

16 Museum St.,, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-596-6457 • EmailWebsite

Celebrating Maine's role in American art, the Farnsworth offers a nationally recognized collection from many of America's greatest artists. The museum houses the nation's second-largest collection of works by 20th-century sculptor Louise Nevelson. Its Wyeth Center features works of Andrew, N.C., and Jamie Wyeth. Open all year, daily 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; closed winter Mondays and Tuesdays. Availab

Fawcett's Maine Antique Toy & Art Museum

3506 Atlantic Hwy, Waldoboro, ME 04572 • 207-832-7398 • EmailWebsite

The finest collection of comic and cowboy character toys and illustration and cartoon art on public display in the U.S.A. The collection features Roy Rogers, The Lone Ranger, Gene Autry, Hopalong Cassidy, 1930s Disneyana, Betty Boop, Popeye, Felix the Cat, WW2 toys, Red Ryder, The Shadow, The Green Hornet, robots, space toys, Star Wars, tin wind-up toys, golden-age comic books, and animation art. Antique…

Finch Gallery

16 Main Street, Belfast, ME 04915 • 207-338-1060 • EmailWebsite

Showcasing the oil paintings of Jerri Finch of Belfast and sculptures of Jay Hoagland of Rockport. Open June 22 through September 29, 2018. New in 2018: Vintage Jerri Finch, a collection of cards from the 80s and 90s. 16 Main St., Belfast, behind the iconic Consumers Fuel Company building. 207-338-1060. Visit us on Facebook and at www.jerrifinch.com

Foundry and Glass Studio

531 Park St., P.O. Box 7,, West Rockport, ME 04865 • 207-236-3200 • EmailWebsite

Creates metal castings in bronze. Glass Gallery: sculpture, vases, bowls.

Frank 106.9 & 105.5 The Wolf

119 Tillson Avenue, Suite #101A, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-594-9283

The new 50,000 watt Frank is Mid Coast Maine’s Classic Hits station.105.5 The Wolf is Mid Coast Maine new country animal.

Friends of Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge

9 Water St, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-594-0600 • EmailWebsite

Please stop by our visitor center. We have a short film highlighting the offshore islands and their value to wildlife and introducing the Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge. There are also exhibits, a gift store, an art gallery and an outdoor seabird island. We can recommend local hikes and puffin viewing trips. Admission is fr

Fukurou Gallery – The Solon Center for Research and Publishing

20 Main, Rockland, ME 04841 • 2073194727 • EmailWebsite

Fukurou Gallery – The Solon Center for Research and PublishingThe Solon Center for Research and Publishing is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Maine Public Benefit Corporation that helps build community in Maine and beyond through educational, literary, scientific and artistic means, with publications, research, exhibits, and other events and initiatives. We work to help the humanities flourish.The Solon Center helps…

Gautschi Center

8 Elm St, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-701-2270 • EmailWebsite

The Gautschi Center is an art gallery and education center designed to inspire individual discovery. The mission of the Gautschi Center is to support people in their creative development by offering a variety of individual or group art classes and workshops that will help students learn to express themselves artistically.

Ironbound Gallery

37 Bay View Street,, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-236-4100 • EmailWebsite

A place reflective of what pleases our senses. A place where Maine can be found. Ever-changing and rewarding.

Jazz in June - Camden, Maine

29 Elm Street, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-701-9974 • EmailWebsite

June 11-14, 2020: Three days of great music, food and shopping in lovely Camden, Maine. Musical venues to include the Camden Opera House and Blue Cafe, the Camden Snow Bowl, restaurants and inns.

Kelpie Gallery LLC

81 Elm Street, South Thomaston, ME 04858 • 207-691-0392 • EmailWebsite

The Kelpie Gallery is located in the 'Weskeag Village of South Thomaston, Maine, a small coastal crossroads with a general store, historical society, library, post office and equestrian center. We welcome you to come to the 'Weskeag Village, enjoy our space and exhibiting artists, as well as everything our picturesque local community has to offer.

Knox Museum

30 High St., P.O. Box 326, Thomaston, ME 04861 • 207-354-8062 • EmailWebsite

Gen. Henry Knox: founding father, soldier, Rev. War veteran, consummate military strategist & Sec. of War in George Washington's cabinet. His 22-room Federal-style Montpelier was "the finest home in the district of Maine." Today's version on 13 acres in Thomaston hosts original Knox belongings, tours & exhibitions, and weddings & community events.

Lasansky Studio of Dance (Lasansky Dance Theater Ensemble)

234 Old County Rd.,, Rockport, ME 04856 • 207-594-1007 • EmailWebsite

We have had the opportunity for over 38 years to enrich children's lives through the art of dance. Offering year-round creative movement, ballet, modern dance, choreography, and private lessons. Week-long summer workshops in technique, choreography, and thematic exploration through movement, poetry and art projects. We work with children (ages 4 and up) and adults, beginners through advanced.

Libby Schrum Design

Harden Avenue, Camden, ME 04843 • 207.691.5630 • EmailWebsite

Libby Schrum is a Camden based furniture maker creating handcrafted modern bespoke furniture and custom interiors. Make an appointment to visit her studio, a short walk from the library. You can meet the designer, see miniature models of her designs and learn about how fine furniture is made. If you’re really curious, turn your vacation into a STUDIOcation and build your own piece!

Linda Bean's Maine Wyeth Gallery

4 Cold Storage Rd, Port Clyde, ME 04855 • 207-372-6543, ext. 3 • EmailWebsite

Visit this truly one-of-a-kind gallery. Located at 4 Cold Storage Road in the fishing village of Port Clyde, central to the summer painting grounds of three generations of Wyeths for nearly 100 years. See our changing offerings of original Wyeth family paintings and the rarest signed prints of Andrew Wyeth with white glove presentation by his curatorial staff by appointment.

Maine Lighthouse Museum

One Park Drive, P.O. Box 1116,, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-594-3301 • EmailWebsite

The largest and most significant collection of lighthouse lenses and artifacts in the United States. See rare and priceless Fresnel lenses and learn about lighthouses, lightkeepers, the U.S. Coast Guard, and more! Tours welcome. Gift shop. Memorial Day to October 31st, weekdays 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., weekends 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. See website

Mars Hall Gallery

621 Port Clyde Rd.,, Tenants Harbor, ME 04860 • 207-372-9996 • EmailWebsite

Mars Hall Gallery is located at the historic Marshall Homestead, between the quaint fishing villages of Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde. The gallery offers an eclectic mix of fine art and crafts as well as antiques and collectibles.

Michael Good Designs and Gallery

325 Commercial Street, Rockport, Maine 04856 • 207-236-9623 • EmailWebsite

Along with Michael's pioneering anticlastic jewelry, come discover an exciting array of sculpture, painting, jewelry, ceramic, and special objects by artists from Maine and around the world. Special exhibitions, workshops, events throughout the year. Additional services include special orders, jewelry cleaning, and repairs. Open BY APPOINTMENT due to covid19. Your safety is our first priority!

Midcoast Music Academy

279 Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-701-7410 • EmailWebsite

MCMA is a contemporary music school in Rockland offering oustanding private and group instruction on a variety of instruments to students of all ages and skill levels as well as community enrichment programming and event musicians for hire.

North Atlantic Blues Festival

275 Main St., Public Landing,, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-691-2248 • EmailWebsite

The 27th annual blues music festival attracts world-famous blues musicians for a two-day outdoor event, July 11 &12, 2020. Held at the Public Landing overlooking picturesque Rockland Harbor. Main Street is closed from traffic for the popular club crawl Saturday evening.

Owls Head Transportation Museum

117 Museum Street, Owls Head, ME 04854 • 207-594-4418 • EmailWebsite

Unlike many museums, OHTM's collection is primarily operational, offering visitors a spectacular and rare experience at a number of outdoor events throughout the year.

Page Gallery

23 Bay View Street, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-230-8048 • EmailWebsite

Page Gallery is an American contemporary art gallery owned by artist Colin Page. The gallery exhibits a wide variety of paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Maine's leading contemporary artists.

Paint It Shoreself

435 Commercial Street, Rockport, ME 04856 • 207 542 0269 • Email

We are a "Paint Your Own" ceramic shop. We offer ceramic classes, birthday parties, make and takes, paint night events, ladies nights, and company paint events. We also do school, campground and fair activities. We have a girl scouts package to earn the art badge. We also do wedding and baby shower favors. Stop by to check us out!

Penobscot Marine Museum

U.S. Route 1 and Church St.,, Searsport, ME 04974 • 207-548-2529 • EmailWebsite

Maine's oldest maritime museum. One of New England's finest collections of furnishings, artifacts, ship models, paintings, photographs, and small boats. The museum is a great place to learn about Maine's maritime history, with exhibits and activities designed for children, families, and adults. Open Memorial Day weekend through the third Sunday in October. Please check our website or call the museum for …

Points North Institute

PO Box 836/5 Elm St Suite 32, Camden, ME 04843 • (207) 593-6229 • EmailWebsite

The Points North Institute is the launching pad for the next generation of nonfiction storytellers. Programs include a suite of artist development initiatives, year-round community screenings, and the Camden International Film Festival (CIFF), founded in 2005 and recognized as one of the top documentary film festivals in the world.

Project Puffin Visitor Center

311 Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-596-5566 • EmailWebsite

The Center celebrates the success of Project Puffin in bringing puffins and other seabirds back to historic nesting islands. Here the public can view puffins and other seabirds in real time through live video feed. Visitors can also learn about the success and challenges faced by Audubon and their partners.

Red Cloak Tours

, , ME • 207-380-3806 • EmailWebsite

For the time being, join us via TeleTours, private, live guided walking tours by phone, exploring the mysterious haunts or untold history of Camden or Rockland. Appropriate for all, these 30-40 minute tours will be a one-of-a-kind adventure as you learn legends, history of the area, maritime history, cemetery symbolism & some ghostly tales if you choose. There are 7 options in Camden & Rockland.

Rockport Opera House

6 Central Street, Rockport, ME 04856 • (207) 236-2514 • EmailWebsite

The historic Rockport Opera House is available throughout the year cultural and social events, lectures, meetings, and weddings. Amenities include audio visual services, professional kitchen, meeting room, auditorium, and green room.

Rockport Public Library

485 Commercial Street, Rockport, ME 04856 • 207-236-3642 • EmailWebsite

Books, books on CD, DVDs and pre-loaded Kindles, interlibrary loan. Free public Internet access and Wi-Fi. Special collection of marine books. Preschool story time Tuesdays 10:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Wednesday 11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.

Sharp's Point South / Sail, Power & Steam Museum

75 Mechanic St.,, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-701-7627 • EmailWebsite

Educational displays of the old days in fishing and shipbuilding; a stocked library, a conference room, and a gift shop. Museum closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Sharp's Point South, Professional Building, offers, Waterfront, Office Space available,2 minutes from Downtown. at 75 Mechanic St., Rockland, ME. Wired for Internet, newly renovated, carpeted and have a wonderful waterfront ambiance

Small Wonder Gallery

1 Public Landing,, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-236-6005 • EmailWebsite

An intimate gallery featuring original watercolors, oils, etchings, and limited-edition work. We also exhibit hand-painted tiles and original sculpture. Quality custom framing always available. Evening hours through the summer. We're happy to ship anywhere.

Strand Theatre

345 Main St., P.O. Box 433,, Rockland, ME 04841 • 207-594-0070 • EmailWebsite

Beautifully restored classic movie house and performing arts center is open year round, and offers a regular schedule of film, concerts, and special events. Fully equipped modern facility available for rent. On the National Register of Historic Places.

The Red Barn Marketplace

2060 Atlantic Hwy, Lincolnville, Me 04849 • 207-230-1272 • EmailWebsite

Over 8,000 square feet of antiques, furniture, collectibles and small wares, jewelry, vintage, local artists and a gourmet bakery.

Thomas Michaels Designers

11 Elm St.,, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-236-2708 • EmailWebsite

The studio and gallery of designers Thomas Michaels and Nora Hattman-Michaels highlights their renowned and award-winning works in glass, steel, and gold; for the body, the tabletop, and the home.

Thomaston Historical Society

80 Knox Street,, Thomaston, ME 04861 • 207-354-2295 • EmailWebsite

The Thomaston Historical Society is an active organization offering free programs with guest speakers; historic materials for publications and research; celebrating General Henry Knox's birthday with the Knox Museum ; 'Home for the Holidays' gala showcasing a historic house in town; and hosting a museum where one can learn the history of the town beginning with the first explorers in 1605.

Thomaston Place Auction Galleries

51 Atlantic Highway,, Thomaston, ME 04861 • 207-354-8141 • EmailWebsite

Thomaston Place Auction Gallery is coastal Maine’s premier auction company, offering newly discovered, rare objects at our fine art and antique auctions. Quality consignments always accepted. Tuesday is Free Appraisal Day, or we can arrange “house calls”.

Tillman Crane, Photography Gallery/Studio

22 Pearl St.,, Camden, ME 04843 • 207-230-0199 • EmailWebsite

Located at 22 Pearl Street, Camden, three blocks from downtown, we specialize in platinum/palladium photographs, one-of-a-kind handmade books of original photographs, and limited-edition photography books. Workshops and private tutorials for all levels of expertise offered year-round. Watch platinum printing demonstrations during our Gallery Open House Weekends (June 9-10, July 14-15, August 4-5, and Sep…

Windsor Chairmakers

2596 Atlantic Highway, Lincolnville, ME 04849 • 1-800-789-5188 • EmailWebsite

Visit our 1800s-era farmhouse showroom with 15 rooms of custom-made furniture including Windsor chairs, dining tables, beds, buffets, and surprises around each corner. Our Shaker gallery features a selection of classic Shaker furniture. Located six miles north of Camden.

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