Outdoors, the fourth issue of Lincoln County Magazine for 2018, will make its debut July 25.
Operator inattention, improper lookout, operator inexperience, machinery failure, and alcohol use rank as the top five primary contributing factors in boating accidents, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. Each could come into play at any time on the water, at any time of the year.
The Olde Bristol Days Committee is in search of volunteers to make the August event a success.
Boothbay Harbor Country Club recently made Architectural Digest’s list as one of the Most Beautiful Clubhouses in America.
What is it like to study the ocean at a world-class research institute? One can find out on Friday, July 20, when Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences hosts its annual open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on its East Boothbay campus.
The Lincoln Home Bridge Group played Tuesday, July 10. The high scorers were Pete Hope, of Pemaquid; Lea Mannion, of Damariscotta; and Midge Coleman, of Sheepscot.
During the upcoming months, it is all hands on deck at the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum in Alna. During the height of summer, trains are running every weekend but there are many projects going on behind the scenes. In August, it is planned to move a 1918 covered truss bridge into position over Trout Brook.
The Central Lincoln County YMCA announces the launch of its 2018 Annual Fund drive with the theme “You Are Y.” Funds raised through the annual drive provide an extraordinary opportunity to ensure a brighter future for the children, families, and seniors in the region.
The local community is one special place on the great coast of Maine. It is composed of many gifted people who are thankful to live and work in a region rich in beautiful landscapes and historical roots that go back to the founding of this nation. People are blessed in many a way and care about their community.
In respect for the victims of the shooting in Annapolis, Md. on June 28, Gov. Paul R. LePage has directed the United States flag and the State of Maine flag be flown at half staff immediately until sunset this evening, Tuesday, July 3.
The Edgecomb Community Church has been at its present location at 15 Cross Point Road in Edgecomb since 1881. A prominent local landmark, this historic church has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1987. The Edgecomb Community Church steeple is a symbol and beacon of hope, helping those in need.
More than 100 people attended Lincoln County Publishing Co.’s summer open house the evening of Wednesday, June 27.
Live from Lincoln County, the third issue of Lincoln County Magazine for 2018, will make its debut July 5.
Fourth of July Events in Lincoln County
Readers of Down East magazine selected more than 20 Lincoln County businesses, organizations, and locations for the publication’s annual Best of Maine list.