Business Listings

 

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Building & Home Services

EHL Design
284 Shore Road
(207) 326-8396

Fallow Building Services
705 Shore Road
(207) 326-9596

Gary Brouillard, Master Electrician
5 Castine Road, PO Box 459
(207) 592-8112

Green Man Design
1010 Castine Road
(207) 326-9322

Ordway Painting
(207) 326-9089

SureSide Property Management
Scott Vogell
21 Main Street, PO Box 517
(207)266-9392
mailto:suresidepm@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/suresidepm/?fref=ts
Real Estate, Rentals & Services, Caretaking, Snow Removal, etc
Over 37 years of property management experience in the Castine area

T.K. Sampson Inc.
PO Box 1456
Bucksport, ME 04416
(207) 469-0777
www.tksampsoninc.com

Community Organizations

Castine Arts Association
(207) 326-9536
www.castinearts.org

Witherle Memorial Library
27 School Street, PO Box 202
(207) 326-4375
www.witherle.lib.me.us

Education

Adams School
41 School Street, PO Box 29
(207) 326-8608
www.adams.u93.k12.me.us

Maine Maritime Academy
Pleasant Street
(207) 326-2220
www.mma.edu

Entertainment Services

Christopher Poulin
Musician/Guitarist/Flutist
(207) 323-6500
www.christopherpoulin.com
Private lessons and performance
Jazz, Classical, Blues, Reggae

Juliane Gardner
Musician/Songwriter/Vocalist
(207) 902-2424
www.julianegardner.net
Shades of Blue Band
Private & public functions

New Shades of Blue Wedding Band
Chris Poulin & Juliane Gardner
(207)-323-6500
www.julianegardner.net/newshadesofblue.html
www.weddingwire.com/biz/new-shades-of-blue-jazz-band-bar-harbor/cf9ec6f1daf59ac1.html
Jazz, Blues, Reggae, Swing, & Classical
Public & Private Functions

Sound Delivery
(207) 326-4290
sounddelivery@yahoo.com
A professional company committed to customer satisfaction; owner Joel Mann has over 40 years in the radio, entertainment & wedding business and represents the very best performers in Maine; full roster of DJ’s, Soloists & Wedding Bands; works with clients every step of the way ensuring a memorable day at reasonable rates; offers combined DJ & Band packages.
A locally owned & operated business

Financial & Professional Services

Bangor Savings Bank
213 Battle Avenue, PO Box 107
(207) 326-0654
www.bangor.com
“You Matter More”

Camden National Bank
19 Water Street, PO 277
(207) 326-8006
www.camdennational.com

Castine Computer Services
986 Castine Road
(207) 326-8937
spinney@roadrunner.com

PC Fitness
PO Box 736
(207) 326-9528
tim@pc-fitness.com

Health & Wellness

Castine Community Health Services
102 Court Street
(207) 326-4348
www.bhmh.org
Family Practice Clinic

Castine Dental
102 Court Street
(207) 326-9500

Fitness Forward
Cassie Lapple
(603) 667-5925
FitnessForward207@gmail.com
Certified athletic trainer and strength & conditioning coach providing personal training and health coaching to all fitness levels and ages!
Fitness classes held on a weekly basis at Emerson Hall. Contact for more information!

Gordana Hassett, Counselor
102 Court Street
(207) 941-0006

Lethabo Massage & Day Spa
Maddy Rankin
21 Main Street
(207) 326-5027 ~ Salon
(207) 812-0989 ~ Cell
http://www.lethabodayspa.com
https://www.facebook.com/Lethabo-Massage-Studio-And-Day-Spa-In-Castine-ME-485687554906866
Relaxing massages, massage therapy, old-style barber, hair salon, facials, manicures & pedicures. Massage and Day Spa packages available. Watch for monthly specials!
Call, text or facebook message for an appointment.

Signature Nails
Mandi Basile
(207) 610-9558
10 years of services for men & women around Castine with nail care that comes to you. It’s a safe, practical & less expensive alternative to a podiatrist in the comfort of your own home.

Lawncare

Unique Lawn Care
Jason & Katie Shook, owners
Commercially Insured
(207) 326-8218
Email: mailto:uniquelawncare82@gmail.com

Lodging

Castine Cottages
33 Snapp’s Way
(207) 326-8003
www.castinecottages.com
2-bedroom cottages each with fully equipped
efficiency kitchen and screen room – water access

Weekly rentals, nightly only if available

The Castine Inn
33 Main Street, PO Box 41
(207) 326-4365
www.castineinn.com
Open from May to October

The Manor Inn
76 Battle Avenue, PO Box 873
(207) 326-4861
www.manor-inn.com
Large Guest Rooms – Great Location
for Weddings, Conferences and Reunions

Pentagoet Inn
26 Main Street, PO Box 4
(207) 326-8616
www.pentagoet.com
Award Winning Vintage Summer Hotel
Gracious Hospitality, Superb Dining

Marine Services & Supplies

David Wyman, PE Naval Architect & Surveyor
PO Box 505
(207) 326-9406
david@dwymanpe.com

Eaton’s Boat Brokerage
17 Sea Street
(207) 326-4727
eatonsboat@gmail.com

Eaton’s Boat Yard
17 Sea Street
(207) 326-8479
eatonsboat@gmail.com
Full Service Marina, Gas, Diesel,
Electrical Hook-up, Moorings, Live Lobster
In-State Hauling

Mainley Marine Services
23 State Street, PO Box 580
(207) 669-5029
www.mainelymarineservices.com
Lance BurtonSAMS Associate Marine Surveyor
Underwater Surveys, Diving and Moorings

Markets

Castine Farmers’ Market
Castine Town Common
www.castinefarmersmarket.org
Thursdays 9:00am to 11:30am in June, July and August

T&C Market
12 Water Street
(207) 326-4818
Groceries – Wine – Beer – Newspapers
Take-out pizza and sandwiches

Windmill Hill Gardens & Market
5 Castine Road (at top of Windmill Hill)
(207)460-1719
Bringing fresh produce, Maine made gourmet food items, hydroponics,
and gardening resources to the Castine community

Media

Penobscot Bay Press – Castine Patriot
(207) 367-2200
www.penobscotbaypress.com

Miscellaneous

Active Corporation
PO Box 1000
(207) 326-9100
www.activecaptain.com

Mainely Solutions
23 State Street, PO Box 580
(207) 326-4246
www.mainelysolutions.us

Rosemary’s Point of View Photography
25 Hatch Cove Road, PO Box 505
(207) 326-9406
rosemary@rosemaryspointofview.com

Museums & Historic Organizations

Castine Historical Society
17 School Street, PO Box 238
(207) 326-4118
www.castinehistoricalsociety.org
Free & Open to the Public
 June 11 – Sept 3 ….. Monday – Saturday: 10-4; Sunday: 1-4
Sept 4 – Oct 8 ….. Friday, Saturday & Monday: 10 – 4; Sunday: 1-4

Wilson Museum
120 Perkins Street, PO Box 196
(207) 326-9247
www.wilsonmuseum.org
Open Late May – September
Monday-Friday 10-5, Saturday & Sunday 2-5
John Perkins House, Smithy, Barn

Real Estate & Rentals

De Raat Realty
11 Main Street, PO Box 329
(207) 326-8448
www.deraatrealty.com

Mainely Rentals, Inc.
17 State Street, PO Box 580
(207) 669-5029
www.mainelyrentals.com
Vacation, Student & Long Term Rentals

Oakum Bay Real Estate
21 Main Street, PO Box 359
(207) 326-8741
www.oakumbay.com
Real Estate and Rentals

Penobscot Rentals
Tim Sampson, Owner
PO Box 1456
Bucksport, ME 04416
(207) 469-0777

Saltmeadow Properties
7 Main Street, PO Box 718
(207) 326-9116
www.saltmeadowproperties.com
Unique Coastal Properties
Locations in Castine and Blue Hill

SureSide Property Management
Scott Vogell
21 Main Street, PO Box 517
(207)266-9392
mailto:suresidepm@gmail.com
http://www.facebook.com/suresidepm/?fref=ts
Real Estate and Seasonal, Vacation & Student Rentals in the Castine area

The Bean Group
Scott Vogell
21 Main Street, PO Box 234
(207) 326-9392
www.themainerealestatenetwork.com

Recreation

Castine Cruises
PO Box 153
(207)701-1421
www.castinecruises.com
Sailing Daily
Day Sails, Sunset Sails, and Private Charters

Castine Golf Club
200 Battle Avenue
(207) 326-8844
www.castinegolfclub.com
Open For Public Play

Castine Kayak Adventures
17 Sea Street, PO Box 703
(207) 866-3506
www.castinekayak.com
Daily Kayak Tours, Bike Rentals

Castine Tennis Club
200 Battle Avenue
(207) 326-9548
Open For Public Play

Castine Touring Company
ctouringc@gmail.com
https://castine-touring-company.business.site
60-Minute Tours on Scarlett, Our Licensed Slow-Moving Vehicle

Castine Yacht Club
Water Street, PO Box 34
(207) 326-9231
www.castineyachtclub.org
Programs Open to the Public

Iyengar Yoga
76 Battle Avenue (at The Manor Inn)
(207) 326-4861
www.manor-inn.com/yoga.htm
Classes M-W-F, 8:30-10:00 am. All Levels

Maine Maritime Academy
Pleasant street, Alexander Oakley Logan Field House
(207) 326-9333
www.mma.edu
Alexander Oakley Logan Field House
Weight Room, Basketball Courts, Climbing Wall

Restaurants

Castine Variety
3 Main Street, PO Box 513
Corner of Main & Water Streets
(207) 326-9920

Danny Murphy’s Pub
5 Sea Street
(207) 326-1004
Pizzas and Bar Menu
We’ll cook when you don’t feel like it

The Manor Inn Pub & Restaurant
76 Battle Avenue, PO Box 873
(207) 326-4861
www.manor-inn.com
Pub Fare and Eclectic Comfort Food

MarKel’s Bakehouse
26 Water Street, PO Box 936
Entrance off of Main Street as well
(207) 326-9510
www.facebook.com/MarkelsBakehouse
Breakfast – Lunch – Coffee – Beer & Wine
Desserts – Catering – Dinners To Go

Pentagoet Inn Restaurant & Pub
26 Main Street, PO Box 4
(207) 326-8616
www.pentagoet.com
Farm to Table, Exceptional Cooking

The Captain’s Catch
5 Sea Street
(207) 460-4212
https://thecaptainscatch.business.site
https://www.facebook.com/castinefreshcatch/
Open 11 AM to 7 PM Daily
Castine ‘s Fresh Catch

The Wharf Restaurant
15 Sea Street, PO Box 215
(207) 326-9045
www.dennettswharfrestaurant.com
Indoor & outdoor seating over the bay
Summer schedule: Serving lunch and dinner 7 days a week

T & C Market
12 Water Street
(207) 326-4818
Take-out pizza and sandwiches

Shops & Galleries

Adam Gallery
140 Battle Ave, PO Box 768
(207) 326-7123
www.adamgalleryonline.com
Oil Paintings by Susan and Joshua Adam

Analog Attic
15 Main Street
(207) 326-5102
Records, Stereos, Photo Equipment, Games from the pre-digital era

Birdsong at the Pentagoet Inn
26 Main Street, PO Box 4
(207) 326-8616
www.pentagoet.com
Unique Gift Shop, Antiques and Whimsy

Castine Historical Society Gift Shop
17 School Street (Abbott School)
(207) 326-4118
www.castinehistoricalsociety.org
Castine-themed history books, gifts, clothing, postcards, and Christmas ornaments

Compass Rose Books
3 Main Street
(207) 326-5034
Owner: Johanna Barrett
compassrosebooks@gmail.com
A curious shop for curious minds

Dunham Gallery
385 Castine Road, PO Box 631
(207) 326-9416

GALLERY B.
5 Main Street
(213) 839-0851
gallerybgallery@gmail.com
www.gallerybgallery.com
Exceptional Contemporary Fine Art and Crafts

Highlands Woodturning
862 Castine Road
(207) 951-5086
www.highlandswoodturning.com
Custom Woodturning, Wood-Turned Art Wood

Mary Margaret’s Mercantile
15 Main Street
(207) 326-5102
Gifts, Clothing, Yarn and more. Always something new.

Maine Maritime Academy Bookstore
(207) 326-9333
0861mgr@fheg.follett.com
College Texts, Uniforms & Memorabilia

Specialty Foods

Castine Condiments
www.castinecondiments.com

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Current News

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, September 23
  • T/G Mtg = ZOOM Wednesday, September 23  8:00 am - 9:00 am 67 Court St, Castine, ME 04421, USA

     

    ·        Call to Order – Colin Powell

    ·        Approve minutes – 8/18/20

    ·        Agenda:

    1) COVID19 Updates

    2) General Discussion

    ·        Public Comments

    ·        Adjourn

     

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  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tour Wednesday, September 23  10:00 am - 11:00 am Castine Historical Society - 17 School Street

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 


    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Wednesday, September 23  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Thursday, September 24
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tour Thursday, September 24  10:00 am - 11:00 am Castine Historical Society - 17 School Street

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 


    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Thursday, September 24  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Friday, September 25
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tour Friday, September 25  10:00 am - 11:00 am Castine Historical Society - 17 School Street

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 


    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Friday, September 25  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Saturday, September 26
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tour Saturday, September 26  10:00 am - 11:00 am Castine Historical Society - 17 School Street

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 


    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Saturday, September 26  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Sunday, September 27
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tours Sunday, September 27  2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 

    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Sunday, September 27  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Monday, September 28
  • Curbside Trash Pick-up Monday, September 28  7:30 am - 8:30 am
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  • Monday Morning Knitting Circle Monday, September 28  11:00 am - 1:00 pm Witherle Memorial Libray

    FMI: Anne Romans 326-4375

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  • Castine Shawl Knitting Ministry Monday, September 28  1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Trinitarian Congregational Parish

    The ministry meets in the vestry of the Trinitarian Congregational Parish of Castine on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 1 - 3 pm.

     

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  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Monday, September 28  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Tuesday, September 29
  • Curbside Recycling Pick-up Tuesday, September 29  7:30 am - 8:30 am
    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Tuesday, September 29  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Wednesday, September 30
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tour Wednesday, September 30  10:00 am - 11:00 am Castine Historical Society - 17 School Street

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 


    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Wednesday, September 30  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Thursday, October 1
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tour Thursday, October 1  10:00 am - 11:00 am Castine Historical Society - 17 School Street

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 


    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Planning Board Work Session Thursday, October 1  7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 67 Court St, Castine, ME 04421, USA

    To review applications for completeness.

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Thursday, October 1  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Friday, October 2
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tour Friday, October 2  10:00 am - 11:00 am Castine Historical Society - 17 School Street

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 


    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Friday, October 2  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Saturday, October 3
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tour Saturday, October 3  10:00 am - 11:00 am Castine Historical Society - 17 School Street

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 


    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Saturday, October 3  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Sunday, October 4
  • Castine Uncovered Walking Tours Sunday, October 4  2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Free, one-hour walking tour of historic Castine. Tours are limited to 10 people, and face coverings are required. Meet at the Castine Historical Society at 17 School Street. 

    The staff and volunteers of the Historical Society lead Castine Uncovered Walking Tours, a fun, informative, outdoor learning experience.

    July 8 through Labor Day:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM and 4 PM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    September 9-October 11:

    • Wednesday-Saturday at 10 AM
    • Sundays at 2 PM

    Meet your guide in front of the Abbott School, and take in the sights and sounds of Castine while learning about our beautiful town and its historical significance.  The tour takes approximately one hour, and will give you an overview of Castine’s history, identify buildings of architectural significance, show you several of our beautiful Elm trees, and point out Fort George, the earthworks of a Revolutionary War British fortification.

    In line with Covid-19 protection protocols, all tour attendees must wear a face covering, practice social distancing, and give name and contact information to their guide for potential contact tracing. Face coverings will be provided to those without one. Please wear good walking shoes. The tour is a little over 1/2 mile long and involves some inclines.  Please note that public restrooms are not available at the Historical Society, but are available at the Castine town dock.

    For more info visit https://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/walking-tours/ 

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Sunday, October 4  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Monday, October 5
  • Curbside Trash Pick-up Monday, October 5  7:30 am - 8:30 am
    See more details
  • Monday Morning Knitting Circle Monday, October 5  11:00 am - 1:00 pm Witherle Memorial Libray

    FMI: Anne Romans 326-4375

    See more details
  • Selectboard/Assessors & Overseers of the Poor Mtg = ZOOM Monday, October 5  4:00 pm - 5:00 pm 67 Court St, Castine, ME 04421, USA
    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Monday, October 5  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details
Tuesday, October 6
  • CHPC Mtg Tuesday, October 6  4:00 pm - 5:00 pm 67 Court St, Castine, ME 04421, USA

    Application deadline is Monday, 9/28

    See more details
  • Acadia Night Sky Festival Kayak Tours Tuesday, October 6  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Castine Kayak Adventures, 17 Sea St, Castine, ME 04421, USA


    Sept 16-21 : Acadia Night Sky Festival

    Bioluminescent and Stargazing Kayak Tours: Castine Kayak Adventures
    "To Celebrate the beauty of the night sky in Downeast Maine," Castine Kayak Adventures is offering:
    Nightly Kayak Paddles in Castine Maine's very own Bioluminescent Bay!
    7-10pm or 7:30-10:30pm
    (offered every evening throughout the summer too!)

    Experience an unforgettable evening paddle in Castine Harbor under a blanket of stars and in the midst of bioluminescent organisms of the water that swirl and light up with every stroke of your paddle. Fascinating! Castine's Harbor is Maine's own Bioluminescent Bay with a unique ecosystem that creates the perfect environment for these glow in the dark phytoplankton to survive and multiply. In our unique "Floating Planetarium, we'll explore the constellations of the stars of the night sky immersed in the bioluminescent stars of the water!
    Tour: $85 Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    BOOK HERE
    or Call 207-866-3506 for reservations.
    www.castinekayak.com
    Featured in DownEast Magazine Sept. 2004 & Boston Globe 2011!

    Acadia Night Sky Festival Website: http://www.acadianightskyfestival.org/
    Maine’s spectacular rocky coast is home to Acadia National Park, and some of the last pristine, star-filled night skies in the eastern United States. Here, the Milky Way shines bright in the largest expanse of naturally dark sky, east of the Mississippi.
    With the rapid loss of dark skies to light pollution receiving national attention, Maine is increasingly being referred to as one place “that still has stars.” We invite you to discover Downeast Maine’s unique commitment to protecting the quality of its starlit nights at this annual celebration.

    See more details