Emerson Hall

Emerson Hall, Castine, Maine - Circa 1928

Emerson Hall – Circa 1928

Emerson Hall, Castine, Maine - Circa 1980

Emerson Hall – Circa 1980

Emerson Hall serves as the Castine Town Hall. On June 26, 1901, the building was officially turned over to the town by Charles Emerson of Dixon, Illinois. It is named in memory of his father, Henry Emerson, a lifelong resident of North Castine. The most recent renovation of Emerson Hall was completed spring of 2013.

Current News

Upcoming Events

Monday, May 20
  • Town Office CLOSED 67 Court St, Castine, ME 04421, USA
  • Curbside Trash pick-up 7:30 am at  
  • Monday Morning Knitting Circle 11:00 am at   Witherle Memorial Libray
  • Selectboard/Assessors & Overseers of the Poor Mtg 4:00 pm at   67 Court St, Castine, ME 04421, USA
  • Thank You Party for Tom & Nancy of the Manor Inn 5:30 pm at   Castine Golf Club
Tuesday, May 21
  • Town Office CLOSED 67 Court St, Castine, ME 04421, USA
  • Curbside Recycling pick-up 7:30 am at  
Wednesday, May 22
  • T/G Mtg 8:00 am at  
Saturday, May 25
  • Annual Plant Sale 9:30 am at   Emerson Hall
Monday, May 27
  • Town Office CLOSED - Memorial Day Holiday 67 Court St, Castine, ME 04421, USA
  • Adams School CLOSED for Memorial Day
  • Memorial Day Parade 10:00 am at   Court Street Cemetery Access Road, Castine, Maine
  • Monday Morning Knitting Circle 11:00 am at   Witherle Memorial Libray
Tuesday, May 28
  • Curbside Trash pick-up 7:30 am at  
  • Shawl Ministry 1:00 pm at   Trinitarian Congregational Parish
Wednesday, May 29
  • Adams School Art Show
Thursday, May 30
  • Adams School Play 6:00 pm at  
Saturday, June 1
  • 15 Sea Street Bar & Grill Grand Opening