Trade Day sponsored by the Schoodic Area Chamber of Commerce– The areas longest yard sale. Families from Sullivan, Gouldsboro, Winter Harbor, Franklin and Sorrento will be selling items at great prices. Start your day with a Pancake Breakfast at the Masonic Hall ( Harbor and School St) in Winter Harbor from 7-10am. Shop until you drop and then have lunch at one of our local eateries. Leave time for the natural beauty and crashing waves of Schoodic Point in Acadia National Park.
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The location has been settled for the site of the new high school. It will be located on the property of the current High school. The new high school will replace the current one that is currently 65 years old. Click on the following link to read more about this story written by David Roza of the Ellsworth American. New High School
The holidays are a great time to reflect on the year that has almost reached it’s finish, to enjoy good times with your family, and (as this story relates too) give back to the community and help out your fellow community members. Lois Crowley, and other members of the community are doing great things for the kids and folks who live here. If you’re looking for a nice holiday story click on the following link “Happy Holiday Story” and read a great article written by Jack Dodson of the Ellsworth American.
It may not have been the sunniest day, but it was still a great day for lobster boat racing. There was some fun out on the water for sure. If you haven’t seen a lobster boat race you can get a chance next year as well. There’s one every year on the second Saturday in August. The sun came out soon after and the Lobster feast, Craft Fair, Parade, Ice Cream eating contest, and Fireworks were an amazing success. Pencil in this event for next year if you can! Click on the link to read a great article that talks about the boat races from the Ellsworth American, Boat Races
Please be advised that there won’t be the George Schafer Memorial 5k at this years lobster festival. We hope to have it again in subsequent years. We apologize for any inconvenience. Continue reading “Winter Harbor Lobster Festival 5k has been canceled for this year.”
For those of you looking for a chance to take a pottery class, or get some guidance on drawing techniques, or any myriad of artistic endeavors the Schoodic Arts Festival is a fantastic opportunity to learn something new, or further develop a skill you have. Art, mixed with the charm of a small coastal town, during the summer is a wonderful combination. Click on the following link to be taken to a story that talks more about this festival and how you can be apart of it. The story is written by Jacqueline Weaver for the Ellsworth American. Schoodic Arts Festival
Great news for area residents and visitors to the area. Bunkers Wharf Restaurant will be opening back up for this next season. A great spot to relax, eat some good food, and take in the scenery. Located on beautiful Bunkers Harbor with access by land and sea! Please read the great story written by Jacqueline Weaver of the Ellsworth American about this restaurant. “Bunkers Wharf”
With a successful summer season in the books the Schoodic Marine Center is looking to build off a good season with some improvements to their facilities. The Marine Center is located on Sargent Street in Winter Harbor and is located at the landing site of the ferries. Visitation was up across the board, including on the ferries that run between Winter Harbor with Bar Harbor. Please click and read the article written by Jacqueline Weaver of the Ellsworth American to find out about their improvement plans. “Schoodic Marine Center”