The White Nose Pete Fly Fishing Festival begins Friday June 16th, with a reception at the Rangeley Inn & Tavern at 6:00 PM. There will also be a live auction of top-of-the-line fly-fishing rods. The auction proceeds will benefit The Chamber of Commerce as well as a Non-Profit committed to helping others. The Show Saturday June 17th 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM at The Rangeley Inn, will include arts, books, gear, tying & casting lessons, the chance to try gear from top manufacturers, conservation groups, raffles and much more! More information as the event grows closer!
It’s time to get the Fly Rod Crosby Trail ready for summer hiking! Spend a day in the backcountry, with beautiful views of Maine’s High Peaks including Saddleback and Mt Abram and with wild-life sightings while helping maintain an all-volunteer heritage trail in Madrid Township. Trail work for beginners-advanced. We will be trimming vegetation, removing sticks and blowdowns, and some trail repair/rerouting. Please bring your own water, bug dope, sunblock, raingear, boots, lunch or snack, wading shoes and favorite trail tools. We also have loppers, clippers, gloves, safety glasses and helmets to borrow.
WILTON - The Foothills Land Conservancy (FLC) Annual Meeting will be held on Monday, June 26, at 6:30 p.m., in the Academy Hill School cafeteria in Wilton. Guest speaker will be Lynnette Batt, Project Manager at the Trust for Public Land for Maine and New Hampshire. Batt will be speaking on issues affecting land conservation organizations and future opportunities and concerns for those organizations, such as Foothills. A Farmington native, Batt has worked for American Rivers doing dam removal/river restoration, and at the Placer Land Trust in northern California as their conservation director. In 2022 she joined the Trust for
Visitors will enjoy Non-Profit Vendors with food, live entertainment, games, demonstrations and more - including Rangeley's Great American Dog Parade - all in the splendor of the picturesque lakeside park. The Chamber's online auction will be ongoing (July 2nd - July 4th) On Monday July 3rd, the park will come to life with activities, food and entertainment for all ages, all provided by our area nonprofit organizations. This will be a true family day packed with fun. Festivities begin at 10:00 AM with the Children’s Doll Carriage Parade on Main Street and the Duck Race on Haley Pond, and go
Please join us for a plant-based/vegan potluck on Saturday, July 22, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. at the New Vineyard public beach, Sweets Pond Ln, New Vineyard, ME 04956 ( Also known as Beech Drive) Please bring a dish to share. Everyone is welcome. This outdoor event will be cancelled if raining.
uly 13, 2023 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM Oquossoc Town Park Call (207) 864-2651 for more information The Rangeley Region Guides & Sportsmen’s Association will host its Annual Strawberry Festival on Thursday, July 13th in the Town Park on Rt 4 in Oquossoc. The festival runs from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM and features over 40 crafters and artists. Fresh Strawberry Shortcake will be available along with selections off the grill and hand-cut Guide fries. For more information call Joyce Fay 207-864-2651 Add to your Facebook Events Calendar
July 14, 2023 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM 221 Stratton Road/Rt 16 Call 207-864-3939 for more information MAINE FORESTRY MUSEUMS 42nd ANNUAL LOGGING FESTIVAL & PARADE Rangeley/Dallas Plantation-The Maine Forestry Museum is holding its 42nd Annual Logging Festival Days on Friday and Saturday, July 14th & 15th. The festival is located at our fairgrounds at 221 Stratton Road/Rt 16 in Dallas Plantation. On Friday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM we will have wonderful artists, crafters and vendors, live music, cookout, and our beer garden. Come witness the burying of the beans around 3:00 - 4:00 PM for our Bean Hole Dinner
30th Annual Rangeley Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic - 2 Shotgun Starts August 16, 2023 8:30 AM Rangeley Maine Call 207-864-5571 for more information This popular golf tournament will be a scramble format with prizes for first and second place in 4 categories. There will also be prizes for men's and women's longest drive and closest to the pin. There will be two shotgun starts - the morning round will be at 8:30 AM and the afternoon at 1:30 PM. Registration with payment must be made in advance. For more information, contact the Rangeley Chamber of Commerce at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-864-5571.
Join us for our 7th annual COLOR ME UNITED 5K! Join as we color the town, you can run, walk, or roll through and come out at the end with the most colorful shirt around! Stay tuned for updates on new color stations, prizes and swag. There are prizes for largest team and best costume. Additional the top three finishers in each category (men/women and various age groups) will receive medals.
Join the Maine Outdoor Film Festival for our 9th annual screening with the Rangeley Trail Town Festival to celebrate the Appalachian Trail. Date: Friday, September 1, 2023 Time: Doors at 6:30 PM; Films at 7:00PM Admission: $7 for adults, $4 for AT hikers. and children under 12. Tickets: Available at the door. Location: Rangeley Lakeside Theater – 2493 Main St Rangeley, ME 04970 Presented in partnership with: Rangeley Trail Town Festival Scheduled Program: FASCINATING MAINE FUNGI – 13.4 minutes – by – from Maine – Short synopsis: North Spore founder Eliah Thanhauser teams up with TikTok influencer, mushroom ASMR enthusiast,
Join Maine Local Living School and the Butternut Learning Collective for a day of foraging for, cooking with and preserving wild edible and medicinal mushrooms. We'll start with a walk in the oak-rich woods of Day Mountain in Temple to collect and identify mushrooms, then head to MLLS to practice cooking with mushrooms and enjoy a potluck lunch. We'll also cover a few methods of preserving mushrooms and the basics of mushroom biology and life cycle. Experienced foragers Cynthia Hoeh Stancioff and Jula Moll-Rocek will lead this workshop. Absolute beginners are welcome. Registration is required and the address of the