Portland Maine Events

As the state's largest beer festival, more than 70 craft brewers from Maine will be on hand to talk to attendees about the finer points of brewing. On Saturday, June 22, the annual Maine Craft Beer Festival will begin at the Portland Convention Center and run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Auctions and articles will showcase the activities of this wonderful summer in Maine and the places to go and go. Take a tour on a light green bus with an experienced guide who will take you to distilleries, breweries and wineries in the area.

Bids for the July 4 event will be placed for the Summer of Maine auction, which ends at 12: 45 p.m. Visit or come to the event, which will be an ongoing demonstration of Maine Auctions Summer Auction, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The auction will take place from 11: 00-12: 30, with a closing time of 14: 00, and the auction will be open to the public from 14: 15-15.

American, European and even local Maine works can all be found at the Portland Museum of Art. The exhibition includes paintings, ceramics, sketches and sculptures and includes works by artists from the United States and around the world. American artists who are known for their work in Maine - not to mention their emigration to Maine, where they created their masterpieces. This is the kind of event where you just can't resist a historic lighthouse, so come in!

Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse was built in 1897 and is the oldest lighthouse in the United States and the only one of its kind in Maine. It has been designed to look like a Greek monument from the 4th century and is unique in that there is a small lighthouse at the end of the crusher. The special thing about this film is that you have the opportunity to view it in its original state - the type of lighting.

The Portland Observatory is an imposing seven-story building and the only surviving maritime signal tower in America and one of the oldest in the United States.

Located just off Interstate 95 in Auburn, Maine, this hotel offers modern amenities and comfortable accommodations. It is close to attractions and leisure activities, including an excellent ski location. Located in the heart of downtown Portland, this all-suite Portland Maine hotel is just a short walk from downtown and offers a variety of amenities including a full-service restaurant and bar, a fitness center, outdoor pool and spa, and access to a variety of outdoor activities.

Whether you're on water or on land, this Maine center is the perfect mix of good activities and don't take our word for it, Portland has your appetite satisfied. Whether you're exploring sights or attractions, you won't have a problem whetting your sightseeing appetite, especially with the remaining historic signal tower in the heart of the city. Head down to the waterfront for some of Maine's most popular restaurants and bars, as well as a variety of outdoor activities.

Old Orchard Beach has lobster dip for Special Olympics fundraisers and Portland has a polar dip to benefit Camp Sunshine. The Maine Maple Sugar Shack shows you how maple syrup (also known as liquid gold) is made at its annual festival, which usually takes place on the third weekend in March. They provide free samples and show their maple syrup making in - a - sugar hut that grows tons of Maine lobster. This festival offers a variety of food, music, art, crafts, food trucks, live music and much more.

Among the exhibits for the 2019 season is the Bath Savings Institution, sponsored by the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Resources of Maine, Maine State University and the University of Maine in Portland.

Watch kayaking, paddling and juggling, enjoy Maine food, see large sailing ships parade and behave like the most famous. As boats sail past and arrive at the lantern balcony, you can climb to the top of the tower's lantern dome and be rewarded with spectacular views of Maine's most famous landmarks, such as the Penobscot River and the Maine State Capitol.

Although there are many events in Portland, Maine, this one is definitely on our list because it's a summer day in the beer sky. Enjoy nationally acclaimed performers presenting a wide range of programs and have the chance to align with world-class musicians and from the region.

Join the South Portland Historical Society for a day of hang-gliding fun in the sun at the Portland Museum of Natural History. Children love Santa and children love Santa, so why not join in?

The ferry takes you to Peaks Island, where you will enjoy a relaxed lifestyle and certainly enjoy the scenic views of Mount Desert Island and the coast of Maine. The route runs along the scenic Maine coast, which is breathtaking - past vacation homes, nature reserves and scenic hiking trails.

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