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May
29
Tue
Full Moon Yoga at Bug Light Park @ Bug Light Park
May 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Full Moon Yoga at Bug Light Park @ Bug Light Park | South Portland | Maine | United States

Join your community + teacher Kelly Rich for a full moon practice with the intention of CONNECTION. We will breathe, feel, move and groove to the ever changing shifts happening within and without.

Please bring layers of clothing to put on and take off as the weather in the park is very different from even a half mile away.

FMI: https://www.facebook.com/events/458893634568274/

Full Moon Paddle @ Hirundo Wildlife Refuge
May 29 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Embark on a peaceful moonlit paddle down Pushaw Stream. Observe beavers beginning their nightly work under the beams of the moonlight.

Sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank.

FMi: www.facebook.com

Jun
27
Wed
Full Moon Paddle @ Hirundo Wildlife Refuge
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Embark on a peaceful moonlit paddle down Pushaw Stream. Observe beavers beginning their nightly work under the beams of the moonlight.

Sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank.

FMi: www.facebook.com

Jul
26
Thu
Full Moon Paddle @ Hirundo Wildlife Refuge
Jul 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Embark on a peaceful moonlit paddle down Pushaw Stream. Observe beavers beginning their nightly work under the beams of the moonlight.

Sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank.

FMi: www.facebook.com

Aug
25
Sat
Full Moon Paddle @ Hirundo Wildlife Refuge
Aug 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Embark on a peaceful moonlit paddle down Pushaw Stream. Observe beavers beginning their nightly work under the beams of the moonlight.

Sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank.

FMi: www.facebook.com

Sep
23
Sun
Black & White 2 Peak Challenge @ Black Mountain of Maine
Sep 23 @ 7:30 am – 3:00 pm
Black & White 2 Peak Challenge @ Black Mountain of Maine | Rumford | Maine | United States

This trail race offers an exceptionally hilly, technical single-track point to point trail race that takes you up & down 2 mountains. If you’re not begging for mercy during the first climb, you will be on the second. Running this challenging 8.7 mile 2 peak ascent with 2750′ of elevation gain & a 2450′ of loss will definitely make you question your own sanity. The course is both technical & scenic & will have you traversing a large bare ledge, tearing through dense forest, hammering down single-track switchbacks, jumping streams, & up steep slopes.

This is a rugged trail race whose distance & elevation profile comine for an extremely challenging test, even for the fittest endurance athletes. The course travels along hiking trails with sections that must be negotiated very carefully. Make sure to steal a peek or two at the highest elevations..it’ll be worth the effort.

Registration information coming soon!

For registration details and more info, see www.facebook.com.