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Peaks to Portland Swim to Benefit Kids
July 28, 2018
Sign up now for this 2.4 mile historic open water swim from Peaks Island to Portland’s East End Beach.
For more info or to register: ymcaofsouthernmaine.com

May
18
Fri
Hike and Paddle (Beginner) Program @ AMC Medawisla Lodge and Cabins
May 18 – May 20 all-day
Hike and Paddle (Beginner) Program @ AMC Medawisla Lodge and Cabins | Greenville | Maine | United States

This program is designed to get participants familiar with the newest facility Medawisla and the beautiful hiking trails and ponds that surround it. Friday evening before dinner join fellow group members for social time and appetizers. That evening the group will have the opportunity to meet and go for a short evening paddle listening and looking for loons and other wildlife. Saturday morning after a hearty breakfast embark on the day’s hike up nearby Shaw Mountain. This newly cut trail is good for beginners and has some spectacular views of Katahdin and Baxter State Park to the North. Then before dinner our AMC registered Maine Guides can take you back out on the pond to improve your canoeing, kayaking, or paddle board skills. On the last morning before departing enjoy a short hike down the Hinkley Cove Trail where there are beautiful views of 2nd Roach Pond and regular Moose sightings.

FMI: activities.outdoors.org/search/index.cfm/action/details/id/102558

Jun
29
Fri
100th Anniversary: Knubble Bay and Beal Island @ AMC's Knubble Bay and Beal Island
Jun 29 – Jul 1 all-day
100th Anniversary: Knubble Bay and Beal Island @ AMC's Knubble Bay and Beal Island | Georgetown | Maine | United States

Celebrate the Worcester Chapter’s 100 years of history with this traditional outing to AMC’s Knubble Bay and Beal Island facilities on Maine’s tidewater mid coast. On Friday enjoy the Knubble Bay cabin or camping space then on Saturday camp on Beal Island. Canoeist and kayakers of a wide range of abilities are welcome though some paddling experience is required. The emphasis is on good company, good food, and having fun. Two breakfasts and two dinners are included. Provide your own lunches and snacks for Saturday and Sunday. Activities will include Full day paddles on Saturday and half day paddles on Sunday, and/or hiking the Island. Paddling trips will be offered for different levels. PFD’s are required and must be worn at all times while on the water which will be Maine cold. Bring your own canoe or kayak (describe during registration), and your own camping gear. The number of participants is limited. Price : $125 pp. Payment due by May 25th.

FMI: http://activities.outdoors.org/search/index.cfm/action/details/id/103314