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Events & Things to Do in Midcoast & Penobscot Bay, ME, Maine Filter

Boothbay Harbor Windjammer Days

Boothbay Harbor, ME June 26 - July 2

Windjammer Days marks the kick off to summer in the Boothbay region and is a time to reconnect with family, friends and neighbors after the long winter, an opportunity to support local businesses and welcome visitors. It is a time to honor our maritime history and celebrate the vital role… SEE MORE

Camden Classics Cup 2022

Camden, ME July 28 - July 30

The Camden Classics Cup is one of the world’s most beautiful regattas - sailed where the mountains meet the sea off the lovely harbor town of Camden, Maine.  The Camden Classics Cup aims to give sailors the time of their lives with terrific on-the-water racing, and stellar onshore events. Presented… SEE MORE

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9 Steps You Can Take To Mitigate Flooding

7/1/2022 by Editor

By Lily Cao Flooding is a significant problem for buildings all around the world, including architectural treasures like the Farnsworth House that have been plagued by the issue time and time again. In particular, one-third of the entire continental U.S. are at risk of flooding this spring, especially the Northern… SEE MORE

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July 4th Forecast: Typical Summer Weather

6/30/2022 by Editor

By NOAA. If you are wondering how the weather forecast is shaping up in your area for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend, you’ve come to the right place. Typical summer weather is expected for much of the U.S. with scattered showers and thunderstorms from parts of the Southwest to… SEE MORE

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Full Thunder Moon in July

6/28/2022 by Editor

By moongiant.com July’s full moon is called the Full Thunder Moon, after the frequent thunderstorms that roll in during early summer. Thunderstorms are more likely to form in humid environments during summer because of the moist, hot air rising from the ground to the higher, colder parts of our atmosphere.… SEE MORE

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Be A Citizen Scientist

6/27/2022 by Editor

Volunteer opportunities Observe your world. Help the planet. Be a citizen scientist for NOAA. By NOAA. Help NOAA predict, observe and protect our changing planet by making your own contributions toward a greater understanding of our Earth and its diverse systems. Whether it’s helping count whales in Hawaii or reporting on… SEE MORE