• Join artist Jennifer Linskey on Thursday, June 27th for a day of painting and drawing at historic Castle Tucker. Unleash your inner artist! The view is fabulous and the house is a fascinating Maine treasure. Beginners are welcome. The day begins at 10 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m.

  • The 34th annual Charles Begin Memorial Lobster Boat Races were held in Boothbay Harbor Saturday, June 15. Here are some scenes. Results will be published later.

  • Midcoast Conservancy’s second annual Love the Lake Regatta will be held on Saturday, July 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Rolling Acres in Jefferson. Home to the Joseph A. Fiore Art Center, Rolling Acres has a spectacular stretch of shoreline on Damariscotta Lake.

  • Wins were pretty scarce for Wiscasset Middle High School’s athletic teams this school year but the Wolverines set the bar high for their Mountain Valley Conference rivals.

  • There’s gonna be a lot of wake goin’ on this weekend with the start of the 34th lobster boat racing season Saturday, June 15 at 10 a.m. with the Charles Begin Memorial Races right here in Boothbay Harbor. Sign up begins at 9 a.m. Racing fee: $25.

  • The Wiscasset Planning Board approved Chewonki Foundation’s girls’ camp after a quick public hearing June 10. A few members of the public were present, but none had questions about the project. The board did a site walk two weeks ago.

  • Come to beautiful Damariscotta for Healthy Kids’ annual Strawberry Shortcake Shuffle, a 5K run and fitness walk. This is a fun event for all ages, and all proceeds directly benefit child abuse prevention. Age categories for 5K include: 1-5, 4-9; 10- 14; and 15-19 and adults.

  • Midcoast Conservancy welcomes Aidan Manahan to its seasonal staff as the 2019 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) crew leader.

  • Registration is underway for high school-age Wiscasset-area girls’ and boys’summer soccer.

    Practice for the girls is held Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and start on June 17.

  • The 50th annual Special Olympics Maine State Summer Games are fast approaching. Over 1,500 athletes, ages 8-88 have been training, planning, and now packing for this exciting event.

  • The Coast Guard Auxiliary’s next boating class at USCG Station Boothbay Harbor will be “Suddenly in Command,”

  • Wolverine Coach Josiah Winchenbach had one state champion at the state Class C track and field meet hosted by Blue Hill High School in Farmington Saturday. Josie Harrington of Chop Point School won the high jump by clearing a height of 5’2”.

  • The Wiscasset Middle High School boys track and field team took third place in the Busline League Championship meet May 23 at Medomak High School. Wiscasset’s boys and girls teams posted several personal best and championship performances.

  • Maine Maritime Museum
    Schooner Mary E

    Beginning June 5, Maine Maritime Museum is excited to offer sailing trips aboard the 1906 schooner Mary E., the last surviving schooner built on the Kennebec River, was purchased and restored by the museum, and relaunched in 2018. Mary E Kennebec River Sails will

  • Wiscasset Middle High School’s Wolverines finished the boys high school baseball season winless May 30. And Boothbay Region High School’s Seahawks finished a disappointing season on a high note, defeating the Wolverines 11-1.