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Madison, ME
(range: 15 miles)
Located amidst stately pines and white birch on the western shore of Wesserunsett Lake, Lakewood is the State Theater of Maine and America's oldest and most famous summer theater. Lakewood's tradition is long in years, deep in sentiment, and steadfast in endurance. Now entering its 120th Season, Lakewood offers exceptional performances of comedies, dramas, musicals, and children's shows from late-May through mid-September. We invite you to experience the excitement of live theater.  (This excerpt taken from the Lakewood Theater website)
As part of its mission as a collecting and teaching museum, the Colby College Museum of Art houses a diverse collection with a focus on American and contemporary art. The American Heritage Collection, gift of Edith and Ellerton Jetté, includes 76 works by American folk artists. The gift of the Lunder Collection in 2013 constitutes one of the most important art collections ever to be donated to a liberal arts college, and it provides an important complement to earlier holdings of 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century American sculpture, late-19th-century American painting, Stieglitz circle and contemporary art. (This excerpt taken from the The Colby College Museum of Art website)
Titcomb Mountain is affordable and family-oriented. We offer season passes with Farmington Ski Club membership, as well as full and half-day tickets. Ages 5 and under & 70 and over ski for free. Children’s lesson programs are available after-school and on Saturdays. Private lessons are available for children and adults most days when we are open for skiing. Ski and snowboard rental equipment is available on-site from Northern Lights Rental Shop. The Titcomb Mountain Lodge offers a large stone fire-place and a cafeteria with home-cooked items, as well as an outdoor patio and fire pit. (This excerpt taken from the Titcomb Mountain website)
Our purpose at the Cole Land Transportation Museum is to collect, preserve, and display (before they disappear forever) a cross section of Maine's land transportation equipment from which this and future generations will gain knowledge of the past. (This excerpt taken from the Cole Land Transportation Museum website)
At 4,237 feet tall, Sugarloaf offers the best winter playground you could imagine, but it's the people (the Sugarloafers) that make it special! They preach the Sugarloaf gospel across the globe, taking our ubiquitous blue triangle with them. All it takes is one visit and you'll be a Sugarloafer for life. (This excerpt taken from the Sugarloaf website)
Everywhere you look there's endless excitement and the kind of thrills you just don't find anywhere else. Experience 1,000 Vegas-style slots, big-time tables, thrilling harness racing, and the kind of red carpet service you can only find in Hollywood. (This excerpt taken from the Hollywood Casino at Bangor website)
Located in the heart of Downtown Bangor, Maine Discovery Museum provides unique educational opportunities for children and families in Maine. Check out our hands-on, interactive exhibits, and spend the day learning through play with your family! What will you discover at the Maine Discovery Museum? (This excerpt taken from the Maine Discovery Museum website)
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Bangor, ME
(range: 39 miles)
The Linda G. and Donald N. Zillman Art Museum – University of Maine permanent collection consists of over 4,000 works of art with a concentration in original prints and photography. The collection features works of art created since 1900 with particular emphasis on contemporary art (1945-present).  (This excerpt taken from the Zillman Art Museum website)
Founded in 1896, the Bangor Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to provide powerful, enriching and diverse musical experiences through live concert performances and education programs of the highest quality. (This excerpt taken from the Bangor Symphony Orchestra website)
Lake St. George State Park is located 16 miles west of Belfast and 25 miles east of Augusta on the northwest shore of beautiful Lake St. George. State Route 3 ran parallel and close to the lake, which was originally part of a farmstead. The centerpiece of the park is Lake St. George itself. Some of the park's campsites are located right on the shoreline where a morning cup of coffee can be enjoyed while watching the sun rise over the crystal clear water. (This excerpt taken from the Lake St. George State Park website)
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