Otis

Named for James Otis, this town is located in western Hancock County and was first occupied in 1805. It was incorporated in 1835. Thirty five of its men served in the Civil War. Beech Hill Pond, and other ponds, are major attractions in this area.

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6/10/19 9/2/19

Risky Business: Square Rigged Ships and Salted Fish

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6/21/19 8/16/19

DLLT Outdoor Film Series

Hosted on the ballfield in Grand Lake Stream, Downeast Lakes Land Trust (DLLT) is thrilled to host...

6/30/19 7/28/19

Bar Harbor Music Festival

Acclaimed by Phi Beta Baton as “…one of the nation’s proving grounds for gifted young artists,” the...

7/10/19 8/7/19

Afternoon High Tea at Woodlawn

Enjoy Woodlawn’s afternoon high tea in an enchanting setting.

7/23/19

Exhibit Talks: Castine Historical Society

In this three-part series, Curator Paige Lilly will lead a tour and discussion on different aspects...

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Deals
5/27/19 10/14/19

Two Day Sea Kayaking Getaway On Penobscot Bay

Enjoy the serenity of a quintessential Maine village by water and by land. Spend the morning, 9-12 or afternoon, 1-4, kayaking among classic wooden sailboats and explore the maritime environment and nearby islands with the professional Maine...

5/27/19 10/14/19

Sea Kayaking & Biking Adventure Package! w/B&B

Spend three days exploring by land and sea! Sea kayak with Castine Kayak's experienced sea kayak guides and knowledgeable naturalists/historians. You'll gain a well rounded understanding of the area and its local history as well as exploring and visiting...

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