Only a little time left to see two great maritime exhibits in Searsport (Oct. 15) and in Bath (Oct. 22)!

6 October 2017
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GONE FISHING! 2017 Exhibit at the Penobscot Marine Museum (Searsport, ME) | Runs through October 15, 2017 | The new exhibit explores the world of Maine’s commercial fisheries through exhibits and programs that will entertain and educate children and adults alike. Learn more

SEE THE LIGHT: The Preservation of Midcoast Maine Lighthouses at the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath, ME | Runs through October 22, 2017 | The new millennium has seen the U.S. Coast Guard handing over stewardship of the nation’s lighthouses to the public and private sectors. With the participation of at least a dozen Midcoast Maine lighthouse organizations, See the Light, on view in the Marjorie W. Kramer Gallery, surveys the challenges and success stories of preserving these iconic maritime structures. Learn more

Experience Maritime Maine is a multi-regional initiative whose mission is to celebrate the rich heritage, culture, and dramatic natural beauty of Maine’s coast through collaborative promotion of an array of experiences. Maine maritime events, interactive maps, podcasts can be found at: http://www.experiencemaritimemaine.org


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Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport Maine
Fishing net outside the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport Maine
Exhibit on Maine Fisheries at the Penobscot Marine Museum
Front of the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport Maine
Maine Maritime Exhibit at the Penobscot Marine Museum
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