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View of Schoodic Mountain from the new Schoodic Connector Trail

Schoodic Connector Trail Grand Opening
Saturday, July 9, 9:00 am


Join us to celebrate the new trail connecting Frenchman Bay Conservancy's Baker Hill and Long Ledges Preserves off of Route 1 in Sullivan to Schoodic Mountain and the State Donnell Pond Reserve to the north!  Come learn about the new, unparalleled local hiking opportunities that the Schoodic Connector Trail provides and take a guided hike of a section of this new trail.  Check out a recent Ellsworth American article to learn more or contact eileen@frenchmanbay.org or 207.422.2328 for more information.

Directions:  From the Sullivan side of the Hancock-Sullivan Bridge on coastal Route 1, drive 3.4 miles, take a left on Punkinville Road (just before Sumner High School), drive 2 miles and bear left onto Punkin Ledge Road, then drive 0.7 mile to the Schoodic Bog Rd on your left.  Parking location will be directed upon arrival.

Lobster Dinner at Tidal Falls

July 22, 2016
Pre-paid reservations only. Contact carly@frenchmanbay.org or 207.422.2328 to reserve your tickets today!


Thank you to our 2016 Lobster Dinner sponsors!
RMDavis
Coplon & Associates
Dennis J. King Masonry
Peacock Builders
Loiselle, Goodwin & Hinds
Furbush Roberts
Herrick & Salisbury
Bar Harbor Bank & Trust 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday Music 2016

Monday Music takes place at Tidal Falls Preserve in Hancock on Mondays beginning July 11 at 6:30 pm.  All concerts are free, open to the public, and weather permitting.  Bring a picnic or visit the Thyme Traveler food card.  Cancellations and announcements are posted on Facebook. 
2016 Monday Music Concert Series Schedule

Friends of Taunton Bay & Frenchman Bay Conservancy Joint Lecture Series
Lectures begin at 7:00 pm Fridays at Gordon’s Wharf in Sullivan starting July 8.  Lectures are free and open to the public.  
Friday Night Lecture Series Schedule

Monday Music Concert at Tidal Falls Preserve

Rural Maine Chalet for Sale

Frenchman Bay Conservancy purchased 236 acres to obtain a parcel linking protected lands to enable to construction of the Schoodic Connector Trail. The house on this property and 100 acres will be sold with the proceeds funding FBC's endowment.  The spectacular rural Maine chalet overlooks Long Pond. See Sotheby's listing.
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Frenchman Bay Conservancy
PO Box 150
71 Tidal Falls Road
Hancock, ME 04640
207.422.2328

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