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Yankee Magazine Names Local Maine Establishments to 2014 “Editors’ Choice” List

Yankee Magazine Names Local Maine Establishments to 2014 “Editors’ Choice” List
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The Maine Beaches
Bufflehead Cove—Best Riverside Inn, Kennebunk
Ocean at Cape Arundel Inn—Best Ocean View, Kennebunkport
When Pigs Fly—Best Bread & Pizza, Kittery
Ogunquit Museum of American Art—Best Museum Inside & Out, Ogunquit
Hamilton House—Best Historic House & Garden, South BerwickThe Maine Highlands
SK Tours—Best Tour of Stephen Kingdom, Bangor
Currier’s Flightseeing—Best Moosehead Lake Views, Greenville Junction
5 Lakes Lodge—Best Mountainside Lodge, Millinocket
New England Outdoor Center—Best Adventure Resort, Millinocket
Stutzman’s Farm Stand—Best Farm-to-Fork, Sangerville

Top Events

Call ahead to confirm dates, times, and admission prices. The “Top 20 Events” in Maine, according to Yankee Magazine, include:

MAY 9–10: PORTLAND, Kitchen Tour. Got a penchant for granite countertops, double ovens, and new design ideas? Get your fix by peeking into six of the most intriguing kitchens in the city. Each stop on the self-guided tour features a chef or cookbook author, plus a cooking demonstration or tasting. thedivineseries.com

MAY 15–18: BAR HARBOR, Taste of Bar Harbor. Featuring local establishments committed to creating epicurean delights, the festival presents cooking classes, brewery tours, and tastings. Experience the “Dessert Night Competition, ” the “Pub Tour,” the popular “Chef’s Table,” and new this year, “Waiter Wars,” plus the “Local Producer’s Showcase.” barharborinfo.com

MAY 16–18: FRYEBURG, Northern New England Home, Garden & Flower Show. Embrace spring as Fryeburg Fairgrounds is transformed into a showcase of gardening and home-improvement opportunities. More than 350 booths, plus seminars, cooking demonstrations, garden and landscape displays, irresistible fair food, and more. 800-359-2033; homegardenflowershow.com

MAY 23–26: TRESCOTT, Down East Spring Birding Festival. Visit the Cobscook Bay area for a special birding experience with independent explorations as well as professionally guided hikes, sightseeing boat rides, and sunset cruises—plus expert-led lectures. 207-733-2233 x330; cclc.me/birdfest

JUNE 8: PORTLAND, Old Port Festival. The city kicks off the summer season with a downtown celebration featuring live music on multiple stages, locally made arts and crafts, tempting food items, kids’ activities, and more. 207-772-6828; portlandmaine.com

JUNE 20–22: NEW SWEDEN, Midsummer Fest. Pay homage to the area’s Swedish heritage with a weekend of events that range from fiddle and accordian music and traditional dance to costumed interpreations, delicious foods, and more. Events at Thomas Park and other downtown locales. 207-896-5200; maineswedishcolony.info

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Communications manager Heather Atwell manages the magazine’s public relations efforts. She also writes the blog Outdoor Adventures for YankeeMagazine.com.
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4 Responses to Yankee Magazine Names Local Maine Establishments to 2014 “Editors’ Choice” List

  1. Candi Soll May 8, 2014 at 7:48 pm #

    I only saw three places in central Maine. We do get forgotten we call this the other Maine.

    Check out Soll’s Antiques on Facebook.. in Canaan, Maine. We actually got a placement many years ago.

    The grainery in Skowhegan

    River Roads Gallery, Local art, jewelry, wood, knitted item etc etc.

  2. Lolly May 9, 2014 at 10:26 pm #

    I was wondering why NOWETAH’s Indian Store & Museum was not listed in the Lakes & Mountains Region! It is a one-of-a-kind INCREDIBLE collection of Native Art you will never see anywhere else! To me, this is a unbelievable oversight! Your writers had to drive right by it to go from Carrabassett Valley to Farmington. I am guessing they never even stopped to see what was there.

  3. Beth Felipe November 30, 2014 at 10:33 am #

    Hi,

    I am looking for a recent article on Hallowell, ME and the music scene there. Did I dream it?

    Thanks

    Beth

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