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Ageless Maine is the magazine for people over 50 who look at their life as one filled with adventure, joy, and discovery. This is the magazine for people who have learned from their experiences and fearlessly and energetically look forward to the years that lie ahead—and to getting the most out of every moment. Ageless will cover topics that matter—from responsible investment strategies, to adjusting to being an empty nester, to wellness tips that will help you live life to its fullest. And each month we’ll profile your contemporaries who are still making a difference. You are active, you are engaged, and you are ageless.
Summer in Bethel is, in many ways, a mirror image of winter— without the snow. Golf replaces skiing, you still can take a lift up the mountain or hike up, and zip lines provide some of the excitement of snowmobiling or sledding. This year also marks Bethel’s 250th anniversary.
Portland’s majestic park plays an important part in the narrative of the city.
Retired U.S. Navy Commander David Patch remains dedicated to serving Maine veterans.
Volunteers help scientists monitor and protect Southern Maine’s beaches.
Summer in Maine is short and sweet. Get out there and enjoy it.
Maine is characterized by its abundance of ocean shoreline, lakes, and rivers. Because much of that water is pretty cold, being on it is often preferable to being in it. Here are a few noteworthy ways to get out on the state’s countless waterways.
Rethinking sustainable and meaningful work in a changing labor market.
A well-traveled couple finds a way to live large while downsizing in the vibrant community of Highland Green.
At her Lincolnville café and entertaining friends, Susan Barnes brings joy and healing through food.