LifeFlight’s annual fundraiser is a remote event where participants “cross” their favorite part of Maine by swimming, paddling, hiking, biking, running, sailing, rowing and more. This unique event aims to connect the corners of Maine with hundreds of individual “crossings” much like LifeFlight connects patients from all over the state to the critical care they need. This unique statewide event has raised more than $1.8 million to help LifeFlight carry out its lifesaving mission. The breathtaking waters, mountains and trails of Maine are legendary… find your favorite place, or a new one, and make your crossing epic!
Central Maine’s largest food and music festival, with live entertainment, beer and wine gardens, brew samplings, vendor booths, restaurants, food trucks – a full day of adult-focused activity. (No one under 21 admitted). Listen to the sounds of Downeast Brass, Borderline Express music headliner Stolen Mojo and more
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 – Noon to 11 p.m.
Head of Falls, Waterville, ME
Head to SailMaine at 77 Thames Street in Portland for two days of fun on the water to support their scholarships and outreach programs to the Southern Maine community. Build a team, sail fast, have a great time, and raise money to help SailMaine reach its goal. For more information, or to register your team, contact 207-772-SAIL or [email protected]
Friends of Acadia will host its Annual Benefit on Saturday, August 14, 2021, at 7:00 pm. The online/virtual benefit includes a live and silent auction, and an exciting paddle raise to help Green Acadia. Help celebrate Acadia National Park and raise critical funds for conservation projects in the park.
Phone: text the word ACADIA to 843-606-5995 and follow the link to register
Computer: visit EVENT.GIVES/ACADIA to reserve your ticket to the live event
There is no ticket cost this year!
Books in Boothbay is the largest single-day literary event in Maine. This free, family-friendly fair brings together Maine authors and book lovers of all ages for an annual celebration at the Boothbay Harbor Railway Village Museum. With an ever-changing lineup of more than 30 writers spanning all genres, authors showcase their most recent publications, meet fans, and sign books.
Proceeds from on-site book sales are shared between Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library and the Boothbay Harbor Railway Village Museum.
Admission to Books in Boothbay is always free, and there is something for everyone!
9am-noon & 1pm-4pm