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  • Maine Arts Commission

    MissionThe Maine Arts Commission shall encourage and stimulate public interest and participation in the cultural heritage and cultural programs of our state; shall expand the state's cultural resources; and shall encourage and assist freedom of artistic expression for the we...

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  • City Of Hallowell

    The story of Hallowell is the story of America, with science and industry - and not infrequently the weather - dictating the pace of growth, the accumulation of great wealth, and the loss of vast fortunes. The City is named for Benjamin Hallowell, a Boston merchant and one o...

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  • Gaslight Theater

    Gaslight Theater has undergone many changes since its inception in 1937. Originally known as the Augusta Players, Gaslight began as an outgrowth of a women's theater class held at the Augusta YMCA by Maybelle Tarr. Ms. Tarr directed our first production, Arms and the Man, in...

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  • Old South Congregational Church Of Hallowell

    The church now known as the Old South Congregational Church in Hallowell, Maine first gathered on February 25, 1790 as the Congregational Church of Christ of Chester Plantation. It was the second church in the area of Hallowell, which in 1790 consisted of the present towns o...

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  • Maine State Library

    History : In 1836 Maine Legislature authorized the purchase of books and the Maine State Library began to grow. Along with the State archives and the State museum, the State library resides in the Cultural Building, located at the State House complex in Augusta. Maine ...

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  • Hubbard Free Library

    History : Our library holds the distinctin of being the oldest library in the state that still operates from the building originally built for the purpose of serving as a library. We have an extensive collection of books concerning our local and regional history, as well a...

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  • Maine State Archives

    About the Archives The Maine State Archives, a bureau within the Department of Secretary of State, maintains approximately 95 million pages of official State records considered to be permanently valuable. These include bills introduced in the Legislature, Governor's Executi...

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  • Power Play Personal Training

    Whether you are someone who has always wanted to start a program and did not know where to begin or a trained athlete who is aspiring to higher levels of fitness, you have landed on the right site, as this is designed with you in mind. There are many benefits to starting and...

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  • Hallowell Farmers Market

    Market Hours: Summer June 2017 - October 2017Every Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pmLocation: Stevens Commons, 2 Beech Street Winter Open November 5, 20161st and 3rd Saturday, 11AM - 1PM Location: St. Matthew's Episcopal Church...

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  • Maine Governor Paul R. LePage

    About The Governor: Remarkable Life StoryPaul LePage has spent most of his life tackling one challenge after another, the kinds of challenges that defeat most people.The oldest son of eighteen children in an impoverished, dysfunctional family, Governor LePage left home a...

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  • Cox Memorial United Methodist Church

    One of the oldest Methodist houses of worship in Maine.  A Global United Methodist Heritage Site.  Weekly worship at 10am. Handicapped Accessible.  Regular adult studies, childrens sunday school, summer VBS and camp. Open and Affirming....

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  • Whistle Stop Trail

    The Jay to Farmington Trail is 14 miles in length and crosses the scenic western hills of Maine. Overall, the trail surface is gravel but mountain bikers should note that several sections consist of a sandy soil that makes biking difficult. True to the location, the western ...

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  • The Bank of Maine Ice Vault

    The Bank of Maine Ice Vault is dedicated to providing the best recreational on ice experience for every skater. It's fun for the whole family! The Ice Vault is a state of the art facility with a regulation sized ice rink, 2 state of the art conference rooms, and pro shop. Br...

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  • Liberal Cup Public House And Brewery

    I opened The Liberal Cup in 2000, realizing a life-long dream of establishing a traditional English pub on this side of the Atlantic.  At the impressionable age of 17, I had fallen in love with the English country pub--a place for families and friends to gather for all occa...

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  • Four Seasons Adventure Trail

    About Us:The Four Seasons Adventure Trail is a 29 mile multi-use gravel surfaced trail that connects the communities of Newport, Corinna, Dexter, Sangerville and Dover-Foxcroft. Beginning in the Town of Newport, riders tour the countryside to experience views in two areas al...

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  • Aroostook County Snowmobiling

    We invite you to experience what Snogoer Magazine rates as one of the TOP 10 best places to snowmobile in North America. Our system of well groomed, interconnected snowmobile trails is world class. In fact, northern Maine is home to over 2,300 miles of snowmobile trails that...

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Hallowell Town Facts

Hallowell, Maine. Population for Hallowell from the last gathering is 2467. You can view Hallowell venues that host many Hallowell ME events every year.

You can find a ton of properties for sale if you search the Hallowell page on Zillow. Interest rates for Hallowell are at historic lows as well.

Hallowell Maine has a latitude of 44.280399322509766 and a longitude of -69.79149627685547. View the full profile

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