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  • Lincolnville Historical Society School House Museum

    About Us : The Lincolnville Historical Society was founded in 1975 to stimulate community interest in the history of the Town of Lincolnville including, but not confined to, its early government, industries, agriculture, schools, churches, organizations and its people. T...

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  • Town Of Lincolnville

    The Town of Lincolnville is located at the southern corner of Waldo County on the Maine Coast, approximately midway between Portland and Mt. Desert Island. ...

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  • Ararat Farms

    Each week, we will pack a variety of vegetables (and some fruits) into your share. Our aim is to supply you and your family with all the fresh produce you'll need. In each weekly share, we will try to provide:An allium, such as leeks, onions, or garlic . A leafy green, such ...

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  • Lincolnville Farmers Market

    About The Lincolnville Market is held in Lincolnville Center in a building that was formerly an antique shop. It has a cozy feel, and there is often a community event going on in conjunction with the market. There are just a just a few vendors who provide a great range of f...

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  • Northport Golf Club

    About Us:The Northport Golf Club was established in 1916. It is a classic nine hole, par 36 layout featuring some alternate teeing grounds for a full eighteen hole round. The course stays well maintained and is very walker friendly, with short distances from green to tee. If...

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  • Cellardoor Winery

    Open in-season:April 9 - May 8: Thursday - Sunday, 12PM - 5PMMay 9 - October 12: 7 days per week, 11AM - 6PMFall/Winter Hours (October 13 - December 24); 7 days per week, 11AM - 5PMClosed off-season (December 25 - April 8) (But please give us a call if you would like to visi...

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  • Lincolnville Community Library

    The Lincolnville Community Library will open February 1, 2014 in a renovated one-room schoolhouse. In October 2012 nearly 200 people helped pull the old center schoolhouse across Main Street to its new home. Since then a large team of professional contractors and volunteers ...

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  • Bald Rock Mountain Trail

    (0.5 mile, easy to moderate): Bald Rock Trail is accessed at a junction on the Multi-use Trail 1.3 miles south of the parking lot on ME Route 173. The Bald Rock Trail heads east to a barren 1,200' summit for which the mountain was named. Many regard this trail as offering th...

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  • Warren Island State Park

    Serenity describes this park that's tucked away in Penobscot Bay where visitors use their own boat to access the island. The park is designed for the boating public, and there is no public ferry transportation to the island. No phones are available on the island ensuring a R...

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  • Lincolnville Fine Art Gallery

    Lincolnville Fine Art Gallery was founded to promote the work of seasoned Maine artists.  Our focus is to provide professional gallery space for our artist works to be shown to art collectors and the general public.  Our paintings, sculptures, pottery and jewelry ...

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  • Lincolnville Health Center

    The Lincolnville Health Center, Medicare and Medicaid (MaineCare) certified and participating in most health insurance plans, has a dedicated, friendly staff that is ready to get you the care you need, when you need it. The Center is a participating site of the Maine Breast ...

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  • Sewall Orchard

    About Us:Sewall Orchard is located in Lincolnville, Maine on the south side of Levensellar Mountain at an elevation of 250-500 feet above sea level. The top of our blueberry field rises high above the orchard and looks out over the Camden Hills State Park and parts of Penobs...

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  • Andy’s Brew Pub - Lobster Pound Restaurant

    The Lobster Pound Restaurant started in the early 1920's with 60 seats.  Barney and Ruth McLaughlin purchased it from Inga Chase in 1956. In the early 1970's an Addition that increased the seating capacity to 120 was made to the southeast dining room. Richard and Lynn Mclau...

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  • Beyond the Sea Book Festival
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Lincolnville Town Facts

Lincolnville, Maine. Population for Lincolnville from the last gathering is 2042. You can view Lincolnville venues that host many Lincolnville ME events every year.

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Lincolnville Maine has a latitude of 44.312400817871094 and a longitude of -69.0906982421875. View the full profile

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