Archive for February, 2015

Resort Activities 2/28-3/5

February 25, 2015

“If you don’t like the weather in Maine…wait five minutes”
All Mainers know that you just can’t count on our weather to stay the same for any reasonable period of time. That’s why we will always try to run the majority of our activities as scheduled, rain or shine, warm or cold.
ATTENTION: Our winter conditions change so drastically that these trips may utilize snowshoes, traction grips, or hiking poles, to ensure the best experience and the most fun possible!

Saturday February 28th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Sunday March 1st 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Monday March 2nd 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

wintery8:45-11:15am Walking Tour of the Marginal Way
Join us on a guided tour of Maine’s most famous footpath. See the sights and learn the fascinating story behind this special piece of coastline. Tour participants will need to be comfortable walking up to 2.5 miles. This is a spectacular trip that will demand the attention of your camera! Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

12:00-4:00pm Beaver Ponds, Mountain Tops, and Mysterious Rock Formations
Come explore an old colonial road with an incredible landscape. This hike is 3.6 miles long and contains a natural earth and stone trail with moderate terrain. The trip will take you through some very interesting physical features not typically seen all on one trail. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

Tuesday March 3rd 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Snowshoe Hike at Mt Apatite_2028:45-11:45am Mountain Trail Hike
Come experience the beauty of our coastal mountains and the best views Southern Maine has to offer! The trail has moderate terrain and is 2 miles long. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

12:30-3:30pm Coastal Reserve Walk
Follow Jeff as he guides you through this spectacular Research Reserve. The trails traverse through upland fields, woodlands, salt marsh, and out to a beautiful sandy beach. This is a superb spot to enjoy nature in all her seasons. Participants will also learn about coastal ecology and the history of a saltwater farm. Don’t forget your camera as this is one of the last pristine pieces of Southern Maine coastline! The walk will be about 1.5 miles long. Dress appropriately for weather conditions and bring some water. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. There is a $4 entry fee for adults and $1 fee for kids ages 6-16(exact change works best). Meet by the Lobby for departure.

Wednesday March 4th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

snow wells 28:45-12:45pm Old World River Trek
We will travel along the back roads through beautiful farmland and quaint home sites on route to an inland preserve. Once there, we will follow a 2 mile trail that leads through a majestic old world forest and along the banks of Southern Maine’s most historic river. Here, you will learn the history of the river and story behind the historic house that sits upon the hill. Participants will need to be in good physical condition in order to complete the trail in a moderate walking pace. With incredible forest trails, beautiful river views, and a historic estate, this trip has it all! Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. There is a $3 entry fee for adults. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

3:15-4:00pm Pool Volleyball
Meet in the pool for a fun game of volleyball. This is a great game for both kids and adults. Get your exercise while having a blast!

Thursday March 5th 2015
8:00-8:30am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

_______________________________________________________________________________________________
*Board games and cards can be borrowed from their new storage cubby directly across from the Front Desk.

***We also have a selection of lawn games that can now be signed out from the Front Desk. The games are located in a storage container behind building 1, next to the basement entrance. Games include: badminton, soccer, football, horseshoes, bocce, and more!

*Cold Weather Packing List*

DRESS FOR SUCCESS!
This means something a little different here in Maine. Having fun outside during the colder months in Maine is easy. Just remember, “Mainers don’t believe in bad weather…just bad clothing.” So, come prepared and enjoy the Maine outdoors!

• Always dress in layers…you can always take it off if you get too warm but you can’t put in on if you didn’t bring it!
• Long underwear, wool blend socks, and moisture wicking materials go a long way for your core layer.
• Warm boots, gloves, hats, and scarves are key to extending your outdoor playtime. Be sure your boots and gloves are waterproof if you like being dry!
• Your outer layer should be waterproof and breathable. This includes pants! Rain pants and snow or ski pants are crucial if you really want to have fun and enjoy all of Maine’s moods.
• Fleece makes for a great layering garment because of its light weight and warm characteristics.
Don’t forget a good umbrella. You only have to use it once to be worth its weight in gold.

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Resort Activities 2/21-2/26

February 17, 2015

“If you don’t like the weather in Maine…wait five minutes”
All Mainers know that you just can’t count on our weather to stay the same for any reasonable period of time. That’s why we will always try to run the majority of our activities as scheduled, rain or shine, warm or cold.
ATTENTION: Our winter conditions change so drastically that these trips may utilize snowshoes, traction grips, or hiking poles, to ensure the best experience and the most fun possible!

Saturday February 21st 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Sunday February 22nd 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Monday February 23rd 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

wintery8:45-11:15am Walking Tour of the Marginal Way
Join us on a guided tour of Maine’s most famous footpath. See the sights and learn the fascinating story behind this special piece of coastline. Tour participants will need to be comfortable walking up to 2.5 miles. This is a spectacular trip that will demand the attention of your camera! Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

12:00-4:00pm Beaver Ponds, Mountain Tops, and Mysterious Rock Formations
Come explore an old colonial road with an incredible landscape. This hike is 3.6 miles long and contains a natural earth and stone trail with moderate terrain. The trip will take you through some very interesting physical features not typically seen all on one trail. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

Tuesday February 24th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Snowshoe Hike at Mt Apatite_2028:45-11:45am Mountain Trail Hike
Come experience the beauty of our coastal mountains and the best views Southern Maine has to offer! The trail has moderate terrain and is 2 miles long. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.
12:30-3:30pm Coastal Reserve Walk
Follow Jeff as he guides you through this spectacular Research Reserve. The trails traverse through upland fields, woodlands, salt marsh, and out to a beautiful sandy beach. This is a superb spot to enjoy nature in all her seasons. Participants will also learn about coastal ecology and the history of a saltwater farm. Don’t forget your camera as this is one of the last pristine pieces of Southern Maine coastline! The walk will be about 1.5 miles long. Dress appropriately for weather conditions and bring some water. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. There is a $4 entry fee for adults and $1 fee for kids ages 6-16(exact change works best). Meet by the Lobby for departure.
Wednesday February 25th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

snow wells 28:45-12:45pm Old World River Trek
We will travel along the back roads through beautiful farmland and quaint home sites on route to an inland preserve. Once there, we will follow a 2 mile trail that leads through a majestic old world forest and along the banks of Southern Maine’s most historic river. Here, you will learn the history of the river and story behind the historic house that sits upon the hill. Participants will need to be in good physical condition in order to complete the trail in a moderate walking pace. With incredible forest trails, beautiful river views, and a historic estate, this trip has it all! Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. There is a $3 entry fee for adults. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

3:15-4:00pm Pool Volleyball
Meet in the pool for a fun game of volleyball. This is a great game for both kids and adults. Get your exercise while having a blast!

Thursday February 26th 2015
8:00-8:30am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

snow_wells8:45-11:45am Pastures of the Past and Ridgeline trails
Walk the trails that meander through forgotten pastures and southern ridgelines. Learn the story behind some of Maine’s earliest settlements. Participants can expect to walk up to 2 miles while exploring the trails. Trail conditions vary from grassy and flat to rocky and slightly inclined. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions and bring some water. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk.

1:00-2:45pm Mountain Top Stroll
Enjoy elevated views of the coast and distant mountain ranges atop one of our coastal hills. This trip is opened to all ages and is designed for those who want to leisurely stroll around the summit without having to hike up the trails. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure and don’t forget your camera! This trip is limited to the first 10 people to sign-up.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________
*Board games and cards can be borrowed from their new storage cubby directly across from the Front Desk.

***We also have a selection of lawn games that can now be signed out from the Front Desk. The games are located in a storage container behind building 1, next to the basement entrance. Games include: badminton, soccer, football, horseshoes, bocce, and more!

*Cold Weather Packing List*

avoid-hypothermia-1DRESS FOR SUCCESS!
This means something a little different here in Maine. Having fun outside during the colder months in Maine is easy. Just remember, “Mainers don’t believe in bad weather…just bad clothing.” So, come prepared and enjoy the Maine outdoors!

• Always dress in layers…you can always take it off if you get too warm but you can’t put in on if you didn’t bring it!
• Long underwear, wool blend socks, and moisture wicking materials go a long way for your core layer.
• Warm boots, gloves, hats, and scarves are key to extending your outdoor playtime. Be sure your boots and gloves are waterproof if you like being dry!
• Your outer layer should be waterproof and breathable. This includes pants! Rain pants and snow or ski pants are crucial if you really want to have fun and enjoy all of Maine’s moods.
• Fleece makes for a great layering garment because of its light weight and warm characteristics.
Don’t forget a good umbrella. You only have to use it once to be worth its weight in gold.

Resort Activities 2/14-2/19

February 11, 2015

“If you don’t like the weather in Maine…wait five minutes”
All Mainers know that you just can’t count on our weather to stay the same for any reasonable period of time. That’s why we will always try to run the majority of our activities as scheduled, rain or shine, warm or cold.
ATTENTION: Our winter conditions change so drastically that these trips may utilize snowshoes, traction grips, or hiking poles, to ensure the best experience and the most fun possible!

Saturday February 14th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

scavenger hunt11:00am Pick-up Family Scavenger Hunt
Pick up your Family Scavenger Hunt at the front desk.
The earliest start time is 11:00am and participants have until Wednesday at 10:00am to complete the hunt. Forms must be turned in to the front desk when finished. The winner will be announced on Thursday at 12 Noon in the Activities Office. Good luck and good hunting!

Sunday February 15th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Monday February 16th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

8:45-11:15am Walking Tour of the Marginal Way
Join us on a guided tour of Maine’s most famous footpath. See the sights and learn the fascinating story behind this special piece of coastline. Tour participants will need to be comfortable walking up to 2.5 miles. This is a spectacular trip that will demand the attention of your camera! Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

snowman10:30-11:00am Snowman Fun
Let it Snow, Let it Snow
Tis the season for snowman fun. Come join us upstairs in the Activities Office.

11:15-12:15pm Fantastic Frames
For those of us who dared to create our self- portrait we will make a fantastic frame to complete the experience. If you could not join us earlier, please do now for the making of a great frame to take home, join us upstairs in the Activities Office.

12:30-3:30pm Coastal Reserve Walk
Follow Jeff as he guides you through this spectacular Research Reserve. The trails traverse through upland fields, woodlands, salt marsh, and out to a beautiful sandy beach. This is a superb spot to enjoy nature in all her seasons. Participants will also learn about coastal ecology and the history of a saltwater farm. Don’t forget your camera as this is one of the last pristine pieces of Southern Maine coastline! The walk will be about 1.5 miles long. Dress appropriately for weather conditions and bring some water. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. There is a $4 entry fee for adults and $1 fee for kids ages 6-16(exact change works best). Meet by the Lobby for departure.

Finger Painting12:30-1:00pm Kids Beading Work
Make creative jewelry with glass, metal and wood beads. Met us in the activities
room.

1:30-2:45pm Design your own Puzzle
Draw an original artwork puzzle that can be recreated again and again.
Meet us in the Activities Room.

3:00-4:00pm Pool Volleyball
Meet in the pool for a fun game of volleyball. This is a great game for both kids and adults. Get your exercise while having a blast!

Tuesday February 17th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Snowshoe Hike at Mt Apatite_2028:45-11:45am Mountain Trail Hike
Come experience the beauty of our coastal mountains and the best views Southern Maine has to offer! The trail has moderate terrain and is 2 miles long. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

10:30-11:00am Watercolor Sun Catchers
A fun and creative way to make an original sun catcher is with an everyday coffee filter and watercolor. Next we will cut out our own design for the frame, no two are ever the same, a little glue and done Join us in the Activities Room for this watercolor adventure.

11:15-12:00pm Make and Paint a birdhouse
We have the birdhouse pieces and the paint. Come join us in creating your own birdhouse that any bird would be proud to live in.  Meet in the Activities Office.

sundae12:30-1:30pm Ice Cream Sundaes and BINGO
Enjoy an ice cream sundae followed by a few rounds of BINGO! All participants must bring their own bowl and spoon. This is a great way to help reduce our waste products and treat ourselves at the same time! Who knew that being “green” could be so sinfully sweet! This event will take place in the Activities Office.

1:00-2:45pm Mountain Top Stroll
Enjoy elevated views of the coast and distant mountain ranges atop one of our coastal hills. This trip is opened to all ages and is designed for those who want to leisurely stroll around the summit without having to hike up the trails. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure and don’t forget your camera! This trip is limited to the first 10 people to sign-up.

2:00-2:45pm Design your own Tote Bag
Have fun creating a tote bag for the season. Join us in the Activities Office.

3:00-4:00pm Pool Volleyball
Meet in the pool for a fun game of volleyball. This is a great game for both kids and adults. Get your exercise while having a blast!

Wednesday February 18th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

10:15-11:00am Wind Chimes
Wind Chimes are a favorite for children to paint and enjoy.
Join us in the Activities Office.

11:30-12:00pm Kids Craft Time
Using a variety of seasonal craft items children will create a fun mixed media
artwork. Join us in the activities room.

poolvolleyball23:15-4:15pm Pool Volleyball
Meet in the pool for a fun game of volleyball. This is a great game for both kids and adults. Get your exercise while having a blast!

5:00-7:15pm Kids Night Out!
15 tickets available- Get them while they last!
A treat for the whole family! The kids get to enjoy pizza for dinner while watching a movie or playing an assortment of fun games, while the parents get to enjoy some precious time to themselves! This activity will take place in the Reception Center. Movies shown will be appropriate for all ages. This activity is open to kids ages 6-12. Parents must register their children at the front desk by 11:00am, Wednesday morning. There will be an $8.00 cash fee paid at the time of registration. This activity is limited to the first 15 kids registered only. Sorry, no late admittance will be allowed. Parents must drop off and pick up their kids in person. Please understand that these rules are necessary to create the safest environment possible for your kids.

Thursday February 19th 2015
8:00-8:30am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

10:30-11:15am Design your own T-shirt.
Come have fun designing your own T-shirt in the Activities Office. T-shirts provided.

free-bingo-games11:45-12:30pm Krazy Kids Bingo
Let’s play a few rounds of BINGO and win fun kids prizes. Join us in the Activities
Room.

1:00-1:45pm Print Making
Learn the mono-print process of print making with paint. Join us in the Activities room.

2:00-2:45 Pet Rocks
Paint a “sea stone” to make your own pet rock Meet in the Activities room.

3:00-4:00pm Pool Volleyball
Meet in the pool for a fun game of volleyball! This is a fun time for both kids and
Adults

_______________________________________________________________________________________________
*Board games and cards can be borrowed from their new storage cubby directly across from the Front Desk.

***We also have a selection of lawn games that can now be signed out from the Front Desk. The games are located in a storage container behind building 1, next to the basement entrance. Games include: badminton, soccer, football, horseshoes, bocce, and more!

*Cold Weather Packing List*

DRESS FOR SUCCESS!
This means something a little different here in Maine. Having fun outside during the colder months in Maine is easy. Just remember, “Mainers don’t believe in bad weather…just bad clothing.” So, come prepared and enjoy the Maine outdoors!

• Always dress in layers…you can always take it off if you get too warm but you can’t put in on if you didn’t bring it!
• Long underwear, wool blend socks, and moisture wicking materials go a long way for your core layer.
• Warm boots, gloves, hats, and scarves are key to extending your outdoor playtime. Be sure your boots and gloves are waterproof if you like being dry!
• Your outer layer should be waterproof and breathable. This includes pants! Rain pants and snow or ski pants are crucial if you really want to have fun and enjoy all of Maine’s moods.
• Fleece makes for a great layering garment because of its light weight and warm characteristics.
Don’t forget a good umbrella. You only have to use it once to be worth its weight in gold.

Resort Activities 2/7-2/12

February 4, 2015

“If you don’t like the weather in Maine…wait five minutes”
All Mainers know that you just can’t count on our weather to stay the same for any reasonable period of time. That’s why we will always try to run the majority of our activities as scheduled, rain or shine, warm or cold.
ATTENTION: Our winter conditions change so drastically that these trips may utilize snowshoes, traction grips, or hiking poles, to ensure the best experience and the most fun possible!

Saturday February 7th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Sunday February 8th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Monday February 9th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

wintery8:45-11:15am Walking Tour of the Marginal Way
Join us on a guided tour of Maine’s most famous footpath. See the sights and learn the fascinating story behind this special piece of coastline. Tour participants will need to be comfortable walking up to 2.5 miles. This is a spectacular trip that will demand the attention of your camera! Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

12:00-4:00pm Beaver Ponds, Mountain Tops, and Mysterious Rock Formations
Come explore an old colonial road with an incredible landscape. This hike is 3.6 miles long and contains a natural earth and stone trail with moderate terrain. The trip will take you through some very interesting physical features not typically seen all on one trail. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

Tuesday February 10th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

camden-maine-hiking-trail8:45-11:45am Mountain Trail Hike
Come experience the beauty of our coastal mountains and the best views Southern Maine has to offer! The trail has moderate terrain and is 2 miles long. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.
12:30-3:30pm Coastal Reserve Walk
Follow Jeff as he guides you through this spectacular Research Reserve. The trails traverse through upland fields, woodlands, salt marsh, and out to a beautiful sandy beach. This is a superb spot to enjoy nature in all her seasons. Participants will also learn about coastal ecology and the history of a saltwater farm. Don’t forget your camera as this is one of the last pristine pieces of Southern Maine coastline! The walk will be about 1.5 miles long. Dress appropriately for weather conditions and bring some water. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. There is a $4 entry fee for adults and $1 fee for kids ages 6-16(exact change works best). Meet by the Lobby for departure.
Wednesday February 11th 2015
8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

12665055-a-very-cold-looking-river-on-a-winter-day-in-andover-maine8:45-12:45pm Old World River Trek
We will travel along the back roads through beautiful farmland and quaint home sites on route to an inland preserve. Once there, we will follow a 2 mile trail that leads through a majestic old world forest and along the banks of Southern Maine’s most historic river. Here, you will learn the history of the river and story behind the historic house that sits upon the hill. Participants will need to be in good physical condition in order to complete the trail in a moderate walking pace. With incredible forest trails, beautiful river views, and a historic estate, this trip has it all! Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. There is a $3 entry fee for adults. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

3:15-4:00pm Pool Volleyball
Meet in the pool for a fun game of volleyball. This is a great game for both kids and adults. Get your exercise while having a blast!

Thursday February 12th 2015
8:00-8:30am Little Fish Swim
Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

8:30-9:15am Water Warm-Up!
Meet in the pool for some warm water stretches and exercises designed for everyone. This session will help people of all ages limber up. This is a great way to start your day feeling energized and refreshed!

9:45-12:45pm Pastures of the Past and Ridgeline trails
Walk the trails that meander through forgotten pastures and southern ridgelines. Learn the story behind some of Maine’s earliest settlements. Participants can expect to walk up to 2 miles while exploring the trails. Trail conditions vary from grassy and flat to rocky and slightly inclined. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions and bring some water. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk.

Snowshoe Hike at Mt Apatite_2022:00-3:45pm Mountain Top Stroll
Enjoy elevated views of the coast and distant mountain ranges atop one of our coastal hills. This trip is opened to all ages and is designed for those who want to leisurely stroll around the summit without having to hike up the trails. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure and don’t forget your camera! This trip is limited to the first 10 people to sign-up.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________
*Board games and cards can be borrowed from their new storage cubby directly across from the Front Desk.

***We also have a selection of lawn games that can now be signed out from the Front Desk. The games are located in a storage container behind building 1, next to the basement entrance. Games include: badminton, soccer, football, horseshoes, bocce, and more!

*Cold Weather Packing List*

DRESS FOR SUCCESS!
This means something a little different here in Maine. Having fun outside during the colder months in Maine is easy. Just remember, “Mainers don’t believe in bad weather…just bad clothing.” So, come prepared and enjoy the Maine outdoors!

• Always dress in layers…you can always take it off if you get too warm but you can’t put in on if you didn’t bring it!
• Long underwear, wool blend socks, and moisture wicking materials go a long way for your core layer.
• Warm boots, gloves, hats, and scarves are key to extending your outdoor playtime. Be sure your boots and gloves are waterproof if you like being dry!
• Your outer layer should be waterproof and breathable. This includes pants! Rain pants and snow or ski pants are crucial if you really want to have fun and enjoy all of Maine’s moods.
• Fleece makes for a great layering garment because of its light weight and warm characteristics.
Don’t forget a good umbrella. You only have to use it once to be worth its weight in gold.