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 Great Maine Outdoor Weekend 
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 Great Maine Outdoor Weekend
I've been looking forward to this all summer. Each year the Maine Outdoor Coalition hosts a free, statewide (family-friendly) event for people to get out in Maine and try different things. The list is short now, but it should grow to include paddling and hiking in the next week or so.

http://greatmaineoutdoorweekend.org/

Have a great weekend, everyone!

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Sat Aug 24, 2013 5:36 am
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Thanks for posting that. We love Maine! Headed to Acadia next weekend actually. Looks like a lot of good stuff and new places to check out even if its not during the Great Weekend.

Any idea if Agamenticus's Learning Lodge signs up? I didn't see them but they're open weekends through Columbus day. I'd assume they know of it, but maybe not, and it seems like they're right in line with what the weekend is looking for. Nice hiking and learning combo they have there, especially for the area its located in.


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Acadia on Labor Day Weekend sounds super festive. There should be plenty of happy people up there. Good for you.

I recall Agamenticus on the list last year. Most of their options appear during the first week of September. I'm hoping they run the Adnroscoggin Paddling trip again. I wimped out last year from light rain and I've been booting myself since.

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A few hiking trips were recently added: Caribou Mtn, Old Speck, Peasant Mtn, and Big and Little Moose ponds.

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