Sports & Recreation

1st annual Paddle for Pine Tree Camp Challenge sponsored by Whole Foods Market

Come paddle with a purpose! August 13, 2011 Paddlers will depart Wolfe’s Neck Farm and enjoy a 1.5 -2 hour paddle along Casco Bay. The sea kayak paddle will offer routes adaptable for all skill levels, including scenic views and sea-life. Following the paddle, participants will enjoy a complimentary lobster and steamer bake and barbecue at Wolfe's Neck Farms. All money raised will benefit Pine Tree Camp, an extraordinary summer camp for Maine children and adults with disabilities. For the entire day’s schedule and more information visit Come join us and paddle for Pine Tree Camp! Invite friends, family members and coworkers to join you and start a paddling team. We have many tools to help you!

Summer Camp Nature

Summer  Camp Nature

Friday, June 24, 2011, 8:30 AM Wolfe's Neck Farm in Freeport
Wolfe's Neck Farm Summer Day Camp teaches kids to love and respect the natural environment around them while at the same time exploring how we are each connected to that land....

Olympians Win Big at Summer Games

The Special Olympic team sponsored by The Progress Center proudly brought 17 medals and 12 ribbons back to the Oxford Hills.  These medals and ribbons represent participation in 9 different events by 15 team members.

CUMBERLAND: Patriot Flag Display

CUMBERLAND: Patriot Flag Display

On Thursday, June 23rd, from 7 a.m. to noon, the Town of Cumberland will be displaying a 30 ft. by 60 ft. flag on our ladder truck at Moss Side Cemetary at the Veterans Monument.  This flag is part of a nationwide tour that will be displayed in all 50 states and will conclude in New York City at ground zero on September 11th.  The intent of this display in each state is to remind all of our citizens to "Never Forget" the tragic events that happened to our country ten years ago.

There will be public safety staff, veterans, and anyone else that had a part of the terrorist attacks (both directly or indirectly) present.  The Patriot Flag tour has been featured on the CBS evening news and has grown in public awareness since the tour initiated last September.


20th Annual 4th of July St. Jude Pancake Breakfast - Freeport

7 - 10 am Blueberry Pancake & Sausage Breakfast, St. Jude Hall, corner of Main and School Streets.

Cost $5 -  large order, $4 - small order

To celebrate this anniversary year, FREE meals will be offered to active-duty military personnel who attend.

FMI: 865-6624

7:30 am 10K Road Race, L.L.Bean, Inc.

9:15 am Fun Run, L.L.Bean, Inc.

4:00 pm Parade, Main Street, from Kendall Lane south to Holbrook Street

7:30 pm Concert in the Park, L.L.Bean’s Discovery Park

9:00 pm Fireworks at Freeport Athletic Field

Bowdoin College Women's Ice Hockey Team Raises Funds for Breast Health Center at Mid Coast Hospital

Bowdoin College Women's Ice Hockey Team Raises Funds for Breast Health Center at Mid Coast Hospital

Members of the Bowdoin College Women's Ice Hockey team recently presented a donation check of $1,175 to benefit the Breast Health Center at Mid Coast Hospital. Team members raised the funds at hockey games this season by accepting donations for Pink Ribbons, the symbol for support of women with breast cancer.

"We are pleased that so many students and fans of our teams joined with us to support this effort," said Assistant Coach, Lisa Batchelor.

Bow Street Market Tortoise and Hare 5K

Saturday, June 11, 2011 @ 9:00 AM
Bow Street Market, Freeport Maine
Corner of Bow St. and School St.

Registration Closing Date
Thursday, June 09, 2011 @ 11:59 PM

Brief Description
You can win the race by being the fastest in your age group or by guessing your time to the nearest second. The course will begin on School Street and go down Bow Street to Lower Mastlanding. Take a right onto South Street, cross Bow Street to Park Street and back to Bow Street Market.

Additional Information
Male and Female Divisions: Under 19, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50 plus

Register here