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A&G Shooting
214 Center Road
(207) 453-2111
First class equipment. Expert training. A&G Shooting and Supply specializes in firearms training, offering monthly classes including NRA Basic Pistol and NRA Personal Protection in the Home. We are a certified Bushmaster Armorer, dealing in all aspects of the AR-15 weapon system, from trouble shooting and repairs to complete custom builds. Firearm and accessories sales available at our Fairfield, Maine, location.
Alfond Youth & Community Center
126 North Street
(207) 873-0684

To inspire and enable all young people and their families to realize their full potential as healthy, productive, responsible and caring citizens.

Angry Lobster Disc Golf
11 Ten Lots Road
(207) 873-2069
The Angry Lobster course, located at 11 Ten Lots Road in Fairfield, opens Thursday and will be open from dawn until dusk. It costs $7 per round, or $10 per day, and visitors can pay at the pro shop, or there will be an honor drop box if the shop is closed. The Angry Lobster course, located at 11 Ten Lots Road in Fairfield, opens Thursday and will be open from dawn until dusk. It costs $7 per round, or $10 per day, and visitors can pay at the pro shop, or there will be an honor drop box if the shop is closed.
Bomazeen Old Timers
Central Maine Equipment & Powersports
56 Garland Rd

Central Maine Equipment & Powersports is an authorized Cub Cadet®, or ECHO dealership serving the Winslow area. We are proud to carry a large selection of new and pre-owned inventory. When you are ready to invest in a new lawn mower or other lawn and garden equipment, our friendly and knowledgeable sales, financing, service and parts departments are prepared to make sure your experience is outstanding, from assisting while you're making your choice to ongoing maintenance and customization. We value the opportunity to create a long-term relationship with our customers, and we do that by giving you the best customer service available.

Central Maine Equipment & Motorsports is your one stop shop for all things lawn and garden and motorsports! Formally known as Central Maine Equipment. Now under new ownership by the Wheeler Family. We are located at 56 Garland Road in Winslow. CMEM is still an authorized Cub Cadet and Echo Dealer, including Residential and Commercial lawn mowers, snowblowers, string trimmers, chainsaws and many other lawn and garden and small engine equipment. We also have a full service shop for all your lawn and garden and small engine needs!

We now also offer many great quality used motorsports. From ATVs and side by sides to snowmobiles and everything in between, you can be sure to find your next outdoor adventure vehicle with us!

We are excited to have you stop in and see our current inventory or schedule your next service on your equipment.

For work or for play, we've got you covered!

Call us at (207) 873-4945 or come by today and experience our superior service and selection! We look forward to serving you!

Central Maine Youth Hockey
129 Silver Street
(207) 660-7446

Central Maine Youth Hockey Association (CMYHA) is a registered member of the Maine State Amateur Hockey Association (MEAHA) and is an affiliate member of USA Hockey, Inc. CMYHA proudly serves players and families from Waterville, Fairfield, Winslow, Oakland, Skowhegan, and other surrounding area towns.

Children's Discovery Museum
7 Eustis Parkway
(207) 622-2209
Mission Statement The interactive exhibits and hands-on programs of the Children's Discovery Museum ignite curiosity and celebrate learning through play. Population Served: Our work within the museum reaches children 6 months to 8 years of age, as well as their families and caregivers. We welcome school groups, summer youth programs and other organizations serving this age range of children into the museum. Our History: In 1984, Augusta's Julie O'Brien incorporated her idea of a Children's Discovery Museum (CDM) in the state Capitol. She started out with travelling exhibits, hosting the first Discovery Day at the Farrington School in 1990. In 1991, it was decided that a permanent home needed to be found for CDM. After many hours of volunteer work, the Children's Discovery Museum opened its door at 265 Water Street, Augusta on August 1st, 1992. CDM was a wonderful addition to Augusta. In 1994, it was the recipient of the Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce Community Service Award. A Capital Campaign in 1995 allowed the museum to double its exhibit space; more exhibit space and offices were added in 2000. In February of 2006, CDM closed to make major renovations and re-opened one year later with modernized and new exhibits. After much deliberation, the Board of Directors decides CDM needed to move. The Water Street location was closed October 2009 and CDM reopened on November 7th, 2009 in its brand new home at 171 Capitol Street in Augusta Big Changes on the Horizon! In the summer of 2016, the Children's Discovery Museum Board of Directors decided it was time for the museum to expand and relocate. The new location will be in Waterville, Maine, just 25min north of our current location, and is slated to open in 2020. This new location will include a much larger space, brand new exhibits and a new lineup of programs. In the meantime, the museum will continue to operate in its current location, so we hope you'll stop by!
Dock Guys LLC
83 Cushman Rd



Each year we reliably service more than 1,000 docks. All five of our employee only crews are fully equipped and capable of serving any of your waterfront needs. We strive to meet our customers' schedules in the most professional, efficient and friendly manner possible. That mission has led to the development of Dock Guys Direct, our first of its kind customer portal.


Enchanted Gables
78 Hussey Hill Road
(207) 331-5300

Welcome to Enchanted Gables
A NEW Modern Barn Venue Destination in Central Maine!

Enchanted Gables in Oakland, ME was originally built as a riding arena and horse stable. In 2018, the barn has undergone a total transformation into an elegant and spacious event venue with modern updates and style.

Facilities and Capacity

The barn itself can easily accommodate more than 300 seated guests or more if standing (max capacity 1,000 inside) and there are ample opportunities for outdoor gatherings or ceremony locations by the pond, or in the fields. We also have a large patio area for cocktail hour, lawn games, food carts and more! The 8,000+ square foot barn is heated, so it can be enjoyed any time of the year.

Services Offered:
Wedding Ceremony & Reception Venue
Wedding Design & Coordination
Corporate Conferences & Events
Other Celebrations
Now Booking for All Events! Contact us below to schedule a tour of the property.

Favorites OTB
P.O. Box 1935
(207) 861-4343

The excitement of thoroughbred and harness racing come alive at Maine's newest sports bar featuring pari-mutuel wagering, Favorites, with two locations in Sanford & Waterville, Maine.

Kennebec Messalonskee Trails
PO Box 2388
(207) 873-6443
Kennebec Valley Chordsmen

The Kennebec Valley Chordsmen is a 40+ year chartered chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America aka The Barbershop Harmony Society.

From Romance to Birthdays to Patriotic Events we have songs to cheer your hearts.

The Kennebec Valley Chordsmen meet every Thursday at 6:30pm at The Pleasant Street United Methodist Church.

Maine BASS Nation
45 Longwood Avenue
(207) 441-4442
Maine's Man vs. Bass Trail is designed to offer great competition, payouts and fun on some of the best fishing lakes in the state.
Maine Wilderness Tours
7 Croquet Lane
(207) 557-9933

Maine Wilderness Guide Service, LLC is a proud member of the Mid-Maine Chamber and has 25 years of experience guiding and exploring the Belgrade Lakes Region.  Our specialties include open water and ice fishing, turkey & deer hunting, recreational paddle and hiking trips, and more.  We offer a pro staff of guides, lodging opportunities, and vacation planning services too.  Visit our Facebook and Instagram pages to see photos and fishing updates.

Maine-ly Power Sports
100 Elm Street
(207) 616-0605
Mainely Docks
44 Main Street
(207) 649-1882

Maine-ly Docks builds affordable custom docks for your lake front property.

74 Matthew Lane
West Gardiner
(207) 212-2232
Music Works offers a superior product by providing cutting edge technology coupled with fun and laid back personality.
Natanis Golf Course
735 Webber Pond Road
(207) 622-3561
    Natanis Golf Course, located just outside of Augusta (one hour North of Portland and one hour South of Bangor), is the only golf course in the State of Maine to offer 36 regulation holes. Natanis was cut from the rural fields and rugged woods of Vassalboro, Maine.
North Country Rivers, Inc.
PO Box 633
(207) 672-4814
Your Adventure Vacation Resort for Maine Whitewater Rafting and More! North Country Rivers is Maine's premier outdoor adventure vacation resort. We provide fun and exciting Maine outdoor adventure trips - Maine white water rafting, ATV tours, kayaking, snowmobiling, wildlife watching tours, hiking, local waterfalls, biking, disc golf, fishing and more, along with a full–range of accommodations and dining packages – all at the best price! Our Bingham, Maine 4-season adventure resort offers white water rafting on the Kennebec and Dead Rivers, along with all of our fun and exciting outdoor adventure trips, while our Millinocket, Maine resort specializes in white water rafting on the Penobscot river. At either resort location, North Country Rivers offers complete packages customized for families, adult groups, scout groups, youth groups, business groups, and even pure adrenaline junkies! We'll set your trip up so you can sleep in a tent, in an RV, or in a luxury cabin, and dine in our restaurant. It's all up to you! Our goal is simply to provide you with exactly the trip, comfort level, and "fun level" that you are looking for - all in the beautiful North Country of Maine!
Quarry Road Recreation Area
P.O. Box 362
(207) 680-4744
Quarry Road is a year-round outdoor recreation destination for people of all ages, abilities and walks of life from the greater Waterville area, across Maine and beyond. Located just 2 miles from downtown Waterville, Quarry Road's trails and open spaces provide outstanding opportunities for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, walking, running, and paddling. The area offers 10.4 km (6.5 miles) of world-class groomed Nordic ski trails, and additional miles of backcountry snowshoe and hiking trails. Our state-of-the-art snowmaking system ensures an early start to the ski season and reliable snow conditions all winter. Quarry Road Recreation Area is owned and operated by the City of Waterville Department of Parks & Recreation. Friends of Quarry Road, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, works collaboratively with the City to provide guidance, raise capital, and assist in operations, upkeep, and oversight. Please join us.
Redington Museum
62 Silver Street
(207) 872-9439

The Redington Museum is housed in a handsome two story home built in 1814 by pioneer Waterville settler Asa Redington, a veteran of three enlistments in the Revolutionary War and a member of George Washington's elite Honor Guard. After the revolution he developed the water rights at Ticonic Falls and with his sons Samuel and William established a thriving flour mill on the banks of the Kennebec River. The father of six sons and three daughters, Asa built this substantial home for his son William. Fashioned of great hewn timbers, all hand pegged, it still features the original spiral staircase, fireplaces with period woodwork, and floors of wide pumpkin pine. The newel post in the entrance exhibits the "contractor's peace stone," a small smooth polished stone signifying in Colonial times that the project had been completed to both the owner's and builder's satisfaction. Today five rooms are furnished with antiques of the late 18th and early 19th centuries from the Redington and Heath families, the family of pioneer attorney Timothy Boutelle, and from other early local families. The house has been open to the public as a museum since 1927 and was entered in the National Register of Historic Places. Hours of Operation Open Memorial Day Week to Labor Day Closed on Holidays GUIDED TOURS: 10:00 & 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 & 2:00 p.m. or by appointment; Tuesday through Saturday Labor Day Thru October Open By Appointment only; Tour Fees: Adults ages 18 and up $5.00 Children under 18 are free with an adult Please visit our website at: to learn how to become a member of the Waterville Historical Society and Redington Museum We Accept Cash, Checks, Credit Cards and Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce Gift Cards Resident Caretakers: Bryan and Bonny Finnemore

Snow Pond Center for The Arts
8 Goldenrod Lane
 (844) 476-6976

Snow Pond Center for the Arts' mission is to foster a community anchored and enhanced by the arts and arts education. The center promises to be: The home for the area's arts instructional community and schools of excellence in arts education. In conjunction with the historic Bowl-in the-Pines outdoor performance venue, a premiere facility of the caliber and capacity of institutions such as Tanglewood, Chautauqua, and Interlochen. An integral part of the New England Music Camp experience: the Snow Pond facility will support and expand NEMC's internationally recognized summer youth camps and their expanding programs for college and graduate level musicians, as well as new programs for adults. A beautiful and well-equipped lakefront location for retreats and conferences for area universities, businesses, and civic groups.

Snow Pond Cruises and Historical Tours
97 Rocky Shore Lane
(207) 314-3520
Take a private cruise and discover the splendor and beauty of the third largest lake in the Belgrade Chain. With nearly 31 miles of shoreline Snow Pond (Messalonskee Lake) is the deepest in the chain of seven lakes at over 113'. The towns of Oakland, Sidney and Belgrade all share beautiful shoreline on Snow Pond. Snow Pond is a 9-mile natural creation caused by continental collision and glacial scouring millions of years ago. Home to many prized game fish including Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Togue (Lake Trout), Black Crappie, a healthy population of Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass and Northern Pike which grow to over 40 pounds the area attracts sportsman from all over the country. When you charter a private cruise with the Snowdrifter II you can relax, have a picnic, soak in the sunshine or sit in the shade while the Captain shares his historical knowledge of Snow Pond and the surrounding area. What a great way to spend quality family time together and forget the stress of everyday life. Make memories as you enjoy a sunrise or sunset or even stop for a swim from the boat. When you cruise with the Snowdrifter II our time is your time and making memories for you, your family, friends, or employees is our mission. The Captain looks forward to welcoming you aboard. The Snowdrifter II is also available for weddings performed by the Captain, reunions, corporate retreats, board meetings, foliage cruises and special purpose cruises i.e. memorials. For reservations or information please call 207-314-3520 or Email.
Spell Bound - A Gamer's Paradise
67 E. Concourse
(207) 872-8200
St. Bridget Center
864 Main Street

The public can rent this historic building for weddings, receptions, Celebrations of Life, showers, performances, workshops, fund raisers, and more.

The Elm
21 College Avenue
(207) 873-5101
Our mission is to provide a state-of-the-art venue for central Maine to gather for live music, weddings, special events, corporate programming, and intimate celebrations. Our vision is to serve as central Maine's premiere destination for events and live music. CORE VALUES: COMMUNITY: A safe and inclusive place for community to convene for any occasion, all are welcome at The Elm. CONVENIENCE: Great location, plenty of on-site free parking, countless amenities, and specifically designed to meet your personalized needs. CULTURE: Connecting people with experiences, The Elm is a destination where people gather to celebrate, listen, dance, learn, and enjoy the finer things in life.
Vacationland Skydiving, LLC
PO Box 6108
China Village
(207) 487-5638

Now operating in the Blue Skies over Waterville Maine!!!

You've found The Ultimate Maine Experience Operating out of their new facilities at the Waterville Robert Lafleur Airport is Maine's favorite and most trusted skydiving facility for the first-time tandem skydiver, students, and fun jumpers alike. Vacationland Skydiving will be opening in their new facility on April 23rd, 2021 at the Waterville Airport, which is centrally located in Maine just off I-95 exit 27, quite easy to find, and a convenient location. Make your reservation now for an unforgettable experience and to take in Maine's breathtaking landscape from the perspective only a few will see.

Waterville Country Club
PO Box 459
(207) 465-9861

Waterville Country Club
"A hidden gem in Central Maine that will steal your golfing heart."

Nineteen 16 Restaurant

Waterville Creates
10 Water Street, Suite 106
(207) 616-0292

Waterville Creates promotes, supports, and grows our community‘s arts and cultural assets in order to strengthen Waterville as a vibrant creative center, increase access to creative opportunities for residents and visitors, and advance community and economic development goals. In 2014, Waterville Creates was established under the existing Waterville Regional Arts and Community Center (WRACC). Since that time, Waterville Creates (WC) has served as the primary coordinating entity for arts and cultural programming in Waterville by working directly with the Colby College Museum of Art, Maine Film Center, Waterville Public Library, Waterville Opera House, and Ticonic Gallery + Studios (formerly Common Street Arts) to strengthen partnerships, expand collaborative programming, and launch new marketing initiatives. Through the generous support of the Harold Alfond Foundation, WC has also been able to increase collaborative partnerships with the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, City of Waterville, Colby College, Thomas College, Kennebec Valley Community College, MaineGeneral and Inland hospitals, and area businesses. Additionally, this support has provided unique opportunities to foster partnerships through the creation of new initiatives such as the Partner Incentive Grant program that incentivizes and supports increased collaborative ventures like the Waterville Rocks! Summer Concert Series. This grant program has allowed for broader and more inclusive programming that has a profound impact on the cultural footprint within the community.

Windsor Fair
659 Church Hill Rd
(207) 549-7911
Windsor Fair - August 25th, 2019 through September 2nd, 2019 ONE OF MAINE'S PREMIER AGRICULTURAL FAIRS Located in the heart of Central Maine, our fairgrounds are in close proximity to the Maine Coast, golf courses and mountains. Encompassing 275 acres, it is one of the largest agricultural fairs with attendance estimated at over 150,000 with daily entertainment featuring the best of local and nationally recognized talent. A huge exhibit of farm animals with premiums to exhibitors approaching $125,000.00. Nine days of harness racing with some of the highest purses of the year. Windsor Fair is well organized and is extremely clean and well maintained. We think you will like our facility. We work hard in making your stay enjoyable. As the fair draws closer to the nine days prior to Labor Day, please check our Facebook page at: and watch for our ads in the papers and on TV and radio. General Admission is $10.00 the first Sunday. Monday - Adults: $10.00 and Senior Citizens (60+ and over) - $5.00. Tuesday is $10.00; Wednesday is ½ Price Gate and Ride Day” – Adults $5.00. Thursday – Adults $10.00 and Senior Citizens (60+ and over) - $5.00. Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day – Adults $10.00. Children 15 and under are free each day. Free Parking each day. CHILDREN 15 and UNDER FREE. SEASON PASS IS $63.00 AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT GATE #1 AND #4. FREE PARKING WITH EASY ACCESS TO FAIRGROUNDS. Hours of Operation Fair opens at 9:00 a.m. each day and closes at 10:00 p.m. except for the last day (Labor Day) when it closes at 6:00 p.m. Driving Directions Coming north on I-95, take Exit 109 east and cross the Kennebec River. Turn right onto Stone Street and then turn left onto Route 17. Follow this route to Windsor and turn left onto Rt. 32 (Ridge Road). Windsor Fair will be on your left. Coming south on I-95, take Exit 113 and go east on Rt. 3 to South China. Take Rt. 32 and follow highway to fairgrounds.

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