Winter 2020 in the Boothbay region

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A VIEW AT THE GREGORY HIKING TRAIL: 2 Sawyer's Island Road, Boothbay. BRLT photo

 

Check out what’s shakin’ in wintertide! Just click on the name of the attraction and the live link will take you to the websites.

Outdoors in the Boothbay region, Wiscasset and Damariscotta areas there are plenty of hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing opportunities. Check out details of the preserves and lands below:

1. Boothbay Region Land Trust has 20 preserves to choose from ...  more than 35 miles of hiking trails open year-round, free of charge. Properties include woodlands, wetlands, salt marshes, islands, seabird and wading bird habitat, feeding areas for migratory birds and butterflies, historical and archaeological sites, and working waterfront.

2. Midcoast Conservancy’s Hidden Valley Nature Center holds 1,000 acres of protected lands.

3. Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust that conserves nearly 4,000 acres of the region’s most significant lands for public benefit. Find out which locations are best for winter sports.

Love railway museums?

Alna’s Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington (WW&F) Railway Museum has winter hours. The museum is open Saturdays. There’s a Steam & Sleighs event over two weekends, one in January and one in February.

Moving indoors ...

Got live music if you want it: at the Opera House at Boothbay Harbor at 86 Townsend Ave.

If seeing movies on the silver screen while munching on yummy popcorn calls to you, in Boothbay Harbor there’s the Harbor Theater at 185 Townsend Ave.

Movie goers in or visiting Damariscotta go to Lincoln Theater at 2 Theater St.

Be sure to check the online calendars and culture sections on the websites of the Boothbay Register and the Wiscasset Newspaper for more info on what’s going on!

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