The Midcoast Maine Lighthouse Challenge...visit 7 lights, enjoy a sunset
cruise & more...
From pristine islands and
windjammers to working lobster boats and seabirds, lighthouses give your
imagination a chance to take flight as you admire the unchanging sea and
the rich traditions that call it home.
If this sounds appealing,
then we have just the event for YOU!
For two days only on June 29 & 30, 2013,
don’t miss out on the chance to visit and climb these 7 alluring lighthouses (Event hours:
Marshall Point and
The 2013 Midcoast Maine
Lighthouse Challenge is sponsored by the American Lighthouse Foundation (ALF)
and its chapter, Friends of
Rockland Harbor Lights.
Visit all seven lighthouses and be entered into a drawing to
win a luxurious two-night stay at one of
Enjoy a 4.5 hour, fun-filled sunset cruise aboard the P/V Elizabeth Ann
that will depart from Port Clyde on Friday, June 28th at 4:30 pm.
Light refreshments will be served. As seating is limited, reservations are
encouraged. This is a wonderful opportunity to see 6 lights from the water,
which includes Marshall Point, Franklin Island, Pemaquid Point, Ram Island,
Burnt Island & Cuckolds
Tickets are $40 per person.
CRUISE TICKET INFO:
Reservations for the sunset cruise can be made online or by calling the
American Lighthouse Foundation at (207) 594-4174.
What does a
lighthouse keeper’s daughter and a songwriter have in common? Join us at
the Owls Head Community Building (224 Ash Point Drive in Owls Head) for a
special program to find out! The whole family will enjoy stories of life at
Owls Head Lighthouse as well as live music inspired by this unique beacon.
program begins at 7pm and will feature a silent auction, desserts &
beverages. No reservations are required...there is a $5 suggested
donation for the program that will benefit ALF / FRHL’s lighthouse
Any admission or fees charged at a given location are decided
by the individual organization that oversees that location or activity.
information about the 2013 Midcoast Maine Lighthouse Challenge, you can also
call the American Lighthouse Foundation at 207-594-4174 or ALF's Friends of Rockland Harbor Lights chapter at 207-542-7574 or