ALF is sponsoring a special Penobscot Bay lighthouse cruise… this unique cruise departs from Rockland’s Public Landing and is a wonderful opportunity to see nine lighthouses, some of which you can only see from the water. The list includes: Rockland Breakwater, Owls Head, Browns Head, Goose Rocks, Eagle Island, Mark Island, Isle au Haut, Saddleback and Heron Neck.
Craig Mathieson of ALF’s Friends of Rockland Harbor Lights was honored with an ALF Len Hadley Volunteer Award during the American Lighthouse Foundation’s annual Lighthouse Gala, which was held at the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine, on April 29, 2018. A successful lighthouse effort is only as good as the diversified skills of its volunteers. […]
Augusta, ME (August 2017) – Maine’s iconic coastal sentinels take center stage during Maine’s 9th Annual Open Lighthouse Day to be held this year on Saturday, September 9th. Twenty-five lighthouses will be open to the public throughout the state offering free entry for visitors on this one day. This popular family-friendly event, sponsored by the […]
The American Lighthouse Foundation and its local chapter – Friends of Rockland Harbor Lights, invite the public to join them Friday, June 24, 2016 for a lighthouse sunset cruise on Penobscot Bay, which will feature seven Midcoast guiding lights as the evening’s “star” attractions. This fun-filled experience is a great opportunity for participants to enjoy […]
ALF’s Friends of Rockland Harbor Lights (FRHL) chapter will be tackling a couple of restoration and maintenance projects at Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse this summer, including the sentinel’s the iron lantern. The $10,000 project will be carried out by the J.B. Leslie Company of South Berwick, Maine. The J.B. Leslie Company will prep, prime and repaint […]
Augusta, ME (September 7, 2014) – The State of Maine’s sixth annual Open Lighthouse Day will take place on Saturday, September 13 with lighthouses open throughout the state and free entry available to visitors on this one day. The popular event, sponsored by the United States Coast Guard, the Maine Office of Tourism and the […]