Classes, Festivals and Celebrations, history, Midcoast Maine Activities, Museums, Weekends in Wiscasset

Weekend Events Around Wiscasset Woods Lodge – Sept. 19-22

Haunted History Tour – Bath/Damariscotta/Hallowell
When: Thu, September 19, 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Residents and visitors in Maine are invited to explore the little known history & mysteries of Bath, Damariscotta or Hallowell (the Hallowell tour starts at 7 pm) during lantern lit walking tours of historic sites and ghostly haunts. Participants will be taken through back streets to hear tales of local hauntings and the history behind them. Buildings that once seemed ordinary will take on eerie new dimensions as “The Lady in the Red Cloak” relives their history and that of the ghostly entities that are said to still reside there.

Papercut Pressed Floral – Class
When: Fri, September 20, 5:30pm – 9:00pm
Where: Midcoast Crafts, 75 Main St. Route 1, Wiscasset
Using layers of hand cut paper, students will create a composition reminiscent of
pressed flowers and foliage. The workshop fee includes a frame for the finished piece. Limit 6 students. Cost: $50. Midcoast Crafts.

Lighthouse Lovers Cruise
When: Sat, September 21, 3:30pm – 7:30pm
Where: Maine Maritime Museum
See up to 10 of Maine’s most iconic lighthouses: Doubling Point Light, Kennebec Range Lights, Squirrel Point Light, Perkins Island Light, Pond Island Light, Seguin Island Light, Cuckolds Light, Ram Island Light, Burnt Island Light, and Hendricks Head Light.

Haunted History Tour – Damariscotta
When: Sun, September 22, 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Where: Damariscotta, ME, USA
Residents and visitors in Maine are invited to explore the little known history & mysteries of Damariscotta during lantern lit walking tours of historic sites and ghostly haunts.
Participants will be taken through back streets to hear tales of local hauntings and the history behind them. Buildings that once seemed ordinary will take on eerie new dimensions as “The Lady in the Red Cloak” relives their history and that of the ghostly entities that are said to still reside there.

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