Birding by Canoe, 7 to 8:30 a.m. in Old Town

Come canoe the Hirundo Wildlife Refuge and watch birds from the water at the Fields Pond Audubon Center. Reserve a seat in a 28-foot or 16-foot canoe, or bring your own. Cost is $10. Register by May 22 by calling 394-2171.


Waterville Walks, 5:30 p.m. June 4

Waterville Walks is a volunteer-supported, community walking program designed to get people of all ages moving and gaining better health. No cost and all ages welcome. There will be a kickoff event for Waterville Walks at 5:30 p.m. on June 4 at Quarry Road Recreation Area. Free pedometers for the first 30 people. For more information, write [email protected] or call 861-3292. Walkers can get connected by going to

Civil War Re-enactment, June 26 and 27 in Augusta

The Viles Arboretum in Augusta is hosting a Civil War re-enactment. The events start June 26 with a parade beginning at Old Fort Western in Augusta and following Arsenal Street to the Arboretum.

Each day will present both Confederate and Union encampment life with various demonstrations, from bread baking to musket firing. Dozens of re-enactors will be on hand throughout the day in period uniforms and clothing to answer questions. To learn more, go to or call 626-7989.

Tails on Trails, 10 a.m. May 29 in Boothbay

Join the Boothbay Region Land Trust and enjoy a hike with your pup along with other dog owners at the Saunders Preserve.

Meet at the kiosk at the intersection of Pleasant Cove Road and Back Narrows Road. From the traffic light in Boothbay Harbor, travel east on Route 96. Turn left on Back Narrows Road and travel north to the stop sign. Saunders Preserve is straight ahead. Well-behaved dogs are welcome and must be leashed.

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