May 28 Sunday
Join the Bar Harbor Historical Society as we reopen the La Rochelle Mansion and Museum! Come inside and learn about Bar Harbor’s history, take a walk through our gardens, view our three floors of exhibits, and lounge on the piazza! Whether you prefer self-guided tours or guided tours (now currently on off every Friday at 10am!), you’re bound to have an unforgettable experience!
For more information, please head to our website to plan your visit: barharborhistorical.org/visit
With over 125 different varieties, McLaughlin Garden’s Lilacs are the pride of the McLaughlin Garden and the focal point of this weekend’s celebration. Enjoy the glorious sights and smells while exploring the lilac collection and the rest of the garden on your own, or take a guided garden tour (daily at 11 am) with our horticulturist. Lilac tea tasting, crafts, plant and gift shop sales and more.
May 29 Monday
May 30 Tuesday
Learn how important the environment is to Maine's way of life and identity. This must-see, major exhibition examines human influences on climate and biodiversity by reuniting collections from the Portland Society of Natural History (1836-1972) one of America's earliest natural history museums. CODE RED: Climate, Justice & Natural History Collections also explores Indigenous Science, Western scientific methods, Maine's pivotal role in the modern environmental movement, and actions visitors can take to be part of this positive legacy.
Tuesdays, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Walsh History Center Hour (On Zoom). Do you have a question about the history of Camden, your ancestors that may have lived in the area, or the house you live in now? Ken Gross and the Walsh History Center team at the Camden Public Library are happy to try to help find you an answer! To request a link to participate, or simply ask a question, email: email@example.com. Please let us know a bit about what you are interested in discussing so that we can have our resources ready. Every Tuesday.
May 31 Wednesday
Jun 01 Thursday