Saint Francis Me (1/4 mile before Joe’s Country Store)
If you think you’re fast, come grab the cash! Race your neighbor in youth, junior, vintage, stock, improved stock, modified and open classes! $25 registration fee! $5 for admission and 12 and under are free!
Bobbi Martin- 207-398-3221/ 207-231-4927 and find Saint Francis Sno Angels on Facebook
Veteran's Field, Perth -Andover, NB and Perth Elks Lodge, 549 East Riverside Dr Perth-Andover, NB E7H 1Y4
Free event: part of Winter Carnival Week , Taffy in the Snow, Sliding hill, outdoor skating, bonfire, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, face painting, Mr Balloon man and more. Canteen and cotton Candy concessions will be on site
Perth-Andover Recreation Commission 506 273 4959 x 200
Caribou Snowmobile Club Presents Its Annual Snow Drag Race
Event Dates and Times
- Starts: 8:00 AM
- Starts: 11:00 AM
Route 1, just north of Caribou, at the former Van Buren Lodge site
snowmobile drag races for all racing classes (including mini, junior, women's open stock); admission $5 PP (no admission fee for children ages 10 and under); free parking (on snow packed fields); food vendor on site; online racing registration is available. Details on Facebook at Caribou Snowmobile Racing page.
Side by side race your neighbor hill climb with slalom gates. 500cc to open classes to enter your sleds including a 120cc class for the kids. Admission at the gate will be $7.00/person over 11 years of age. Food and refreshments will be available so bring the whole family. Proceeds to benefit Fort Kent Snoriders trail grooming.
Jim Rioux, 207-834-2234, Club President, email@example.com
1st Annual Snowshoe Race at Lonesome Pine Trails Come and join us for the 1st Annual Snowshoe Challenge Race to take place at the Lonesome Pine Trails after all the Can-Am Crown Mushers have left the starting line. -- 11 years and under ($5 registration fee) -- 12 years to 15 years ($5 registration fee) The above races are on a flat course. -- 16 years and above ($10 registration fee) The above race runs up The Far Side trail and down the Founders trail.
Molunkus Valley Sno Drifters Registration starts at 9am All hands must be back by 3pm winners will be announced at 4pm Must be present to win your prize 5pm Public Meal $7 - Chili or Chicken soup, roll, dessert, drink Remember you don't need to buyy a hand to enjoy a great meal with great people.
The 2017 Himie Towle Memorial Winter Frolic will be held on Saturday, March 4th at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle. Registration is from 10 - 11:30 a.m., Youth Frolicking starts at 12 noon. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for youth or $20 for families. All registrations include lunch. The mass-start event is Freestyle Cross-Country, (classic track is also available). Snowshoe enthusiasts are welcome to come and use the trails. There will be 1st and 2nd place awards in 22 ski categories. Aroostook Cup points will be awarded to all ski entries 14 years and older, 10k race or 5k tour. There will be lots of Merchandise and Frolic Freebees for participants. All proceeds will benefit Nordic Heritage Sport Club Youth Programs. For more information please call Tom Towle at 227-6306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by Cary Medical Center and the Nordic Heritage Sport Club
Cross country skiing, snowshoeing, sliding hill, snowmobile "tote-rides", bonfires, hot food, Smokey the Bear comes out of hibernation and IF&W’s Operation Game Thief trailer will join in the day’s fun. Have no equipment? Don't know how to use it? Don't worry; we have all of that, including expert instruction! All you need is to wear warm winter clothing and want to have fun!!! Fees: Adults 12 -64 are $1.50; everyone else free. Lunch is provided. FMI call 207-768-8341
Four Seasons Trail Association, Spring Street, Madawaska, Maine
Sponsored by NMMC in partnership with the Four Seasons Trail Association. Don’t miss out on the fun and prizes. Register now! Registration also available from 11 am -12 pm at the door on the day of the event. $5 per participant To register, to volunteer or for more information, call Gail Lamarr at 207-834-1459
Francis Malcolm Science Center, 776 Houlton Road, Easton, ME
Join us at the FRANCIS MALCOLM SCIENCE CENTER for a 1 hour MOONLIGHT SNOWSHOE HIKE through our beautiful woods. Snow shoes are available at no charge with your paid admission. Hot chocolate will be served following the hike. Please bring a flashlight or head lamp if available. Reservations are requested. Please call (207) 488-5451, or e-mail email@example.com Admission: $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for children, $20.00 for a family Location: 776 Houlton Road, Easton, ME Make-up date: Saturday, February 11th, 6:30 pm
Tricia @ (207) 488-5451 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy some great CLASSIC skiing, a warm lodge and terrific food. 5K or 15K Classic Race Registration: 9:00 – 10:15 AM Race Time: 10:30 AM (15K and 5K) Cost (includes lunch): $15 FKOC Members/$20 Non-members Visit our website www.fortkentoc.org for any updates
Are you interested in ice fishing, but not quite sure where to begin? Downeast Lakes Land Trust and Princeton Rod & Gun Club are thrilled to be hosting a “Family Ice Fishing Day” on Saturday, February 25th on West Grand Lake. Whether you are a seasoned pro or need a basic introduction to the sport, there will be something for all ages. Members of Princeton Rod & Gun Club will provide instruction and gear to anyone who needs help. Interested participants should dress warmly and meet at the Downeast Lakes Land Trust office at 12 pm to caravan out to the lake, where we will have hot drinks and a warming fire on shore. For more information or to register, please contact Downeast Lakes Land Trust at (207) 796 – 2100 or email email@example.com.
Downeast Lakes Land Trust and the Grand Lake Snowmobile Club are partnering to celebrate the Great Maine Outdoor Weekend with a group snowmobile trail ride. On Saturday, February 4th, bring your snow sleds and a lot of warm clothing to Grand Lake Stream. Participants can park their vehicles and trailers in the Grand Lake Stream Dam Parking Lot and then ride over to the Grand Lake Snowmobile Clubhouse via “Marion’s Trail.” The ride will get started at 10 am, and if you would like to arrive a little earlier, there will be hot drinks at the clubhouse. We will have one long ride option and one short ride option, visiting different parts of the Downeast Lakes Community Forest. Fuel and food are available in Grand Lake Stream at the famous Pine Tree Store. For more information, please contact DLLT at (207) 796 – 2100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Side by side hill climb with slalom gates. There will be several classes to enter your sleds including a 120cc class for the kids. Admission at the gate will be $7.00/person over 10 years of age. Food and refreshments will be available so bring the whole family.
Dana Thibeault 834-6266 or Matthew Collin at 231-0878.
All day side by side racing action at Lonesome Pine Trails sponsored by the Fort Kent Sno Riders. The race will be a side by side course to the top of the mountain with classes from 500cc to Outlaw. Kids racing too. For more information go to www.fortkentsnoriders.com. Join us April 9th for food, fun and demonstrations all day.
The University of Maine at Presque Isle’s Outing Club will host snowshoeing at Aroostook State Park on Sunday, March 13, 1 – 4 p.m. This outing includes a guide, transportation and equipment. No experience is required. This event is free and open to the public. Participants should sign up no later than Friday, March 11 by 3 p.m. FMI, contact Amanda Baker at 207-768-9401 or email at email@example.com.
Come enjoy a day of winter fun outside. Sliding, Bonfire, Skiing (equipment available to borrow), Snowmobile tote rides, Outdoor Games and Activities and much more. Chili Cook-off sponsored by Limestone Chamber. Chicken Stew and concessions available.
Limestone Recreation Director Bill Tucker (207) 551-1204
3rd Annual Angel Snowfest In Memory of Dick and Carol Derosier to benefit Angel Flight of NE & Edgar J Paradis Cancer Fund
Event Dates and Times
- Starts: 11:00 AM
The Lakeview Restaurant, 9 Lakeview Dr, St Agatha ME
$15.00 Registration per person, which includes Chicken Stew and Ployes after the walk, begins at 11 am and Snowshoe/Walk begins at 1:00 pm. Additional pledges are encouraged. Jerry T will be playing from 3-6, Adam Ouellette will be playing from 6-8 Bad Mother Boogie will begin at 8:00 pm There will be a $10.00 Donation per person beginning at 6.
Jenn Daigle at 543-6331 or 436-5997 or firstname.lastname@example.org Becky Pelletier at 543-6062 or 436-0613 or email@example.com
The Carter Brook Sno Birds Snowmobile Club is hosting their annual Antique Snowmobile Parade and ride to the clubhouse, Saturday, March 1. It will begin right after the last CanAm musher departs from the start gate, around 10:30 am. Registrations begin at 8 am in the Quigley’s/S.W. Collins parking lot on Main Street in Fort Kent. Pre-registration is recommended by contacting Russell at 834-3857. A $10 fee includes the ride and a sticker. Lunch is available at the clubhouse.
The 41st Annual Henry Anderson Memorial Ski Dag will be held on Sunday, Feb. 28th on the Caribou Ski Trails at the Caribou Country Club. Registration is at 9 a.m. Races will start at 10 a.m. Cost is $10 for adults, $25 for families, and free to participants 18 and under. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons will be awarded for all Aroostook Cup Divisions for each race. 1st place ribbons will be awarded for each division for the Pursuit, (combined race times). Race divisions are ages 13 & under; 14-15; 16-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; 70-79; and 80 & older. For more information please call the Caribou Parks and Recreation Department at 493-4224. Sponsored by the Caribou Parks and Rec and Cary Medical Center.
Gary Marquis, Caribou Parks and Recreation Department, 493-4224
The 2016 Himie Towle Memorial Winter Frolic will be held on Saturday, March 5th at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle. Registration is from 10 - 11:30 a.m., Youth Frolicking starts at 12 noon. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for youth or $20 for families. All registrations include lunch. The mass-start event is Freestyle Cross-Country, (classic track is also available). Snowshoe enthusiasts are welcome to come and use the trails. There will be 1st and 2nd place awards in 22 ski categories. Aroostook Cup points will be awarded to all ski entries 14 years and older, 10k race or 5k tour. There will be lots of Merchandise and Frolic Freebees for participants. All Aroostook Cup contenders will by vying for an Amish Rocking Chair. All proceeds to benefit Nordic Heritage Sport Club Youth Programs. For more information please call Tom Towle at 227-6306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by Cary Medical Center and the Nordic Heritage Sport Club
Spend a winter's day at the park. We have everything you need to have fun with the family, outside in Aroostook County’s winter wonderland. Cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating (conditions permitting), sliding hill, snowmobile "tote-rides", guided nature interpretive walks, bonfires, hot food, Smokey the Bear comes out of hibernation and the Maine Warden Service will join in the days fun. Have no equipment? Don't know how to use it? Don't worry; we have all of that, including expert instruction! All you need is to wear warm winter clothing and want to have fun!!! Fees: Adults 12 -64 are $1.50; everyone else free. Lunch is provided. FMI call 207-768-8341
- Starts: 9:00 AM
- Starts: 9:00 AM
Caribou Country Club, Caribou, Maine
The 41st annual Henry Anderson Memorial Ski Dag will be held at the Caribou Country Club. This 5 mile, classical race is open to all ages. Registration is on race day at 9 am with the race starting at 10 am.
Caribou Parks & Recreation Department 207 493-4224
Four Seasons Trail Association Lodge, Spring Street, Madawaska, Maine 04756
Fourth annual winter festival for kids! Sponsored by NMMC in partnership with the Four Seasons Trail Association. Don’t miss out on the fun and prizes. Register now! Registration also available from 11 am -12 pm at the door on the day of the event. $5 per participant To register, to volunteer or for more information, call Gail Lamarr at 207-834-1459
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