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A First Friday Event: ART Walk Bar Harbor

Celebrate summer with this festive night out on the town. Art Walk Bar Harbor showcases a wide variety of fine art and craft, music and theater, many works by local artists. Pick up your walking map at the Chamber of Commerce,most lodging establishments, and all participating venues.

Island Arts Association’s 4th of July Craft Fair

The Island Arts Association will hold their Annual 4th of July Craft Fair in front of the MDI YMCA on Park Street (across the street from the Ball Field), Bar Harbor from 9am – 3pm. The IAA celebrates our national holiday each year with a wonderful offering of local area

First Friday Art Walk Artworks to Fireworks

Start your 4th of July week with a bang! July 1 Art Walk showcases a wide variety of fine art and craft. Stroll downtown Bar Harbor to meet an array of creative and talented artists. Pick up your walking map at the Chamber of Commerce, most lodging establishments, and all

Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce

Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce

There is no better place in Maine for strolls down historic streets and hikes on historic trails, people watching and whale watching, spring festivals and summer celebrations, lobster bakes and gourmet dining. Bar Harbor is the heart of coastal Maine and Acadia National Park. For more information visit

Looking Glass Restaurant

Even if you didn’t rise to catch the real event, you can feast on the classic “Cadillac Sunrise” (two eggs, bacon or sausage, home fries, toast), along with panoramic views over Bar Harbor and the Porcupine Islands from the glass-walled almost-hilltop restaurant at the Wonder View Inn. Breakfasts: from $7.95.

Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce

Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce

Visit the Jewel of the Maine Coast, a handy destination for weekend or longer getaways located midway between Portland/Freeport and Bar Harbor. Ride a windjammer or kayak to view lighthouses and sea life. Hike 25 miles of trails in a state park “where the mountains meet the sea”. Enjoy great

Red Sky

Here’s an anomaly: a classy, white-tablecloth restaurant that shuns pretension. Expect fine local, organic ingredients (when available) and a good selection of very local seafood, along with vegetarian options that don’t leave non-carnivores feeling like second-class citizens. The house-baked bread is a wonderful way to start, and the homemade desserts

Sweet Pea Farm

Twofer! Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner from the wood-fired oven at Sweet Pea Cafe and purchase Maine-made wine, beer, and chocolates at Bar Harbor Cellars Winery, both located on Sweet Pea Farm. Entrees: from $10. Best Twofold Food Stop

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