Mondays and Saturdays
Searsport Town Dock
Sailing tours of Searsport Harbor. Check here for schedule, reservations, and additional information.
Tuesdays 2:30 to 5:30
Searsport Farmers’ Market
Route One, on the Crescent
Locally grown fruit, vegetables, meat, eggs, and plants, and locally made baked goods and crafts.
Thursdays in July and August, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Saturdays in September and October, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Demonstrations of 19th-century crafts, starting Thursday, July 10.
Generously sponsored by Knickerbocker Group: Designers, Builders, Cabinetmakers, Caretakers
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African-Americans have been in Maine since the very beginning of settlement. In the 19th Century many lived side by side with their Euro-American neighbors, but some were settled together in their own communities. People in the rural town of Troy have traditions about such a settlement, said to have been large and self-sufficient at one time but now vanished. What was the reality of the place, and what was its fate? Unity College students interviewed Troy residents, sought out old records, and excavated the site of the original settlement to discover the stories–and the truth–about what happened to the African-Americans of rural Waldo County. Chris Marshall is professor of anthropology at Unity College. He researches the ecology and historical archaeology of early Euro-and Afro-American settlers in the Central Maine back-country, with emphasis on land-human interaction and landscape archaeology. PMM’s Main Street Gallery. Tickets $8 members and $10 non-members.Find out more »