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Art & Ales: Norway and Harrison

Maine's Lakes and Mountains

Start Your Day

Start your day at Café Nomad where you can find a great cup of coffee, and great local art that changes up monthly. Check the community gallery schedule.


Western Foothills Land Trust

Bernard Langlais sculpture installations at Roberts Farm Preserve and Shepards Farm Preserve. Together, there are more than 7 miles of walking and biking trails. Langlais is a well-known Maine artist, best known for his large-scale wooden sculptures. Follow the trails and find a little magic.

& Ales

Norway Brewing Company

Family-owned microbrewery and full-service restaurant on Main Street in downtown Norway. The taproom is open year-round, and an outdoor beer garden opens up during the warmer months. NB Co. locally sources ingredients whenever possible. #Leftturn #mrgrumpypants #mainestateofmind

Unique Lodging

Greenwood Manor Inn in Harrison on 100+ acres along the Bear River. Hang out and enjoy the perennial gardens and lawn games.

Local Tips

Deertrees Theatre, Maine’s most enchanting playhouse, presents a full schedule of performances each summer. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

McLaughlin Garden and Homestead is a century old farmhouse with massive stone walls and a unique collection of trees and perennials, known as Maine’s secret garden. Be sure to check out the garden gift shop.

Western Maine Art, a gallery space for local artists, learning center, and First Friday receptions.

On top of Paris Hill, Celebration Barn Theater, is a center for immersive physical theater. Artists come from around the globe to train here. On Saturday nights throughout the summer, the barn doors open to public with lots of fun filled surprises!

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