Snowfest -The Moosehead Lake Region has 2 weeks of winter fun activities! Most activites take place just one block away! www.greenvilleinn.com
Some of the scheduled events around Greenville are:
February 6, 2010 at 9:00 AM
30 Mile Sled Dog Race
Hundreds of Sled dogs and their mushers will head to Greenville, Maine for this race. Experienced dog teams travel from all over New England and Canada to participate in one of only three distance sled dog races in the region. Spectators are invited to meet the mushers & teams at the IF&W lot on Village Street in Greenville or at one of many viewing sites.
February 7, 2010 at 8:30 AM
Family Ice Day at Sawyer Pond
Want to learn to ice fish? Learn the basic skills required to catch fish under the ice. Bring warm clothes and your fishing license.Fishing equipment will be supplied or you can bring your own. Hot food and drinks will be provided. Participation is limited so call and leave your name, number of participants and your telephone number. Call: Sally Tournquist 207-280-0990
February 12, 2010 at 5:30 PM
Moosehead Riders Chili/Chowder and more Cookoff
Annual cook-off featuring many of our best local chefs.
February 14, 2010 at 1:00 PM
Annual Moosehead Lake Chocolate Festival
A tantalizingly delicious event sponsored by the Moosehead Chamber of Commerce. A great place to take the whole family. Choose 12 samples from a selection of 30 delectable chocolate desserts. For the kids there is a special Children’s corner with unique food & prizes. And, as always, you can place a bid on the great items in our Silent & Chinese Auction.
February 18, 2010 at 10:00 AM
Horse/Wagon Ride-Fireworks and Fun
Horse/wagon ride starts at 10 to about 2. There will also be a clown, jugglers and face painting at the Museum with free hot chocolate at Auntie M’s. Later that evening will be fireworks on the ice by the Forestry Dept. All is free and sponsored by J&L Waitkus.
Location: Katahdin Parking Lot & Museum (right below us)
February 19, 2010 at 7:00 PM
Snowmobile Ride and Bonfire
at the East Cove of Moosehead Lake