Sports & Recreation

BikeMaine-- a 7-Day cycling event is the first in New England

BikeMaine-- a 7-Day cycling event is the first in New England

BikeMaine, a seven-day, 400 mile rolling celebration of Maine will run September 7 through 14. 

PHOTOS: Follow Tim Goff as he participates in #BikeMaine

The loop route, which begins and ends inOrono, will see cyclists camping in the following host communities: Orono, Dover-Foxcroft, Belfast, Castine, Bar Harbor (two nights) and Camp Jordan (Ellsworth).  A map of

Maine McDonald's High School All-Star Games

Maine McDonald's High School All-Star Games

In celebration of 25 years, you don't want to miss this year's EAST vs. WEST basketball action on Saturday, March 9 at Newman Gymnasium at Husson University in Bangor.

High school all-stars from across the state come together to put on a amazing show for you, complete with slam-dunk and foul shooting contests.

Your ticket is good for all Four action packed games.  Enjoy all the games with your friends, family and teammates!

All net proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Maine.

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Derby Lite: Buckle Your Helmets Ladies

Derby Lite: Buckle Your Helmets Ladies

Three times in the past three weeks I’ve have fallen hard on my rear end. And yet, I keep going back for more. Am I a masochist? Am I losing my mind? Nope, I’m in a beginner Derby Lite Class with a whole bunch of other women who just want to get some exercise that’s fun and different. Read more:

WinterKids Celebrates 4th Annual Cooper Campbell Day at Shawnee Peak - fun for all

 

WinterKids will kick off the 2012-2013 winter season with Cooper Campbell Day, a fun, fast-paced, on-mountain event for kids and their families at Shawnee Peak in Bridgton, ME from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 16th.

The festival—now in its fourth year—celebrates the life of Cooper Campbell, of Scarborough, who was killed by a drunk driver on the Maine Turnpike in April 2008. According to Steve Campbell, Cooper's father, fifteen-year-old Cooper was an avid skier and snowboarder who "enjoyed winter with his whole heart and lived by the words ‘live, love, listen, laugh, learn and leave a mark.'"

WinterKids and Shawnee Peak will help "leave a mark" for Cooper by bringing kids and families out on the slopes to learn and have fun together. Shawnee Peak has generously offered 75 pre-registered children and adults the chance to try skiing and snowboarding for the very first time, with free lessons, rentals, and lift tickets.