Waterfront camp on 4 acres in Maine. Circa 1914. $399,900

This would make a great summer vacation spot! The listing includes two structures. The main house was built in 1914. It is located on 3.96 acres in Rangeley, Maine. The home is situated on beautiful Dodge Pond. The main house is a Kennebago style log cabin. There are hardwood floors and exposed beams. There is a covered porch and a large deck. Both structures have power and ample water. They both have new roofs. $399,900.
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Rangeley’s 2021 Annual Town Meeting Completed

With the exception of a $2,000.00 donation request by Community Concepts all articles contained in the 2021 Rangeley Town Warrant were passed on June 8, 2021. The School Budget also was approved. Wes Dugan, a former graduate of Rangeley Lakes Regional School, was voted in for a two year term...
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RCOC 6th Annual JULY 3rd in the Park

The Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 6th Annual July 3rd in the Park event!. On Saturday, July 3rd, the park will come alive with activities, food and entertainment for all ages, all provided by our area nonprofit organizations. This will be a true family day packed with fun. Festivities will start at 10:00AM with Children’s Doll Carriage Parade on Main Street and the Duck Race on Haley Pond. The Frost Memorial Art Show will run 10AM – 4PM. The Rangeley Recreation Department will again be sponsoring fun activities in the park. The 3rd annual “Rangeley’s Great American Dog Parade” starts at 2:00PM and prizes will be awarded. The Tom Ball Band will perform at 6:30PM and lead right up to the spectacular fireworks show over the lake at dusk.
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Congratulations to the RLRS Class of 2021!

Each year The Rangeley Highlander sends questions to the Rangeley Lakes Regional School graduating class. The questions vary each year and the graduating students have a lot on their plates so they are given the option of skipping questions for any reason. Yes, it was a challenging year with varied...
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4th Annual Rangeley RuKaBi Race Results

Rangeley Health and Wellness and the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce that the 4th Annual Rangeley RuKaBi race, a fun, 3-part race (run, kayak and bike), was a big success. The event took place on Sunday, May 30th in Rangeley Town Park. The race consisted of...
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Lupine Festival Headlines a Fun Weekend in Oquossoc

Oquossoc- The Outdoor Heritage Museum will host the 2021 Lupine Festival Art & Antique Show on the grounds of the museum, in Oquossoc, on Saturday, June 19th from 10- 4pm. Over 30 booths will fill the grounds with various vendors offering bargains on antiques, crafts, and works of art making for some great gift ideas to customers. The museum has 3 new exhibits as well as some amazing newly acquired artifacts on display for the 2021 season!
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Outing Club honors Lucy Simonds’ leadership

It speaks highly of a person when they are being honored for their leadership with the Rangeley School Outing Club, and several students come who have never been on an outing with her. Lucy Simonds is just that kind of teacher and role model. On Friday, May 21, we gathered for a cookout near the woods where Mrs. Simonds has been instrumental in leading students in creating a well loved trail adjacent to the playground. Over the last several years, she has guided intersession groups to do trail maintenance, and had been the voice that motivated other school staff to help when one or more wind events left several trees leaning or downed. Beyond the trailwork, she has led many students on hikes, kayak trips, biking trips, climbing at the antigravity center, snowshoe and ski trips.
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Rangeley Adult Tennis: Play for a Day or Play for the Season

The Rangeley adult tennis group welcomes new members all summer long. All ability levels are welcome. Matches are at 9:00am, Monday thru Friday, with locations in both Rangeley and Oquossoc. You tell us the days you would like to play and we will do our best to schedule you for those days. Most often people play 2 or 3 times a week and are matched with people that are at or around their skill level. Most matches are mixed doubles with some women’s and men’s also. No singles. We start in June but continue to play into the Fall until the nets come down or until the snow falls. However, you don’t have to play all season. You can even join for just a couple of games! It’s a fun group and great exercise!
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Mooselookmeguntic Salmon Derby this upcoming weekend June 19 & 20

This weekend will see an event incomparable to any other fisheries contest in the long storied fishing history of the Rangeley area. The Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association will hold the Mooselookmeguntic Landlocked Salmon Derby on Saturday and Sunday June 19 and 20. MDIFW fisheries biologists have determined there...
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RLHT hosting 3rd Rangeley Birding Festival

Along with co-sponsor Maine Audubon, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is pleased to announce the 3rd annual Rangeley Birding Festival, to be held in person this June 10-13, 2021. The Rangeley Lakes region is the premier birding destination for rare and sought-after species in New England. Deep in the heart of Maine’s lush boreal forest, Rangeley provides a convenient hub to find northern specialties like Black-backed Woodpecker, Spruce Grouse, and Boreal Chickadee, as well as breeding warblers including Cape May, Bay-breasted, and Mourning. One of the trips offered – a day hike on Saddleback Mountain – will focus on Bicknell’s Thrush, one of North America’s rarest and most localized breeders.
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‘Woods & Water’ exhibition features art of Wissman

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Friends of the Arts will host a reception for “Woods & Water” – Oil paintings David Wissman, at the Lakeside Contemporary Art Gallery, located in the lobby of the RFA Lakeside Theater, on Friday July 2, from 5 – 6:30 p.m. Enjoy complimentary snacks and cash bar (beer/wine) and meet the artist. The Exhibit continues through July 28, 2021. General Gallery hours are Monday – Saturday10-2. “My desire is to create an account of a heritage that so many hold dear while others have not had the opportunity to appreciate. Keeping this tradition and culture alive is at the heart of my work. I am inspired to capture those images that embody the simple way of hunting and fishing with family and friends; illustrating those bonds that we hold dear by way of Oil on Canvas.”

Seven students at Rangeley school inducted into National Honor Society

RANGELEY — Rangeley Lakes Regional School’s annual induction ceremony for the National Honor Society took place Friday, May 28 at 1:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium. A total of seven students were inducted into the school’s chapter. To be eligible for membership consideration, students must have a cumulative grade point...