A non-profit arts cooperative. We operate Gallery 302 staffed by Guild members and exhibiting artists. A venue to purchase from local artists and artisans and holds numerous events such as the Student Art Show and Art in the Park. Serendipity Gift Shop is within Gallery 302.
In 1936 a marvelous opera house was built on the site of an old deer run in the forest above the village of Harrison, Maine. It was designed by Harrison G. Wiseman, a famous theatre architect with the instruction to, “Design the most technically perfect theatre possible”. Constructed of rose hemlock in the Adirondack Style with hand carved fixtures and near perfect acoustics, the then 350 seat, now 300 seat theatre was considered as fine as any on Broadway.
Now listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, Deertrees Theatre is operated as a non-profit Theatre and presents an eclectic offering of performances, both musical and theatrical and workshops.
As home to the Deertrees New Repertory Company, the Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival, the Back-Stage Art Gallery and the Salt Lick Café, Deertrees has become and remains, ‘Maine’s Most Enchanting Playhouse.’
We look forward to welcoming you.
Andrew Harris, Artistic & Executive Director
The Emilia Dahlin Quartet
Restaurant, Brewery & Bar set in farmhouse built in the 1860’s. Outside bar Checkpoint 70 open in the summer and provides another stage for outdoor entertainment. Live bands every weekend, Karaoke on Thursday evenings & Open Jam Session on Sundays!
Serving up quality food, entertainment and atmosphere to the locals and visitors alike.
The Olde Mill Tavern is housed in a building that has certainly seen its share of history. The buildings originally on this site were destroyed by fires in 1907 and 1921. The current post and beam structure that is here today was built in 1923. It has housed the Bungalow Playhouse, an American Legion Hall, a roller-skating rink and a gym for local schools. In the 50s, retail spaces occupied the building. You could get anything from building supplies to hardware and even groceries. In the 60s the building took shape as a restaurant. We are the 4th restaurant to call this building home. Our predecessors were The Kubby Hole, The Round Table, and The Cracked Platter.
We are located in the center of Harrison Village at the intersection of Routes 35 and Routes 117. We have been family owned and operated since 1996. The Olde Mill Tavern blends the perfect combination of a friendly atmosphere and a casual dining experience. We offer a variety of great food including steaks, seafood, chicken, and pork. We also offer some creative vegetarian and vegan specials upon request. Our lounge area is great place to meet up with friends for a light dinner or just drinks. On weekends our lounge opens up to offer some of the best local entertainment around.
Oxford Casino, located in the heart of southern Maine, just minutes from Exit 63 off the Maine Turnpike is your destination for wicked good fun. Our casino offers a unique gaming and entertainment experience unlike any other. From table games to slot machines, our non-stop gaming action delivers a thrill a minute to fortune seekers, and our on-site restaurant and full bar provide places to refuel. Oxford Casino is the most exciting new recreation destination in Maine.
About forty minutes from Portland, and around the corner from the Great Outdoors, Oxford Casino is located at the gateway to the southern Maine recreational area. From the mountain climbing, river rafting and hiking trails of the gorgeous Maine countryside to the famous lighthouses adorning Maine’s stunning coast, the adventures awaiting you are limitless.
The Dragonfly Barn is the perfect venue for your next event! Nestled on the beautiful historic Ingalls Farm, this newly refurbished facility offers every amenity. Suitable for any size event, in all seasons. Come experience the charm of Bridgton, Maine.