Family owned and operated, and proudly active in giving back to our community!
We provide quality Excavation work, including but not limited to driveways, landscaping, septic systems & leach fields, stump removal, re-routing water, and material delivery.
We also provide reliable weekly Trash Removal and Recycling in the towns of Bridgton and Harrison, for residents and seasonal customers and rental owners. Debris Hauls and full Clean Outs in the surrounding area is offered as well.
Contact Jason for all Excavation questions at 207-671-8020 and Emily for all Trash questions at 207-749-2850. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, check out our website, or find us on Facebook.
Enjoy a spoonful of paradise at this charming cottage on Crystal Lake. Spend the day ice skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing or take a sleigh ride. A large deck with screened porch that over looks the lake. Amenities such as a large fieldstone fireplace, pine interior with cathedral ceilings, rooms are nicely decorated with antiques.
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
Planning your much needed Lakeside summer vacation? Give us a call to reserve a Pontoon or Ski Boat w/ all the accessories to ensure fun and relaxation on the water… Gateway Marina is your one-stop shop for Clean & Dependable Daily, Weekly, or Monthly Late Model Boat Rentals and Accessories…Excellent references from hundreds of repeat customers! All of our power/speed boats are bowriders equipped with 4.3 V6 or 5.0 V8 Mercruiser I/O drivetrains for optimal skiing, wakeboarding, and tube towing capabilities. The majority of our late model pontoon boats have factory installed tow-bars for pulling younger children on tubes if so preferred.
Searching for a Pre-Owned Boat? Contact us with your desire…it is likely we have clean/low-hour Pontoon and Power boat trade-ins that have yet to be posted to our website!
The Lakeside Garden Club was organized in May, 1986 with 16 founding members. It became federated in October, 1993. Our objectives as a club is to encourage interest in all phases of gardening, to aid in the protection and conservation of natural resources, and to promote civic beauty.
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1810 farmhouse with rolling rock walls and a gentle pasture.
Old red barn converted into a rustic gathering place for friends and family.
Tranquil setting less than an hour from Portland and Lewiston/Auburn.
Up to 250+ guests with areas for tents and outside events.
Onsite parking and outdoor areas for games and photo backdrops.
Separate dedicated rooms for Bridal Party and Groomsmen
The Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival is an organization devoted to presenting and promoting high-quality chamber music performances in the Lake Region of Western Maine. Founded in 1972 by bassoonist Homer Pence and other professional musicians who summered in the region, and administered by a board of local volunteers, SLLMF has grown into a well-known and popular institution. Continuity has been maintained since the early years through the ongoing involvement of a core group of musicians. Mihae Lee, pianist with the festival for the past 20 years and Artistic Director of the Essex Winter Series in Connecticut, is the new Music Director. Every summer SLLMF presents a 5-week series of chamber music concerts at the Deertrees Theatre in Harrison, Maine. This series is held on Tuesday evenings during the last three weeks of July and the first two weeks of August.
We are a small family owned (husband & wife) company and have been in business since 2009.
Darren has over 20 years of experience in the industry and is the ‘man in the field’. Corinna manages the office and helps in the field when needed.
We believe in having an honest business and what that means to us is not selling you, the customer, something that you do not need. We also adjust our estimates/quotes to agree with the actual parts that we used as well as the number of hours the job took. Your final invoice will never be more than the estimate/quote unless you have requested we do more work than the estimate/quote was created for.
We provide FREE estimates/quotes so that you can make an informed decision as to what you would like to do. Heating and Air Conditioning can be an expensive purchase, but is certainly worth it when it is -20° outside and toasty warm inside or it is 95° outside and a comfy 68° inside!
Whatever your needs, heating or cooling or both, we are here for you! Give us a call today!
The current Harrison Block Building was built in 1923. The Ballroom and it’s adjoining rooms were used by the Rebekahs and Odd Fellows as their meeting rooms. It also served for town meetings and festive social gatherings. In 1994 Nan Brett became owner of The Ballroom. Its purpose, now, is to provide an arena to nurture a spectrum of movement, expressive, and performing arts techniques. The Ballroom’s 2,000 square foot main floor, mirrored wall, great acoustics, and 16-foot-high ceilings with molded plaster decorative work, provides a great venue for movement classes, performances, meetings and social gatherings. In addition to the original Ballroom, in 2001 Nan purchased the neighboring function room which had been converted to residential and office use in the 1970s. Extensive renovation has restored this room to its original beauty. The addition of this large room with kitchen facilities has allowed for further expansion of classes and functions at The Ballroom.
No job is too big or small. At One Stitch at a Time ME we can create an embroidery design from your existing logo or start from scratch.