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The Scoop on Maine's Kennebec Valley

There are so many things happening in Maine's Kennebec Valley year-round and people are taking notice in so many ways. What follows are a few of the articles, lists, TV shows, vlogs...and more that are talking about the people, places, food, and things to do in the region.

Aiken StandardTHIS AND THAT: When the river disappears – uh-oh! – On the Kennebec River in central Maine...when I looked a couple of hundred yards ahead and noticed that the river seemed to end. READ MORE

USA Today, 10 Best10 reasons you need to travel the Maine Art Museum Trail – With its breathtaking scenery, it's no wonder generations of artists have been flocking to Maine since the mid-nineteenth century. Featuring the Colby Museum of Art, Waterville. READ MORE

TravelocityAmerica’s Most Scenic Spots for Early Leaf Peeping READ MORE

Adventure Sports NetworkWeekend Expeditions: Connections Across Maine Part 2, Maine's Kennebec Valley READ MORE

Down East Magazine Miller’s Table at Maine Grains – A shiny new pizza oven and a pubby vibe are heating up the old county cooler in Skowhegan. READ MORE

The Great Maine Scavenger Hunt – The Great Maine Scavenger Hunt is back (year three!), sending Down East readers out to explore all 35,385 square miles of Maine. READ MORE

Endless Days at the Family Camp – For author Ron Currie, childhood summers on McGrath Pond are the stuff of memories — wistful, fickle, and poignant. READ MORE

Belgrade Lakes: A Love Story – Pond ponderer Jennifer Finney Boylan offers a local’s tour of the Belgrade Lakes — and a heartfelt ode to living where others vacation. READ MORE

Martha Bakes: Oats, PBS – Martha invites grain expert and mill owner, Amber Lambke, to share her extensive knowledge of this versatile grain. READ MORE

Kennebec JournalNew tour showcases Hallowell’s unique history, restaurant scene – Red Cloak Tours's Hallowell Historic Tidbit showcases the city's restaurants for their cuisine and their historic significance. READ MORE

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