TWO Upcoming Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust Events




Join John Meader of Northern Stars Planetarium & Dark Skies Maine to learn about our stars and more.

One of the simplest but most awe-inspiring joys of being in Rangeley is the night sky. Far from the lights of a large population center, it explodes with stars.

Many visitors marvel at the glow of the Milky Way, shooting stars and other cosmic wonders visible to the naked eye.

RLHT is part of a group that hopes to make Rangeley the first international dark sky community in New England, certified by the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA).

This event will take place at the former Ecoventure Campus. Remember to wear warm clothes as it is usually cool at night. This is a family event, children should not come unattended. This event is open to the public.

Registration required.

Questions? Please call us at 864-7311.

Directions: From town, head south on Rt 4 for approximately 3.5 miles. Turn right on South Shore Drive. Continue on South Shore Drive for approximately 2 miles. You will see our EcoVenture Camp for Kids sign. Turn in the player.

Rangeley Lakes Scenery National Highway Improvements

Please join us on Wednesday October 6 at 4:00 p.m. to kick off and celebrate this group effort!

Individuals, Franklin County Commissioners, Franklin County TIF Committee, the
Northern Forest Center, the town of Rangeley, Signworks, M&H Construction, EL Vining and
Son, Maine Department of Transportation, Maine Department of Environment
Protection, Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway Committee, Maine Office of Tourism,
the Historical Society of Madrid and the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust have collaborated to
complete this project.

The Sandy River Scenic Turnout overlooks the Sandy River in Madrid at the entrance to the
RLNSB. Attendance will greet visitors with a booth showcasing attractions across the region and
Interpretive panels sharing the history of Madrid and Atlantic salmon restoration efforts in the
Sable River.

Rangeley Area Guidance System offers beautifully designed welcome and direction
signs to guide visitors from the North, South, East or West.

This project is a testament to the power of partnership and attachment to the common good.

Please join us in celebrating the fruits of our labor together!

Directions: On the ME-4 N, the switch is located on the right just before the single track
bridge over the Sandy River. Parking at the switch is limited and will be reserved for people
with mobility challenges. Additional parking is available at the Historical Society of Madrid
school museum on the left just across the bridge. The museum will be open after the
celebration for those who would like to know more about the history of Madrid. Rest room
the facilities are located on the ground floor of the school.


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