Come to the BRLT Community Event on July 16

Boothbay Region Land Trust will be hosting a free and fun community family event on Saturday, July 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Oak Point Farm, Samoset Road, Boothbay Harbor.

Activities will include a bouncy house, alpacas (from 10 a.m. to noon), sun print activity table, lawn games, Maine Stone Workers Guild demonstration, scavenger hunt, raffle and more Again.

Live music will be provided by local musicians Phil Brooks and Darlene Bailey from 10 a.m. to noon, and local band F Block Combo from noon to 2 p.m.

We will also begin the grand opening of the Boothbay Region Land Trust Natural Playground at 10:15 am!

picnic blankets for sale

Get a special offer on a brand new BRLT Picnic Blanket! On this day only, you can get a picnic blanket for just $10! With soft fleece on one side and waterproof material on the other, it’s perfect for enjoying the fields of Oak Point Farm, the rocky shores of Ovens Mouth Preserve or even the beach!


Thank you to our sponsors: Cap’n Fish’s Cruises, Boothbay Railway Village Museum, The Tindal Family, Sea Glass Spa, Hammond Lumber and Ames True Value Hardware & Supply. Want to be a supporter of this community event? Please contact the Director of Development, Skye Wood, at [email protected] or (207) 633-4818 for more information.

Raffle Grand Prizes

Enter for a chance to win lots of fun raffle prizes from great local businesses! Each participant will receive a ticket for the draw at the end of the treasure hunt. You can also purchase tickets for $1/ticket or 12 tickets for $10. The raffle will be drawn at 1:45 p.m. Winners don’t need to be present to win, but be sure to leave a phone number!


Hot dogs and other refreshments will be available for purchase. All proceeds will be donated to the Boothbay Area Seniors Project Graduation Program. So treat your family to a hot dog (or four!) while enjoying the fresh air and the festivities!

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