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Shipyard Brew Haus OPEN for the Summer!

Shipyard Brew Haus OPEN for the Summer!

On our Friday tour around to see what’s happening this weekend we got some great news from the Shipyard Brew Haus. The details are still being worked out but the plan is that they will be open for the summer season. This is great news for all the mountain bikers, golfers, hikers, paddlers, and anyone […]

Look who we ran into at the Pines!?! Sandy & her wicked cute FRIENDS from Tea Pond!

Look who we ran into at the Pines!?! Sandy & her wicked cute FRIENDS from Tea Pond!

Another of our Region’s real gems. As if the food, drinks, atmosphere & friendly people weren’t enough, this adorable Golden family alone is worth the wee ride out to Tea Pond’s “Off the Beaten Path” Restaurant & Pub!! Bonus time open as long as we can keep spring at bay; as long as the snow […]

Carrabassett Valley Bike… not too early to think about the MTB season ahead here in the capitol of Maine MTB scene!

Carrabassett Valley Bike… not too early to think about the MTB season ahead here in the capitol of Maine MTB scene!

How We Do It. From the grassroots growth of MTBing in CV… no years of planning around a table, no Gov’t Ec Development instigation, indeed, the many locals like Bob Ash who worked to make it possible to share their passion for MTBing with others, have subsequently created a whole new dynamic for economic opportunity […]

Carrabassett Valley’s Town Meeting Wed. Mar. 13, 2019

Carrabassett Valley’s Town Meeting Wed. Mar. 13, 2019

The purest form of democracy! Most of our town’s property owners are not actually residents, so we record our Town Meetings for taxpayers to know what the money is going towards in CV! Not a bad showing of locals in a Town of 781! Never seen Dave blush so much as when we all sang […]

Here’s a Father-Son Adventure few can match! Congrats, Andy & Ian McKendry

Here’s a Father-Son Adventure few can match! Congrats, Andy & Ian McKendry

What happens when two of Sugarloaf’s finest, former Patrollers Andrew & Leslie McKendry, ‘grow up’ & have children? Their kids turn out to be exceptional, too!! Son Ian joined his dad on a long dreamed of trip from the Canadian border in Montana to the Mexican one in New Mexico, mainly along the forest roads […]

Carrabassett Valley History Committee

Carrabassett Valley History Committee

Jean Luce and Tim Flight stopped by to inform us about something they have been working on for quite sometime. Their efforts have paid off. Check out the History of Carrabassett Valley at www.history.carrabassettvalley.org. So much cool stuff to learn about and you’ll see why certain things around here are named as they are, etc. […]

It’s almost spring, & that means it’s time for Snowmakers’ Ball at Sugarloaf

It’s almost spring, & that means it’s time for Snowmakers’ Ball at Sugarloaf

If you’re inclined to be easily offended, skip this one… all bets are off for the shinanigans we used to get up to create our videos for the most important social event of the year, for the Mtn’s Ops crew at the end of every season since 1983. This video is from ’85. This is […]

Talent? We’ve got it!! Community Theater comes to Stratton!

Talent? We’ve got it!! Community Theater comes to Stratton!

The very first show of this group will be at the Community Building on the 22nd, 23rd & 24th of this month. The production is “Daddy’s Girl” with a story line of a widowed diner owner, played by Peter Farnsworth, & a cast of local thespians that invite you to join them in the audience […]

Update on CV matters w/ Town Meeting coming up on March 13

Update on CV matters w/ Town Meeting coming up on March 13

Carrabassett Valley is unique in so many ways with its incorporation coming after the Mountain became a ski area; so we tend to look at things differently than the average NE Town even tho that most prized of representations of true democracy, the good old fashioned New England Town Meetings which are part of the […]

Karl’s Kids

Karl’s Kids

We are seeing these kids grow up with their annual visit to WSKI; please support Karl’s Kids events this weekend at Sugarloaf. Races on Boardwalk, silent auction, food, drinks and much more happen all for a great cause… karlskids.org