The Maine Forestry Museum "MFM" is just about ready for our Logging Festival this coming Friday & Saturday July 28th & 29th! ... See MoreSee Less

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The first day of the Maine Forestry Museum's Logging Festival will include arts & crafts vendors, children's activities, indoor & outdoor museum displays, witness the traditional burying of the beans for our Bean-Hole dinner served on Saturday of the Festival and more!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Maine Forestry Museum 37th Annual Logging Festival

July 28, 2017, 10:00am - July 28, 2017, 3:00pm

The first day of the Maine Forestry Museum's Logging Festival will include arts & crafts vendors, ch...

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Come join us at the Maine Forestry Museum for it's 33rd Annual Little Mr & Miss Woodchip competition. The Museum invites every girl and boy aged 6 to 8 to sign up for the contest. Contestants may sing a song or recite a poem: they may choose a favorite or write their own. Every Woodchip contestant receives a prize. Winners will ride on the Woodchip float the following day in the Logging Parade. The evening also includes cloggers, music and light refreshments. Come and join the fun. To enter your child and for more information on the contest please contact Liz Pimentel at 917-836-1632. ... See MoreSee Less

33rd Annual Little Mr & Miss Woodchip Competition

July 28, 2017, 7:00pm - July 28, 2017, 8:00pm

Come join us at the Maine Forestry Museum for it's 33rd Annual Little Mr & Miss Woodchip competitio...

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Maine Forestry Museum — In-Kind Donors

A-One Builders (Christian Raymond/Eddie Collins) construction consultant, donations for project & equipment loans
Always Carving (John & Nancy Arsenault) RLRLM sign restoration
ASI original logs from Upper Dam crib
Barten, David three hand-carved dioramas (6’x8′) for expansion B
Bonney, Forrest labor to design live-edge wooden tabletops for library
Boss Power Equipment use of low bed trailer
Brookfield Logging boat from Aziscohos Dam
Cupsuptic Welding (Ron Ray) development & construction of barrel train for children
Dallas Hill Construction (George Crosson) Construction work to finish off basement
Dallas Hill Plumbing and Heating (Jamie Ellis) Relocation & re-installation of basement furnace
Daviau, Robert commercial grill
ENS Associates design drawings
Farmhouse Inn (Shane Vorous) culvert & site work
Goodwin Builders, Inc. (Randy Goodwin) professional consultation & equipment loans
Hancock Lumber materials for new porch
IEC Electric all inside lighting installation
Libby, Lee discounted siding installation & equipment loans
M & H Construction construction of access road & on-site parking for trucks & logging equipment
Maine Made Furniture Company live-edge slabs of wood to construct tables/library
Mark Beauregard Inc. shale/gravel
Mike Cerminara Landscaping Services wood chipping & site work
Morgan, T. A. (Terry Morgan) site work
Mooseville (Cory Ellis) moose mascot costume
Nichols Brothers Logging logs for stadium seating
Noyes-Smith, Betsy Indian Carving, 7 leather/wooden chairs, historic photos
Olson’s Tent Rental outdoor tents
Pleasant River Lumber interior pine v-match
Poland Springs bottled water for volunteer work crew
Rangeley Electric (Wes Dugan) exterior lighting & power line relocation, basement electricity
Rangeley Building & Remodeling (Mark Gordon)

Construction & labor to finish off basement project
Rangeley Lakes Building Supply technical suport, sponsorship & professional contacts
Robinson Lumber exterior siding discount
S-K Fuels (Mike Koob) fuel oil for heating
Seacoast Security Systems fire & alarm system with free monthly monitoring
Sikkens exterior log finishing stain
Stratton Lumber framing material
Technopost (Mike Brochu) discounted installation of construction posts
WSKI-TV logging festival promotional video; with no copyright issue

and more…

Maine Forestry Museum In-Kind Donors (formerly known as Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum)