• Forest Bathing Walk in Trevett, at Boothbay Region Land Trust’s Porter Preserve, from 10 to 11 a.m. A leisurely walk of less than a mile will be led by Certified Forest Therapy Guide Tracey Hall. Free, but you must register: or 633-4818.
  • Tennis for Fun in Belfast, is offered to special-needs kids and adults who want to train for the Special Olympics, 3 to 4 p.m. Fridays through September at Belfast City Park. The program is run by volunteers. Details:


  • Paces for PAWS 5K Race and 1-Mile Family Fun Walk, 8:30 a.m. on the Belfast Rail Trail. The dog-friendly event is the second in a series of six by Run Belfast 2019. Details:


  • Rockport Public Library 5K Run/Walk, starting at Rockport Opera House and ending at Rockport Harbor Marine Park. $20 to enter by June 21 at, and $25 on race day.


  • Learn How to Protect the Skin You’re In, noon to 1 p.m. at Belfast Free Library. Get information on how to stay safe under the sun from IMPACT Melanoma. You must register: 921-3950,


  • Trail Mixer at Gregory Hiking Trail, 2 Sawyer’s Island Road, Boothbay, from 10 to 11 a.m. Mixers are easy walks of a mile or two over moderate terrain that let hikers get to know the preserves of Boothbay Region Land Trust. No need to register – just meet at the trailhead.


  • “SUP for Beginners” in Camden, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Shirt Tail Point, Meguniticook River, Route 105. Join Maine Sport Outfitters to learn basic stand-up paddleboard skills, including basic strokes and how to get on and off the board. Kids 10-plus are welcome but must be with an adult. The $20 fee includes gear; family discounts available upon request. Sign-up: 921-3950,
  • “A Bird’s Eye View” of Midcoast Conservancy, 6 p.m. at 25 Friendship Street, Waldoboro. Waldoboro Business Association invites everyone to the program by Janet McMahon, who brings along an aerial view of the conservancy’s service area including watersheds of the Medomak and Sheepscot rivers and Damariscotta Lake. Maps of the trails, conserved lands and protected waters will be on display, and members of Midcoast Conservancy will be there to describe its programs and events.


  • Wildflower Walk at Oak Point Farm, 60 Samoset Road, Boothbay Harbor, 9 to 10:30 a.m. Botanist and Boothbay Region Land Trust board member Lauren Stockwell leads the easy walk and points out common wildflowers. Registration is required: call 633-4818 or email
  • Tick Talk at Jefferson Public Library, 6 p.m. Paula Jackson Jones, a survivor of late-stage neurological Lyme disease, gives the talk on how to prevent Lyme and tick-borne disease and what to do if you are bitten by a tick.
  • North Parish Cemetery Tour in St. George, 6 p.m. St. George Historical Society will meet at Wiley’s Corner Baptist Church, 15 Snows Point Road in St. George, for the tour led by Jim Skoglund. All are welcome.


  • Morey Hill Cemetery Cleanup, Saturday, June 29, at 9 a.m. Volunteers are asked to head to the cemetery on Morey Hill Road, a mile from Alford Lake Road. Hope’s oldest cemetery needs people to remove brush, cut overgrowth, and rake leaves. Bring lunch, water bottle, garden carts, trash cans, rakes, saws, loppers and weed whackers. For info: or 975-0156.
  • Healthy Kids Annual Strawberry Shuffle 5K Run and Fitness Walk, Saturday, July 6, at Great Salt Bay School, 559 Main Street, Damariscotta. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. and the race is at 8:30 a.m. With categories for every age and shortcake at the finish line. 5K registration is $27 at by 10 a.m. July 5 and $35 on race day. The fitness walk is $17 online and $25 on race day. Proceeds benefit child abuse prevention.