A Must Do: Saddleback’s Bluegrass Festival all day Saturday

RANGELEY – Set against a drop dead gorgeous hillside with a bird’s eye view of Rangeley’s lakes, the 2nd Annual Saddleback Mountain Bluegrass Festival hit its first twangy note Friday afternoon. The start of the two-day event featuring Maine’s considerable stringed talent played from 3 to 8 p.m

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A Must Do: Saddleback’s Bluegrass Festival all day Saturday

Rangeley Loggers Festival

RANGELEY — The Annual Logging Festival Parade was one of the best, with a lot more entries and festivities this year, including an appearance by Maine Gov. Paul LePage

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Rangeley Loggers Festival

Logging traditions celebrated in Rangeley

RANGELEY – A breezy, cool and cloudy morning gave way to bright, warm sunshine for the start of the 31st Annual Logging Festival parade today.

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Logging traditions celebrated in Rangeley

Maine music at the Rangeley Logging Festival July 29 & 30

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum has gone all out this year and invited two fine groups from Maine to play on Friday and Saturday, July 29 and 30, at the 31st annual Logging Festival. Twelve-year-old Mason Strunk of Eustis Ridge will appear during the 7pm Friday Night Program of the Festival, July

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Maine music at the Rangeley Logging Festival July 29 & 30