Oquossoc Day celebration planned

OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society’s Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum will offer two special events in conjunction with Oquossoc Day Saturday, Aug. 20

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Sporting museum celebrates first year

OQUOSSOC — To mark the Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum’s first anniversary, the Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society has announced that well known watercolorist David B. Tibbetts will offer a number of his original artwork and limited edition prints at auction at the Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum. read more

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Early American Indian site is program topic

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Historical Society’s Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum will present a program Aug. 5 on the exploration of a site where early American Indians hunted caribou. read more

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New Oquossoc sporting heritage museum enthralls hundreds

Piper Tim Sullivan, right, of Gloucester, Mass., who has a nearby camp on Bald Mountain Road in Oquossoc, plays bagpipe music during Saturday’s grand opening of the new $1 million Rangeley Outdoor Heritage Museum on Route 17 as a line of people from Maine and across the nation head inside.

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