Bean-hole baked beans a logging camp tradition

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — It should be no surprise to see baked beans a central part of a logging festival because molasses and beans were a staple to life at the lumber camps of yesteryear. read more

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Rangeley’s logging festival greatly expanded

RANGELEY — The 31st Annual Rangeley Logging Festival and parade will be held July 29 and 30. This two-day event, sponsored by the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum, has greatly expanded its offerings for this year

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“The turnout was just wonderful,” at the Rangeley Region Logging Festival, noted Peggy Yocom, the museum’s archivist. More people than last year turned out for the July 24 festivities. read more

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Rangeley celebrates 30th Logging Festival, sign up now

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum invites everyone to sign up for the Little Miss and Mister Wood Chip Contest and to enter a float in this July’s Logging Festival parade, part of the Logging Museum’s Logging Festival Days, July 23 and 24. Come celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Logging Museum Festival.

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