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The Acadia Outdoor Center at 18 Main Street offers bike rentals, coffee and Pugnuts ice cream/gelato, and a variety of outdoor gear and products.

Seal Harbor’s One-Stop Outdoor Shop

Robyn Hanson knows the trails on Mount Desert Island better than most. A fifth-generation Seal Harbor resident, she and her business partner, Jamie Whitehead, have launched the Acadia Outdoor Center to enhance local outdoor experiences while providing year-round recreation for the community.

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Read more about the article 13.8 Billion Years and Counting: Exploring the Naturalist’s Notebook
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13.8 Billion Years and Counting: Exploring the Naturalist’s Notebook

Entering the Naturalist’s Notebook in Seal Harbor is like crossing the threshold into another world –– only the world is this world, and the story it tells is the oldest story in existence. The beloved Exploratorium will reopen in 2021 as a year-round establishment.

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Celebrating 10 years of Artemis Gallery

Georgia O’Keeffe once wrote that “Nothing is less real than realism. Details are confusing. It is only by selection, by elimination, by emphasis, that we get at the real meaning of things.” At Artemis Gallery in Northeast Harbor, a collection of Maine-inspired and Maine-made artworks give evidence of O’Keeffe’s words.

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