Downeast Energy provides convenient, clean and efficient heating oil to homes and businesses in Maine and New Hampshire. We install the most advanced furnaces and heating systems and service nearly any other make or model. We also provide propane heating systems, propane delivery and furnace service.
The Denmark Arts Center is dedicated to furthering the creation and appreciation of the arts in a context informed by our specific power of place in Denmark, ME.
We pursue our mission in three distinct program areas:
1) The presentation of a vibrant arts program for local and visiting audiences in the region.
2) The provision of participatory opportunities for artists through commissions, performances, workshops, classes and residencies.
3) The delivery of high-quality educational programs for children and youth in partnership with regional schools and youth organizations.
Full service printer, from hats and shirts to books, business forms, signs and more since 1946. One call does it all. Direct mail and design also available.
Wyonegonic Camps, established in 1902, is the oldest continuously-run camp for girls in America. Wyonegonic is composed of three separate camps — designed to fit the individual needs and interest of the campers. Each camp forms its own close-knit community that is small enough to kindle deep friendships. Cabin life is rustic and simple. Our seven hundred acres of pine forest and two miles of shoreline offers campers a sense of privacy and isolation.
We offer programs for girls between 8 and 18 years old. Wyonegonic is a camp where girls learn about themselves in a non-competitive atmosphere and enjoy the beauty of friendship in the simplicity of the outdoors.
We are a coop of local hand crafters that provide quality gifts to folks seasonally, opening memorial weekend through labor day. Our hours are 10am to 4pm seven days a week. We are active in our community and offer craft demos throughout the season. We are located in the former GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) Building behind Renys on the beautiful and historic depot street.We were founded by the late and very locally dedicated Eula Shorey with the vision to create teach and keep “handicraft” alive and flourishing for the generations to come. We are a charitable organization giving back to our community with each passing season. Things at BAC are ever changing and always improving with new members every year. If you have a unique craft that you are “handy” at please come in a see us. We would love to include you in our society!