Welcome to the Village
Over the years, East Blue Hill, Maine has been home to many families. We’ve built homes, raised children, farmed the land and sailed its waters. This is a village that is rich in local history and talent, founded by fishermen, ship builders, carpenters, home builders, industrious woodsmen and stone cutters, healers, artists, merchants and farmers and their families. Today, equally hardworking and skilled people are drawn to the beauty and sense of community that the village offers its families, be they full-time or part-time residents.
These pages are available to residents and visitors alike to provide information on events, community governance, and opportunities in East Blue Hill, Maine. Participate, contribute, visit. Welcome to the Village.
- Visit our Library
- Visit or rent Founders Hall
- Use the Boat Ramp
- Stay tuned to Village Improvement Association news
LATEST NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Indian Curry Dinner to Benefit Founders Hall
An Indian Curry Dinner will be held on March 4th, starting at 6pm in East Blue Hill’s Founder’s Hall. An assortment of vegetarian and meat curries, dal, chutneys / pickles, raita, papadams, Indian rice pudding, and chai will be served. Suggested Donation
Adults: $20, Children under Twelve: $10. More Information? Call CLIFTON PAGE @ 374 2251 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All proceeds will benefit the restoration of Founders Hall.
Book Reviews from The East Blue Hill Library
Every month or so, the East Blue Hill Library will be posting short reviews of topical books from their collection. Find these helpful reviews under our Library tab in the header above and find these and other books in the stacks at the East Blue Hill Library!