This Saturday a free day of family fun is available in Brewer!








Outdoor Family Fun Day

Saturday- June 1, 2013   10 AM- 4 PM at the Penobscot County..Conservation  Association located at 570 N. Main St. in Brewer. This is a day designed for family to do and learn together.  So they invite you to come- Learn- Enjoy- Bring Family & Friends!

Children Under 1.2must Be Accompanied by  an  adult

  • Activities Will Start At 10am  and continue  until 12 Noon. Food will  be available for a  donation  from 12 Noon  Until  1pm U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance- Trailblazer Adventure Day  Program- Visit the activities and  earn  a patch from the Alliance.
  • Penobscot Riverkeepers- Enjoy the Penobscot River in a 28' Canoe- Rides Start  At 10Am, 1pm, 3 Pm  wit a Safety  Briefing, Pfd Fitting and  Basic  Instructions.
  • Maine Science Lady- What's In The Pond Water?  Look And See! 10-12n  & 1- 4 Pm  At Pond Microscopes And  Pond  Water  Fun
  • Penobscot Fly  Fishers - Fly  Casting At Pond 10 Am, 11am, 1pm, & 3 Pm  - No Hooks Just Learn The Techniques  - 10 And Older Only Please!
  • Fly Tying  In Clubhouse 10- 12 Noon  & 1- 4 Pm- Learn To Tie  The Flies To Catch The  Fish
  • Penobscot River Restoration - Making Wood Block  Prints - Learn More About  Carving And  Stamping -In Clubhouse 10-12 & 1- 4pm
  • Geocaching - Learn  about this Sport- For The Techno Geek  And  Nature  Person  10-12 Am & 1-4 Pm  Static Display In  Clubhouse; Active  Demos--Find A Cache Outside- Loaner  Equip­ Ment Will  Be Available  Or  Bring Your  Own  Gps Receiver
  • Penobscot County Conservation Association- Learn  Beginning Basics Of  Using An Air Rifle - In  Clubhouse Basement  Range  10 -12 Noon, 1-4 Pm
  • Maine Trappers Assoc. - Inside Display- Meet The Trappers And  Learn  More. 10 – 12 & 1-4 Pm   Outside & Inside Set Ups.
  • Project Wild - How Do Birds Use Their Beaks?  Why  Do  Birds Have Different Beaks  And What  Do They  Eat?   An Activity Where Children May Participate And Learn  More About Birds.

Event Will  Be Held  Rain Or  Shine!