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  Blue Hill, Maine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blue Hill is a town located in Hancock County, Maine.
While in recent years, Blue Hill has become economically stagnant, there are currently efforts to draw tourist business during summertime, such as steel band concerts and parades.
However, the cultural development of Blue Hill is currently very limited, and as such the nightlife is lacklustre.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Blue_Hill,_Maine   (448 words)

  
 History of Blue Hill, Maine
Blue Hill is situated on Union River Bay, in the southwestern part of Hancock County.
The soil of Blue Hill is clay loam and gravel.
Blue Hill Academy was incorporated in 1803, being endowed by a grant of one half of Number 23, in Washington county.
history.rays-place.com /me/blue-hill-me.htm   (617 words)

  
 Blue Hill Inn, Blue Hill, Maine-Special Events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Blue Hill is convenient for exploring the small coastal villages and coastline of the secluded and beautiful Blue Hill peninsula or for day-tripping to Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Camden, or Downeast Maine.
Blue Hill's reversing falls are perfect for the kayaker wanting to experience "white water" at a controlled pace.
Blue Hill is a small village with beautiful buildings, especially in the Blue Hill Historic District.
www.bluehillinn.com /bhinnpgs/specialevents.html   (1436 words)

  
 Maine Local Government - Town of Blue Hill - Main Page
Blue Hill is a town in Hancock County, incorporated on February 02, 1789 from Blue Hill Bay Plantation.
It annexed land from Sedgwick in 1831 and ceded land to the town of Penobscot in 1845.
Blue Hill Falls and East Blue Hill are other settlements within the town.
www.state.me.us /local/hancock/blue_hill   (252 words)

  
 1840 Blue Hill Inn, Maine Bed and Breakfast
A Maine bed and breakfast accommodating lodging guests since 1840, we are close to Castine, Brooklin, Sedgwick, Stonington and Deer Isle, and 45 minutes from Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor.
"Blue Hill is the kind of coastal village - scenic and secluded, yet with fine cuisine and culture to spare - that travelers dream of finding when they come to Maine.
Blue Hill, Maine, a place to relax, a place to vacation.
www.bluehillinn.com   (154 words)

  
 Maine Lodging at Auberge Tenney Hill in Blue Hill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Maine Lodging at Auberge Tenney Hill in Blue Hill
Located in Blue Hill a chic and picturesque resort village in the heart of the Acadia-Downeast region where lobster boats and sailing yachts are moored side by side.
The Blue Hill shoreline is famous for its photo opportunities; and you'll find five scenic golf courses within a 30-minute drive.
www.inn-guide.com /tenneyhill   (509 words)

  
 Blue Hill, Maine Bed and Breakfast - Blue Hill B&B from Pamela Lanier
Many Blue Hill bed and breakfast innkeepers are chefs who elevate food preparation to an art form.
The scenic coast and the ambience that brought you to Maine.
Blue Hill, ME The Captain Merrill Inn, built in 1828, is located in the heart of Down East Acadia, in the town of Blue Hill.
www.lanierbb.com /Maine/Blue_Hill?amen=gourmet   (188 words)

  
 The Blue Hill Inn - Blue Hill, Maine - BBOnline.com / Introduction
he Blue Hill Inn, an intimate B&B, with air conditioned rooms and serving a full breakfast, is located in the sea coast village of Blue Hill, Maine.
A Maine bed and breakfast accommodating guests since 1840, we are close to Castine, Brooklin, Sedgwick, and Deer Isle, and 45 minutes from Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor.
The dinners feature fresh organically raised produce and hers, locally raised meats or fowl, or fresh Maine seafood provided by a network of local farmers and fishermen.
www.bbonline.com /me/bluehill   (553 words)

  
 Blue Hill Inn bed and Breakfast, Blue Hill, Maine - Bed & Breakfast - lodging - ME - travel - A listing of ...
Blue Hill Inn bed and Breakfast, Blue Hill, Maine - Bed and Breakfast - lodging - ME - travel - A listing of bnblist.com
located in the sea coast village of Blue Hill, Maine at the "head of the Bay", has provided lodging accommodations and bed and breakfast since 1840.
ocated on an acre of land near the center of the village of Blue Hill and a block from the head of Blue Hill Bay, the Inn is one of 76 structures registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
www.bnblist.com /me/bluehill   (334 words)

  
 A Brief History of Blue Hill Maine
lue Hill was one of the David Marsh townships granted in 1762 to the veterans of the last war against the French.
The area was first known as North Andover, then as New Port, and in 1789 the town charter established its name as Blue Hill.
At least one vessel was built behind the mountain and hauled to the Head of the Bay by oxen.
www.bluehillme.com /pgs/history.html   (407 words)

  
 Real Estate - Blue Hill - Maine
Blue Hill - New England style farmhouse built in the early 1900's with herb garden & approx.
BLUE HILL 9 ac.w/views of Camden Hills and area ponds.
Blue Hill: This compact bungalow offers a great in-town location within walking distance of shopping, schools, library, and restaurants.
www.bobvila.com /RealEstate/Zip/04614-5.html   (314 words)

  
 Encyclopedia of Yacht Designers
Blue Hill, Maine U.S.A. Not surprisingly, given our always-a-bit-optimistic time projections, from time to time we hear from supporters who wonder when the EYD will be done.
Blue Hill, Maine U.S.A. Jim Mairs, our editor at W.W. Norton, asked me the other day if I had a sense of when the Encyclopedia will be done.
Rockland, Maine U.S.A. Having clearly demonstrated that we have no concept of time, we have come to dread the entirely sensible and obvious question of “When will the book be done?”.
www.eyd.net   (2437 words)

  
 The Official Blue Hill Fair Web Site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Situated in the small coastal town of Blue Hill, Maine, the Fair draws thousands from all over the state to enjoy a fun filled weekend.
This year the Blue Hill Fair is excited to bring to the stage, Chely Wright as its featured show on Labor Day.
Blue Hill Fair is unique in the number of local groups that participate with all sorts of great food and games, and Smokey’s Greater Shows provides all kinds of mechanical thrills.
www.bluehillfair.com   (556 words)

  
 "Blue Hill Vistas" Exhibit
Their experience of the diversity of coastal subjects and the play of light and fog is translated into realist, impressionist, and minimalist works that reflect each artist's unique vision.
Gudrun Kiefer Tarr paints serene minimalist works reflecting her experience of the ocean that surrounds her home and the divide between sky and sea while out sailing with her husband.
For the first time in her career, she spent the spring season painting wonderful scenes of Blue Hill village and surrounding area.
www.bluehillbaygallery.com /exhibit-2004-05.html   (353 words)

  
 First Light Bed & Breakfast, East Blue Hill, Maine
The Maine Room has a distant view of McHeard Stream and a salt water pond.
With the opening of the Maine Room, it allows for the Seaside Garden Room and Maine Room to be considered a suite for families and/or friends traveling together.
The Blue Hill Peninsula is wonderful to explore with its varied scenery of rocky seacoast villages to bluberry barrens.
www.firstlightbandb.com   (814 words)

  
 Blue Hill Pottery and Rackliffe Pottery: Blue Hill Maine's family-owned hand-thrown pottery in famous blueberry patterns
Blue Hill Pottery and Rackliffe Pottery: Blue Hill Maine's family-owned hand-thrown pottery in famous blueberry patterns
And we're proud to be a Maine company making products in the Maine tradition of fine craftsmanship and quality materials.
Visit our pottery in Blue Hill, Maine, where we are making fine earthenware all day long.
www.rackliffepottery.com   (307 words)

  
 Blue Hill Peninsula Arts Lodging Business
Blue Hill Peninsula Arts, Lodging, and Business is a guide to the Blue Hill peninsula.
Our area of Maine is rich with New England history, antiques, crafts, fine restaurants, inns, and art galleries, and an important summer cultural life.
In addition to Blue Hill, Maine we also represent the towns of Brooklin, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot and Sedgwick and Deer Isle/Stonington.
www.bluehillme.com   (94 words)

  
 Blue Hill Farm Country Inn – Lodging, Events and Weddings Blue Hill, Maine
Before touring you may choose to sit and chat around the woodstove in the large living room which was once the barn.
The Blue Hill Farm Country Inn is one of the Maine's friendliest inns.
From your lodging explore Downeast Maine, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, the Schoodic Peninsula, Isle au Haute, Deer Isle, and Stonington.
www.bluehillfarminn.com   (113 words)

  
 Blue Hill, Maine Workshops in Clay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Reserve the studio for your group to spend a long weekend together in scenic Blue Hill, Maine.
The fully equipped pottery studio is located on 150 acres of fields and woods.
Carole Beal, Maine potter, and other guest artists will facilitate this weekend clay workshop which focuses on listening to and affirming our inner voice.
www.svaha.com /~fiveacre/blue_hill.html   (198 words)

  
 Blue Hill Maine Bed and Breakfast Bed and Breakfast Inn
The historic Blue Hill Inn is a classic Maine bed and breakfast country inn within a short driving distance from Bar Harbor, Camden, Deer Isle and Castine.
Located about a block from the head of Blue Hill Bay and in the historic district of the village, the Inn welcomes guests with gracious hospitality.
Afternoon tea, evening hors d'oeuvres, an award winning wine cellar, and evening turn-downs refresh guests after a day of exploring the small villages and coastline, hiking the many trails in the area, spending the day on the bays or ocean, antique hunting or gallery hopping, or simply relaxing with a book in the Inn's garden.
www.innsite.com /inns/A005097.html   (399 words)

  
 Blue Hill Bed and Breakfast Maine The Blue Hill Inn, Blue Hill, Maine
Blue Hill Bed and Breakfast Maine The Blue Hill Inn, Blue Hill, Maine
--> The Blue Hill Inn is an historic bed and breakfast located in the charming coastal village of Blue Hill, ME. The small village wraps around the head of Blue Hill Bay and is centrally located for exploring Acadia National Park, Deer Isle, Castine, and DownEast Maine areas.
The multi-chimneyed, clapboarded bed and breakfast Inn has been the village hostelry since 1840 and is a short walk from the village center, art and antique galleries and Kneisel Chamber Music School.
www.selectregistry.com /inns/inn.aspx?InnID=59   (182 words)

  
 Getaway Guides: Blue Hill Peninsula/Deer Isle, Maine: Blue Hill Farm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Located out in the country north of Blue Hill, this BandB really has a farm feeling – from the rambling farmhouse and the barn exterior of a newer addition to the goats grazing outside to the garden, stone wall, trout pond and 48 acres of woods and brooks out back.
The barn, full of fanciful touches and furnishings, includes a spacious and lofty main floor where meals are served and where there are all kinds of sitting areas – perfect for the occasional summer jazz concerts to which the inn plays host.
From an ample kitchen, innkeepers Marcia and Jim Schatz serve what they call a Maine continental breakfast: fresh orange juice, a plate of fruit and cheese, homemade granola, yogurt, cereals and, every third or fourth day, a treat of lox and bagels.
www.getawayguides.com /maine/bluehill/bluehillfarm.htm   (292 words)

  
 Blue Hill Heritage Motor Inn - Blue Hill Maine lodging on the coast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Blue Hill Heritage Motor Inn - Blue Hill Maine lodging on the coast
One of Maine's loveliest villages, Castine, home of Maine Maritime Academy, is located 15 miles to the west.
The village of Blue Hill offers outstanding restaurants, nationally acclaimed potteries, the renowned Bagaduce Music Library and Kniesel Hall, as well as a variety of local galleries and antique shops.
www.bhheritagemotorinn.com   (283 words)

  
 Blue Hill Public Library
The Blue Hill Library serves all the people of Blue Hill Peninsula: children, adults, people of all backgrounds and circumstances who seek information and the pleasure that comes from the life of the mind.
The Blue Hill Library opens doors to the adventures of learning.
Blue Hill Library, 5 Parker Point Rd., PO Box 824, Blue Hill, Maine 04614
www.bluehill.lib.me.us   (134 words)

  
 Blue Hill Fair, Blue Hill Maine: Directions to Blue Hill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Blue Hill Fair is located on Route 172.
Route 176 rejoins with Route 172 in Blue Hill village.
Those folks who do not plan to attend the fair and wish to travel south of Blue Hill (Brooklin, Brooksville, Sedgwick Deer Isle areas) are urged to use this route to avoid fair related traffic congestion.
www.bluehillfair.com /directions.html   (230 words)

  
 Blue Hill Maine Travel and Vacation City Guide: Maine Resource Guide
Located upon a peninsula of Maine’s mid-coast region, Blue Hill is at the center of a long stretch of Maine’s unique coastline.
With jagged coastlines, reversing falls, hiking trails with views of Acadia, Blue Hill harbor, and the Penobscot bay areas, Blue Hill has everything to offer a visitor to the coast.
Within and surrounding Blue Hill are seasonal retreats for musicians, boat-building schools, prime scenic islands, and even relic sites of Indian habitation.
www.maineguide.com /bluehill   (128 words)

  
 Blue Hill Inn, Blue Hill, Maine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Blue Hill Inn, located in the sea coast village of Blue Hill at the "head of the Bay", has provided lodging accommodations and bed and breakfast since 1840.
Blue Hill, a place to relax, a place to vacation.
Inns / B and Bs located in Blue Hill
www.selectinns.ca /inns/274   (220 words)

  
 Blue Hill Bay Gallery
HE BLUE HILL BAY GALLERY is a fine arts gallery located on the main street of Blue Hill, a Maine coastal village and artist's colony.
A beautiful 1820 brick cape serves as the backdrop for displaying the work of nationally-recognized and emerging artists in a diversity of mediums, representing the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Maine, New England and Quebec.
Also featured in the Gallery are the natural images of the renowned Maine artist, Ken Kantro, founder of Lovell Designs.
www.bluehillbaygallery.com   (243 words)

  
 Visit Rackliffe Pottery in Blue Hill, Maine
Follow it all the way into Blue Hill village.
From the North: Route 95 to Bangor, Route 1A to Ellsworth, or Route 1 south from Downeast to Ellsworth, Route 172 to Blue Hill.
We are on the right about 1/4 mile beyond the Blue Hill Fair Grounds.
www.rackliffepottery.com /pages/location.html   (106 words)

  
 Heritage Motor Inn-Blue Hill Maine-Views of Blue Hill   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
One of the most dramatic and admired views in the area, a favorite of artists and photographers alike.
Framed by the "Teahouse", Blue Hill stands as a sentinel over the village.
A tidal estuary of Blue Hill Bay, the Salt Pond is a wonderful spot to explore by kayak or canoe.
www.bhheritagemotorinn.com /pages/PICS.HTM   (102 words)

  
 Maine Bed and Breakfast Inn Blue Hill Maine Bed and Breakfast Bar Harbor, Maine
Maine Bed and Breakfast Inn Blue Hill Maine Bed and Breakfast Bar Harbor, Maine
The Captain Isaac Merrill Inn and Restaurant is a Maine Bed and Breakfast Inn offering lodging accomodations, vacation packages, delicious Maine Lobster Bakes, Gourmet Breakfast, Fine Dining, and Personal Service.
Our Beautiful Maine Inn is located in the sea coast Village of Blue Hill, on Blue Hill Bay, in the heart of Down East Maine, 45 minutes from Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.
www.captainmerrillinn.com   (254 words)

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