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 The Atlantic Music Festival (AMF) is a classical music festival held every summer in Waterville, Maine, USA on the campus of Colby College. During the month-long event, the festival presents internationally renowned artists as well as performances by resident orchestra and its members. The mission of the Atlantic Music Festival is to showcase independence and originality in the American musical performance arena. The event allows hundreds of emerging artists to gather in recognition of the work ...
 
 The Colby College Museum of Art is an art museum located on the campus of Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Founded in 1959 and now comprising five wings, nearly 8,000 works and more than 38,000 square feet of exhibition space, the Colby College Museum of Art has built a collection that specializes in American and contemporary art with additional, select collections of Chinese antiquities and European paintings and works on paper. The Museum serves as a teaching resource for Colby College and ...
 
Tributaries of the Kennebec River, Rivers of Kennebec County, Maine, Rivers of Penobscot County, Maine, Rivers of Piscataquis County, Maine, Rivers of Somerset County, Maine, Rivers of Waldo County, Maine, Winslow, Maine, Dexter, Maine, Pittsfield, Maine, Rivers of Maine, Landforms of Kennebec County, Maine, Landforms of Penobscot County, Maine, Landforms of Piscataquis County, Maine, Landforms of Somerset County, Maine, Landforms of Waldo County, Maine, Maine geography stubs, Hidden categories:...The Sebasticook River is a 76-mile-long (122 km) river in the central part of Maine, in the United States. From its source (45°03�17�N 69°13�36�W 45.05480°N 69.22655°W 45.05480; -69.22655 (Sebasticook River source)) in Dexter, the upper Main Stream section flows generally west and south 30 miles (48 km) to Great Moose Lake. From the outlet of the lake (44°53�05�N 69°27�13�W 44.8848°N 69.4536°W 44.8848; -69.4536 (Great Moose Lake Dam)) in Hartland, ...
National Historic Landmarks in Maine, Government buildings completed in 1755, Infrastructure completed in 1755, French and Indian War forts, Colonial forts in Maine, Forts in Maine, British forts in the United States, Buildings and structures in Kennebec County, Maine, Protected areas of Kennebec County, Maine, Maine state historic sites, Visitor attractions in Kennebec County, Maine, Historic American Buildings Survey in Maine, Winslow, Maine, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places i...Fort Halifax is a former British colonial outpost on the banks of the Sebasticook River, just above its mouth at the Kennebec River, in Winslow, Maine. Originally built as a wooden palisaded star fort in 1754, during the French and Indian War, only a single blockhouse survives. A National Historic Landmark, it is the oldest blockhouse in the United States. It is now set in a municipal park, and is open to the public in the warmer months. It was the first of three significant forts which the Brit...
Former toll bridges in Maine, Suspension bridges in the United States, Bridges completed in 1903, Pedestrian bridges in the United States, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Maine, Buildings and structures in Kennebec County, Maine, Transportation in Kennebec County, Maine, Visitor attractions in Kennebec County, Maine, Waterville, Maine, Winslow, Maine, 1901 establishments in Maine, 1901 disestablishments in Maine, 1903 establishments in Maine, Hidden categories:, Coordinate...
 
Messalonskee High School is a public high school located in Oakland, Maine. It serves all high school students in the RSU 18 school unit, which includes Oakland, Sidney, Belgrade, China and Rome. The school was founded in 1969 and currently has slightly more than 900 students enrolled. The campus features a 650-seat performing arts center that was built for the school in 1993. In 2005, the district dedicated the Performing Arts Center to former superintendent J. Duke Albanese. Messalonskee is a ...
 WEBB is a country formatted FM radio station licensed to Waterville, Maine. Owned by Townsquare Media, the station broadcasts on 98.5 FM, and was previously simulcast on AM 1490 WTVL. WEBB is the only country station in the Augusta radio market, and its studios are currently located along with WMME and WTVL- WJZN in Augusta. The stations signal can also be received in parts of the Bangor market. On air personalities include Randy McCoy & Sharon Buck on the Morning Buzz, Andy Capwell with the All...
 
 

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 The Cotton-Smith House is a historic house at 42 High Street in Fairfield, Maine. Built in 1890, it is one of Fairfields finest Queen Anne Victorian houses. It was built by Joseph Cotton, owner of the Maine Manufacturing Company, which produced iceboxes, and occupied by him for just four years. The house was acquired in 1983 by the Fairfield Historical Society, which operates it as the Fairfield History House, a museum of local history. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic P...
 
 
 Winslow High School is a four year public high school located in Winslow, Maine. It is a part of Maine AOS 92 - Kennebec Valley Consolidated Schools (formerly of Maine School Union 52) along with the city of Waterville, Maine and the town of Vassalboro, Maine, and is one of two high schools in the School Unit (the other being Waterville High School of Waterville). Winslow serves the community of Winslow and is open to high school students from the towns of Vassalboro, and China, Maine (of Region...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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 The former Norridgewock Female Academy, now home to the Norridgewock Historical Society, is a historic school property on Mercer Road (United States Route 2), just west of its junction with Upper Main Street in Norridgewock, Maine. Its Greek Revival building was built in 1837, when the school was founded, and was used by that institution until 1860. The building is regionally distinctive as one of a few surviving Greek Revival school buildings with a Greek temple portico. It was listed on the Na...
The Eaton School, in Norridgewock, Maine, also known as Somerset Grange #18, is a historic community building at Main Street and Mercer Road in Norridgewock, Maine. Originally built in 1866-67 to house a private academy and the local Masonic lodge, it is notable as an early design of Charles F. Douglas, a Maine native whose career began in Somerset County. The building is a fine local example of Second Empire design, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. It has been...
The Norridgewock Free Public Library is the principal public library of Norridgewock, Maine. It has two facilities: the main branch at 40 Mercer Road, and a smaller branch at the corner of Sophie May Lane and Madison Road. The latter building was the librarys first building, and is an architecturally distinguished Greek Revival structure built in 1841. It was given to the town in 1903 by Rebecca Sophia Clarke, best known as a writer of childrens literature under the pen name Sophie May, and is l...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Skowhegan- ska��hi�ɡ�n- is the county seat of Somerset County, Maine, United States. Skowhegan was originally inhabited by Abenaki Indians who named the area Skowhegan, meaning watching place [for fish]. The native population was massacred or driven from the area during the 4th Anglo-Abenaki War. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 8,589. Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture is an internationally known residency program for artists, though it is technically located in ...
 

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The Maine Womens Hall of Fame was created in 1990 to honor the achievements of women associated with the U.S. state of Maine. The induction ceremonies are held each year during March, designated as Womens History Month. Nominees are chosen by the public via an online nomination form. The University of Maine at Augusta displays the hall of fame in its Bennett D. Katz Library, and also hosts the hall of fame online at the universitys website. The nomination form lists three criteria for eligibilit...
 
 
 
 The Dudleys Corner School House is a historic former school and civic building at the junction of Rosies Court (formerly Parkman Road) and Dudley Corner Roads in Skowhegan, Maine. With a possible construction date as early as 1804, was Skowhegans first site for town meetings and elections, also seeing use as a school and church. It was used primarily as a school between 1849 and 1921, and has been used since then by community groups. The modest Greek Revival building is the least-altered of Skow...
 
 
 The University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) is located in the state capital of Augusta, Maine, and is a part of the University of Maine System. UMA is a regional state university providing baccalaureate and select associate degrees to meet the educational, economic and cultural needs of Central Maine. With campuses in Augusta and Bangor, and courses offered on-line and across the state, UMA specializes in delivering professional programs to both recent high school graduates and adults returning to ...
 
 
 
 
 The Ingalls House is a historic house on Main Street in Mercer, Maine. Built c. 1835-37, it is a particularly elaborate local example of Greek Revival architecture, made more distinctive by the relatively advanced use of stoves as a heating system at the time of its construction. The house was built by a son-in-law of American Revolutionary War General Henry Knox, and was owned for many years by Hannibal Ingalls, a prominent local businessman. It was listed on the National Register of Historic P...

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  Waterville is a city in Kennebec County in the U.S. state of Maine, United States, on the west bank of the Kennebec River. The population was 15,722 at the 2010 census. Waterville is home to Colby College and Thomas College.  

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