Give a gift that truly makes a difference.
For those who have everything: consider a donation in their name to one of the Way DownEast Maine community services or arts and culture non-profits.
The Alexander Art Trail
The Alexander Art Trail, the largest hand-carved, outdoor sculpture collection in Maine, awaits the harried traveler along a serene path through the woods.
Part museum, part gallery and part fairy wonderland, the trail is a collection of more than two dozen life-size, hand-carved figures, scattered along a winding, wooded path. Dozens of local artists have also loaned their works to the trail. It is a must-see for Way DownEast visitors.
The Alexander Art Trail accepts donations while visting and through PayPal if you would like to make a donation online. Thank you again for your support.
70 Barrows Lake Rd.
Alexander, ME 04690
Eastport Arts Center
The Eastport Arts Center is the vital hub of so much of Eastport’s creative life and expression. Many thanks to all EAC volunteers, fans, friends, family, and supporters. ❤️
EAC’s Gift Certificates are a perfect one-size-fits-all gift option. They may be used for ongoing online programs and workshops or saved for admission to future in-house plays, concerts, films, and social events -or - consider a donation in the name of a loved one.
Follow @EastportArtsCenter for links and more info. Thanks for supporting the Eastport arts community.
Community Radio from Shead High School
WSHD is a community radio station licensed to and operated out of Shead High School in Eastport, Maine since January 1983. Tiger Radio broadcasts on 93.3 (live DJs) and 91.7 (automated programming) and serves Eastport, Pleasant Point, Perry, Pembroke, Robbinston, Lubec and surrounding areas. We even reach across the bay to listeners in New Brunswick.
We present an eclectic selection of music and entertainment for everyone. WSHD offers opportunities for students to learn about radio, and host their own radio shows. All of our DJs are volunteers/students with a passion for a wide range of musical genres. We are proud to provide quality programming to our community.
We are currently raising money to maintain our equipment and expand our broadcasting capacity.
Border Historical Society in Eastport, Maine
The Border Historical Society is a 501(c )3 nonprofit organization in Eastport, Maine, dedicated to preserving our local Eastport history.
Support us by becoming a member or making a donation toward the preservation of our historic properties:
The Barracks Museum, a true testament to Maine's war history. The British occupied Eastport from 1814-1818, making their base at Fort Sullivan. It is the only remaining building from Fort Sullivan (1808-1870s), one of the very few remaining wooden fort buildings from the era in North America
The Powder House, built by the British in 1814 during their 1814-1818 occupation of Fort Sullivan, renamed Fort Sherbrooke during that time
Currently co-Located with
Quoddy Crafts & The Quoddy Dam Musem
74 Water Street
Eastport Labor of Love Nutrution Center
We supply food and emergency heating assistance in a cheerful and respectful atmosphere for those who need it in the greater Eastport area.
Come in for help or help us continue this good work.
Raye's Mustard Mill Museum
Raye’s Mustard Mill is a working museum in the island community of Eastport, Maine, and the last remaining traditional stone ground mustard mill in North America.
Through many collaborations and much due diligence, the idea to formalize the mustard mill’s long-time status as an unofficial working museum was born and brought to fruition to ensure the last-of-its-kind mill is preserved and its historic and authentic manufacturing process can be experienced by visitors, tourists and students for generations to come.
Raye’s Mustard Mill Museum
P.O. Box 207
Eastport, Maine 04631,
Cobscook Institute started in 1999 as Cobscook Community Learning Center.
The mission is to create responsive educational opportunities that strengthen personal, community, and global well-being.
The vision is of a community that respects people and planet, and inspires, supports, and sustains people to achieve their greatest potential.
Learn more, donate:
New To You Thrift Store - An Outreach of Christ Episcopal Church
The Thrift Store provides clothing and small household items at very reasonable prices.
Through the Greater Eastport Ecumenical Association, proceeds from sales contribute to the following efforts:
Labor of Love Food Pantry
Emergency Heating Assistance
Ecumenical Services during Advent and Lent
Donations of items to persons in great need or have suffered fire, etc.
Monetary donations gratefully welcomed to support these efforts.
For more information:
Or call (207) 853-4222
9 Brighton Ave.
Eastport, Maine 04631
The Tides Institute and Museum of Art
BRIDGING BOUNDARIES, EXPLORING BORDERS
Founded in 2002 in Eastport Maine, the Tides Institute & Museum of Art is located on the Atlantic coast at the US/Canada border.
This boundary location shapes its perspective on the region and the broader world through:
Initiatives and programs to foster new innovative and cross-sector works
Wide-ranging collections, education, and preservation efforts
Partnerships and endeavors to strengthen the region’s economic prosperity, vitality and wider connections.