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2:00 pm—6:00 pm

Add this event to my calendar 09/15/2019 02:00 PM 09/15/2019 06:00 PM America/New_York Sipp Bay Community Celebration

Due to bad weather in the forecast, we have moved this event to our rain date of SUNDAY, SEPT. 15. Hope to see you there!

Pre-registration is now closed - but we'd love to see you! We'll serve burgers and dogs until we run out :-)

We appreciate working with you here in Washington County!

The Maine Coast Heritage Trust stewardship and lands crew is building an old-fashioned clam bake on the beach at Sipp Bay. We plan to cook clams, corn, and potatoes in the bake, and grill hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill. We'll have plenty of burgers and dogs - the clam bake is more of a demonstration and we hope everyone will get a sample to eat with dinner when we uncover the bake.

Come early if you want to see the bake being built; we plan to cover the bake at 2pm. There will be games and a hike at 2:30, with the Passamaquoddy drum group, Spirit Circle, drumming at 3:30pm. We will eat between 4:30 and 5pm.

We are using our rain date for this event: Sunday, September 15th.

We hope you will come and share in our gratitude for all the support we have in Washington County or just come and check us out.

All are welcome. This event is free and open to the public. See you there!

Advance online registration is recommended but not required to help us know how many people to expect. In the event of rain, we will notify everyone by email who is registered. 

Directions: 

Access to the preserve is from US Route 1 in Perry, via Burby Road.

From the west, follow Route 1 north from the intersection of Route 1 and Route 214 in Pembroke 3.8 miles and turn right on Burby Road. Follow Burby Road 0.75 miles onto the peninsula and look for parking signs.

From the east at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 190 in Perry, follow Route 1 south 2.8 miles and turn left on Burby Road. Follow Burby Road 0.75 miles onto the peninsula and look for parking signs.

Be sure to sign up for our email list so we can keep you up to date on news about our work in Washington County and across the entire coast of Maine.

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Event Location:
Sipp Bay Preserve, Burby Road, Perry

Contact Info:
Marj Whitman

207-729-7366

Cost: Free.

Sipp Bay Community Celebration

Moved to our rain date of Sept. 15!

Due to bad weather in the forecast, we have moved this event to our rain date of SUNDAY, SEPT. 15. Hope to see you there!

Pre-registration is now closed - but we'd love to see you! We'll serve burgers and dogs until we run out :-)

We appreciate working with you here in Washington County!

The Maine Coast Heritage Trust stewardship and lands crew is building an old-fashioned clam bake on the beach at Sipp Bay. We plan to cook clams, corn, and potatoes in the bake, and grill hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill. We'll have plenty of burgers and dogs - the clam bake is more of a demonstration and we hope everyone will get a sample to eat with dinner when we uncover the bake.

Come early if you want to see the bake being built; we plan to cover the bake at 2pm. There will be games and a hike at 2:30, with the Passamaquoddy drum group, Spirit Circle, drumming at 3:30pm. We will eat between 4:30 and 5pm.

We are using our rain date for this event: Sunday, September 15th.

We hope you will come and share in our gratitude for all the support we have in Washington County or just come and check us out.

All are welcome. This event is free and open to the public. See you there!

Advance online registration is recommended but not required to help us know how many people to expect. In the event of rain, we will notify everyone by email who is registered. 

Directions: 

Access to the preserve is from US Route 1 in Perry, via Burby Road.

From the west, follow Route 1 north from the intersection of Route 1 and Route 214 in Pembroke 3.8 miles and turn right on Burby Road. Follow Burby Road 0.75 miles onto the peninsula and look for parking signs.

From the east at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 190 in Perry, follow Route 1 south 2.8 miles and turn left on Burby Road. Follow Burby Road 0.75 miles onto the peninsula and look for parking signs.

Be sure to sign up for our email list so we can keep you up to date on news about our work in Washington County and across the entire coast of Maine.

Sipp Bay Preserve, Burby Road, Perry, ME

This event takes place at our Sipp Bay preserve.

Sipp Bay

Located in a northern corner of Cobscook Bay in the town of Perry, this coastal preserve features stunning views and ample wildlife viewing opportunities. 

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