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Home health and wellness company

75 Maverick St
Rockland,
ME
US

Gourmet Stone Hearth Pizzas, Jumbo Baked Chicken Wings, Sandwiches, Gelato. Pool Table, free WI-FI, Open Wednesday Through Sunday 4 PM to 1 AM

223 Water St
Hallowell,
ME
US

80 Main St
Waterville,
ME
US

Kids Gift Baskets, Gifts from Maine and much more! Creating Gift Baskets for Life's Special Occasions. Our mission is to provide fun, enjoyable and useful gift baskets while paying special attention to your needs. We enjoy creating these gift baskets and know you will enjoy giving them as a gift for someone special.

326 Fishtown Rd
Appleton,
ME
US

For more than 50 years, Northeast Coffee Company has connected loyal customers and national businesses alike with their favorite renowned brands of coffee and loose-leaf teas, including Green Mountain Coffee and Bigelow. But in its modern incarnation, this distributor thinks beyond the staple beans and teas. Their online catalog and storefront in Skowhegan now carries a variety of specialty products, including Selection cappuccino mix and Swiss Miss hot-chocolate packets. They also stock a wide range of K-cups, including those from Caribou, Wolfgang Puck, and Green Mountain Coffee, all of which come in airtight containers that keep every roasted flavor impeccably fresh and ready for immediate brewing. To complement their beverages, they also stock coffee sweeteners, disposable cups, and lids to prevent potential spills while riding the family dog to work.

61 Southgate Industrial Parkway
Skowhegan,
ME
US

A network of 40 trails, including and six gladed trails, cut through the 249 acres at Shawnee Peak, which offers 98% snowmaking coverage. Slopes range from beginners to experts-only, with names such as Fat and Happy, Poacher's Paradise, and The Vain. The mountain also features three terrain parks—one of which is designed for children—brimming with air-bestowing features such as box jumps and the newly added BigAirBag. The five lifts that service these slopes run late into the evening for night skiing, which keeps 19 trails open and sometimes culminates in moon-lit ski races and whispered discussions about which famed 1924 skier is haunting the bathroom.

A more than 75-year-old ski school prepares visitors of all ages to tackle the mountain's slopes, while day-care providers watch over future skiers. In classes suited to adventurers as young as four years old, professionally trained instructors guide small groups of skiers and riders through basic to advanced techniques of skiing and snowboarding. Throughout each season, the resort hosts a variety of activities and events.

119 Mountain Rd
Bridgton,
ME
US