Calendar of Events
Celebrate the Completion of the 28-mile
Sebago to the Sea Trail
East End Beach, Cutter Street, Portland
Saturday, October 13th at 12:00 pm
- Live music with the Jerks of Grass
- Food vendor – Hella Good Tacos, oceanside event
- 8-mile Run at 9:00 am & 1.5-hour Bikeride at 10:00 am
(Register for bike/run in advance via email)
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The ceremony will celebrate the final 8-mile section of trail to be designated, making the 28-mile trail project complete.
Bring your walking/running shoes and bikes—and your dancing shoes!
Join Kara Wooldrik, Executive Director of Portland Trails for an 8-mile run at 9:00 am or Jim Tasse, Education Director of Bicycle Coalition of Maine for a 1.5 hour bikeride at 10:00 am. (Register in advance via e-mail)
Jerks of Grass will perform a free concert following the ceremony at 12:00 pm.
Members of the Sebago to the Sea Trail Coalition first envisioned the Sebago to the Sea Trail project in 2007. The collaborative goal was to establish a contiguous trail from Sebago Lake to Casco Bay connecting Standish, Windham, Gorham, Westbrook, Falmouth and Portland. Now complete, this 28-mile trail connects these six towns and provides residents and visitors with a wonderful biking, hiking, walking and commuting opportunity. Enjoy!
2012 Trail Project efforts were funded with support from the Horizon Foundation and Quimby Family Foundation as well as a donation from Gorham Savings Bank.
Food for purchase will be available by Hella Good Tacos.
The event will take place at East End Beach in Portland at the end of Cutter Street. Follow Congress Street East to Eastern Promenade and take a right. Cutter Street is quickly on the left. Parking is available along Cutter Street and is also available on the Eastern Promenade.