We just have to be patient! After a rough winter all over the northeast, we’re looking for spring anywhere we can find it. The island is getting ready to welcome you – and starting in late June, all will be ready to celebrate the Monhegan Museum’s Fiftieth Anniversary. See their schedule of events here. Come visit!
Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome on the island if you recognize that you are responsible for their litter and behavior. They are not allowed indoors at the Museum or restaurants. A few cottages may allow pets, but please check with your rental agent before bringing a dog out. Your boat may charge for transport.
THERE HAS BEEN NO SIGN OF LYME TICKS ON MONHEGAN FOR YEARS. But a lot of people who look at this site are aware that many places around the northeast do have Lyme ticks. And this resource sheet might be useful to you. You’re welcome to download and pass along.
Do you remember picking up the little flyer from the Rope Shed with a listing of all the artists? Well, now it’s available online, and beautiful, with artwork by Dylan Metrano and samples of each artist’s work. Go to http://artmonhegan.com/ to see it!
A lot! Check out our calendar!
The Monhegan Museum is now a participant in the Maine Art Museum Trail, along with seven other museums around the state. It’s an honor to be on the trail, so follow the group Museum website and visit the Portland Museum of Art this summer to see works not only from OUR museum but also from others around the state that are on the Trail.
LIne cook needed to work at Fish House Fish. Job runs from June- September. Room and board will be provided.
If interested please email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
See you on-island!
Snow blankets the island but come back to visit when the crocuses are up!!
Columbus Day marks the end for the season of the Hardy Boat and Balmy Days coming out to the island. Water from the town source is turned off shortly thereafter, and most of the accomodations are closed or on limited service. It’s been a successful season for many, and exciting with the Quadricentennial, etc. Come see us next spring – who knows what may be new then!!