Maine Chapter of the Sierra Club

To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth

44 Oak St, Suite 301,  Portland ME 04101 

(207) 761-5616, maine.chapter@sierraclub.org

This year -

Celebrate the Wild

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Upcoming Events

June 22


Bar Harbor Movie Series - "Forever Wild"



Do you know how it feels to sleep outside under a pitch-black sky glittering with stars? Have you walked in silent reflection in a high alpine meadow in a gentle breeze?

To experience wilderness is to know one of this country's greatest treasures. Forever Wild captures the glory of undeveloped, wild places through stunning images and the passionate tales of America’s modern wilderness heroes – volunteers from New Hampshire to California who work to preserve a legacy of wilderness for all of us to enjoy, forever.

Forever Wild: Celebrating America’s Wilderness tells the tales of citizens who have decided what wilderness means to them. They have dedicated time and energy to helping protect the lands they love as wilderness. Robert Redford, himself a strong supporter of wilderness, hosts the film. Mr. Redford’s narration, together with original music and the moving prose of Terry Tempest Williams, read by the author, guide the viewer through an examination of America’s commitment to wilderness preservation, and the values we hold dear in protecting these wild lands.

Forever Wild educates audiences about the ever-present pressures to develop the last remnants of wild land left in America and offers viewers an opportunity to reflect on the importance of protecting wilderness so that our children may experience the same wild places.



Reel Pizza Cinerama, 33 Kennebec Place, Bar Harbor, ME


2:00 pm - Program followed by discussion, Sunday, June 22


For more information call 761-5616 or email maine.chapter@sierraclub.org

June 28


Sierra Club Outing, Sabattus Mountain, Lovell



Join us for an Outing at Sabattus Mountain Trail, a 1.4 mile loop trail which is good for all skill levels. Two Land for Maine’s Future Grants enabled the state to purchase this 177 acre parcel.  

The trail traverses through a mixed growth forest with some moderate limbs over a few sections of exposed roots and ledge. At the summit Kezar Lake can be viewed along with the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Several outlooks along offers good sites for picnicking while watching hawks glide in the thermals. 



Sabattus Mountain, Lovell


Saturday, June 28


To sign up and for directions to meet call Joan Saxe at 207-865-3648 or email  joansaxe@gmail.com.

Save the Date! Click HERE to purchase a ticket for our Annual Dinner at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell on Friday, Sept. 5.
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