Area Resources

Libraries (area code 207)

Corinna, Levi Steward Free Library, 278-2454
Detroit, Anna Fernald Public Library, 257-4488
Dexter, Abbott Memorial Library, 924-7292
Hartland, Hartland Public Library, 938-4702
Newport, Newport Cultural Center, 368-2038
Palmyra, St. Martins Community Building, 938-3385
Pittsfield, Pittsfield Public Library, 487-5880
Stetson, Stetson Public Library, 296-2020


Corinna, Historical Society Museum, 278-2361
Dexter, Abbot Museum, 924-7351
Exeter, Memory-Lane Antique Cars, 379-4600
Hartland, Historical Society, 938-4401
Newport, Newport Cultural Center, 368-2038
Palmyra, Grignon Arts & Wildlife Museum, 487-2754
Pittsfield, Depot House Museum, 487-3136
St. Albans, Heritage Room, Call Town Office, 938-4568
Stetson, Meeting House, Call Town Office, 296-3232


RSU #19:
Corinna Elementary, 278-4263
Etna-Dixmont Elementary, 269-2361
Hartland Elementary, 938-4456
Newport Elementary, 368-4470
Sebasticook Valley Middle, 368-4592
Somerset Valley Middle, 938-4770
St. Albans Consolidated, 938-4581
Nokomis Regional High, 368-4354
RSU#19 Adult Education, 368-3290

SAD #63:
Manson Park Elementary, 487-2281
Vickery Elementary, 487-5575
Warsaw Jr. High, 487-5145
Maine Central Institute, 487-3355
Ridge View Community School, 924-6000
Dexter Regional High, 924-5536
Tri-County Technical Center, 924-7670
SAD #64:(Stetson Students Attend)
Stetson Grammar School, 296-2571
Morrison Memorial, 285-3301
Central Middle, 285-3177
Central High, 285-3326


Pittsfield Community Theater
137 Main St., Pittsfield
Phone (207) 487-5461

Levi Stewart Community Theater
PO BOX 2, Corinna

Highway & Bus Service

Interstate 95 bisects the area with several trucking and travel accommodation facilities.  Routes 2, 7, 11, & 100 converge in Newport at ‘The Triangle’ making it on of the busiest intersections in the State of Maine.  Route 2 is our ‘East-West Highway,’ while Route 7, ‘Moosehead Trail’ takes travelers from Belfast to Dover.  Likewise, Route 11 is the ‘Katahdin Trail’ and leads north to Mt. Katahdin.  Vermont Transit and Concord Trail ways serve the region with depots in Waterville & Bangor.


Travel by Air 

The Sebasticook Valley Area is served primarily by Bangor International Airport, 30 miles to the north.  BGR offers a broad range of convenient & affordable jet service to major destinations.  The Dexter Regional Airport occupies approximately 311 acres of Town owned land.  The airport maintains a 3,000-foot runway was constructed in 1941.  The Pittsfield Municipal Airport is a terrific asset for the area.  Pittsfield’s general aviation airport is especially attractive to business executives who travel frequently.  Its service area is considered to extend for a 20-mile radius & the estimated existing annual passenger is 48,000 people.  The airport currently has two full time fixed base operators.  There is no designated passenger terminal building at the airport, however, both FBOs provide passenger/pilot facilities & services. 

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