Maine the Way: Issue 07 - Ocean's Event
In October we hosted Maine the Way to celebrate the launch of their Issue 07: Oceans. We opened with midcoast Maine wine and beer from Oyster River Winegrowers and Sasanoa Brewing and deliciously homemade biscuits, deviled eggs, grilled skewers, and brown sugar cinnamon pop-tarts.

On October 5th we hosted Maine the Way to celebrate the launch of their Issue 07: Oceans. We opened with midcoast Maine wine and beer from Oyster River Winegrowers and Sasanoa Brewing and deliciously homemade biscuits, deviled eggs, grilled skewers, and brown sugar cinnamon pop-tarts  by chefs Kate and Nathan Schmidt. Founders Cam Held and Christine Reighley shared stories from their publication inspiring great conversations into the evening.

About Maine The Way

Maine The Way is a new type of publication bringing the concept of "slow-journalism" to Maine. MTW takes the time to properly research, write, and photograph our stories, design a beautiful finished product giving the reader ample time to thoroughly enjoy each issue. The 160 page magazine leaves plenty of room for each piece to unfold naturally, and for full page photographic spreads. With a mix of in-depth articles, photo essays, poetry, and illustration, Maine the Way has something for everyone.

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The Squire Tarbox Inn sits atop a sweeping lawn of wildflowers and acres of farmland where our chickens and pygmy goats roam. Plan your special occasion or gathering on the beautiful midcoast countryside and enjoy an event to remember!

Michelle
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Michelle

Michelle is a co-owner of the Squire Tarbox and has been an executive in the chemical industry in Houston for the past 30 years. A native of New Orleans, her motto is "Laissez les bon temps rouler"...let the good times roll!
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