Fly-Tying Workshop Series

Every PARTICIPANT walks away with their very own hand-tied fly!

 
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Join MOS and Downeast Salmon Federation (DSF) for this FREE program to learn the basics of how to make a traditional fishing fly used in fly-fishing. Also learn about the conservation efforts DSF is engaged in. There will be a total of 30 of these workshops across Washington and Hancock Counties, so check back here or on our Facebook events page often to see upcoming workshops!

Cost: FREE Contact us for more information.

Schedule:

Tuesday, June 11, 5:15pm-6:45pm
Dorcas Library

28 Main Street, Prospect Harbor ME

Thursday, June 13, 5:00pm-8:00pm
Easternmost: a fisheries celebration
Cohills Inn and Pub

28 Main Street, Prospect Harbor ME
(Fly-tying from 6:00pm-7:30pm)

 

Frenchman Bay Camp

July 16-18 or August 5-7, 2019

Photo courtesy of Frenchman Bay Conservancy

Photo courtesy of Frenchman Bay Conservancy

What can we discover on Frenchman Bay Conservancy land? Wildlife? Mystery? Adventure? Youth aged 12-15 will make friends and work together as a team to explore the unique ecology of FBC preserves through games, journaling, art, music, and other activities.

Led by Maine Outdoor School, this camp is a natural extension to the camp provided by Friends of Taunton Bay for ages 5-11.

Campers will spend time hiking on days 1 and 2 and kayaking on day 3, weather permitting. Each week is limited to 12 students.

July 16-18
Tuesday & Wednesday from 9am-12pm
Thursday from 9am-1pm

or

August 5-7
Monday & Tuesday from 9am-12pm
Wednesday from 9am-1pm

Maine Outdoor School can offer before or after care for an hourly fee, if needed. Contact us for more information.

For more information and to register, click here!