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Junior/Senior League

At Bangor, final signup for Bangor Junior/Senior League is May 16, 11:30 a.m. at Mansfield Stadium, tryouts at 1 p.m. for all 13-year-olds and new players, contact Mike Brooker at 945-4009

Hitting/Fielding Clinics
At Brewer, WIN Athletic Training Center, youth baseball hitting and fielding clinics Sun-days, 3-4 p.m. for hitting and 4-5 p.m. for fielding, $15 per session, call 561-9561, visit

Pitching Clinics
At Brewer, WIN Athletic Training Center, pitching with Jon Perry, Saturdays, 9-10:30 a.m., $30 per session, call 561-9561, visit

Speed and Agility Training
At Brewer, WIN Athletic Training Center, speed and agility training on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5-6:30 p.m., $15 per session, call 561-9561, visit

Belfast Merchants
At Belfast, players interested in playing summer baseball for the Belfast Merchants in the Bay League should email

Bangor T-Ball
At Bangor, Bangor Parks and Rec. Dept., taking T-Ball registrations, parents encouraged to stay and work with their child, bring glove, instruction on Tuesdays, game play Thursdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m., Union St. Athletic Complex, May 4-27, coaches needed, Bangor residents $20, nonresidents $30, $10 late fee after April 23, to register visit or call 992-4490

Blue Jays Exhibition Series
At Cooperstown, N.Y., Blue Jays Baseball Club exhibition series for high school varsities, spring 2010, also tournaments for 13, 14U, 15U, 16U and 18U, interested coaches contact Harvey Sandig at (631) 650-5759 or

Baseball Fantasy Trip
Eighth annual Baseball Fantasy Trip sponsored by Alfond Youth Center in Waterville, trip is July 28-Aug. 1, lim-ited to 40 people, activities include: July 28, Arizona at Philadelphia; July 29, Atlanta at Washington; July 30, Ari-zona at Mets; July 31, Baseball Hall of Fame; Aug. 1, Detroit at Boston; $795 per person includes everything except supper, registration fee $195, contact Vaughn Clark at 873-0684 ext. 221

Adult pickup basketball

At Orono, Orono Rec adult pickup basketball, at middle school, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8-9:30 p.m.; fun, non-competitive atmosphere, at least 10 people needed for a full-court game

June 11-13
At South Portland, New England College Coaches Showcase Camp, boys entering grades 10-12, $275 overnight rate, $200 commuter rate, for more info contact men’s basketball coach Matt Richards at 741-5927

Next Level Basketball Camp
At Waterville, Next Level Basketball Camp at Colby Col-lege, premier girls camp directed by Colby head coach Lori Gear McBride, two weeks of overnight camp running June 27-July 1 and July 11-15; team camp on June 25-27; Bitty Ballers day camp on July 6-9 open to boys and girls between ages 5-8; over-night camp is $475, team camp is $200 and bitty ballers is $100; call 512-2671 or visit

Monday, May 10

At Bangor, Bangor All Sports Boosters monthly meet-ing in the ROTC room at Bangor High School at 7 p.m., public welcome, call Darlene Kenny at 947-6523

Saturday, May 8
At Ashland, Kiwanis Aroostook River Race, 8 a.m., public boat landing, 30 miles, registration $30 per paddler, contact Randolf Michaud at 227-8885 or

Saturday, May 15
At Ashland, Moose River Race, 11 a.m., public boat landing, 30 miles, $30 per paddler, contact Randolf Michaud at 227-8885 or email

Saturday, May 22
At Thomaston, St. George Saltwater Challenge, public boat landing, 3:30 p.m., mile race, 2 p.m. registration, con-tact Paula Lunt at 372-8195 or email
At Washburn, Aroostook River Fun Run, Washburn to Presque Isle, flatwater, 8 miles, 10 a.m. start, registration 8-9:15 a.m., $15 fee, mountain bike wildlife poker run as well, $5 for breakfast at 6-8 a.m., contact Gretchen Morse at 764-0802 or email

Saturday, June 5
At Burnham, Sebasticook River Race, 10 a.m., 10 miles, $15 registration, contact Kimberly Dixon at 426-9651 or email

Saturday, June 12
At Ellsworth, Union River Race, 11 a.m., Grand Lake Dam, 4.5 miles, white water, hard shell helmets required, $20 registration, contact Tammy Kelly at 667-3947 or

Sunday, June 13
At Bethel, Bethel River Race, 11 a.m., Androscoggin River, 4-mile recreational race, 8-mile pro boats and cruis-ers, 9 a.m. registration at Bethel Outdoor Adventure Center, contact Don Wescott at 547-3594

Saturday, June 19
At Sebec Village, Kiwanis Sebec River Race, 10 a.m., class II white water, 7 miles, 8 a.m. registration, for more information contact Mike Sproul at 449-0452

Thursday, June 24
At Orono, Stillwater River Race, 6:30 p.m., at Brown’s Beach, flat water group training and run race, for more in-formation contact Jeff Owen at 866-2348 or

Thursday, July 1
At Brunswick, Androscoggin River Race, 6:30 p.m., Water Street boat landing, flat water group training and run race, for more information contact Laurie Stearns at

Saturday, July 3
At Wiscasset, Sheepscot River Race, 4 p.m., Wiscasset boat launch, 6 miles, registration at 8:30 a.m., $15, for more info contact Scott Shea at 865-4189 or

Sunday, July 4
At Sebec Village, Sebec Lake Race, roughly 10:30 a.m. start, 4-mile or 8-mile course, $10-15 fee near bridge, call Peter Wright at 368-2140, visit www.trcmaine.ord/sebec4th

Thursday, July 8
At Orono, FW Series No. 3, C-1 emphasis, Stillwater River race, 6:30 p.m. start at Brown’s Beach on Bennoch Rd., dona-tions accepted, contact Jeff Owen at 866-2348 or

Sunday, July 11
At Durham, Chief Worumbo’s Androscoggin Fun River Race, 11 a.m. start at Dur-ham Boat Launch on Route 136, flat water, 6-mile race, registra-tion at 9 a.m., $15 per person, call 782-2302 or email

Thursday, July 15
At Skowhegan, Southside Tavern Sundowner, 6 p.m. start, flat water, 8 miles, FW Series No. 4, C-2 emphasis, registration 4:30-5:30 p.m., donations accepted, contact John Alsop at

Saturday, July 17
At Fort Fairfield, Fort Fairfield Regatta at Forbes Gravel Pit on Route 161, 6 miles north of Fort Fairfield, flat wa-ter, 6 miles, $10 per person, registration 3-4:30 p.m., call Tom Towle at 472-3882

Saturday, May 15

At Presque Isle, NHSC Trail and Bike Tune-Up Day, help out on the trails, seminar on trail maintenance and design, bike tune up clinic, barbecue, rain date of May 22, contact Mike Smith at 227-0250

Saturday, June 5
At Ellsworth, Downeast Folks on Spokes-Bike to Benefit Children, Ellsworth to Columbia Falls, compete on 12, 30, 60 or 100-mile rides, register at or call 667-5304

Sunday, June 13
At Freeport, 9th annual Women’s Ride sponsored by Bicycle Coalition of Maine, 9 a.m. at L.L. Bean’s Casco Conference Center, distances include 5-, 15-, 25- and 50-mile routes, coalition members registration $25, nonmembers $35, $10 discount for girls ages 12-17 and seniors over 65, girls 11 and under ride free, for info call 623-4511 or

Field Hockey Clinic

At Bangor, field hockey clinic, every Saturday through June 12, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Fields4Kids indoor facility behind Beal College, all ages and skill levels welcome, $80 per player, contact Chelsea at 299-3222 or

Eastern Football League

Eastern Football League is seeking business/football-minded individuals to organize a team in the Bangor area for the 2010 season, serious individuals only, full-contact football, ages 18 and up, AAA-level league with a new A-level division, maximum 60 players on AAA team, 30 players on A-level team, games begin in July for AAA, August for A; contact Peter Vorias at 229-9950, Bob Kalinyak at 15-8921, Peter O’Kane at 617-922-3275 or Derek Wright at 617-438-1440

Free Golf Lesson

At Northport, Northport Golf Club pro Peter Hodgkins to conduct PGA-designed programs for beginners, 10-minute one-on-one lesson will demonstrate basics of the swing, held May 8, 15 and 22, 10 a.m.-noon, register by calling 338-2270 or visit club

Ladies Twilight League
At Trenton, Bar Harbor Golf Course ladies twilight league, begins May 11, runs every Tues-day into the fall, week-by-week signup, all skill levels welcome, for more information contact Sally Hutchins at 610-1975 or Donna Jancewicz at 422-3069

Bangor Municipal Lessons
At Bangor, Bangor Municipal Golf Course group lessons, May 12-27, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., $85 per person, equipment provided if necessary, contact Rob Jarvis at 941-0232 or email

Golf Fore Women
At Brewer, Brewer Parks and Recreation Dept. is offering Golf Fore Women four-week lesson program beginning May 19, at Pine Hill Golf Club on Wednesdays, 5-6 p.m., all levels, class size limited, $45 for Brewer residents and $60 for non-residents, call 989-5199

Saturday, May 22
At Winter Harbor, first Knights of Pythias Golf Scram-ble, at Grindstone Neck Golf Course, 18-hole tournament open to first 20 teams, $200 per team, cash prizes and contests, for more info or to sign up contact Jim Watson at 460-6565 or 963-2667

Saturday, June 12
At Bangor, Bangor Breakfast Rotary Charities presents ninth annual golf tournament at Bangor Municipal Golf Course, $70 for 18 holes, scramble format, includes cart and green fees, barbecue lunch, 8 a.m. start, registration at 7 a.m., checks payable to Bangor Area Breakfast Rotary

Friday, June 25
At Bangor, 3rd Lee Golf Scramble benefiting Penobscot County Special Olympics, at Bangor Municipal Golf Course, 7 a.m. registration, 8 a.m. shotgun start, $80 per player or $320 per four-player team, $70 per player if registered before June 1, in-cludes one round of golf, lunch, gifts and prizes, contact Carol Ryan at 843-6077 or email

Zumba Classes

At Bangor, Bangor Parks and Rec. holding Zumba classes Tuesdays through June 1, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Bangor Parks and Rec. Center, drop-ins welcome, $25 per person for six weeks or $5 per class, call 992-4490 or visit

Summer Camps
At Bangor, Bangor Parks and Rec. is accepting full summer and weekly registrations for its Summer Day Camps, at Fairmount School for grades 3-6, at 14th Street School for grades K-2, half-day camp at Downeast School from noon-5 p.m. for grades K-3, Bangor residents may signup now, non-residents may register starting May 17, call 992-4490 or visit

Little Reckees Program
At Bangor, Bangor Parks and Recreation Little Reckees Program, six weeks, each week a new sport or activity will be introduced, children ages 4-5, every Tuesday starting April 27 until June 1, $20 Bangor residents, $30 non-residents, to register call 992-4490 or visit

Summer Kids Camp
At Raymond, summer camp for children entering grades 3-10, dodgeball and other games, beach and swimming, other activities, visit or call 725-0062

Saturday, May 8
At Danforth, East Grand Adventure Race, 8 a.m. at East Grand High School, teens and adults, 1.5-mile off-trail compass trek, 7- to 10-mile mountain bike ride, 7-mile canoe trip, climbing wall challenge, enter as pairs, $40 per team, for more information contact Dave Conley at 448-2260 or 448-2743

Saturday, May 15
At Ellsworth, Yesterday’s Children 8K, 9 a.m., $15 registration fee, please make checks out to Yesterday’s Chil-dren Inc. and mail registration forms to Yesterday’s Children Inc., P.O. Box 829, Ellsworth, ME 04605

Sunday, May 23
At Cape Elizabeth, Race to Stop Extinction 5K Run/Walk, with kids fun run, 9 a.m. on Portland’s Back Cove Trail, all race proceeds donated to the Endangered Species Coalition, race has been recognized by Athletes For A Fit Planet as a green event.

Acadian Running Camp

At Bar Harbor, Acadian Running Camp, July 25-28, for high school and college-bound runners, register online at

Girls College Training Camp
Prime Time Elite Girls College Training Camp, to prepare players for upcoming collegiate season, held Monday and Wednesday June, 14-Aug. 11, camp only open to graduating seniors and collegiate players, $395 if paid before May 1, $495 after May 1, for more information call 516-313-3034 or email

June 26-27
At Saratoga Springs, N.Y., 8th annual Mad Dog Mania College Showcase, boys and girls U16 and U17 premier, select and clubs teams invited to apply, four games per team, $675 fee, 55-minute games, 18-player roster, deadline is May 20, visit

July 19-24
At Canton, N.Y., Adirondack Adult Soccer Camp at St. Lawrence University, 14 full soccer fields plus indoor facilities, five-night residential program, men and women, email or call 518-587-4962

Hitting/Fielding Clinics

At Brewer, WIN Athletic Training Center, youth softball hitting and fielding clinics Sundays, 5-6 p.m. for hitting and 6-7 p.m. for fielding, $15 per session, call 561-9561, visit

Ellsworth League
At Ellsworth, Ellsworth Softball League meeting May 11, 6 p.m., in Ellsworth City Hall Council Chambers, teams interested in adult men’s league should have representative at meeting, leagues start May 17, $650 per team, contact Don Piper at 460-7987

Adult Co-ed Softball League
At Orono, Orono adult co-ed softball league, accepting regis-trations until May 20 for first 10 teams, starts June 7, 10 games, $300 per team, additional $25 for teams with more than five non-residents, for mor
e information contact Orono Rec. at 866-5065 or email

Summer Adult League
At Bangor, Bangor Parks and Rec seeks teams for Summer Adult Softball League, all levels of ability welcome, league starts May 17, 14-game schedule with season-ending City Championship, $650 per team with all Bangor resi-dents, $700 for teams with at least one nonresident, fees due before May 7, visit or call 992-4490

Softball players needed
At Bangor, men’s softball team based in Bangor needs players, call Ted at 942-3709

Fast-Pitch Softball League
At Old Town, seeking teams or individuals to form a women’s open fast-pitch softball league to play in Old Town and/or Brewer, open to all ages, the league would last for about six-seven weeks with one game played a week, those interested should contact Clint Higgins at 745-9239 or email

May 28-30
At Houlton, 5th annual Beat the Heat men’s softball tournament, double elimination, $175 per team, proceeds benefit Houlton Softball Association, food and drinks, home run contest, raffles, contact Clyde Warman at 521-6319 to enter a team

Saturday, May 15
At Belfast, Waldo County YMCA Triathlon Festival, 7:30 a.m. start, adult triathlon ages 14 and up, swim 525 yards, bike 12.2 miles and run 3.5 miles, YMCA members $60, nonmembers $75, kids triathlon at 1 p.m., $25 and $35, for more info or to register visit

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