Getting on/off a shuttle. Some walking, some stairs.
At the hotel, our breakfast includes a hot entree, fruit, breads and pastries, juice, coffee, tea and water.
After lunch we return to St. Saviour's Episcopal church for a Lecture-Demonstration with (TBD). Following the presentation a short walk will take us to the Abbe Museum - The Abbe Museum shares the history and culture of Maine’s Native people, collectively known as the Wabanaki (Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Micmac, and Maliseet), and operates from two locations in Bar Harbor. At our downtown location, visitors find dynamic exhibitions and activities interspersed with spaces for quiet reflection. At the Abbe’s historic trailside museum at Sieur de Monts Spring, guests can experience early 20th century archaeological discoveries informed by 21st century science. The History of the Abbe Museum: First opened to the public in 1928, the Abbe Museum is named for its founder, Dr. Robert Abbe, an eminent New York physician and beloved summer resident of Bar Harbor. During the 1920s, Dr. Abbe assembled a collection of early Native American artifacts found in the Frenchman Bay area which launched the museum at Sieur de Monts Spring. In 2001, we opened our second facility in a renovated historic landmark in downtown Bar Harbor. During our visit enjoy a wonderful educational program and a docent led exploration.
Lunch is served today at a local restaurant to include an entrée, dessert, and non-alcoholic beverage. Choices will be preselected prior to arrival at the program.
Jazz Night Lecture - We travel to the Bar Harbor Congregational Church where we meet with the members of the Wolverine Jazz band for an afternoon lecture and a little music.
A delicious plated dinner is included this evening at the resort. Dinners are three course with a selection of entrees. Additional beverages available for purchase. Meal choices will be preselected prior to arrival at the program.
This evening we take a short trip to the Bar Harbor Congregational Church for our evening concert with the Acadia Chamber Players.