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Tall Timber Classic - 50th Anniversary of the World Cup Races at Sugarloaf Video

This is the launch of the video narrated by Bruce Miles on the World Cup Exhibit. This project was underwritten by Sugarloaf, the Department of Economic & Community Development's Office of Outdoor Recreation and Maine Office of Tourism. This exhibit can only be viewed by following the link below:

Maine Ski & Snowboard Museum - World Cup Exhibit Video

We offer it free to our members, donors and subscribers. If you would like to make a donation to support future projects and exhibits, follow this link:

Event Donation

 

Legends Races Set for March 11 and 13

February 10, 2021

A giant slalom ski race and 5K Nordic sprint to benefit the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum are scheduled for March 11 and13. The races are open to men and women ages 50+. Divisions are men and women age 50-59, 60-69 and 70+. Winners in each division will receive medals at the post race awards celebrations. A Ski-Meister trophy for a man and woman will be presented to the best overall skier in... Read more

Ski Museum becomes Ski and Snowboard Museum

February 5, 2021

In September 2020 the Ski Museum of Maine officially changed its name to the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum Read more

Mt. Abram 60th Anniversary Exhibit

November 24, 2020

Bethel, ME…The Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum is hosting an exhibit celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Cross Brothers founding of Mt. Abram.  The exhibit, located at the Robinson House of the Museums of the Bethel Historical Society, will be open select Saturdays in December and most days Tuesday-Friday from 10 am to 3 pm. Visitors are asked to call 207-824-2908 before arrival and follow... Read more

Morton Family Donates Ski Collection

April 9, 2020

The Ski Museum of Maine is excited to announce a wonderful gift. On behalf of his Grandfather, Charles
“Buddy” Gallagher, Sean Morton and his father Bob Morton donated some very old, brand new
equipment. Buddy repaired bicycles when he was 13. That led to him owning a very successful sporting
goods store in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Throughout its existence, Gallagher's was the go-to
location in the NH seacoast region for all kinds of sporting goods, from baseball gloves to tennis rackets,
skis to bicycles, and more. Read more