Learn About Spring Point Ledge Light

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We had a remarkable Maine Open Lighthouse Day, matching last year's overall results, raising more than $1,000 to replenish the reserves we used to complete the BIG PROJECT this year. It's now totally paid for! and we're stashing away the next dollars, quarters, nickels and dimes for the next project. More important to us is that more than 400 people had an opportunity to tour our lighthouse, meet our volunteer docents, and experience what life was like for the two keepers who tended the light and fog signal. We have a new photo album for the day, started by one of our visitors, Mark Ruppert -- many thanks, Mark and great shots! Support from all of you is so important to keep the light shining... well, yeah, the Coast Guard will do that, we just take care of what houses the light 🙂 Every like and every comment fuels us! ... See MoreSee Less

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cell phone shots from a less than amateur. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tomorrow, Sep-2 is looking like the last regular Open House for the season as Sunday is looking like a wash out! It was very windy today and winds at least as strong are expected tomorrow. Should be beautiful! Note: the lighthouse will be open for Maine Open Lighthouse Day from 9 to 3 on Saturday, September 9 and we may have some additional special openings, volunteers and weather permitting, which will be posted here. ... See MoreSee Less

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The lighthouse will be open for tours tomorrow, August 26 from 11 to 3 and Tuesday, Aug-29 from 11 to 1. We will not be open on Sunday, Aug-27. ... See MoreSee Less

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