For people accompanying the teams, but not directly involved in the competition, there are a variety of things to do. We have listed these activities below.

NECCDC Symposium (click for schedule)

The Hudson Museum

This is an anthropological/archaeological museum. Free. Hours are:

  • Friday 9 am-4 pm
  • Saturday 9 am-4 pm
  • Sunday Closed

The Page Farm & Home Museum

This museum is  dedicated to rural culture. Free. Hours are:

  • Friday 9 am-4 pm
  • Saturday 9 am-4 pm
  • Sunday Closed

Eastern Maine Sportsmen’s Show

Memorial Gymnasium and Fieldhouse. Tickets are $7 for age 12 and older, $1 for ages 6-11, and free for ages younger than 6.Hours are:

  • Friday 5 pm-9 pm
  • Saturday 9 am-8 pm
  • Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

Collins Center for the Arts

Wagner’s Parsifal
For more information: 1-800-622-TIXX or http://www.collinscenterforthearts.com/index.php
Saturday,  March 9, 2013 12:00 noon

Jonathan Biss, Piano
For more information: 1-800-622-TIXX or http://www.collinscenterforthearts.com/index.php
Sunday, March 10, 2013, 3 PM

University of Maine Planetarium

Two Small Pieces of Glass
Examine the powers and the history of telescopes with the astronomers that built them and discover what can be found even in the backyard. Ages 8 – Adult

Friday 7 PM March 8

The Little Star That Could

Young sky explorers enjoy this story of a small yellow star searching for planets of his own as he learns that many different stars fill the universe around us. Ages 6 – 9

Sunday 2 PM March 10