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The Maine Snowmobile Association



Maine Snowmobiler Calendar

Pine Tree Camp egg run

MSA Members: Calendar listings are updated from the calendar items submitted to The Maine Snowmobiler newspaper (published Sept-April). The deadline for each issue's calendar is the 15th of the month prior to publication. Listings run in the newspaper as space allows, but ALL of the submitted listings are posted here when the newspaper is completed. You may mail your listings to Maine Snowmobiler Calendar, MSA, PO Box 80, Augusta ME 04332 or email. Remember to include the basics: event, location, date, time, sponsoring club - and any other pertinent details.

Photo By Al Swett. Preparations for the Egg Run fundraiser at the annual Snowmobile Ride-In to benefit the Pine Tree Camp for children and adults with physical or developmental disabilities.

SNOWMOBILE SAFETY COURSE NOTICES are posted on the Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife web site.

MSA DIRECTORS MEETING NOTICES are posted on the 'For MSA Members' page of this site.


March 1
MEETING,Snow Valley Sno-Goers SC, 6:30p.m. at the clubhouse off Route 5, Andover.
March 2
PUBLIC SUPPER, 4-6p.m. at the Northern Timber Cruisers clubhouse, Millinocket. $8 w/dessert and drink. Call ahead for take out orders 207-723-6203. FMI see the club Facebook page.
MEETING, Central Aroostook SC, 6:30p.m. at the CASC clubhouse, 81 West Ridge Road, Mars Hill.
March 3
MEETING, Portage Lakers SC, 6:30p.m., Dean's Motor Lodge, Portage.
March 4
TRAILSIDE COOKOUT, hosted by the Arnold Trail SC of Eustis-Stratton, 11a.m.-2p.m., at the ITS 89 crossing of Route 27 in Eustis (next to the Eustis post office). Hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries, chips, desserts and sodas. All you can eat for $5. arnoldtrailsnowmobile club.com.
LOG DRIVERS COOKOUT, annual event hosted by the Big Valley Sno Club of Island Falls at their clubhouse. Bean hole beans baked in the ground, homemade doughnuts, biscuits, coffee - cooked out of doors - along with the fixins. Stop in and have a great meal.
REGGIE'S RIDE, a family ride starting downtown Jackman, going to Arnold Farm Sugar House for a tour then back to Northland Hotel for dinner and auction. Good family fun! Border Riders SC. www.borderridersclub.com.
2017 CAN-AM CROWN INTERNATIONAL SLED DOG RACES, Fort Kent. FMI: http://www.can-am-crown.net.
MEETING/POTLUCK, Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters of Sherman, at the clubhouse. Potluck 5p.m., meeting 6p.m.
March 5
CHILDREN'S SLEDDING PARTY, held by the Burnt Meadow SC, of Brownfield, 10a.m.-2p.m. Brownfield Residents Appreciation Day, all club members are welcome. Held at Dickie & Cristin Perreault's hill, 343 Pequawket Trail. Bring your sled and enjoy a day of fun, riding to the top of the hill by snowmobile. Snacks, lunch, drinks will be available, cost is donation. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
MYSTERY RIDE, Sno-Wanderers SC of Kingfield. Departs from Sled Shed at 9:45a.m.
MEETING, Sno-Wanderers SC of Kingfield, 6p.m. at Webster Hall.
March 6
MEETING/POTLUCK, Solon Snow Hawks, 6p.m. at the Solon Fire Station.
MEETING, Hillside Family Riders of Lewiston, 7p.m. at the Ramada.
MEETING, Palermo SC, 7p.m. at the Sheepscot Fish & Game clubhouse, Route 3, Palermo.
March 7
MEETING, Madawaska SC, at the clubhouse. 6p.m. directors meeting, 7p.m. membership meeting.
MEETING/POTLUCK, Norway Trackers SC. 6:30 Potluck dinner, 7p.m. Meeting at the Norway Town Hall.
March 8
CLUB BoD MEETING, Chapman Ridge Runners, 6:30p.m. at the clubhouse, 94 Town Hall Road.
March 10
ST JOHN VALLEY ASSOCIATES FUN DAY, hosted by the Madawaska SC.
CLUB MEETING/POTLUCK, Bridgton Easy Riders SC, at the Bridgton Community Center. Potluck supper 6p.m., followed by the club meeting at 7p.m.
March 11
PAT'S RIDE FOR ALL, hosted by the Fort Kent SnoRiders for special citizens of the community, at Fort Kent Outdoor Center (biathlon lodge), 9a.m.-12noon. Call Jim Marquis if you can help with a 2-up sled or with the hot dog roast afterwards.
BEAN AND HOT DOG DINNER FUNDRAISER, from 4-7p.m. at the Pleasant Ridge Riders Snowmobile Clubhouse, 17 Pleasant Ridge Road, Caswell. $8/Adults, $4/Children. Beans, hot dogs, rolls, potato salad, beverage. Proceeds benefit the Groomer Fund.
CLUB RIDE, held by the Crooked River SC of Casco. Meet at Route 121 clubhouse.
MEETING/POTLUCK, Rockabema Snow Rangers of Patten, 5:30p.m. at the clubhouse.
SOUP/SANDWICH NIGHT, Chapman Ridge Runners SC, 6p.m. at the clubhouse, 94 Town Hall Road. Members bring soup or sandwiches. Bingo night for CRRSC members only.
March 14
MEETING, Pleasant Ridge Riders SC, 7-8p.m. at the clubhouse, Caswell.
MEETING, Pejepscot SnoChiefs of Lisbon Falls, 7p.m. at the clubhouse.
MEETING, Leeds Stumpthumpers, at the Fire Station in Leeds Central at 7p.m. Weather permitting and the snow good this will be a snowmobile ride in. All visitors are welcome.
March 16
PUBLIC SUPPER, 4-6p.m. at the Northern Timber Cruisers clubhouse, Millinocket. $8 w/dessert and drink. Call ahead for take out orders 207-723-6203. FMI see the club Facebook page.
March 17
ST PATRICK'S GATHERING, Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters of Sherman, 5p.m. at the clubhouse.
March 18
5th ANNUAL BBQ ON THE TRAIL - Hosted by the Norridgewock Sportsmen Association at Oosoola Store, ITS 87. 10a.m.-1p.m. Free lunch - donations only. Come by sled or by vehicle (on U.S. 2) FMI: Bob 207-634-2515.
MEMBER APPRECIATION BREAKFAST, CLUB RIDE, Pleasant Ridge Riders SC. Meet at the clubhouse for breakfast 7a.m. After breakfast will ride to Dean's Motor Lodge in Portage Lake for lunch and then return to the clubhouse. Please RSVP Fred at 207-325-4895 so can plan breakfast. Breakfast menu is Eggs, French toast, bacon, sausage, beverage. All members are invited to come and have a good time.
ANNUAL LANDOWNER APPRECIATION OYSTER STEW AND CHOWDER DINNER, Hosted by the Windy Valleys SC from 5-7p.m. at the Newry Grange Hall on Route 26 (just north of the Route 2 and Route 26 intersection). Oyster stew and a collection of chowders will be available. Questions? Call Edie Okenquist 860-384-0215.
SILENT AUCTION, held by the Glenburn Lakeside Riders to benefit the Marissa Pinkham Scholarship Fund. Follows club supper at the West Glenburn Community Center. To donate an item to the auction contact Melissa Pinkham 207-478-5448.
MEETING/POTLUCK, Blue Ridge Riders SC, at Moosehead Sled Repair and Rental, Rockwood. Meeting 7p.m. with a 6p.m. potluck for all who would like to attend.
March 20
MEETING, Hillside Family Riders of Lewiston, 7p.m. at the Ramada.
March 25
LYME DISEASE PREVENTION PROGRAM, hosted by the Leeds Stumpthumpers SC at Leeds Central School, 1185 ME 106 in Leeds from 10a.m.-1p.m. Presentation by Midcoast Lyme Disease and Education. Free event - refreshments available at nominal fee.
GROOMERS BALL, held by the Arnold Trail SC of Eustis-Stratton at The Stratton Plaza. Begins 5p.m., appetizers, dinner, dessert, music. Reservations to: 207-246-2000.
March 26
PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER, held by the Crooked River SC of Casco, at the Webb's Mills clubhouse. Begins 7a.m.
PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER, held by the Anson-North Anson SC, 6:30a.m.-10a.m. at the Garrett Schenck School. Pancakes, homefries, bacon or sausage, baked beans, real maple syrup, coffee, tea and juice.
March 30
PUBLIC SUPPER, 4-6p.m. at the Northern Timber Cruisers clubhouse, Millinocket. $8 w/dessert and drink. Call ahead for take out orders 207-723-6203. FMI see the club Facebook page.
April 1
ANNUAL MEETING/POTLUCK,Snow Valley Sno-Goers SC, at the clubhouse off Route 5, Andover. Potluck begins 6p.m., meeting 7p.m.
MEETING/POTLUCK, Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters of Sherman, at the clubhouse. Potluck 5p.m., meeting 6p.m.
April 2
MEETING/POTLUCK, Sno-Wanderers SC of Kingfield, 5p.m. potluck followed by 6p.m. meeting, at Webster Hall. Election of officers.
April 3
LANDOWNER SUPPER, Held by the Hillside Family Riders of Lewiston.
MEETING/POTLUCK, Solon Snow Hawks, 6p.m. at the Solon Fire Station. Last meeting of the season.
MEETING, Palermo SC, 7p.m. at the Sheepscot Fish & Game clubhouse, Route 3, Palermo.
April 4
MEETING, Madawaska SC, at the clubhouse. 6p.m. directors meeting, 7p.m. membership meeting.
April 5
CLUB BoD MEETING, Chapman Ridge Runners, 6:30p.m. at the clubhouse, 94 Town Hall Road.
April 6
MEETING, Central Aroostook SC, 6:30p.m. at the CASC clubhouse, 81 West Ridge Road, Mars Hill.
April 7
MEETING, Portage Lakers SC, 6:30p.m., Dean's Motor Lodge, Portage.
April 8
ANNUAL HILL CLIMB RACE, hosted by the Fort Kent SnoRiders at Lonesome Pine Trails ski resort. Stock and modified from 500 to 1000 cc, 120 class stock. Racers can register early at the club web site fortkentsnoriders.com.
APPRECIATION DINNER, held by the Pejepscot SnoChiefs of Lisbon Falls, at the MTM Center. Meet at 4p.m., eat at 5p.m.
PIZZA NIGHT, Chapman Ridge Runners SC, 6p.m. at the clubhouse, 94 Town Hall Road. Election of officers, discuss summer breakfasts. RSVP to Sue 207-764-1236.
April 11
MEETING, Pleasant Ridge Riders SC, 7-8p.m. at the clubhouse, Caswell.
April 14
CLUB MEETING/POTLUCK, Bridgton Easy Riders SC, at the Bridgton Community Center. Potluck supper 6p.m., followed by the club meeting at 7p.m.
April 15
ANNUAL AUCTION/POTLUCK, held by the Ripley Trail Riders SC at the Ripley Town Office. Begins 5:30p.m.
April 22
MSA ANNUAL MEETING AND LUNCHEON, at the Penobscot Conservation Club in Brewer. Mark your calendars.
ANNUAL DANCE, RAFFLE, held by the Nordic Lakers SC at the Legion in Stockholm. Dance tickets sold at the door. FMI padshaus@aol.com.
May 6
LANDOWNER APPRECIATION, Hosted by the Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters of Sherman, at the clubhouse. Dinner 5p.m. (not a potluck), awards 6p.m.
May 13
MIGHTY MOLUNKUS FAMILY FUN DAY, DUCK RACE, held by the Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters, at the clubhouse.
September 10
MEETING/POTLUCK, Sno-Wanderers SC of Kingfield, 5p.m. at the Sled Shed.