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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.


February 1
MEETING,Snow Valley Sno-Goers SC, 6:30p.m. at the clubhouse off Route 5, Andover.
February 2
POKER RUN, hosted by the Crooked River SC of Casco, 10a.m.-2p.m. Mark your calendar.
MEETING, Central Aroostook SC, 6:30p.m. at the CASC clubhouse, 81 West Ridge Road, Mars Hill.
February 3
MEETING, Portage Lakers SC, 6:30p.m., Dean's Motor Lodge, Portage.
February 3-5
SNOWMOBILE RIDE IN, to benefit Pine Tree Camp. Events held in the Newport area.
February 4
MEETING/POTLUCK, Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters of Sherman, at the clubhouse. Potluck 5p.m., meeting 6p.m.
PUBLIC DINNER, DANCE, AUCTION, held by the Clifton Area SC at the Penobscot County Conservation Club, Brewer. FMI: Nancy 207-843-7270.
MEETING, with supper, Border Riders SC of Jackman, 6p.m. at the clubhouse.
February 4, 5
ANNUAL FISHING DERBY, held by the Pushaw Lake SC of Hudson. Kitchen open for breakfast and lunch both days.
February 5
PUBLIC BREAKFAST, Held by the Pine Tree SC of Milford, 7a.m.-11a.m., rain or shine at the clubhouse.
February 6
MEETING, Palermo SC, 7p.m. at the Sheepscot Fish & Game clubhouse, Route 3, Palermo.
MEETING/POTLUCK, Solon Snow Hawks, 6p.m. at the Solon Fire Station.
MEETING, Hillside Family Riders of Lewiston, 7p.m. at the Ramada.
February 7
MEETING/POTLUCK, Norway Trackers SC. 6:30p.m. Potluck dinner, 7p.m. Meeting at the Norway Town Hall.
MEETING, Madawaska SC, at the clubhouse. 6p.m. directors meeting, 7p.m. membership meeting.
February 8
CLUB BoD MEETING, Chapman Ridge Runners, 6:30p.m. at the clubhouse, 94 Town Hall Road.
February 9-11
POLAR BLAST, annual celebration of winter in Stratton and Eustis. Featuring Rave X show at 2:30p.m. Saturday, Pepin's Field. 2/9: Cribbage tournament, Silent auction. 2/10: Ice skating, bonfire, cardboard sled slide, karaoke, fireworks. 2/11: Fundraiser breakfast, radar run, trivia, chili-chowder-stew contest, Rave X, awards, raffle draw, music. FMI: arnoldtrailsnowmobileclub.com or www.Facebook.com/PolarBlast.
February 10
CLUB MEETING/POTLUCK, Bridgton Easy Riders SC, at the Bridgton Community Center. Potluck supper 6p.m., followed by the club meeting at 7p.m.
February 11
CLUB RIDE, Cold Stream Sno-Riders, from Enfield to Springfield. Meet at the Enfield Town Garage at 9a.m. For updates/more info visit www.facebook.com/coldstreamsnoriders.
VINTAGE SNOWMOBILE RIDE IN, SHOW, SELL AND SWAP, held by the Orrington Trail Riders, 11a.m.-4p.m. at the clubhouse, Long Hill Road, Orrington. FMI: 207-852-8000.
POKER RALLY, hosted by the Crooked River SC of Casco, 10a.m.-2p.m. beginning at the clubhouse on Route 121. Prizes, giveaways.
SUPPER ON THE RUN, held by the Portage Lakers SC, Portage. portagelakerssnowmobileclub.org.
BLESSING OF THE SLEDS, Annual fundraising event hosted by the Poodunck SC of Dixfield and the Mexico Trailblazers, at Mountain Valley Middle School. Event begins 10:30a.m. - blessing at noon, hot food, drinks available from 10:30-12noon. 50/50, raffle prizes.
30th ANNUAL WASHINGTON POND SNOWFEST AND FISHING DERBY, hosted by the Hill and Gully Riders SC of Washington. Derby/Raffle tickets $1 or 6/$5, available from club members, local businesses or at the Snack Shack on the day of event. Snack Shack and weigh in at boat launch, Razorville Road (Route 105). Weigh in 3p.m. $200 Grand Prize, $75 overall largest fish, $20 largest fish (brook trout, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, white perch, yellow perch). Door prizes. Rain date February 18.
COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION POKER RUN. 10a.m.-6p.m. Poker Stops on the trail systems for Leeds Stumpthumpers, Turner Ridge Riders, Hillside Family Riders, Sabattus Mountaineers. Event concludes at Reggie's Kawasaki Ski-Doo, 255 US Route 202 in Leeds. 4p.m.-6p.m. - Poker Hands played and Dinner (Poker Hands must be turned in by 5:30p.m.). 6p.m. Fireworks display. Details at http://tinyurl.com/pokerrun2017.
VALENTINE'S CLUB RIDE AND GATHERING. Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters of Sherman, at the clubhouse.
ANNUAL BONFIRE, hosted by the Westbrook Trail Blazes, begins 6p.m. at Sunset Ridge Golf Course.
VALENTINES DANCE, hosted by the Night Drifters SC of Detroit, from 8p.m.-midnight. Featuring the band Dirty McGurdy. Tickets $10. The kitchen will be open.
GAME NIGHT/APPETIZER, DESSERT NIGHT, Chapman Ridge Runners SC, 5:30p.m. at the clubhouse, 94 Town Hall Road. Members please bring either an appetizer or dessert, and a favorite board or card game.
February 11, 12
SNO-CROSS, hosted by the Lincoln Snowhounds (Rain date March 4, 5). Lincoln Snowhounds clubhouse, Town Farm Road, off Route 2 in Lincoln. Races begin 11a.m. daily. Registration 8-10a.m. $4000 Pro Purse. Cash prizes and trophies for Pro Division winners. Trophies for Amateur Division winners. Lunch Saturday and Sunday at the clubhouse. FMI: Kevin Steward (technical info) at 207-794-1037, email. Alan Smith (general info) 207-794-2104, email.
February 11-20
TAKE A FRIEND SNOWMOBILING WEEK, Visit www.gosnowmobiling.org for information and ideas for participation in this ISMA campaign to introduce new riders to snowmobiling.
February 12
PUBLIC BREAKFAST, Held by the Pine Tree SC of Milford, 7a.m.-11a.m., rain or shine at the clubhouse.
PETER LARLEE SCHOLARSHIP BENEFIT RIDE, proceeds to the Peter Larlee Memorial Scholarship fund. Ride starts at the East Branch Sno-Rovers clubhouse in Medway, 10a.m. registration. Entry $10 per sled, more than 3 sleds $30 total. Followed by public spaghetti feed by donation at the clubhouse, beginning at 3p.m.
CLUB COOKOUT, Members Belgrade Draggin Masters, next to the stream behind Ernie Rice's home in Belgrade.
SNOWMOBILE POKER RALLY, held by the Burnt Meadow SC, of Brownfield. Start point Brownfield Rec Center, Main Street. Registration 9a.m. through 12p.m. Come hungry, there will be food, raffles, prizes for top hands. FMI: 207-935-2762 club president Doris Burnell.
MEETING, Clifton Area SC, 5:30p.m. at 55 Bradbury Brook Road, off Stagecoach Road and Route 9, Clifton.
February 14
MEETING, Leeds Stumpthumpers will be held at the Fire Station in Leeds Central at 7p.m. Weather permitting and the snow good this will be a sled ride in. All visitors are welcome.
MEETING, Pleasant Ridge Riders SC, 7-8p.m. at the clubhouse, Caswell.
MEETING, Pejepscot Sno-Chiefs SC of Lisbon, at the clubhouse. FMI call Libby at 207-729-6337.
February 17
SLED FOR JED, Public Breakfast/Snowmobile Ride-In to assist with medical expenses for Jed Zelie and family. Jed is a student at Mt Abram High School undergoing treatment for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Breakfast served at the high school from7-7:45 a.m., suggested donation $5. More info on Facebook page including contacts to register for breakfast; or donate to the fund on Jed's Go Fund Me page
February 17, 18
RANGELEY WORLD RECORD RIDE FOR CYSTIC FIBROSIS. 2/17: Auction, 6p.m., The Gingerbread Restaurant in Oquossoc. 2/18: Bald Mountain Camps - Music and BBQ on the ice starting at 11a.m. Lineup and group picture, world record ride attempt, music, beach ball racing, fireworks and more. Follow on Facebook: Rangeley World Record Ride for Cystic Fibrosis.
SNOWMOBILE PARADE held on Main St. in Millinocket February 17 starting at 6p.m. at Stearns High School. Fun event on groomed trail, cookout in the park. All snowmobilers are welcome to participate. ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE SNOWMOBILE SHOW/RIDE February 18 at the Northern Timber Cruisers clubhouse. Trophies for best of show and people's choice. This year's show will be "The Wayne Campbell Memorial Antique/Vintage Snowmobile Show" in memory of Wayne who passed away in April. He was an accomplished restorer and long time supporter of the NTC Snowmobile Museum. FMI please contact Steve Campbell at 207-447-1435, email.
February 18
POKER RUN. Hosted by the Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters of Sherman, at the clubhouse.
ONE LUNGER 100 VINTAGE RACE, annual event held by the Turner Ridge Riders SC. Details: www.turnerridgeriders.com/1-lunger-100.html or find the event on Facebook Track located off Route 117 in Turner with racing taking place from 9a.m.-3p.m.
SLEDDING PARTY, Hosted by the Sno-Wanderers SC of Kingfield, begins at 2p.m. at Gilmore Hill.
GROOMER FUNDRAISER, Border Riders SC of Jackman. Located at Long Pond Headquarters, by snowmobile off the Loop Trail and by car down Route 6/15 at Loop Road. 8a.m.-4p.m. offering breakfast sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs, pulled pork and chicken sandwiches. All donations go to grooming operations.
ANNUAL AUCTION, held by the Arnold Trails SC of Eustis-Stratton at the Stratton Plaza. arnoldtrailsnowmobileclub.com.
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.
February 19
PUBLIC BREAKFAST, Held by the Pine Tree SC of Milford, 7a.m.-11a.m., rain or shine at the clubhouse.
ANNUAL POKER RUN, Held by the Pine Tree SC of Milford. 8a.m.-12 noon at the clubhouse.
PUBLIC BREAKFAST, hosted by the Sno-Wanderers SC of Kingfield, begins 7a.m. at Kingfield Elementary School.
WORLD'S GREATEST SLEIGH RIDE, hosted by Pejepscot Sno-Chiefs SC of Lisbon and the Maine Farmers Horse, Mule & Pony Club. 10a.m.-2p.m., Upper Main Street, Lisbon Falls. Food and drinks, hot homemade donuts at the Snack Shack. Sleigh rides and plenty of photo ops with the horse teams.
VINTAGE SLED RIDE, hosted by the Pushaw Lake SC, Whitmore Landing Road, Hudson. Kitchen open for breakfast and lunch.
ANNUAL RALLY, held by the Denmark Draggers SC. 9a.m.-3p.m. Details on the club Facebook page.
SLIDING PARTY FOR KIDS will be held by the Leeds Stumpthumpers SC on the Buckley Field hill behind the Fire Station at Leeds Center. More details on the club's Facebook page.
February 20
MEETING, Hillside Family Riders of Lewiston, 7p.m. at the Ramada.
February 25
KIDS DAY, Hosted by the East Branch SnoRovers SC, Medway from 10a.m.-4p.m. Sliding Party, canoe rides, bonfire, sing-alongs. Free hot dog roast, toasted marshmallows, hot chocolate. Followed by
PUBLIC SPAGHETTI DINNER, from 4-6p.m. at the East Branch SnoRovers SC clubhouse. $7.
WINTER FLY-IN, hosted by the Rangeley Lakes SC and Bald Mountain Camps, on Mooselookmeguntic Lake. Info at rangeleysnowmobile.com.
PIE AUCTION, DANCE, held by the Portage Lakers SC, Portage. portagelakerssnowmobileclub.org.
POKER RALLY, hosted by the Bridgton Easy Riders SC, at the Bridgton Community Center on Depot Street, starting at 9a.m. http://bridgtoneasyriders.com.
POKER RUN, hosted by the Coburn Summit Riders of West Forks-Parlin Pond. coburnsummitriders.com.
February 26
BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER at the Pleasant Ridge Riders Snowmobile clubhouse, 17 Pleasant Ridge Road, Caswell, 7-11a.m. $7 Adults, $4 Children. Eggs, sausage, ham, potatoes, toast, beverage. All proceeds benefit the groomer fund.
PUBLIC BREAKFAST, Held by the Pine Tree SC of Milford, 7a.m.-11a.m., rain or shine at the clubhouse.
CANCELLED - The Trail Safety Check planned by the Brownville SC in the parking lot at Wildwoods Lodge has been cancelled.
February 28
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.
March 1
MEETING,Snow Valley Sno-Goers SC, 6:30p.m. at the clubhouse off Route 5, Andover.
March 2
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. arnoldtrailsnowmobileclub.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.
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.
CLUB RIDE, held by the Crooked River SC of Casco. Meet at Route 121 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.
March 17
ST PATRICK'S GATHERING, Molunkus Valley Sno-Drifters of Sherman, 5p.m. at the clubhouse.
March 18
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 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.
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
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.
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.