Christmas by the Sea welcomes the holiday season

Tree lighting video added
By Susan Mustapich | Dec 03, 2018
Photo by: Susan Mustapich The Camden Hills Regional High School acapella group, The Off Beats, sings in the season at the Camden Public Library Nov. 30.

CAMDEN — The community gathered to celebrate Christmas by the Sea in downtown Camden Nov. 30, with song, the annual parade, discounts at local stores, and fundraising for local causes and student organizations.

 

Tree lighting, Christmas by the Sea
(Video by: Susan Mustapich)
A message of love took the lead at the Christmas by the Sea parade in Camden Nov. 30. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Community organizations, including the Aldermere Farms youth programs, join the Chistmas by the Sea parade in Camden Nov. 30. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Lyman Morse is all lit up for the annual Christmas by the Sea parade in Camden, sponsored by the Camden Area Business Group. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
The warm evening Nov. 30 was perfect for viewing the annual Christmas by the Sea parade in Camden Nov. 30. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Nonprofit organizations like Rosie's Hugs raise funds for good causes on the streets of Camden the evening of Nov. 30, during Christmas by the Sea. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Singers from Camden Hills Regional High School open the festivities at Christmas by the Sea, at the Camden Public Library, with classic holiday favorites. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
The annual bonfire is ready for Christmas by the Sea at Lincolnville Beach. (Photo by: Gene Ernest)
The Lincolnville Beach bonfire is lit shortly before dusk Dec. 1. (Photo by: Gene Ernest)
The Islesboro ferry heads out as the Lincolnville Beach bonfire roars Dec. 1. (Photo by: Michael Margolis)
Comments (1)
Posted by: David Franclemont | Dec 04, 2018 05:18

Great Event! Thanks for the report Susan!



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