Click on the link, and then select one of the several photojournals on the Town of Sebago and its history, events, and goings-on, as well as the changing Maine seasons. The renovation of the 1830's John Meserve farm is also described, with articles on ladybugs, bats, ghosts, and the history and architecture of the farmhouse. These articles are written and posted regularly by Allen Crabtree, and include photographs of Sebago.
Sherrill McAloney Brown has developed this website using the Rootsweb's genweb project server of the cemeteries of Sebago. Theoriginal field work was done in 1969 by Beverly Harmon, and verified in 1998-99 by Joyce Viles, June Allen and Ann Brown. In addition to providing the names and locations of the 45 burial yards located in Sebago, there is an alphabetical listing of those buried there, and several links to assist genealogists. From her page, you can enter queries, link to other Sebago related resources, access many Maine Genealogical databases, the State of Maine Vital Records, old Cumberland County maps, and much more.
Mike Anderson maintains this website from North Sebago. Click on the link to check on the local temperature, barometric pressure, dew point, humidity, wind speed and direction, and precipitation. Mike also lists information on total snow accumulation in the winter, and the site features a skycam with periodic images of the Sebago skyline. This information provides local weather to Channel 13 and Fox 51.
Our historical society meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month at our museum on the Convene Rd in Sebago. We have many permanent displays and photo collections that we enjoy sharing with others. An open house is held on the 2nd Saturday and 4th Sunday of the months of June, July, and August, when people can come and visit our museum. It is also possible to meet someone there at other times by appointment. We have a number of special events during the summer season.
The Bridgton Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to the growth of local and growing businesses in the community. The Chamber serves the towns of Bridgton, Brownfield, Casco, Denmark, Fryeburg, Harrison, Lovell, Naples, Sebago, Stow, Sweden and Waterford. This site provides information on antiquing, birding, fishing, foliage, golfing, tours, and events in the Bridgton/Lakes region.
The Windham Chamber serves the towns of Casco, Gray, Naples, Raymond, Sebago Lake, Standish, and Windham. It includes links to webpages of its members and information on events in the Lakes Region.
Lake Region Television (LRTV) is a two-channel community access cable television station serving the communities of Bridgton, Sebago, Casco, Harrison and Naples, Maine. From their studios located in the lower level of the Bridgton Municipal Complex, LRTV reaches a potential viewership of over 2,400 families that are part of the Adelphia cable system serving Bridgton, Sebago, Harrison and Naples and another 1,000 or so on the Time-Warner cable system in Casco all in the Sebago/Long Lake area of Western Maine about 45 miles northwest of Portland. There is a link to their program schedule at their home page.
Information on recreation in the Sebago Lakes region, including tourist attractions, marinas, lodging, etc.
Site includes over 400 pages of village maps, event listings, written articles about local features, history from today to the original peoples as well as interesting and informative material and supports non-profit community projects and organizations as well.: Regions, Destinations, Travel, Sports.
Fishing and membership information for anglers of the Lakes Region. The Sebago Lake Anglers Association meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7pm. The meeting place is at the Naples Town Hall located on Lambs Mill Road off US Route 302 in Naples, Maine. Site is under repair - check back
Serving the Lakes Region of Western Maine - ecology, maps, environmental information.
The Schoolhouse Arts Center at Sebago Lake (SACASL) is a rural community arts organization located in the old Standish High School in Sebago Lake Village. We are is a non-profit, publicly supported organization dedicated to arts education and the presentation of the arts.
Bridgton is located in Maine's Western Lakes and Mountains region. This beautifully wooded area offers the best of all worlds. A variety of activities is available in this spectacular setting, including hiking, mountain biking, fishing, swimming, boating and golf.
Casco is located in the heart of the Sebago Lakes Region. Casco's 36 square miles contain eight lakes and ponds, which comprise nearly 6 square miles of Casco's area. Opportunities abound for recreational and business opportunities associated with pristine clear lakes and ponds.
Web site of the quaint and very accessible Cornish, the second best small town in Maineaccording to the Maine Sunday Telegram (2-23-97).
Website of the municipality of Cumberland.
The official website for Cumberland County, Maine. - A comprehensive guide to Cumberland County services, departments and other government operations
The Town of Frye Island is Maine's newest town, established in 1998. Website provides town information, events, ferry schedules, town government, and history.
Gorham remains a vital community in what is now an economic center for the State and the broader region.
This site is provided by the Gorham Economic Development Corporation in the interest of promoting business in Gorham, but contains information of interest to locals as well.
The Gray web site is a guide to community resources for and by the Townspeople of Gray.
The source for unauthorized, unofficial news and information about Limington, Maine.
Limerick's history is rich in folklore and the comings and goings of many citizens, some famous, some just ordinary folks going about their daily routines.
Visit the Four Corners of Limerick, Maine. Website features local business directory, community events, library, churches, schools and town government information.
MSAD 61 includes the towns of Bridgton, Casco, Naples and Sebago
The Town of Naples was incorporated in 1834. This is the official website of the town.
Website on local Portland government, doing business in Portland, living in Portland, and more.
Community organizations and resources, events, government, recreation, and related information for Raymond, Maine.
Scarborough stands at the intersection of the barrier beach system which stretches to the south and the rocky coast northward. This site has information on town services and events.
The land now included in the Town of Standish was originally part of the area hunted and occupied from time to time by the Sokokis Tribe of the Abenaki Indians. An interesting and comprehensive website.
Website for the city of Westbrook.
This website that provides information about the Sebago Lake State Park reservation, schedule and fees. From the Maine Parks Department site you can also access information on other state parks in Maine. The website has a search function to allow finding any park, historic site, or public land by name, or search the state by regions. Activities such as hiking, horseback riding, swimming, etc. are also listed, along with maps.
This site hosted by the Waterboro Public Library provides information on Maine History Resources, including county and town histories, geneological information, etc.
Historical and geneological information and links from Cumberland County and the State of Maine.
Records from selected Cumberland County cemetaries.
History links for southern Maine.
Lists interesting attractions in the western mountain region of Maine.
The Maine Snowmobile Association Guide to Exploring the State's 12,000+ Miles of Groomed Snow Trails
A general information resource about the State of Maine
News and links to other Maine communities
The official website of the Maine Office of Tourism.