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Maine Winter Sports Venue Series: Part 3

Maine Winter Sports Venue Series: Part 3

| March 18, 2015

The Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle continues to look for more funding for the venue. Paul Towle is the President of the Club and says fund raising for the venue can be a challenge. “About a year ago the separation was official and that Nordic Heritage Center is it’s own entity now and Maine […]

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Maine Winter Sports Venue Series: Part 1

Maine Winter Sports Venue Series: Part 1

| March 18, 2015

There has been a lot of confusion over the last year about the Maine Winter Sports Center and two world class venues based in the County. Last April Maine Winter Sports and the Libra Foundation signed a separation agreement meaning that the Nordic Heritage Center and the 10th Mountain Center now known as the Fort […]

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Nordic Heritage Center steering committee wants public input in future plans

Nordic Heritage Center steering committee wants public input in future plans

| December 3, 2014

It’s a home of outdoor activities both large and small scale in the Central Aroostook area. The Nordic Heritage Center is a world class facility well known for its beautiful trails and cozy lodge. But those on the center’s steering committee say they’ve got some big decisions to make regarding its future. Steve Towle, Steering […]

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Nordic Trail Festival Kicks off For Ninth Year

Nordic Trail Festival Kicks off For Ninth Year

| August 1, 2014

All was quiet at the Nordic Heritage Center on Friday at noontime, but it was about to get busy. Back for it’s ninth year…is the Nordic Trail festival. “There’s smiles on everybody’s faces, we put on a good show, and we make everybody feel special,” said chief of competition Chad McPherson. The weekend festival combines […]

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Tourism Summit Held at Nordic Heritage Center

Tourism Summit Held at Nordic Heritage Center

| May 28, 2014

“Aroostook County has to do its fair share, and this is how you learn how to do what needs to be done,” said Steve Dobson, who owns both of the Aroostook Hospitality Inns. He says every year the state brings in more than five billion dollars in tourism and the county only gets one percent […]

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