November 28, 2017
Chamber Chatter
In This Issue



Membership Renewal
3rd Annual Chamber Tree Lighting
After Hours at Caswell Conservancy Center
2018 Maine Lakes Winter Carnival
New Members



December After Hours
at
Caswell Conservancy Center
42 Main Street, Harrison

Thursday, December 7th
5-7pm
Membership Renewals are DUE!
Please contact us if you would like to make a payment arrangement or pay over the phone with your credit card.
SAVE THE DATE!
2017 Festival of Lights Parade

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Theme: Christmas Movies

For entry form, click HERE

Click HERE to view programs and events at the Bridgton Community Center
Serenity Wellness & Spa (featured in West Coast Maine Magazine) is offering lots of Black Friday Specials and check out their twelve days of Christmas, starting December 1st!
Also happening at Serenity Wellness & Spa!

Saturday, December 2nd - Find your peace and quiet at the spa to capture the relaxation that the Aloe & Herbal Wrap treatment offers with an average loss of 7" to 10". Reg - $80 / SPECIAL PRICE SAT. $60!

Thursday, December 14th - Book a series of (3) for $150, Zero Balancing Massage Treatment (Introductory Special)

Thursday, December 14th - Young Living Oil Party 12pm to 2pm

*Don't forget to enter our drawing for a 3 hour Spa Treatment including a massage, facial & pedicure!
Drawing date will be announced after Christmas!
New Members!
Freedom Boat Club (FBC), the nation’s oldest and largest boating club, is expanding into Maine with two new locations. The clubs will be run out of Yarmouth Boat Yard, 72 Lafayette Street in Yarmouth and Moose Landing Marina, 32 Moose Landing Trail in Naples. With lake and ocean based club locations, members will be able to try out different types of new model year boats while exploring both Casco Bay and the Sebago Lakes Region. The available vessels will include center consoles, dual consoles, deck boats, and pontoon boats.

To read more click HERE
Join in an atmosphere of artistic celebration with one of the many opportunities of dance expression and more, at The Ballroom Harrison!
Something for everyone…
Visit our website for a full description of The Ballroom Itinerary and program descriptions. You will find a wonderful variety of choices including ballroom and latin dance, tap, jazz, ballet, bellydancing, yoga, aikido and more. There are classes for all ages and artistic talents!
Call Nan Brett at 207-583-6964 for information on classes, workshops, functions and performances.


Oxford Hills SCORE announces a Business Round table for December 20th.
“Employees: Recruiting, Retention, and their Significance to Your Business”
For more information click on following link:  http://conta.cc/2z84kUe
Sponsored by: 
November Entertainment

To see the entertainment schedule for Nov., click HERE
The Chamber would like to thank our
Premiere Members for their
continued support!









Do you have something going on in your neck of the woods? Let us know !
  • We will put your event in our weekly Chamber Chatter
  • Deadline for the chatter is Friday!
  • Your event will post the upcoming Tuesday
Call the Chamber at 207-647-3472 or email to officemanager@mainelakeschamber.com
Shawnee Peak Ski Area
Chamber Members are elidgible for a $379 Mid-Week Season Pass
Chandel Associates
Free set up for new payroll clients. No service charge for first payroll. One hour free consult for new business. 10% off for new tax clients.
Noble House Inn
10% off standard room rates
Bridgton Books
 50% discount on a canoe or kayak rental    50% off any ski or snowboard rental (non-holiday weekends only)
Public Breakfast
2nd & 4th Sunday of the month starting in May
8:00am - 10:00am
American Legion Post #155
Route 11 Naples

Adult - $8  Children under 10- $4

To see a calendar of events, click
Explorer Bus Schedule
 
The Lakes Region Bus is now the Lakes Region Explorer and has an expanded route that includes Bridgton!  Click here to download and print the schedule. Click here to view the quick reference card. Click here to view the advertisement.
RTP has been working closely with the Greater Portland Council of Governments (GPCOG), Maine Department of Transportation and the Public Health Program at the Opportunity Alliance (TOA) to increase the convenience and sustainability of this valuable service for the Lakes Region community.
A survey of over 400 Lakes Region residents, conducted by GPCOG and TOA this spring, indicated strong support for the service. One in six respondents noted that the lack of a vehicle, or reliable access to transportation, can be a barrier to employment for them. To read the full report on the survey, visit http://www.gpcog.org/transportation-land-use/transit/lakesregionbus/