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Choco-Latte
240 Main Street
Bar Harbor, ME. 04609

Choco-Latte Presents

SARGENT F. COLLIER – Photos of Acadia National Park and the Surrounding Area

SARGENT F. COLLIER – Photos of Acadia National Park and the Surrounding Area
Bar Harbor, 240 Main Street, July 20, 2016:
To celebrate the Centennial of Acadia National Park, and through the Acadia Centennial Partners program, Choco-Latte has organized an exhibit featuring the work of Sargent F. Collier from the middle of the 20th century. His work, both photographs and his books, have inspired many to study and enjoy beautiful Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park, then and now.

Sargent F. Collier was a photo-journalist and author whose family has summered in Bar Harbor for many years. Mr. Collier wrote several books on Acadia National Park including The Triumph of George Dorr, MOUNT DESERT ISLAND The most beautiful island in the world, and GREEN GROWS BAR HARBOR; Reflections from Kebo Valley.

The exhibit went on display coinciding with Bar Harbor Art Walk on July 1st and will remain on display until August 3rd. This collection features original photographs of Acadia National Park that range from the 1940s and 1950s that have been published, a selection of them on display are on loan from Sargent F. Collier’s friends and family that have never before been published, and re-prints made from the original negatives. This exhibit is free and open to the public. Choco-Latte will host a closing reception on July 31st from 6pm to 7pm.
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FRESH FISH FRIDAY! We have some interesting and delicious things in today! "Smooth" Conch (in the shell) - from Massachusetts $10/lb John Dory Fillet $18/lb 10/20 Fresh Maine Scallops (from 5+ miles out) $22/lb 16/20 Fresh Gulf Shrimp $20/lb Laughing Bird Shrimp $16/lb Fresh Squid $6/lb Red Snapper Fillet $15/lb Wester Ross Organic Scottish Salmon $14/lb Sushi Grade Yellowfin Tuna $19/lb Atlantic Pollock $8/lb Atlantic Haddock (hopefully by 2:00) $11/lb Atlantic Halibut (hopefully by 2:00) $19/lb Local Steamers & Littlenecks $5/lb Taunton Bay, Glidden Point & Pemaquid Oysters COMING TOMORROW: Handpicked fresh local ALL LEG crabmeat $22/lb Local Aquaculture Acadia Mussels $3/lb SPECIALS: Black Bean & Green Chili Soup (vegan & gluten-free) $5/$8 The Salmon Reuben Panini: house cured organic gravlax, local sauerkraut, baby swiss & house 1000 Island dressind on Old Dog Baking Co. Rye $9 Fresh Cod Tacos with Sweet Maui Onion potato chip crust, Local Strawberry Salsa (local strawberries, pickled hot peppers, red onion, cucumber & cilantro) & fresh lettuce (VERY LIMITED SUPPLY!) $10 Red Snapper Tacos with jalapeño potato chip crust, pickled red onion, spicy aioli & fresh lettuce $10 Summer Fruits Medley: Galia Melon, Pluots, Golden Raspberries, Local Strawberries & Red Grapes $4

The Scoop

The Latest News and Events in Bar Harbor, Maine

Spring is bringing the soft greens and pastel colors to Bar Harbor, so your year round BHMA members are here get you out of hibernation and keep you entertained and well fed. Below are featured some of the upcoming events. For current non member events also check out our local Chamber of Commerce Events Calendar

May 19th – 22nd, 2016
Village of Bar Harbor
Taste of Bar Harbor
Our Annual Festival Celebrating the Tastes of DownEast Maine.
Full calendar of events can be found here.
However we like to Hightligth a coupl fo specific events that your Bar Harbor Merchants Association Members are directly involved in.
On Thursday,  May 19th, The Dessert Night is sponsored by BHMA – this is your chance to check out Desserts from our local restaurants and vote for the best one! There’s a good chance that it’ll be a BHMA member and so available for you to enjoy all tear!
Download our current edition of The Open Directory for Bar Harbor Merchants that are open this Spring.
Saturday, May 21st is our Street Stroll Sidewalk Sale Between 9am – 3pm stroll the sidewalks for a taste of all that Bar Harbor Merchants have to offer. Featuring unique shopping, culinary and made-in-Maine products, Spring sales and new offerings. With such a diversity of participating shops and retail locations, there is sure to be something for everyone’s taste! We’ll be here Rain or Shine so come and say Hello.
Download our current edition of The Open Directory for Bar Harbor Merchants that are open this Spring.