Unity, Maine
To see what's happening in Unity this week, check out UnityMaine.org
 
Unity is a town of fewer than 2000 residents, but both its location and resources make it a desireable place to live and to visit.  Unity is easily accessed from I 95, is 20 minutes from Waterville, the home of Colby College, and 25 minutes from the Central Maine Coast.  Bangor and Augusta are both 40 away - The Bangor Airport is just a 30 minute drive. 
There is much to do in Unity itself, including: boating, hiking on well maintained trails, cycling, fishing and hunting and attending one of the many performances at the Unity Community Theater. Even in the height of the Summer season, Unity remains quiet and unspoiled and is a relaxing haven for those who wish to escape more developed and expensive tourist locations and see the "real Maine". 
Summer and Fall in Unity are great for swimming, boating, fishing, cycling and hiking.  A golf course is nearby. 
At Unity's recreation facility "The Field of Dreams", a pleasant jogging/walking path surrounds groomed ball fields, a playground and a picnic area, all with a view of Lake Winnecook, "Unity Pond". Unity Centre For The Performing Arts, a 240 seat theatre created from an old barn, has a state of the art sound system and an eclectic schedule that includes folk music, classical ensembles, and plays
As of 1998, Unity is the permanent home of MOFGA the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association and the popular Commonground Fair.
Unity is home to a small green college which specializes in environmental studies. In winter you can cross-country ski on the trails at Unity College.  Snow mobiling and ice fish are also popular sports. It's also ok to sit by the wood stove in the parlor, drink hot cocoa and read or watch a movie.

 
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