The Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the winners of the 56th annual awards dinner. Winners are:

The 2017 Belfast Business After Hour Hosts

4th Wednesday of the month unless indicated

January 25th            Fellows, Kee, Tymoczko

                                 & Pierson, LLC

February 22nd          Bangor Savings Bank, with Our Town Belfast

March 22nd                Robins Nest

April 26th                   Windsor Chairs 

May 24th                   Perry’s Furniture  

June 28th                  The Wentworth Event Center              

July 26th                     Pray's Homes

August 23rd                Maine Alpaca Experience

September 22nd          Northport Gold Club

October 25th               ServPro

November 15th            Rollie’s & The Shrine Club

December 12th           Camden National Bank

Belfast Chamber Annual Awards Dinner 

Friday November 10th 2017

With only 4 spots in the USA making the list Belfast is honored to be one of them. Matador network said:

Scenic seaport on Penobscot Bay, loaded with architectural treasures and historic districts

Belfast is known for welcoming the back-to-the-land movement of the ’70s. It gets a lot of credit for the craft beers of Marshall Wharf,  Delvino’s authentic Italian food, served in an old hardware store, and the many local farmers who’ve taken the torch from those revolutionary back-to-the-landers and are fueling the city’s sustainable food movement.

 Maine doesn’t necessarily call attention to itself. It’s a pretty big state, but not a populous one. There’s intense and beautiful wilderness, but it won’t exactly swallow you whole. Maine just is…and maybe that’s its biggest draw.

There’s a message on the state welcome signs that sums it up: “The way life should be.” A Maine life is a life that’s connected to nature. It’s a life that’s unpretentious and a life that’s independent.

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