Morgain Bailey Studio is located in Kingfield, Maine.
Morgain is a photographer, painter and designer.
Morgain is an interdisciplinary artist who loves photography. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The San Francisco Art Institute in California. She loves photographing artists and documenting the environment.
To see her portfolios, check out her website and drop her an email if you’d like to chat about a project. Prints can be purchased directly from mbaileyphoto.com.
The Phillips Area Community Center is a non-profit community organization, dedicated to sponsoring events and scholarships for youth, as well as offering a sense of community for area residents.The venue boasts a large hall with a stage at one end, a small kitchen, and two restrooms, one of which is ADA compliant. This historic brick building was the old machine shop for the Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad, and then the Phillips High School Gym. Known now as “the PACC”, community members donate a small amount annually to become “Leaders of the PACC”. These Leaders get notices for the annual Celtic concert series, local musicians, and other events throughout the year. The PACC is available for events, and may be rented for private celebrations. The PACC hosts suppers, dances, theater performances, roller and ice skating, and a variety of other events. A “First Saturday of the Month” Craft and Flea Market is held June through October.
Located in the Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel, 45 North is the resort’s newest restaurant.
Reopened May 16, 2011! Quality diner fare in a clean and pleasant family restaurant. An ecclectic beer and wine menu and delicious specials highlighting fresh ingredients and products from within Maine.
A Co-op of Local art and bookstore
Open year round for breakfast and lunch. Open Monday through Saturday 7am-2pm and Sunday 7am-1pm
Bob’s has opened a second location at Sugarloaf, on the bustling Beach area in the Base Village,complete with the customer favorites like fish chowder, lobster stew, and traditional fried clams.
Located at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center in the new lodge.
Climb high up the mountain at night in our 20 person passenger snow cat to a secluded mountain restaurant, where a candlelit gourmet feast awaits.
Located at the top of Bucksaw Chair, Sugarloaf’s on-mountain restaurant has doubled in size and expanded our American Bistro menu. Stop by and grab a hot cocoa or some lunch and kick back on the alpine deck or come inside and warm up before heading back out on the slopes. Lunch served daily.
Make sure to swing back in for lunch and try one of D’Ellies mega sandwiches made with their very own fresh baked bread and loaded with the freshest ingredients.
Winter Season: Open 7 days a week 8am-3pm
Maine’s largest erractic glacial boulder
Cooperatively run Art and Craftsman Gallery and Antiques featuring:
Limited Edition photographs and prints, wood cuts.
Handcrafted Items Wood: Furniture, Bowls, Carvings, Cutting Boards, and Skis, Walking sticks; Stained Glass, Sculptures, Jewelry, Pottery, Textiles and more.
Unique Maine gift items Greeting cards, wool sweaters, hats, scarves, fiber arts and more.
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 5pm. Other times by chance or appointment.