North Haven Baptist Church is an ecumenical community church. While the Church is historically affiliated with American Baptist Churches, USA, active participants in the life of the Church represent a variety of denominational heritages. The Food Pantry is open 24 hours a day, all year at the Village Church.
September through June: 11 a.m., at the Village Church
July: 10 a.m., at the Pulpit Harbor Church
August: 10 a.m., at the Village Church
North Haven Conservation Partners
North haven Conservation Partners' mission is to help conserve the island environment through land protection and stewardship, public education, and community collaboration. NHCP owns or holds easements on just over 200 acres of land here on North Haven and surrounding islands. A majority of these properties are open to the public and have scenic, well-maintained trails for the public’s enjoyment. We provide a variety of informative and fun educational programing for both youth and adults throughout the year. NHCP also actively manages the properties we own to ensure their ecological health. Our work is made possible through the generosity of the North Haven community. For more information, a schedule of our events, or trail maps visit our website, reach out, or stop by the office at 11 Iron Point Rd, North Haven, ME 04853.
Website: www.northhavenconservation.org Phone: (207) 867 2113 Email: email@example.com
The North Haven Development Corporation provides low interest and long-term loans to the island community for the creation of new business opportunities and the expansion of established businesses. The Development Corporation is active year-round, applications are processed as received. Loan applications will include a business plan and financial statement. The Development Corporation is available to assist applicants develop both documents. To request a loan application, or for additional information, contact Joanna Metcalfe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 867-2210.
North Haven Library
The North Haven Library is an independent, not for profit institution on North Haven Island, Maine. Incorporated in 1898 we are one of the oldest organizations on the Island. As a private lending Library, we depend on the support of the local community and as such we serve the Island community in a variety of ways. We have a collection of 20,000 books, we host writers’ workshops, young readers groups, and a summer readers series where authors discuss their latest work. The Library adheres to the principles of the American Library Association. We support diversity, education, and lifelong learning. We provide equal access to information and Library services that promote intellectual freedom and literacy. This year we launched a capital campaign to restore and renovate our building. Please visit the website to read about our exciting plans.
North Haven Historical Society
The North Haven Historical Society works to discover, collect, preserve, and share the rich, layered history of North Haven and the people connected to the island. Our vision is to preserve the stories and artifacts of the people who live and have lived on North Haven and strengthen the community bonds on our island.
North Haven Sustainable Housing
North Haven Sustainable Housing (NHSH) is an island non-profit organization founded in 2005 with a mission dedicated to helping to sustain the year-round community through the development and preservation of rental and homeownership opportunities for individuals and families, including options for aging and disabled residents that will allow them to remain members of the community. NHSH also manages programs and equipment that improves energy efficiency for island homes.
Website: nhshousing.org Phone: (207) 867-5272 Email: email@example.com
Waterman's Community Center
Waterman’s tagline is Community, Creativity, and Connection. We offer a wide variety of artistic and educational programs including concerts, movies, plays, workshops, lectures, afterschool programs, and Laugh & Learn Preschool. Waterman’s self-serve coffee shop is an island hub; stop by for a coffee or tea and a freshly baked treat!
Website: watermans.org Phone: (207) 867-2100 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org