PLEASE BE SEATED CALL TO ARTISTS: Click here to learn more and to submit your sketch and idea for a seat or bench for downtown in 2015.
OUR TOWN BELFAST is a community-driven and nationally-accredited Main Street organization whose mission is to grow and sustain our historic downtown while celebrating our unique cultural heritage.
We believe in supporting local businesses, honoring our heritage through historic preservation, and in bringing together the community in order to make downtown Belfast a better place to live, work, and play.
Our Town Belfast envisions a vibrant future in which our waterfront, commercial district, treasured historic buildings, and outdoor public spaces are alive with activity.
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Downtown Belfast is home to 0ver 70 places to shop or dine – including places to find great deals on books, toys, gifts for the home, green gifts, clothing, shoes, and accessories (even underwear!) for the whole family, Maine-made gifts and local art and crafts.
Take home locally produced beer, cheese, candies, baked goods, and more. With 18 great eateries for dining and drinking, plenty of entertainment including a downtown movie palace and ongoing holiday events, you’ll want to shop for the day AND stay and play!
THE CITY OF BELFAST, MAINE sits on a hill overlooking the breathtaking tidal waters of Penobscot Bay. Settled in 1765, Belfast’s past and present speak of its creativity, innovation, tradition, community, and independence. It is the economic hub and county seat of Waldo County with a dynamic working waterfront, picturesque sea captains’ mansions, the country’s oldest shoe store, and more art galleries than any city of its size in the state. In March of 2010, Our Town Belfast became a Maine Downtown Network Community and continued the efforts, becoming a nationally designated Maine Street Maine community in June of 2011. There are ten communities in Maine with the Main Street designation!
The board of directors meets the first Wednesday of every month at 5:00 in the office at 171 High Street, Suite 6. The public is invited and encouraged to attend these meetings.