The American Legion is the nation’s largest and most influential network of wartime veterans serving fellow veterans, their families, and our communities. We helped create the modern VA, GI Bill, and dozens of healthcare and other benefits, as well as, supporting the Vietnam and World War II Memorials.
We Need You
The Legion can only continue to do our missions with a dedicated and vibrant membership. We meet at 6 pm on the 3rd Wednesday of each month next to the Tenants Harbor Post Office. Contact Post 34 Adjutant with any questions at PO Box 186 Tenants Harbor, ME 04860
The St. George Dragon is a free online and bi-weekly print publication of business and recreation news for the St. George Peninsula. Our mission is to promote the good things about St. George: its natural beauty, its heritage, its hardworking and creative people, its cultural and recreational life, its community organizations, its attractive and often unique local enterprises. Our advertisers are local businesses and groups devoted to creating a prosperous and vital St. George.
Jackson Memorial Library serves the St. George community by providing information, materials, services and programs to families and individuals of all ages.
The Library provides a welcoming and comfortable public space for social interaction, civic engagement and quiet study. We are located in a beautiful building on the marsh with nature trails behind us and connecting us to the St. George School. Stop on by to rest a while and enjoy our beautiful building!
Prominently seated on the rocky point at the entrance to the harbor of the fishing village of Port Clyde, Marshall Point Lighthouse and Museum offers visitors and engaging look at the local history, beauty and wonder of mid-coast Maine.Take a step back in time as you walk through the door of the museum and learn about the history of the lighthouse, the village of Port Clyde and lobstering in Saint George. Take home a memento of your trip from the gift shop, offering a wide assortment of souvenirs, handmade local art and books written by local authors.One of the most photographed sites on the New England coast, home of Molly and Nellie – the lighthouse dogs – and a stop on Forrest Gump’s cross-country run, there is a lot to see and do at the Marshall Point Lighthouse. Bring your picnic basket and make us your first stop on a compelling excursion of mid-coast Maine. We will be glad to help point you in the right direction.