RANGELEY — Tickets for the Annual Home Tour and Taste of Rangeley, set for 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 4, are on sale at the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce. Proceeds from the annual Rangeley Friends of the Arts event will help to fund arts education programs for area students and to provide a scholarship for a graduating senior, according to a RFA news release.

The Home Tour, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings Bank, offers a wide range of architecture, interior design and locations. Participants should wear walking shoes. A group of three homes in Pleasant Island showcase an area that may be one of the Region’s “best kept secrets.” This area originated as Pleasant Island Camps, a colony of fishing camps established by Billy Soule, and now has a mix of historic to contemporary homes. The three homes in Rangeley include a renovated log home, a classic design home with a southwest view of the lakes, and a newly renovated summer home.

The tour culminates with The Taste of Rangeley, an appetizer extravaganza, at 3:30 p.m. The Gingerbread House Restaurant in Oquossoc will host the event, where many local restaurants will donate samples of a wide variety of tasty treats — from appetizers to desserts.

For more information, visit www.rangeleyarts.org.


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