Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
327 Odlin Rd.
Bangor, ME 04401
Phone: (207) 945-0111
Fax: (207) 942-8856
327 Odlin Rd., Bangor, ME, US, 04401
- Phone: (207) 945-0111
- Fax: (207) 942-8856
The largest meeting facility and auditorium in the area, this premier multipurpose center hosts a number of events including tradeshows, conventions, entertainment shows, and meetings. The civic center has 22,000 square feet of usable space perfect for trade shows and conference meetings while the auditorium features a unique design that makes it ideal for hosting a large variety of events.
Located in a beautiful historic 1888 building, this theatre features a full season of high quality, highly entertaining plays with regional and out-of-state guests artists making occasional appearances. Upcoming performances include, Giselle, Dracula, The Crucible, The Smell of the Kill, Long Day's Journey Into Night & Noises Off.
Catch some of the best concerts in town at Waterfront Park in Bangor. This popular venue brings to town concerts, gigs, jam sessions and other music events that attract large crowds. Popular artistes like Jason Mraz and John Mayer have hit the stage here with memorable performances. So keep check on this place to watch stars groove and bring down the house.
Founded in 1896, this symphony orchestra is the oldest community orchestra in the nation and offers a season full of classical concerts, pops concerts, and traditional holiday concerts. Their season is from October to April.
The Enterprise Grange is a white structure that has served as a community meeting hall, is an Italianate style structure with an attractive hall, and a beautiful balcony and stage. It also consisted of a dining room and a kitchen.The hall has not only served it's purpose to the meetings but also conducted rituals and has offered as a great event site for the people living in the community.
One of the key sports facilities on the University of Maine campus, the Harold Alfond Sports Stadium is a multi-functional stadium. Used primarily for football matches, the stadium, and the Morse Field at the stadium, are home to the Maine Black Bears football team, and host much of their games here. Featuring a FieldTurf surface, the stadium can accommodate about 10,000 spectators. Call to know more.
East Eddington Public Hall was built in 1879 and is located in Eddington, Maine. It is also known as Grange Hall, Comins Hall, and Eddington-Clifton Civic Center. It was designed by John James Temple in the Italianate style of architecture. The public hall serves as a meeting space, as an auditorium, and as a theater. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in January 28, 2004.