A Blast From the Past (Krakatoa eruption); 300 Tons of Iron and Steel - a Missing Building in the Historic Shipyard (Chart Table); Museum Trustee leaves impressive legacy; New trolley tours under development after BIW shipyard tours suspended; Technology improvements enhance guest experience campus-wide; Greater access to library information; Let's Talk About the Weather (Symposium); Shoesmith Estate entrusts models to Museum; 2014 Raffle Boat is Barnegat Bay Duckboat; Boats for Sale; Town Lake Superior and Lake Michigan with MMM's Jim Nelson; Special Events become Extraordinary at MMM; Does Maine's tax deduction cap impact you? The Bank of Maine - Redefining a Banking Relationship; From the (Volunteer) Council Chair's Desk; Volunteer Coordinator Ann Harrison retires; Why I Volunteer (George Barker); My Favorite Artifact (Martha Reifschneider); Puzzler-Inquiry about a quarry; Previous Puzzler-Yes, he resembles Captain Kangaroo, but it's....
Rhyme - a favorite tool of nautical humor, parody and amusement; Maine shipbuilding heritage goes high tech; Two new Trustees join MMM Board; USCG exhibit has unanticipated benefits; Fog bell exhibit delights visitors; MMM seeks speakers for 2014 Symposium; Portrait warrants a closer look; Merrymeeting Bay Trust supports Museum's ecology programs; Boatshop has busy summer and busier fall ahead; Devoted Volunteer remembers MMM in legacy; Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding; Ed Donohoe - A Personal Reflection; Why I volunteer; Thanks to Volunteers staffing off-site events; My Favorite Artifact; Take a Chance on Me!; Who's the Captain?; To remain unidentified...for now
'Mast-nificant' Day Heralds Huge Change in Percy and Small Shipyard; The Chart Table-Seeing is Believing....and Inspiring!; New faces at MMM; Three new Trustees named to Museum Board; Other changes on the Board of Trustees; MMM Board of Trustees 2013-2014; 'So Far, So Near: the South Stack Light'; A Fabulous New Painting of a Famous Ship; NMHS named 2013 Mariners Award recipient; A Day to Honor, A Day to Celebrate, A Day to Remember; Museum Events; Students in Discovery Boatbuilding Program continue tradition of pride & workmanship; Supporting MMM with a Planned Gift via a CRUT; Business Partner-R.M. Davis, Inc.; 2013 Volunteer Recruitment Campaign; Notes from the Volunteer Office; My Favorite Artifact (Trail Board); Why I Volunteer; A Moonlight Cruise on the Kennebec; Puzzler-Who are these early 20th century Immigration Service employees?; Previous Puzzler-Unsolved, for now
Wyoming's six masts to soar again over Percy & Small Shipyard; An Inspiration to Span Generations; New Award Recognizes Extraordinary Voluntary Service; Winds of Change - Education Takes a New Tack; Symposium-'Maritime Maine and the Civil War'; One Sailor's Civil War; Pauline joins Pocahontas in Fisheries exhibit; 2013 Raffle Boat is 15' John Gardner Peapod; 2nd Annual 'Voices of the Sea' event March 28; Large bell seeks transport back to home river; Boatshop free tree removal program; Innovation Coming Your Way; Perry, Fitts, Boulette and Fitton (PFBF); Volunteer Council launches recruitment effort; Volunteers recognized for service (photo gallery); My Favorite Artifact - USS Sims space fit design model; Why I volunteer - Kelly Watt; Puzzler - A Bath-built four-mast schooner? If so, which one?
New Exhibit and Catalog Celebrate 50 Years of Collecting; Shipyard of Dreams; Grant Funds After School Arts Program in Boat Shop; Museum Salutes Michael Murphy on Departure; Curatorial Summer Interns; Exciting New Acquisition: First True Clipper Half-Model; Breathing Life into the Past; Family Honors John Way's Love of MMM; Maine Maritime Museum-The First 50 Years (a timeline); Planned Giving Helps Preserve Maritime History; Welcome New Maine Maritime Museum Members; Yale Cordage; Anniversary Summer was a Big Challenge, and Volunteers Responded; BIW Employees Step Up to Help; Why I volunteer; My Favorite Exhibit; The Boy Who Would be a Wednesday Boy; The Puzzler - A Reference to the Bird or the Golf Term?; The Puzzler (Solved) - An Unidentified Port no Longer
Summer 2012 - Anniversary Event Underway - Don't miss the boat!; Building more than boats; Four former members named Trustees Emeriti; Cliff Russell takes over as Board Chair; Four new members names to MMM Board; That Loose Cannon or 'Don't Give Up the Provenance'; Voices of the Sea; 40th Annual Symposium - Near Perfect Day; Boat Building Program 'graduates 23 builders; MMM is 'Screen Free' Alternative; What's a QR Code and What does it do?; Preserving Heritage: Sharing Stories; How about sharing some of your Apples (Stock)?; Greater Brunswick Physical Therapy; A look at Volunteers working behind the scenes; Why I Volunteer (Chet Hopkins); Boatshop Volunteers Raise Money for 'Safe' Saw; My Favorite Artifact (Cathy Hopkins); The Puzzler - Active, but Unidentified Port and No Doubt on This One
Winter/Spring 2012 - MMM Celebrates 50 years!; Hidden Stories of Maine Crews in MMM collections to be revealed; A Golden Anniversary; MMM & The Aprenticeshop collaborate during Anniversary Year; Saturday, April 28-Something for every interest at Symposium; Reed & Reed gives Lobstering Exhibit facelift; Paint & Treenail Building preservation begins in Spring; A Wreck on McGlathery; A Sterling Tale; Hampton Boats have new mission; Experience Maritime Maine Project moving full speed ahead; Preserving Heritage: Sharing Stories; Wright Express BP
Fall 2011 -- A Ship Called Portland / The Popham Colony Lives On! / Boat lovers gather at MMM as Velo is launched / Haven construction / Local Youth Wins MMM Raffle Boat / Museum Salutes Spruance at Sailaway / Japanese Delegation Visits MMM / Brusnwick resident wins Soviet Submarine Clock / Volunteers Cruise Casco Bay / Puzzler: A senior moment for the Senior Curator?
Summer 2011 -- A Heightened Experience / Six new Trustees Join MMM Board / Seven of Board's Long Marchers Depart / Making Donations of Historical Stuff / New Guides Help Visitors Find What They're Looking For / Spring Volunteer Off-Site Excursion Takes a Stroll through the Old Port / Perfect Weather Made Annual Picnic a Perfect Affair / Museum Receives Two Important Grants / Puzzler: Can a Hat Turn a Sailing Man Into a Gentleman?