Learn all about the great outdoors this weekend!

As we navigate through the depths of another Maine winter, this weekend will give you the perfect opportunity to learn how to make the most of what is clearly the worst time of year here in the State of Maine.

It's the end of February in the middle of winter in Maine, and if you're dreaming of being outside enjoying the fields, forests, and waters of Maine.

The Cabin Fever Reliever 2023, will feature 30+ tables of exhibitors.

The 2023 Cabin Fever Reliever, will be held at the Brewer Auditorium and is hosted by the Brewer Parks and Recreation Department, and Penobscot Fly Fishers.

The fun starts this Saturday, Feburary 25, from 10 am-4 pm, with an additional day on Sunday, February 26, from 10 am-3 pm

This is Annual 2-day show puts the focus is on attracting families to the great Maine Outdoors, especially the younger generation.

The theme is outdoor education, and there is fun for all ages, with lots of door prizes, gift certificates to be given away, youth archery, and most importantly, admission is free!

This year they have the added fun of a silent auction. They are actively collecting donations of art prints, equipment, guided fishing trips, and other exciting items that will be auctioned off silently during the event, with winners identified on Sunday afternoon.

You can learn about fly tying, snowmobile riding, land trust, and Maine Guides to name a few of the things you'll enjoy. The UMaine 4-H program will also be letting youth try their archery skills on an indoor range.

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