Welcome to Gardiner, Maine – a genuine American community where a charming and historic downtown frames a vibrant and eclectic entrepreneurial business culture.
Gardiner’s thriving downtown and historic district are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It’s a must-see stop for history lovers on their way to Acadia National Park or further “Downeast,” providing an inspiring glimpse into the golden industrial era in Maine.
Combine the living history of downtown Gardiner with our sparkling waterfront, distinctive eateries and unique shops, and you’ll see why our little city is such a completely wonderful place to visit and experience our rich and varied heritage… not to mention an ideal place to live and to do business.
Gardiner is right in the middle of everything, directly off Interstates 95 and 295, and not far from Maine’s glorious mid-coast – an advantageous central location with easy access to the bulk of Maine’s year-round population plus all points south to Boston and New York, north to Canada.
For the last two years, Gardiner’s Co-working space, known as the CoLab has been offering small businesses and non-profits big office amenities with limited overhead. All members of the CoLab benefit from shared Wi-fi, a professional color printer/copier, a mailing address, and access to meeting space. Moreover, the spirit of collaboration bleeds into the work
Save the Date: Sat, Oct. 11th 11:30a-6:30p Tickets will go on sale soon for the 2014 Swine and Stein Oktoberfest! If you’re a sponsor who would like to support this year’s event, check out how various levels of support will get you recognition on the day of, and leading up to Swine and Stein. Sponsorship
We’re looking for partners for the 5th annual Gardiner Barks in the Park, which will take place on Saturday, September 13th from 10am to 2pm. We are in expectation of 500 + attentive canine lovers and enthusiasts. This is the fifth year of this event in Gardiner and it will be held at Gardiner Waterfront
Amy and the Engine, Thursday, July 17, 5:30 to 7 pm Free Public Outdoor Concert at Gardiner’s Waterfont Park Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center is proud to present Amy and the Engine as the second in a series of free outdoor concerts to be held at the Waterfront Park in Gardiner this summer. Presented