The community of Orrington is all about its people and the involvement of our citizens. There is a group just for you!! 

Orrington Garden Club 

Founded in 1935 and meets on the first Wednesday of the month (except of January and February). The club hosts programs and speakers ranging from community gardens to ikebana. If you see a public garden in town you can bet the Orrington Garden Club is taking good care of it.

 If you are interested in joining the club please reach out to: Liz Champeon email:  or Charlotte Mason email:

Adult Book Club

Hosted by the Orrington Public Library we meet every 4th Thursday of the month at 6pm at the Orrington Public Library. We have fun book discussions and our choices range from historical fiction, thrillers to cozy mysteries. If you are interested in finding out more check out our Facebook page or contact librarian Kelly Bay at 825-4938 or by email:

Orrington Trail Riders (Snowmobile club)

Orrington Trail Riders is a group of families dedicated to snowmobiling and the 36 miles of trails maintained within the Town of Orrington, Maine since 1974. Our winter activities include day rides, Annual Vintage Snowmobile Ride-In, and Show, Swap and Swap. The group meets every 1st Tuesday of the month (between Oct.-April) at 7pm at the clubhouse. For more information contact :Laurie La Violette 207-852-8000

Orrington Recreation Committee

Orrington Recreation Committee is a town sponsored group open to athlete aged 3 and up. The primary focus is enriching our youth for the love of sports, teaching & developing skills, and acquiring good sportsmanship. The rec committee currently hosts soccer, basketball and t-ball for the town. If you would like more information please check their Facebook page or reach out by email:

Orrington Little League 

Orrington Little League Baseball and softball is a non-profit group run by volunteers.  Open to all Orrington residents between the ages of 5 to 16. The league will host regular, all-star and travel teams.  

If you would like more information contact Danielle Liscomb phone number 207-745-1189 email:  

Orrington Conservation Committee

The Conservation Committee is a town sponsored group. The Commission maintains public lands for the use and enjoyment of its residents as well as outside visitors. There are currently 5 sites maintained by the committee. If you would like more information check out their Facebook page or contact Chip McKnight at 207 -951- 6513

Orrington Historical Society

The Orrington Historical Society researches and saves Orrington history from yesterday back to its incorporation in 1788. For those who lend their family’s history, OHS scans photographs and documents. They meet at the Orrington Grange Hall every third Tuesdays March through December For more information contact Judith Gillis email:

Orrington Old Home Week Committee:

Non-profit committee who plans and produce the ever popular Old Home Week held every July. Made up of Orrington citizens, celebrating the rich past, our vibrant present, and our exiting future. Always looking for new members, for more information contact Sue Pate email: 

Center Drive School Parent Teacher Group (PTG):

A group of Parents, Teachers and Guardians who help fundraise and hold events for the students of Center Drive School. For more information check out their Facebook page or Contact Sarah Giles phone number 207 659 9678 

19th Century Curran Village:

Our mission embraces a comprehensive view of rural Maine and New England life from the 1850s-1920s. Currently, we are undergoing a major re-development with the creation of a museum village scenario. Visit us: 

The Fields Pond Audubon Center features a Nature Center, 191-acre pond, and a 230-acre protected sanctuary with trails winding through field, wetland and forest habitats.  The Center offers dozens of public programs year-round for both children and adults.  For more information contact

Scouts for boys and girls: Orrington Troop/Pack 44 has a rich history of producing many Eagle Scouts and always welcome new members open to kids from 1st grade to 17 years old more information can be found on their respective Facebook pages. The girl scouts of Orrington have individual troops based on age. More information can be found by calling 207 989 7474 

There are many churches in our town who offer individual meetings, activities and suppers. 

The Public Library hosts art and craft classes, knitting group, etc. Check out their Facebook page to keep up to date with the going ons. 

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