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Enjoy the convenience of purchasing your pass before you arrive. Once you have printed your pass, you can head directly to a trailhead or parking lot and leave the printed pass on your dashboard.Note: Entrance passes must be printed before you arrive at the park, so they can be displayed on your vehicle's dashboard. If you have a Cadilac Summit Vehicle Reservation, download or screen capture your QR (square confirmation) code to display at the check station. Cell service in Acadia is extremely limited, and you may not be able to retrieve your reservation once in the park.Acadia PassesHead to recreation.gov for Acadia-specific passes, permits, and fees; including camping, Cadillac Mountain vehicle reservations, and group climbing.Note: If arriving by rental car, please select "Rental Vehicle" in the Vehicle Type drop-down menu.Mobile App: Use the Recreation.gov App to reserve a campsite, buy a Cadillac Summit Vehicle Reservation, or purchase an entrance pass.National Parks and Federal Lands PassesGo here to learn more about federal lands passes and to get your own.




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The Isles of Shoals have long been a source of inspiration and study for artists. Childe Hassam, William Morris Hunt, James E. Butterworth, and Mauritz F. de Haas are among the many known for their paintings of the Isles. Christopher Volpe takes us through a history of painted representations of the Isles of Shoals from the Classical European tradition, through Romanticism, Impressionism, and into contemporaneity. This survey of styles and artists allows a glimpse the Isles of Shoals throughout time while providing a history of American landscape painting tradition.View the slides for this presentation here: -content/uploads/2022/08/Picturing-the-Isles-of-Shoals-presentation.pdfAbout the PresenterOriginally from Long Island, Christopher Volpe is an artist, writer, and teacher working and living in New Hampshire. His paintings in tar and gold leaf reference mortality, mysticism, and concern for a world buying and spending its way into unsustainability. His work is collected internationally and held in the permanent collections of Smith College and the Whistler House Museum. Grants and awards include the Saint Botolph Club Foundation, MassMoCA/Assests for Artists, and the NH State Council on the Art Artist Advancement Grant. With degrees from the University of New Hampshire and Stony Brook University, he has taught painting, literature, mythology and the history of art at various colleges and universities. He writes regularly about art and artists online and off.Give the library feedback and enter to win a library book bag! This helps us make decisions about library programming and advertising. Fill out a brief Event Feedback Form here: to learn about more upcoming events at the library? Sign up for our monthly newsletter here:


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