Available from the Society

These items are available for purchase. To place an order, email us at orders@sebagohistoricalsociety.org.

Sebago Calendars

One of the projects that is unique to the Sebago Historical Society is the production of an annual pictorial calendar focusing on a historical aspect of life in Sebago. Annual themes have included the history of the schools, churches, fraternal organizations, and inns and hotels in town.  The information provided in these calendars is the result of research work conducted by members of the Society, and the calendars provide a great starting point for anyone interested in Sebago history.  Copies of the printed calendars are available for sale, and discounts are possible for multiple copies. The current year’s calendar is always available at the town hall, Spaulding Memorial Library, and Jordan’s Store for $10. Earlier years are available from the Society for $4 ea. You can also get the full set of all the calendars still in print for $24. To order, email us at orders@sebagohistoricalsociety.org.

New Calendar for 2017!

First in a series of calendars focusing on Sebago's many neighborhoods, the 2017 Calendar highlights the Pink Street area and Hillside. Get your calendar through the Society or at Jordan's, Spaulding Library, or the Town Hall. $10

This year's calendar still available

Colorful Characters of Sebago, one of our most popular calendars, can still be purchased from all our usual sources. $5

Calendars from previous years

Post Offices of Sebago
Cemeteries and Churches
Fraternal & Social Organizations
Early stores and industries II
Early Transportation
Narrow Gauge Railroad
Barns & Outhouses
Old Homes I
Old Homes II
Old Postcards
Sebago Artists I
Sebago Artists II
20th Anniversary
Stone Fireplace I
Stone Fireplace II

Sebago Cookbook $10

First published as part of the
sesquicentennial celebration

Notecards $8

Boxed set of 8 cards and envelopes

Reprint of 1871 Sebago Map $3

11" x 17"

Pike Family History $10

"The Pike Family of Sebago, Maine: History of a Maine Farmhouse" by Margaret Reece Allen, current owner of the "Old Pike Place." See excerpt.