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Rivalries Drink Give Back

Rivalries' Sports Pub and Restaurant creates a "charitable cocktail" each month to support local nonprofits. For the month of September, Rivalries will be serving a drink called the "Ocean Commotion" to support and promote Marine Mammals of Maine's upcoming 5k fundraiser! $1 from each "Ocean Commotion" sold will be donated to Marine Mammals of Maine....Continue Reading

A Seal’s Journey with Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library


Join us as we take you through a seal’s journey from stranding to release, and all of the obstacles in between. Starting with seal basics such as: whether it’s normal for them to be out of the water and why you might see a baby on its own, and then dive into when and why...Continue Reading


Wild Oats “Cupcakes for a Cause”

Wild Oats Bakery and Cafe 166 Admiral Fitch Ave, Brunswick, ME

Seal/ MMoME themed cupcakes will be offered for sale at Wild Oats bakery all day long! MMoME will host an event table at the bakery and all proceeds from cupcakes go to MMoME.

Flatbread Community Bake

Flatbread 72 Commercial St, Portland, ME

Join us for a community bake evening at Flatbread Company in Portland, Maine. A portion of the proceeds from all flatbreads ordered from 5-9 pm at the restaurant, through takeout or delivery will be donated to Marine Mammals of Maine.

2022 Ocean Commotion 5K Every Day Challenge

Wherever you may be you can participate in this event that is so important to MMoME's ability to stay afloat!  Join us in this challenge to run, walk, ride, paddle, or swim 5K (3.1 miles) every day for the week leading up to the in-person event. Share your photos of your activities on social media...Continue Reading


2022 Ocean Commotion 5K

Hermit Island Campground 6 Hermit Island Road, Phippsburg, ME

Join us for the 8th Annual Ocean Commotion 5K Race! This scenic 5K benefits Marine Mammals of Maine and its work educating about and providing response, assistance, and care to stranded marine mammals and sea turtles in southern and midcoast Maine. The Ocean Commotion course is appropriate for participants of all fitness levels and takes...Continue Reading


Volunteer Information Session December 2022

There are a few different ways to get involved with MMoME’s work! Opportunities range from the critical roles of assisting with development, fundraising, outreach, education, stranding response, and more. All prospective volunteers are required to attend an informational session to familiarize you with the organization, and to help you, and MMoME, identify if you’re a...Continue Reading


2023 Bath Winterfest

Join Marine Mammals of Maine at the Library Park from 10am- 2pm for kids cornhole, temporary tattoos, aquatic themed goodies and more. We seal-iously can’t wait to see you!  

Release of Two “Cape Elizabeth Seals”

Head Beach Head Beach Road, Phippsburg, ME

You’re invited! On Thursday, March 16 Marine Mammals of Maine (MMoME) will release two seals that stranded in Cape Elizabeth, Maine earlier this year to the wild.  You might remember our Friday Night Video about one of these seals who was infamously found wandering in the road by a plow truck driver during a January...Continue Reading

March 2023 Volunteer Info Session

All prospective volunteers are required to attend an informational session to become more familiar with the organization, and to help you, and MMoME, identify if you’re a good fit for the volunteer roles currently available. The info sessions also offer an opportunity for individuals to meet some of MMoME’s staff and volunteers. Fill out the...Continue Reading