Concerts on the Green - Summer music series located behind the Orono Public Library on the newly constructed Orono Village Green. See "Town Sponsored Events" page.
Orono Land Trust - The Orono Land Trust helps protect green space and ensure access to trails located throughout Orono, protecting more than 4,000 acres of land, from the shores of Pushaw Lake to the Penobscot River & many other properties in between.
Hudson Museum - Over one million visitors from Maine and around the world have crossed the Hudson Museum’s threshold to witness “the wonder and splendor of the human experience” showcased in temporary and permanent exhibits, celebrated by special events and discussed in lectures by such distinguished scholars as Richard Leakey, Jane Goodall and Thor Heyerdahl. Through guided tours and gallery programs, thousands of Maine school children have an unparalleled opportunity to explore and understand the depth and breadth of the Earth’s cultural diversity.
Orono Community Garden - The Orono Community Garden is one of the service projects of the Environmental Sustainability Project. Founded in 2004, the Garden is now producing vegetables for anyone who has limited accessibility to quality food using organic methods and the time and dedication of a team of volunteers to provide quality produce.
Orono Historical Society - The Orono Historical Society, established in 1972, works to bring together those people interested in history, and especially in the history of Orono (Maine) and the Penobscot River Basin.
Page Farm and Home Museum - The mission of the Page Farm & Home Museum is to collect, document, preserve, interpret and disseminate knowledge of Maine history relating to farms and farming communities between 1865 and 1940, providing an educational and cultural experience for the public and a resource for researchers of this period.