Featured Businesses - Sebec
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32 Sebec Village Road, Sebec
|The repair service building was originally the Town Hall for the Town of Sebec probably dating back to the mid 1800's. Wendell Carey has been a major "go to guy" for truck and heavy equipment repair since opening in 1976.|
|Give a Dog a Home|
187 Downs Road, Sebec
|President and Founder Jenny Cope brings her mission of love and rescue for German Shepherd dogs to Sebec. Jenny works to save those that would otherwise be killed and place them with responsible people and families. Please call to schedule a visit. Give a Dog a Home is a 501(c)(3) shelter and so your donations, which are always welcome, are tax deductible.|
|Ladd Brothers Engineworks|
663 Milo Road, Sebec
|Complete Automotive Repair, Used Auto Sales, Flatbed Towing and Transport
Also repairs for ATV's, snowmobiles, small engines and more. Full range of Maine State vehicle inspectiions.|
Open weekdays and by appointment evenings or Saturday.
320 Stagecoach Road, Sebec
|Laney's Garage offers complete auto repair, is a AAA service provider and carries a stock of used parts. Larry is well known on the Demolition Derby and Tuff Truck competition tracks.|
|Sebec 4 Corners Event Center|
676 Milo Road, Sebec
|Seating capacity up to 90 plus and various event packages are offerred.|
High speed Internet available for business meetings as well as listings for caterers, bakers, and lodging for weddings, parties and special events.
|Sebec Country Store|
635 Milo Road, Sebec
|Glenn and Danielle Bourgoin, owners, offer home cooking (breakfast, lunch and supper), convienience store items and gasoline with ample hours:|
Weekdays 5:00am to 8:00pm; weekends 6:00am to 8:00pm. On the ITS trail.
|Ye Olde Sebec Grange Shoppe|
676 Milo Road, Sebec
|Ye Olde Sebec Grange Shoppe has filled the lower level of the Sebec 4 Corners Event Center with an eclectic mix of practical and fanciful products by the twenty local crafters of the co-operative. There are also a small number of charming gently-used offerings. The shop is the brainchild of Joan Baird. The shop closed for the season November 13, 2011. Hours of business are: Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Take some time to browse because there is a lot to see. Buy it while you see it and before it goes away with someone else because the stock changes daily !|