Cumberland County, Maine
My name is Sherrill McAloney Brown, and I am the host of this page.
Sebago is a small town located on the western shore of Sebago Lake. It
was first settled in
1750 and incorporated in 1826. The year round population of 1,300 swells to around 5,000
during the summer months. The many large inns and hotels that once dotted the landscape,
along with quaint summer cottages, attracted vacationers and tourists from all over the
United States. Their families continue to call Sebago their summer vacation home.
The principal settlements of Sebago are: Hillside, Convene, Sebago
North Sebago and Long Beach.
* The Spaulding Memorial Library is open:
Mon 8:30-11:30 & 4-8 pm (summer)
Mon 8:30-12 (winter)
Wednesday 8:30-8:00 (summer)
Wednesday 8:30-7:30 (winter)
Friday Storyhour 9:30 am (Sept-May)
* The Sebago Historical Society is located on the Convene Rd.
on the fourth Wed of each month. Any questions you have regarding genealogy,
obituaries, or general historical questions can be sent to Sebago Historical Society.
* The Sebago Town Hall is open Tue - Fri 9 - 4, Sat 9 - 12 Tel. 787-2457
Sebago Historical Society under construction: a NEW website, with stories, letters and pictures of pioneer families of Sebago
Sebago Town Website
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Volunteers are needed:
1.To Collect census data.
2.Do you have any documents with historic value that you'd like posted here?
3.Do you have any books from which you can do look-ups?
If you can volunteer, please let me know.
You are the visitor to stop at Sebago, Cumberland County, Maine since May 27, 2001
This page was last updated on Feb 14, 2009
Return to: Cumberland County Index
© 2001 Sherrill McAloney Brown