Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce
14 Main Street
P.O. Box 58
Belfast, ME 04915
Phone: 207-338-5900
Hours: Monday-Friday 9 am-4 pm
Email: [email protected]

The purpose and objective of the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce is to stimulate, promote, advance and perpetuate the professional, business, commercial, manufacturing and economic interests of the Belfast area and to cooperate with local government officials and other public-spirited civic organizations in bettering the social, civic and cultural interests our community.


Passy Pete Makes Prediction in Belfast!

Although there was no public gathering by sea or street, there was still a prediction by our beloved Passy Pete! Thank you Belfast Barons! Friends of Belfast! Now, this Sixth Day of September, Labor Day, in the year Two Thousand and Twenty-one, being the Seventh Annual meeting of the Belfast ...
Belfast Chamber Cup Golf Tournament - Join Us!

We still have room for your team to join us on Friday, September 10 at the Northport Golf Club. Thank you to our generous sponsors and Stanley Chevrolet, some may win a Vespa, if you sink a hole in one! Arrive at 11:30 Teams start at 12 noon. I hear the weather will be wonderful
Belfast Chamber Announces Golf Tournament Hole in One ...

Our 8th Annual Golf Tournament is Friday from noon to 5 pm on September 10th at the Northport Golf Club. We are excited this year because Stanley Chevrolet Buick has provided a Hole in One Contest prize - The Vespa Primavera! Now, I don't golf and the odds of me hitting a hole in one are nil, ...

Belfast, Maine – Hold your horses, Panxsutawney Phil! People across New England are enjoying a record-breaking summer right now, and in the scenic coastal community of Belfast, Maine, a lobster named Passy Pete is prepared for his annual ritual of predicting if summer will last 6 more weeks. ...
Will Passy Pete predict 6 more weeks of Summer?

Will Passy Pete predict 6 more weeks of Summer? Find out Labor Day Sept 3rd 10 am Heritage Park, Belfast On Labor Day, according to Belfast Maine tradition, Passy Pete the Lobster emerges from his cove in the Passagassawakeag River and predicts whether or not summer will last. Passy Pete, short ...

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