PLEASE NOTE:  Programs can and do change often.  We recommend participants keep an eye on our Facebook Page or a program contact person to get updates or notifications about changes. 

The Community Center reserves the right to cancel or change any event if necessary for the safety of the community. 


Everyone must sign in, unless a member of the FTNESS CENTER.  Everyone is asked to clean up after themselves -- we do not staff here daily for cleaning.




Alcoholics Anonymous has open meetings at the Community Center every Saturday from 6-7pm.

Feel free to just show up or call Jeannie at the ICC for more details.

24 Hour Help Line  207-930-0544


Community Walkers-

The facility is open, community members are welcome to come and walk in our heated gymnasium for as long as they want. By opening our doors, we assure the safety of all of our community members. It takes 22 laps around the gym to make a mile.

When: Monday - Friday   9:00AM - 11:00AM



A cross between tennis, whiffle ball, and racquetball, Pickleball is sweeping the country and has landed here in Stonington. *At this time Pickleball is being played outside at DISHS/DISES tennis courts and at the ICC during inclement weather* 

Wednesday at 4pm   Contact Susan Robinson for more information - -- use Pickleball question in the subject line


Youth Sports-

Ages: preschool to 10 years old. For more info reach out to Jenna Billings or Laurel Allen


Schedule and Class Descriptions -  You can join in person class Sundays 3 to 4pm for yoga for those with disabilities -- All abilities welcome 

Zumba- Zumba is a dance fitness program combining Latin and international music with interval training. Please contact Kelley Fifield for more information.

When:  Friday mornings 8:30 - 9:30am  

Find these programs at our location!



The ICC is home to the Stonington Farmer's Market, which has been hailed as one of the most successful markets across two counties of Maine. The two-hour market takes place mid-May through mid-October on Fridays from 10AM-12PM, rain or shine. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed at all times. Shoppers will find not only abundant fresh native produce, meat products, local seafood, cheeses, specialty foods, and bakery goods, but also a variety of fine artists, craftspeople, and community organizations represented in a lively mix of more than 50 vendors. Most vendors operate on a cash basis and will accept a personal check. A few accept credit cards, but since cellular phone service is unreliable on the island, cash and checks are almost always preferred.



The Island Food Pantry is a volunteer-run, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those in fear of hunger. Each month the pantry provides food to over 125 families.  Area residents in need come once a month and choose a balanced assortment of foods. The Pantry delivers food to the elderly and those who cannot manage to pick up the food themselves. It also provides snacks for children in the Healthy Island and after-school programs. The Island Food Pantry is located on the ground floor of the Community Center. Food is distributed to individuals and families in need on Thursdays from 5-7:30 pm. For more information, please call director Cathy Eaton Gray at 207-348-6181.


Yearly Events!


AppleFest- Live music, arts & crafts, cakewalk, local apples, silent auction, food, 50/50 raffle & more! $10 admission for adults & $5 for children. Takes place in October.


Camp Kooky- 6-week day camp for local children. For more information see the Camp Kooky tab. Takes place in July & August.


Fairy Garden- We invite you to build in our Fairy Garden down behind our facility. We ask that you use only natural supplies and be careful of other's creations. 


Flash In the Pans- Flash in the Pans is one of the largest community steel drum bands in the country and hails from Blue Hill, Maine. Each year they hold a community street dance at the Stonington Ballfield to help raise funds for the ICC. Takes place during the summer months.


Giving TuesdayGiving Tuesday inspires millions of people across the globe to show up and give back to causes and issues that matter to them. The goal is to create a massive wave of generosity that lasts well beyond that day and touches every person on the planet. Takes place the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.


Great Downeast Egg Hunt- Join us for a parade downtown with local business and the great Down-Easter egg hunt! Takes place on a Saturday before Easter.


Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair- Join us on Small Business Saturday to explore the community center gym for some of the best crafts around. Vendors, crafters, and organizations will be displaying their hard work and talent. You will not be disappointed! Takes place the Saturday after Thanksgiving.


Holiday Hoopla- A weekend-long event beginning Saturday with events at the Opera House, ending Sunday evening with events at the Island Community Center, The Stonington Public Library, and a tree lighting downtown. Don't forget to check out the Island Festival of Trees! Takes place on a weekend in December.


Hunter's, ATV, & Archery SafetyThe Department of Inland and Fisheries offers this two-day course. The minimum age is 10 yrs.; the class size limit is 30 people, and the fee is a $10 suggested donation. Look for announcements of these classes on our Facebook page and Inland Fisheries Website. 


Spooktacular Saturday- The ICC celebrates Halloween with a costume trick or treat parade through downtown Stonington followed by a Halloween movie at the Stonington Opera House. Takes place on a Saturday before Halloween.


Stonington Six- The Stonington Six is a popular 10K fundraiser run that kicks off the island's Fourth of July festivities. The race is divided into three categories: the Powell 10K (6.2 miles), the Fun Run (1.4 miles) and a Walker Class. Prizes are awarded for top male and female finishers in each age division of the 10K, to the first Deer Isle or Stonington resident to finish, and for the oldest and youngest finishers in the 10K and Fun Run.  Each racer that finishes receives t-shirt.  Proceeds benefit the Island Community Center. Takes place on Independence Day.


Volunteer of the year- Named each year through the executive committee