Welcome to Paris Hill Village! Here are a few of the clubs and organizations right in the village that contribute to a great quality of life for its residents.
Paris Hill Country Club – Nine Hole Golf Course and Cafe
Enjoy a round of golf on this beautiful and historic nine hole course and also take advantage of the on site cafe, featuring freshly made meals with friendly service. There are also tennis courts. The Country Club has been in operation since 1899. For more information go to the Country Club’s Facebook page by clicking here.
Hamlin Memorial Library and Museum
The Hamlin Memorial Library and Museum serves as a repository for historical artifacts related to Paris Hill and also as a small working library carrying a modern selection of the latest books available. Part of the overall Maine state library system, books can also be ordered in from other locations. The unique 1822 stone building was once the Oxford County Jail. Stop in to hear more about this historic, yet modern organization. For more information, go to its website by clicking here.
Paris Hill Historical Society
The Paris Hill Historical Society celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017 and is the place to go for information on the rich history of our village. The Society also sponsors events during the summer months, including guest speakers and educational & entertainment programs. For more information, see their Facebook page by clicking here.
First Baptist Church of Paris and the Village Green
The “church on the green” is a gathering spot not only for weekly Sunday services but for a variety of community events, including the Historical Society programs, a Halloween celebration, and private events and parties. The church hall is ample for weddings and the Paul Revere Foundry bell in the bell tower still alerts residents of the time of day every hour on the hour. The surrounding green is used for the annual Paris Hill Founders’ Day celebration every July as well as other village events.
Paris Hill Community Club
The Paris Hill Community Club is in the 1856 Paris Hill Academy Building. The Club’s mission is to preserve the antique building, but it also hosts many community events including progressive dinners in spring and fall and monthly community suppers May through September.
Paris Hill Post Office
Paris Hill has its own zip code, 04271, and its own post office. Friendly and professional service is just a short walk from any home in the village.
Want to play basketball or soccer, or just rest a while? There is a recreational area in the village that hosts local kids’ teams and is available for just an impromptu game.