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Our Story

A Local Family With A Local Story
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Emily and Nick Mirabile reside in the woods of Edgecomb, Maine with their sons, Oscar and Louie. Emily and Nick grew up in the region together. You may have seen them on stage as they have performed at community theaters in the area for over 20 years. Emily is also the Director of the Boothbay Region Y-Arts program. 

In 2018, the Mirabile’s purchased Harbor-Tech Solutions with hopes to maintain and grow the business for years to come. Unfortunately the timing of this purchase was not in their favor as it closed during 2020 at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Coming from the ashes was a rebrand and revitalization: WOODSONG MARKET. 

While keeping some of the same services from their Harbor-Tech days, the Mirabile’s went back to their roots adding a Market with Maine-made products and foods to the mix. This was nothing new to the couple as Emily’s parents, George and Ginny Bishop, owned and operated the Eastside Market and Deli in Boothbay Harbor and Nick worked in the food service for many years.

Woodsong Market hopes to continue to feature local foods and products to support the community and state that they love. 

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