Agricultural exhibits, carnival rides, harness racing, animal pulling events, 4-H crafts, and a fireworks display — what more could you ask for?
This fair is in its twenty-ninth year and offers tons of food, music, white elephants, a silent auction, gifts, crafts, plants, books, wagon rides, and a bounce house for kids. All proceeds benefit the Hancock County Home Care and Hospice.
A Down East smorgasbord of blueberry pies, muffins, pancakes, and jams in Machias.
Members of Maine's Windjammer Fleet arrive in Camden Harbor for a weekend of nautical celebrating!
July 2: Bay Chamber Concerts presents: Opera House Opening Night
July 3: Family Fun Day at the Camden Snow Bowl, The Camden-Rockport-Lincolnville Chamber of Commerce and Camden Premier Inns present: Camden Harbor Fireworks, Islesboro Fireworks
July 4:Thomaston Fourth of July, Fabulous Fifties and Sensational Sixites Car Meet and Antique Aeroplane Show
July 5: Fabulous Fifties and Sensational Sixites Car Meet and Antique Aeroplane Show, Music by the Sea
Starts: Jun 26 2009 - 10:30am
Ends: Jun 26 2009 - 4:00pm
Mystic, CT, CT 06355-0990
Writer/photographer Craig Milner and Maine's boatbuilder laureate Ralph Stanley (currently celebrating his 80th birthday year) will be signing copies of their popular Downeast book "Ralph Stanley: Tales of a Maine Boatbuilder" at the Mystic Seaport Museum bookstore on Friday, June 26. The event coincides with opening day of the 18th Annual WoodenBoat Show, presented by WoodenBoat Magazine, which runs through the weekend. For detailed information about the show, www.thewoodenboatshow.com and for information about Mystic Seaport, the "Museum of America and the Sea",visit www.mysticseaport.org.
Trail is behind tennis courts south of the Augusta Civic Center.
Augusta, ME 04330
The Mile of Art is a festival featuring painting, sculpture,photography, music, very special crafts, and performances held along the beautiful wooded section of the fitness trail of the University of Maine at Augusta. There will be an exhibit of architectural models by students of the School of Architecture. Golf carts will be available to transport those who find the trail too strenuous. The trail starts behind the tennis courts just south of the Augusta Civic Center and winds through the very lovely woods behind the University of Maine at Augusta. The raine date is August 2, 2009.
Harmony, ME, ME 04942
Historic mill opens its dours for public tours. Since 1821 Bartlettyarns has been in operation in the tiny town of Harmony, ME producing world famous 100% wool yarns, rovings, blankets, sweaters, socks, hats and mittens. Originally started by Osias Bartlett, this has been passed down thru the generations and current owners Lindsey and Susan Rice invite you to see their "working gem". The mill store will also be open for these three days 10 am to 4 pm. For more information, please see their web site at www.bartlettyarns.com or call 207-683-2251.
A selection of Maine crafts that include jewelry, quilts, photographs, pottery, and porcelain dolls. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This celebration of the delectable mollusk includes a parade, amusement rides, entertainment, games, craft booths, and, of course, lots of steamed, fried, and chowdered clams