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Top 20 Maine Events for 2009

Top 20 Maine Events for 2009
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MAY 15-17: FRYEBURG, Northern New England Home, Garden, and Flower Show. One of the largest events of its kind, with more than 250 exhibitors of indoor home- and garden-related products, plus outdoor exhibits, all at Fryeburg Fairgrounds. The Garden Marketplace offers favorite and hard-to-find perennials, annuals, veggie seedlings, and shrubs; the Smart Home Owner seminar series on alternative energy options; and a “Meet the Chefs” cooking series featuring culinary artists sharing their secrets. 800-359-2033; homegardenflowershow.com

MAY 22-25: BARING, TRESCOTT, Down East Spring Birding Festival. Visit the Cobscook Bay area during spring migration and nesting season during America’s easternmost birding festival. See Atlantic puffins up close, and spot more than 150 different species on self-guided explorations, guided hikes, and boat tours. Presentations are led by area experts. 207-733-2233; thecclc.org, downeastbirdfest.org

JUNE 19-21: DEER ISLE, STONINGTON, Lupine Festival. Celebrate summer’s famous bloom with concerts, an art and sculpture show, craft fair, garden tour, boat excursions, airplane rides, quilt show, movies, and much more for the entire family. 207-348-6124; deerislemaine.com

JUNE 20, JULY 18, AUG. 15: YORK, Family Fun Saturdays. Plan some family fun this summer at the Museums of Old York, with tours of historic buildings, traditional craft demonstrations, hearth cooking, colonial games, and crafts for kids of all ages. 207-363-4974; oldyork.org

JUNE 23-24: BOOTHBAY HARBOR, Windjammer Days. Fully rigged schooners, including American Eagle, Heritage, Lazy Jack, and Eastwind, sail into the harbor each day. Other family events include pancake breakfasts, waterfront concerts, fireworks, tours of Navy vessels and the Coast Guard station, an antique-boat parade, and more. 207-633-2353; boothbayharbor.com

JUNE 25-28: MADAWASKA, Acadian Festival. Celebrating tradition at Maine’s largest cultural and ethnic heritage festival, with a tag sale, watermelon-eating contest, softball tournament, performances, dinner theatre, craft fair and quilt show, and picnic, townwide. acadianfestival.com

JUNE 27: SOUTH BERWICK, Strawberry Festival. Those luscious red berries rule at Central School for this eagerly anticipated annual event filled with entertainment, food, art displays, and, of course, plenty of homemade strawberry shortcake. 207-384-3300; southberwickstrawberryfestival.com

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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One Response to Top 20 Maine Events for 2009

  1. Robert Goodwin April 29, 2010 at 1:41 pm #

    What? No mention of the American Folk Festival in Bangor? I feel that is a gross omission.

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