Slated to take place on Saturday, September 18 at Prince Thomas Park, folks are gearing up for this year's Harvest Moon Festival in Lincoln.

According to the Harvest Moon Festival Event Page, there will be food trucks and beer trucks, and live music throughout the afternoon and evening.

They'll even have "Artisans Market from 9 AM-2 PM in Veteran's Memorial Square."

While the Artisans Market is free to attend, to partake in the evening festivities (music, food, drinks) you will have to have a ticket.

"Tickets are available at the Town Office or at the door for $10 each."

Doors open for the evening session of the festival at 5 PM.

There will also be a raffle going on that day:

"The Lincoln Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce will also be announcing the winner of their Big Cash Raffle during the event. "

Just last month, the area successfully hosted its Annual Loon Festival with a parade, a basketball tournament, food trucks, kiddie games, a car show, and even a live concert by Motor Booty Affair.

Fingers crossed that The Harvest Moon Festival doesn't fall the way of so many other fall festivals in Maine, like Belfast's Maine Celtic Festival which was scheduled to take place the same weekend and had to cancel altogether for the year in light of the rising number of Covid Cases in Waldo County.

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