WEEKEND TOP 10: Blue Hill Fair, Skowhegan Brew Fest + High School Football
There's always lots of stuff going on in and around Bangor, so it can be hard to decide what to do. That's where our Weekend Top 10 comes in.
The Blue Hill Fair will begin Thursday, Aug. 31 and continue through Labor Day. The fair boasts of some of the finest entertainment, attractions, and exhibits and draws thousands from all over the state. Here's the schedule of events.
The second annual Skowhegan Craft Brew Festival will take place on Saturday, Sept. 2, and feature craft brewers, food vendors and live music. Here's a list of the all the participating brewers. Here's where to buy tickets.
The Downtown Bangor Artwalk unites artists with downtown businesses to celebrate the diversity of arts in Bangor and is dedicated to the continued development of our community. The home base is the University of Maine Museum of Art, but you can start wherever you want. Maps are available.
The high school football regular season kicks off Friday, Sept. 1 with a full schedule of games throughout the area. Among the local games are Bangor versus Edward Little at Cameron Stadium and Brewer versus Lawrence at Doyle Field.
Celebrate Camden’s maritime heritage and living traditions at the annual Camden Windjammer Festival. Here's the schedule of events.
In this all-live late night talk show styled planetarium program, your host will bring you the latest and greatest in astronomy news including NASA missions, new discoveries, and plenty of (bad) jokes. Tickets are $6 for adults, and $4 for children under 12.
Learn about the famous and infamous individuals who make their final resting place in America’s second oldest garden cemetery. The cost is $10 adults; $5 children 10 and under,
Explore the stories behind Bar Harbor's haunted history in this 90-minute walking tour. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children. More information.
Local farmers will be selling seasonal fruits and vegetables, naturally raised meats -- including beef, pork and chicken -- along with eggs, cheeses, baked goods, coffee, seedlings, cut flowers and more. The Sunday market is located across the street from the Bangor Public Library.
Each week, Miss Abby will read stories and lead a small activity geared toward 3-8 year olds.