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Here are JUST A FEW Featured Events:

July 19-21, 2019
54th Annual Yarmouth Clam Festival
Yarmouth, Maine
A long, hilarious parade; spectacular fireworks; clam shucking contests; a firefighter's muster; road, kayak, and bicycle races; a pancake breakfast; concerts; and, of course, a delicious array of food. Admission to the Festival and its events is free. (Always 3rd Friday in July).  Attendance: 100,000.
 

July 25-August 3, 2019
Bangor State Fair
Bangor, Maine
Bangor State Fair is an agricultural and recreational gathering of the population of the Greater Bangor Area and the entire state of Maine that lasts for 10 days at Bass Park – the land encompassing Cross Insurance Center. The Bangor State Fair typically draws between 40,000 and 50,000 people a year and dates at least as far back as 1849.  Attendance: 50,000.
 

August 16-18, 2019
Machias Wild Blueberry Festival
Machias, Maine
The Down East region of Maine produces nearly 85% of the world's blueberries. The annual Wild Blueberry Festival celebrates the blueberry with a Main Street parade, fabulous food, crafts and fine art by regional artists, live music, and activities for the children. Bring the whole family!
 

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