Watch these highlights from the 2019 Union Fair, including Part 1 of the Demolition Derby and two events for kids: sheep riding and blueberry pie eating. There is always something entertaining going on the The Union Fair.
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Watch this episode on the 2019 Union Fair – a fine Maine Agricultural Fair. Watch as the judges inspect and sample the submissions for the best Maine Wild Blueberry Pie and Maine Wild Blueberry Dessert. Beautiful and delicious creations!
The Midcoast Cancer Classic raises money for local cancer support services at the PenBay Medical Center in Midcoast Maine. This program follows the fun and excitement of the day including special golf challenges, interviews, raffles of amazing gift packages including a fabulous Dine Around raffle, and various awards for the winners of the golf tourney events. This event happens every year, sponsored by the Rockland Women’s Golf Association.
Watch the Coronation of the 2019 Maine Wild Blueberry Queen held at the annual Wild Blueberry Festival at Union Fair in the third week in August.
Emceed by Lobster Festival President, Celia Knight, The Maine Lobster Festival Seafood Cooking Contest is a favorite event of festival attendees each year. Follow the process with us as 4 amateur chefs prepare their seafood creations for judging at the 2019 Maine Lobster Festival Seafood Cooking Contest. The winner is chosen based on the presentation of the final dish as well as the appearance of the table, on the ease of duplication of the recipe, and of course on the excellence of the seafood dish that has been prepared. Be prepared for delicious delights, and all the recipes are available on line at the Maine Lobster Festival website.
Join us for a visit to the Owls Head Transportation Museum for the “Wings and Wheels” weekend. We have interviews with members of the Southern Maine Scale Modelers, with the creator of a jet car, and we watch a “crank-off” between two vintage car engines.
Watch the Big Parade from the Maine Lobster Festival held at Rockland, Maine on August 3, 2019.
The theme of the parade this year is “Community : At the Heart of It All”, and the Grand Marshalls were all the men and women who served in any branch of the military, and the parade was full of many groups marching or riding representing the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, with representation of the Honor Flight program and the Patriot Guard Riders .In addition there were numerous floats relating to the “Community” theme, bands, Sea Princesses, Sea Goddesses & King Neptune, antique cars, and much, much more.
Watch the Coronation of the 2019 Maine Sea Goddess at The Maine Lobster Festival held at Rockland, Maine on July 31, 2019. The Coronation festivities include the introduction of King Neptune and his Court, the Coronation Committee Judges, officers from the Rockland Coast Guard Station , Sea Goddesses from past years, other representatives of Maine pageants, and live musical presentations.
Join us of our coverage of the Thomaston, Maine, Fourth of July Parade 2019. This wonderful, home town parade features community bands, floats, classic cars, fire engines galore, unicyclists, Revolutionary War re-enactors firing muskets, politicians, and more. In addition, this show begins with information on the Midcoast Cancer Classic fundraiser to be held at the Rockland Golf Course on Friday, August 9, 2019. Marty Jones, President of the Rockland Women’s Golf Association, and Kathy Sprowl, Chair of the Midcoast Cancer Classic, shares information about this important fundraiser, which benefits local individuals who are dealing with cancer.
Enjoy these scenes of 2018 summer celebrations in MidCoast Maine at the Lincolnville Center Strawberry Festival and the Lincolnville Beach Blueberry WingDing.The Strawberry Festival features Rosey Gerry and his Band, a puppet show in the old church, including interviews with Pat Shannon and Susan Sarvario. At the Blueberry WingDing, the annual fundraiser for the Lincolnville Improvement Society, we chat with many volunteers, including Linda Armstrong and Sheryl Winters at the craft tent, Roberta Heald at the food tent, and Judy Moore , who shared with us information about her very successful program “Tennis For Fun”.