I will not be attending festivals this year, as I will be catching up on commission work, but highly recommend the following Maine shows. You can spend an entire day exploring an art festival and the towns that host them. The festivals provide art
and entertainment while the towns provide restaurants, antique shops, boutiques, book stores and a bit of history.
Due to COVID 19 most shows are cancelled this year, best to check with individual show sponsors.
A day at an art festival.
Spend a relaxing day with a friend walking the grounds of an art festival, it's fun and you won't even notice you are actually getting in some exercise. Shows in the towns of Bath and Bridgton provide entertainment in the form of music throughout the day. The town of Brunswick goes all out and turns parts of Main Street into a pedestrian mall with roving musicians, dancers, mimes, jugglers,
lyric poets and of course, arts and crafts people selling their wares.
There's always something fun to see, so bring your camera and come see what all the creative people have been up to over the winter months! Just maybe you will find that special something for a friend or even yourself and at the same time help support the arts.
Annual Bath Heritage Days
at Bath Library Park - July 4th & 5th Weekend. Sponsored by Maine Artisans' Marketplace, Bath, Maine
Bridgton Art in the Park
at Shorey Park by Highland Lake - Saturday, July 18th, rain date Sunday 19th. Sponsored by Gallery 302
Rangeley Art in August Show
at Oquossoc Village, ME by Mooselookmeguntic Lake - Thursday, August 6th. Sponsored by Rangeley Friends of the Arts
Brunswick Outdoor Arts Festival
On Main Street, Brunswick, ME - Saturday, August 15th.
Sponsored by the Brunswick Downtown Association
Made in Maine Craft Show
at Mt. Ararat High School, Topsham, ME -
November 14th & 15th Weekend.
Sponsored by The Society of Southern Maine Craftsmen