Here are just a few things to add to your weekend fun list: attend a Celtic festival, celebrate Maine Open Farm Day, check out the first-ever Northeast Blues Festival on the Bangor Waterfront or see an authentic (recreated) Viking ship.
There’s lots to do on a summertime weekend in Maine: You can enjoy Maine’s vibrant music scene, go to a film festival, enjoy some Moxie at the Moxie Festival and/or act like a pirate at Fort Knox.
A fifth food truck will join the four already established at the Bangor Waterfront, while another truck will take up permanent summer residence in Pickering Square starting next week.
Luckily for all of us, by mid-afternoon Friday, it looks like the worst of the heat will have made its way out of Maine, with comfortable temps in upper 70s settling in for the rest of the weekend. Just in time to recover from your mid-week Fourth of July celebrations, and get back outside!
The show filmed a segment in Bangor last year, and featured local bookstore Gerald Winters and Son, along with a number of other shots of the city.
Here’s a roundup of the best things to do in Maine this weekend. Among other things, you can enjoy a pairing of beer and classical music in Bangor, the band Roots in Portland, and abundant strawberry picking across the state.
Bangor native Jeff Schiro made a short film of Stephen King’s short story “The Boogeyman” back in the ’80s and now a major film studio has grabbed the right to adapt the story to the big screen.
Eagle-eyed folks hanging around Bangor International Airport on Monday morning spotted Hollywood superstar Hugh Jackman departing the airport with his family. my dad ran up to his car to get a picture pic.twitter.com/4rP9e8N3hy — Jonathan (@JonathanGrahe) June 25, 2018 According to an eyewitness, he stopped for gas at an Irving. We don’t know which one. […]
There’s lots going on in Maine this weekend: among other things it’s Pride weekend in Bangor, there’s a Whoopie Pie Festival in Dover-Foxcroft and there are three fun dog-related events across the state.
Owen King’s literary star has risen steadily since his debut collection of short stories, “We’re All In This Together,” was published in 2005 — and since the blockbuster novel, “Sleeping Beauties,” he wrote with his dad, Stephen King, came out last year. This weekend, in honor of Father’s Day, Owen King wrote a sweet essay […]