Things to do

Calendar of Events
Point Sebago Reggae Festival
Point Sebago Reggae Festival, live music, vendors, performance art and beachside!!!! Fun for the entire family. Enjoy Sebago lake while dancing to nationally acclaimed reggae music. All ages accompanied by an adult. Fun for the entire Family! 12 and under free per adult GA pass. Must be 21+ to Drink – No outside Alc allowed in the event. Vendors, Beer Gardens, Fire Spinners, Aerial Arts, Puppets, Bouncy House, Face Painting.
JUNE 15-17
Maine Blues Fest - Naples – Always Father’s Day Weekend
The Maine Blues Festival is held in Naples, Maine during Father's Day weekend each year. Featuring over 40 Maine blues acts on multiple stages! The Maine Blue Festival continues to celebrate one of America's original music forms by showcasing our own Maine Blues Musicians in a Family Friendly Club Crawl format throughout the Town Naples, Maine. The Naples Village Green has a variety of Crafters and Vendors along with Blues Bands for your entertainment.
Naples Independence Day Celebration - Fireworks, Road Races & Parades
Naples and other area towns offer parades, races, & fireworks throughout the holiday
JULY 20-22
Yarmouth Clam Festival
The Yarmouth Clam Festival is an annual summer event that promotes the community and provides opportunities for Yarmouth-based non-profit organizations to raise funds in support of their missions. Admission to the Festival is FREE! Every year approximately thirty non-profit groups volunteer thousands and thousands of hours to bring the Festival to life. Always the 3rd Friday in July. Friday night parade, Saturday night fireworks, live music from 3 stages, fantastic food served by our non-profit volunteers, arts & crafts shows, road races and more. The Carnival on the Midway opens Wednesday evening and runs through Sunday. All other Festival activities start Friday at 10:00 am.
JULY 26-28
Casco Days
The 83rd Annual Casco Days festival. A truly unique event run entirely by the support of sponsors and hundreds of volunteers, Casco Days proudly boasts FREE admission, parking, fMidway, fireworks, chicken barbeque, road race, music, children’s parade and more Don’t miss the fun, always the last Saturday in July! Casco Days is full of activities, entertainment, and the ever exciting midway! Make sure you plan to be here for all the great shows and fun activities.
Naples for the Arts – on the Causeway
Held in the heart of the Lakes Region, on the Naples causeway, the exceptional quality artwork from our Artists and Craftsmen, surrounded by beautiful scenery, make this art show a favorite summer event for our local friends and visitors from everywhere. Come and enjoy the great art, music, and fun at Naples For The Arts,
Mountainview Woodies 2018 Naples Boat Show - Classic Boat Show
25th annual wooden boat show located on the causeway in Naples,, is a non-judged show, open to all owners of antique and classic boats including those of wood, aluminum, and fiberglass construction--power, sail, or paddle. It's a lot of fun, and a great way to spend a day in the beautiful Long Lakes region of Maine.
Maine Lakes Brewfest – Always The Last Saturday In September
15th Annual Maine Lakes Brewfest has now grown to be the premier beer festival in the area, with attendance last year of over 3,100. Over 35 brewers will be offering almost 100 varieties of beer and wine for customers to sample. Live bands, and the food vendors will offer everything from hot dogs, burgers, hot wings, chili, wood-fired pizza, sausage and pulled pork sandwiches, oysters, and Maine lobster rolls. The entire event is held under tents and on the beach at Sebago Lake, and, regardless of the weather, the sampling goes on.  “Rain or shine, we’ve got you covered!”
Fryeburg Fair – Maine’s Blue Ribbon Classic
The Fryeburg Fair, established in 1851,  Is considered to be one of the best agricultural fairs in the U.S. offers non-stop livestock, agriculture and farming exhibitions with over 3,000 head of large animals - cattle, horses, oxen, steers, ponies and hundreds of smaller animals - sheep, goats, hogs, poultry, rabbits, and more.  Traditional Fair highlights include horse and ox pulling, draft horse tandem hitches up to eight, calf and pig scrambles, cooking contests, flower shows, exhibition halls of crafts, handiwork, photos, art, forest and wood products; a full museum of old farm equipment and memorabilia with live demonstrations; the "Little Red Schoolhouse" built in 1835; the milking parlor, sheepdog trials, tractor pulling, 4WD pulls and pari-mutuel harness racing on the Fair's half-mile track.  The Fair’s Specialty Foods Pavilion offers innovative food products made with local farm ingredients.  The Expo Center features 9,000 square feet of commercial exhibits.  Rides for all ages and food selections for every taste are everywhere at Fryeburg Fair.
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For additional information on what our area has to offer check out the Greater Bridgton Chamber of Commerce or Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce.