|Blueberry Fields Bed and
Breakfast is a beautiful inn located
on the central coast of Maine in the heart of one of the
country's most beautiful areas. Just minutes from Camden,
Rockland and Augusta, under an hour to Freeport, and 90 minutes
from Portland and Bangor. The area abounds with quaint
towns, skiing, golf, lighthouses and other wonderful treasures.
The many events we have in our area
will keep you busy year round. Over a hearty breakfast we can
help you plan your day. When you have experienced the wonders of
this area, come back to Blueberry Fields, grab a delicious
home-baked treat and sit by the warm fire, in the cold months,
or set on the porch, in the warm months, to share stories of
your adventures and enjoy the peace and tranquility that only
the country can offer.
Blueberry Fields B&B
Wine & Cheese
Reception/Fundraiser Benefit: 4th Friday in October *DUE TO
COVID-19 THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED FOR 2020
$10 donation per person, cash or checks. Any additional
donations are graciously accepted. A fun night of great
music, food and socializing!
R.S.V.P or questions: call: 207-446-2407 or email:
Getaway for Valentine's Day Weekend, February 12th-14th,
Get a 2-night stay
(Friday & Saturday)
and a romantic dinner for 2, Saturday night.
Dinner includes shrimp cocktail and your choice of entree,
from our dinner menu under the "Food" Tab. For dessert it's
flourless chocolate torte or Amaretto cake. 2 glasses of wine
Independence Day celebration,
July 4th, 5:00-9:45
Fireworks promptly at 9:15!
Spectacular Fireworks display, Food trucks, S'mores at the
fire pit, music in the gazebo.
Festivals and Events
U.S. National Toboggan Championships
February, 2nd weekend in February - Camden, Maine (30
Maine Maple Syrup Sunday
March, 4th Sunday in March
"Always the 4th
Sunday in March," Maine Maple Sunday is a
special open house date for most sugarmakers in the
State of Maine. SMMSA strives to be sure that the
public finds the sugarhouses (some of them remote)
of our members.
Annual St. George River Canoe Race
March - Belfast, Maine (45
Three miles of dead water, 1-mile rapids, 2-miles
dead water and curves with one Class III drop. This
race has Class II-III rapids + or - depending on the
Annual Passy River Canoe Race
April - Belfast, Maine (45
Race starts at the Littlefield Farm, first mile is
flat water with many curves. Course passes under a
cement bridge to another mile of flat water followed
by a short stretch of Class II rapids. A 2-mile
stretch of flat water to the Rolerson’s bridge, then
Class I, II and III whitewater for a mile and a
Damariscotta Alewives Festival
May - Damariscotta (30 minutes)
Come celebrate the running of the alewives (herring).
of the state's oldest and most productive Alewife
fishery. Face painting, antique care rides and a pig
May through October - Union (15 minutes)
Open Fridays, 3 - 6
p.m., on the common. "Homemade & Handmade"!
Maine Fiber Frolic
June - Windsor Fairgrounds (20 minutes)
Maine 4X4 Festival, the Pittston Fair and the Maine Mud
June - Pittston, Maine (20
Pittston hosts three summertime fairs. The 4X4 Festival
(June) and Mud Festival (September) feature lots of
dirty trucks. The Pittston Fair (July) is an old school
small-town fair including horse pull, strawberry museum,
mechanical bull, strawberry pie contest, blacksmith
demonstration, 4-H sheep show, pig scramble and much
Washington Ladies' Guild Strawberry Festival
July - Washington Fire Dept.,
Washington, Maine (5 minutes)
Good food, raffles and baked goods. Live music!
North Atlantic Blues Festival
July - Rockland, Maine (40 minutes)
The North Atlantic Blues Festival is one of the more
prestigious festivals on the East Coast. The event will
be held at thse popular festival site, Public Landing in
Rockland, Maine, overlooking picturesque Rockland
Harbor. Some of the top names in blues music will be
featured on the Main Stage.
July - Monmouth, Maine (45 minutes)
Monmouth Fair is a small family oriented fair whose goal
is to entertain and educate the public in agricultural
matters through shows, displays, demonstrations,
participation, and a great celebration of rural life -
past and present!
Maine Lobster Festival
August, 1st weekend in August - Rockland, Maine (30 minutes)
The festival features nine tents, the world’s greatest
lobster cooker, a sea goddess, a big parade, top notch
entertainment, an international crate race, fine art,
talented crafts people and vendors, US Navy ship tours,
all you can eat pancakes, free shuttle service, US Coast
Guard Station tours, professional and amateur cooking
contests, marine heritage, road races, kids events, over
20,000 pounds of lobster.
August - Union, Maine (15 minutes)
Join us at this classic event celebrating agriculture in
the state of Maine. The fairgrounds are nestled among
the rolling hills and beautiful farmlands in Union,
Maine. There are activities and entertainment for all
age groups, so bring the entire family and spend the day
at the festival. Better yet, stay for a few days and
enjoy the surrounding area as well. There's lots to see
and do in the Mid-Coast area.
Blistered Fingers Festival
August - Litchfield, Maine (45 minutes)
Some of the Greatest Bluegrass music you can see and
hear at one of the largest family musical events in New
England! This Bluegrass Festival takes place twice every
year bringing thousands of Music lovers from all over
the World converging in Litchfield, Maine to hear
banjos, fiddles, and those high, lonesome harmonies.
This event will feature many National and Local bands
from all over the world.
August - Windsor, Maine (12
A great way to spend Labor Day weekend is a visit to the
Windsor Fair, an agricultural fair with a fun midway
featuring rides and games. Their annual giant pumpkin
contest and harness racing are a blast. It's a family
tradition since 1888.
Camden Windjammer Festival
August, Labor Day weekend - Camden, Maine (30
The Camden Windjammer Festival is a community-led
celebration of Camden’s maritime heritage and living
traditions. From the great age of sail when four, five,
and even six-masted schooners were launched into Camden
Harbor, through the birth of the windjammer business
here in the 1930s and continuing with the elegant yachts
that visit or call Camden home every summer, sailing
ships have always defined this gorgeous community where
the mountains meet the sea.
Clinton Lion's Club Fair
September - Clinton, Maine (55 minutes)
The midway opens on Thursday and continues through
Sunday. At 10am on Saturday the parade makes it's way
along Main Street through downtown Clinton, including
local musicians, marching bands, antique cars, fire
trucks, and many other local groups to entertain the
large crowd. The first Clinton Fair was held in 1953 and
continues to grow every year. Attendance is approaching
20,000 visitors a year!
September - Litchfield, Maine (45
A family-focused agricultural fair featuring fireworks
and a fun midway.
Common Ground Country Fair
September - Unity, Maine (45
The Fair allows fairgoers to make connections with a
rapidly expanding base of organic farms in the state of
Maine. Hundreds of vendors, exhibitors and
demonstrators, and tens of thousands of fairgoers will
gather to: share knowledge about sustainable living; eat
delicious, organic, Maine-grown food; buy and sell
beautiful Maine crafts and useful agricultural products;
compete in various activities; dance; sing and have a
Pemaquid Oyster Festival
September - Damariscotta, Maine (30 minutes)