After one heck of a year that 2020 was, it sure is nice to see fairs and festivals officially happening.

According to the Readfield Heritage Days Facebook page, Readfield Heritage Days are back in full force this year. Events will get kicked off at 7 am on Friday, August 13th, and run thru Sunday evening.

Last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, events weren't able to happen at the traditional level. This year, however, events will be bigger and better than traditionally. You can find a full list of scheduled events below.

 

READFIELD HERITAGE DAYS SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Friday, August 13th

Readfield Historical Society Wine & Cheese Social
Free for Members & Guests

Saturday, August 14th 

7 am - 9:30 Breakfast with the Masons at the Masonic Hall- Main St.
9 am - 1 pm Library Book Sale at the Fire Station.
9 am Historical Sign Unveiling at the Library.
10 am - 11 am Percy Patience Book Event/signing with Jemelie Bessette and Baraba Bourgoine at the Readfield Library
10 am - Historical Sign Unveiling at UMH.
11 am - Historical Sign Unveiling at Fairgrounds Lot.
11:30 am - Historical Sign Unveiling/Oxen Pulling Demo
12 pm - 3 pm Pinky D's Poutine Truck at the beach.
12 pm - 3 Pm Food Composting demo at the beach.
12 pm - 3 pm Makers Market at the beach.
12 pm - 4 pm Family Games on the beach lawn.
1 pm - 3 pm Sam Shain and the Scolded Dogs live music on the beach.
3 pm - 4 pm Union Metting House Organ Concert
4 pm UMH Pie Sale
5 pm Beach closes for firework preparations.
9:15 pm FIREWORKS

Sunday, August 15th

MOVIE NIGHT at the fairgrounds ballfield
The Sandlot- starts at dusk

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