Friday, August 1, 2014

United States Coast Guard Barque Eagle Arrives In Rockland, Welcoming Ceremony

Rockland, Maine - The tall ship, United States Coast Guard Barque Eagle arrived Friday afternoon in the beautiful coastal Maine city of Rockland on August 1st, 2014. Barque Eagle is a training vessel, training cadets skills that they will need to know in the Coast Guard.

After arriving in Rockland, official Coast Guard City, the Maine Lobster Festival held a welcoming ceremony where Barque Eagle was formally welcomed. City leaders, police chief, acting fire chief, Coast Guard top brass were among those who attended the ceremony held on the main stage at 4pm. Chuck Kruger, Maine Lobster Festival president, was the lead speaker with others such as the admiral of the Barque Eagle, the Rockland mayor and Chris Rector speaking on behalf of Angus King who couldn't be there.

This was a great ceremony welcoming the Coast Guard's Barque Eagle to the city and festival. You can tour this beautiful sailing, training tall ship on Saturday from 1:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. The location of the tours are at the Coast Guard base at the end of Tilson Avenue in downtown Rockland, Maine. Please come on down to meet the cadets and tour the vessel.

Eagle serves as a seagoing classroom for approximately 175 cadets and instructors from the U.S. Coast

Amy Allen & The Engine Maine Lobster Festival Performers

Rockland, Maine - Amy Allen and her band The Engine performed at the 67th annual Maine Lobster Festival in Rockland, Maine on Thursday, July 31st, 2014. Amy and her band did an awesome job performing mostly original to those who stopped to listen.

Amy Allen is from Maine with her band members Ben Kling (mandolin/keys), Vinny Silva (lead guitar), Manuel Ruiz (drums) and Blain Crawford (bass) coming from around.

Self-described as "indie-folk-pop," the band features the songwriting of Amy Allen. Amy & The Engine

The Veayo Twins Maine Lobster Festival Performers

Rockland, Maine - Sisters Katherine and Kristen Veayo of The Veayo Twins did a wonderful job performing at the 67th annual Maine Lobster Festival on July 31st, 2014 with a friend. These two sang an 1 or so session for the crowed who stopped to take time to listen to their singing. Most of the songs they sang were covers with some originals mixed in.


Katherine & Kristen are from central Maine and recently graduated for Hall-Dale High School.


We feel these two young ladies have a really bright future ahead of them. You can learn more about The Veayo Twins by clicking here.

Dana and Susan Robinson Return to Camden Amphitheatre


Dana and Susan Robinson Return to Camden Amphitheatre August 14

Dana and Susan Robinson are two guitar-playing, banjo-frailing, fiddle-sawing, and harmony-singing interpreters of the American experience. The Robinsons are returning to Camden for a concert in the Amphitheatre on Thursday, August 14, at 7:00 pm. The concert, sponsored by the Camden Public Library and Allen Insurance & Financial, is free. Bring blankets or chairs for seating; if the weather turns rainy the concert will move indoors.

Dana and Susan’s unique blend of contemporary songwriting and traditional Appalachian music bring to their performances a deep understanding of America’s musical heritage. The genius of a Dana and Susan Robinson performance lies in their ability to capture the imagination of their audience; they can make the audience howl with laughter or hush with poignant reflection as they take them on a journey across America and convey the mystery and wonder of the places they visit. “Many songwriters have been heralded as modern day Woody Guthries or keepers of the American rural spirit, but that mantle might be better entrusted to musicians like Dana Robinson who embody both the heart and the soul of folk music,” declares Dirty Linen magazine.

Underpinning their songs is the undeniable rhythm of their trademark guitar/banjo sound. Whether it is quiet or driving, there is a steady and unrelenting groove to the music that supports the lyric and delivers the story in an effortless and magical way.
A native of the Pacific Northwest, Dana relocated to New England where he discovered both a thriving songwriters scene and the deep well of traditional mountain music. In the early 1980’s, Dana settled in northern Vermont and built a house “off the grid” (no electricity or phone) on 30 acres near the Canadian border. There he founded a popular bakery, cafĂ©, and folk music venue. Dana launched into full-time touring after the release of his 1994 debut CD, Elemental Lullabye, and after receiving a request to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City for Putumayo’s Shelter benefit project.

Sue grew up in a musical family in New England. She studied piano, oboe, and Scottish fiddle before meeting Dana in 2002. Sue was working in the environmental field in California when she met Dana at a house concert. Upon moving to North Carolina a short time thereafter, Sue launched into studying with many of the great oldtime musicians in the Asheville area, and naturally adapted to the on-the-road lifestyle.

From Asheville, North Carolina, Dana and Susan Robinson bring to the stage an exciting blend of original songs of the American landscape and oldtime Appalachian mountain music. With Dana on guitar and fiddle, Susan’s clawhammer banjo playing and harmony singing they bring a joyful energy to their concerts. Their music is the sound and feel of bedrock America.


“Gazebones” Trombone Concert

“Gazebones” Trombone Concert August 8

A nine-member trombone ensemble from Massachusetts, the Gazebones, will play an informal recital in the Amphitheater on Friday afternoon, August 8, at 1:30 pm. Named for the venue of their first performance twenty years ago, the Gazebones meet weekly to play trombone ensemble music and transcriptions. Performances include unique renditions of popular songs and jazz favorites, marches, and rags, and a wide variety of transcriptions of orchestral, choral, band, and early music selections.

Among the transcriptions are Haydn’s “Achieved is the Glorious Work”, Brahms’ “How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place”, Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition”, Gesualodo’s “Morro Lasso”, and Orlando di Lasso songs including “Bonjour Mon Coeur”, “Mon Coeur Recommande a Vous”, and “Matona Mia Cara”. Among traditional folk songs are “Shenandoah”, “Air from County Derry”, and Vaughan Williams’ “Bushes and Briars”. Music actually written for trombones includes Jacob’s “Trombone Octet”, Ewazen’s “Great Lakes Suite”, and “Lotzenhiser’s Trombumba”.


August Craft and Children’s Programs and Sailing

Wooden boat built by Cottrell Boatbuilders
August Craft and Children’s Programs and Sailing at Penobscot Marine Museum

Searsport, Maine, August 1, 2014 – This August, Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport, Maine is offering programs for children on Wednesdays and Fridays, and Artisan Days: Demonstrations of 19th Century Crafts on Thursdays from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.  On Mondays and Saturdays the Schooner Guildive is giving sailing tours of historic Searsport Harbor.  For more information on all these activities, and on the museum’s Thursday night summer talks, call 207-548-2529 or 0334, or go towww.penobscotmarinemuseum.org.

Artisan Days: Demonstrations of 19th Century Crafts at Penobscot Marine Museum is on Thursdays in August from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.  On August 14th and 21st Alice Seeger will demonstrate 19th century spinning and weaving.  On August 28th wooden boatbuilding will be demonstrated by Cottrell Boatbuilding.  Artisan Days is a collaboration with Boothbay Railway Village in Boothbay, Maine and is sponsored by Knickerbocker Group: Designers, Builders, Cabinetmakers, Caretakers.  This program is free with PMM admission.

Wednesday, August 6th and 20th at 11:00 am: The Herring Are In! is a children’s craft program based on fishing for herring.  Make a weir and learn how to fish!   This program is free with PMM admission.

Friday, August 8th at 1:00 pm join author Lucinda Hathaway for a fun filled afternoon of high seas adventure and travel-inspired art.  Lucinda will lead a workshop teaching children how to make a watercolor travel journal, and she will read from her two children’s sailing adventure books, one of which has a chapter set in Searsport!  This program is free with PMM admission.

Wednesday, August 13, 11:00 am to noon, bring your children to Weave a Wristband with Alice Seeger.  Use a simple loom to weave your own colorful wristband!  Spinning sheep’s wool and weaving warm coverlets was an essential task for fending off Maine’s winter chill.  Learn about weaving and spinning.  This program is free with PMM admission.

Friday, August 15, 10:30 am is Art in the Gallery.  Bring your children and join Heather Davis in making an art project based on an object in the PMM collection.  This program is free with PMM admission.

Friday, August 22, 10:30 pm: Children’s Reading Corner.  Come listen to excerpts from the children’s classic One Morning in Maine read out loud.  This program is free with PMM admission.

Saturday, August 23, 2:00 pm: Talk and Book Signing: 1816: The Year That Summer Never Came.  This story, by author Mayra Donnell, is of a young girl who records in her diary what Maine life was like in the bizarre weather of the year 1816.  In the summer of 1816, instead of scorching summers, they experienced ice and frozen apple blossoms in May and a snow storm in June.  Learn the true story of why 1816 was a year of unusual weather.  In PMM’s Main Street Gallery.  Admission free.

The Penobscot Marine Museum is in Searsport, Maine and has seven new exhibits and over fifty programs and events during the 2014 season.  Its three acre, ten building campus is on Route One in Searsport, and is open Monday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm, and Sunday noon to 5:00 pm through Sunday, October 19.   PMM admission is free to Searsport residents.


Girl Meets World "Girl Meets the Truth" Airs TONIGHT August 1st

Fans of the Disney Channel series 'Girl Meets World' will be able to watch an new episode tonight at 8:30pm ET/PT entitled "Girl Meets the Truth". After Cory teaches a lesson on truth, Riley and Maya struggle with whether or not it was right to lie to Farkle and tell him he's a good actor and if Maya should keep the locket she found, even though it doesn't belong to her.

This series stars Rowan Blanchard as Riley Matthews, Sabrina Carpenter as Maya, Peyton Meyers as Lucas Friar, August Maturo as Auggie Matthews, and Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage reprising the "Cory and Topanga" roles they made famous in ABC's hugely-popular sitcom "Boy Meets World" (1993-2000).
Photos Credit: Disney Channel

Camden Public Library Events August 7 through August 21

Thursday, August 7

The Alice Limoges Band performs for the Summer Concert Series, 7:00 pm in the Camden Amphitheatre. Bring blankets or chairs for seating; if the weather is rainy the concert will be indoors. Sponsored by the Camden Public Library and Allen Insurance & Financial.


Friday, August 8

Nine-person trombone ensemble “The Gazebones” in free concert in the Camden Amphitheatre, 1:30 pm.

Camden Shakespeare Festival  presents “As You Like It” in the Camden Amphitheater, 6:00 pm. For reservations call 207-464-0008; tickets are also available at the library and at the door. The Camden Public Library is the venue sponsor for the Shakespeare performances.


Sunday, August 10

Camden Shakespeare Festival  presents “As You Like It,” in the Camden Amphitheater, 5:00 pm. For reservations call  207-464-0008.


Monday, August 11

Free Movie in the Park: “October Sky” (1999; 108 minutes; PG). 8:00 pm in the Camden Amphitheatre; bring blankets or chairs for seating; rain or shine. Sponsored by Camden Public Library and Allen Insurance & Financial.


Tuesday, August 12

Regular meeting of the Reading Group of the Camden Philosophical Society, 4:00 pm at the Camden Public Library, all are welcome.

Maine Historical Society presentation on “The Maine Memory Network,” how to participate online and contribute photos and local history. 7:00 pm at the Camden Public Library.


Wednesday, August 13

Wednesday in the Park concert features Miners Creek Band, bluegrass and more, hosted by Camden Parks & Recreation, 5:00 pm in the Camden Amphitheatre.


Thursday, August 14

Dana and Susan Robinson in a free concert in the Camden Amphitheater, 7:00 pm, hosted by the Camden Public Library, featuring guitar playing, banjo frailing, fiddling, and harmony singing. Bring blankets or chairs for seating; the concert will be indoors if it is rainy. Sponsored by Allen Insurance & Financial.


Saturday, August 16

Ninth Annual Children’s Book Fair by the Sea at the Camden Public Library, 1:00-4:00 pm, with authors and illustrators Lucinda Hathaway; Jane Cowen-Fletcher; Chris Van Dusen; Josh Aves; and Fran Hodgkins.


Sunday, August 17

Free performance in the Camden Amphitheatre by Jason Dean, featuring electronic music. 1:00 pm.


Monday, August 18

Free performance of “Pantalone for Governor” in the Camden Amphitheatre by the commedia dell’arte actors of the Rolling Stock Company, 3:30 pm.

The Monday Night Jazz Orchestra (Mojo) performs a free concert in the Camden Amphitheatre, 6:00 pm. Bring blankets or chairs for seating.


Tuesday, August 19

 “Just Teachers” band performs concert in the Camden Amphitheatre to benefit heart patient, 5:30 pm. (August 20 rain date).


Tuesday, August 19

Dave Cheever, Maine State Archivist, presents “One Month – How Maine Prepared for Civil War,” 7:00 pm at the Camden Public Library, as part of the library’s Civil War Series.


Thursday, August 21

“Lincoln: Evolution of a President” public lecture by Erin Bishop, former Education Director of the Lincoln Library and Museum in Illinois, 7:00 pm at the Camden Public Library, as part of the library’s Civil War Series.


9th Annual Children’s Book Fair


9th Annual Children’s Book Fair By the Sea August 16

The Camden Public Library, in partnership with the Owl & Turtle Bookshop, is pleased to host the Ninth Annual Children’s Book Fair By the Sea on Saturday, August 16, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. This celebratory event for children, families, and lovers of children’s books will feature area authors and illustrators. Readings and presentations of their work will take place in the library  rotunda every 20 minutes throughout the program. The book fair will be held in the Jean Picker Room, with opportunities to meet authors and illustrators, and to purchase books to have personally signed. 

The list of authors and illustrators will include: Lucinda Hathaway, 1:10 pm; Jane Cowen-Fletcher, 1:40; Chris Van Dusen, 2:10; Josh Aves, 2:40; and Fran Hodgkins, 3:10.

“Join us for this special opportunity,” says children’s librarian Amy Hand, “to celebrate the many joys of children’s books and the people who bring them to life!”  For more information please contact Amy Hand at the Camden library, 236-3440.


VIDEO and GALLERY: 2014 Maine Sea Goddess Coronation

Rockland, Maine - This is it the night that our 15 Sea Princesses have been working toward for the last six weeks.  All the meetings, the practices, the preparation and all those facts and history to learn, all leading op to the 2014 Sea Goddess Coronation.

Maine Sea Goddess 2014 is Abby Megan Hersom of Rockland.
Abby is a 2014 graduate of Oceanside High School. Her parents are Michael and Hope Hersom. school activities included Softball, Cross-Country, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, volunteering, Student Government.  She was the President of the National Honor Society and STEM/LA Endorsement Committee member.  Her hobbies include Running, Yoga, Baking, Skiing, Hiking, and Painting.  She is employed by the Samoset Resort.  She plans to attend Stonehill College and to major in Health Care Administration.  Abby’s sponsors are F/V Superstition IV of Spruce Head and Glen Cove Dental Associates.

Samantha Greer Dienesch-Calamari of Owls Head was crowned as your 2014 Crown Princess. She  is a 2014 graduate of Oceanside High School.

She's the daughter of George and Karen Dienesch-Calamari.  Her school activities included being a member of Key Club, Student Government, National Honor Society, Math Team, Theatre, and the Track team.  Her hobbies include painting, acting in school plays, dancing, and volunteering in the community.  She is employed by Planet Toys. She plans to attend Wake Forest University as a pre-med major with the hopes of becoming an emergency room doctor.  Samantha’s sponsor is O’Hara Corporation.

Sienna Nicole Barstow of Thomaston was named Miss Congeniality 2014.
She is the daughter of Andy and Amy Barstow.  Her school activities included playing Soccer and Lacrosse, and being a member of Key Club and Trekkers. Her hobbies are volunteering, camping, swimming, working out, reading, rapping and hiking. Sienna is employed by the Monhegan Boat Line.  She plans to attend Endicott College to pursue a degree in Digital Journalism.  Sienna’s sponsor is Monhegan Boat Line in Saint George.

For all who were not able to attend the coronation we present the 2014 Maine Sea Goddess Coronation in it's entirety.

White House Schedule - August 1, 2014

President Barack Obama looks over merchandise in a display case at Cool Vintage Watches on Main Street, Parkville, Mo., July 30, 2014. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
In the afternoon, the President will sign S. 517, Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act, into law. 
2:00 PM
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest
Brady Press Briefing Room
3:45 PM
The President holds a bill signing
Oval Office


DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLIC SCHEDULE AUGUST 1, 2014

DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PUBLIC SCHEDULE
AUGUST 1, 2014

SECRETARY JOHN KERRY

Secretary Kerry is on travel to New Delhi, India, to participate in the 5th U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue, which he will co-chair with Indian Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj. Secretary Kerry is accompanied by Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia Affairs Nisha Biswal, Ambassador-at-large for Global Women’s Issues Catherine Russell, Ambassador-at-Large and Coordinator for Counterterrorism Tina Kaidanow, Special Representative for Commercial and Business Affairs Scott Nathan, Special Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern, Director of Policy Planning David McKean, and Spokesperson Jen Psaki.
9:00 a.m. LOCAL Secretary Kerry participates in a meet and greet with the staff and families of Embassy New Delhi, in New Delhi, India.
11:00 a.m. LOCAL Secretary Kerry meets with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in New Delhi, India.

DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE BILL BURNS
11:30 a.m. Deputy Secretary Burns attends a meeting at the White House.

DEPUTY SECRETARY HEATHER HIGGINBOTTOM
Deputy Secretary Higginbottom attends meetings and briefings, at the Department of State.

UNDER SECRETARY FOR POLITICAL AFFAIRS WENDY SHERMAN
Under Secretary Sherman attends meetings and briefings, at the Department of State and White House.

UNDER SECRETARY FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH, ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT CATHERINE NOVELLI
10:00 a.m.
 Under Secretary Novelli participates in a roundtable at the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP) Kick-Off event hosted by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, in Washington, DC.
2:00 p.m. Under Secretary Novelli meets with Executive Director of the Alliance for Fair Trade with India (AFTI) Brian Pomper, at the Department of State.
3:00 p.m. Under Secretary Novelli meets with German Ambassador to the U.S. Peter Wittig, at the Department of State.

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AFFAIRS WILLIAM BROWNFIELD
Assistant Secretary Brownfield accompanies Deputy Assistant to the President for Homeland Security Rand Beers to Mexico and Colombia from July 30 through August 2.

ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND NONPROLIFERATION TOM COUNTRYMAN
Assistant Secretary Countryman is on travel to Beijing, China to discuss a wide range of nonproliferation issues with his Chinese counterparts. He also participates in a roundtable with experts on nonproliferation from NGOs and academic institutions hosted by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

AMBASSADOR-AT-LARGE FOR GLOBAL WOMEN’S ISSUES CATHERINE RUSSELL
8:00 a.m. Ambassador Russell meets with Founder of Sakha Cabs for Women Meenu Vadera to discuss women-driven social entrepreneurship and women’s safety, in New Delhi, India.

SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS ANDREW O’BRIEN
3:00 p.m. LOCAL
 Special Representative O’Brien moderates a diaspora panel as part of his Global Diaspora Tour at the Sister Cities “Power of Digital Diplomacy” Annual Conference in San Jose, California.





"Red Sails In The Distance" The Maine Windjammer Project

"Red Sails In The Distance" by Doug Mills
Red sails in the distance as Angelique sails western Penobscot Bay.[ 07-15-2011]


www.mainewindjammerproject.com


Thursday, July 31, 2014

"Leaving Rockport" The Maine Windjammer Project

"Leaving Rockport" by Doug Mills
Olad leaving Rockport harbor as seen from the deck of the Lewis R. French. [07-15-2011]



Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Abby Megan Hersom Is Your 2014 Maine Sea Goddess

Rockland, Maine - Tonight your new Maine Sea Goddess 2014 is Abby Megan Hersom of Rockland. Abby is a 2014 graduate of Oceanside High School. Her parents are Michael and Hope Hersom. school activities included Softball, Cross-Country, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, volunteering, Student Government.  She was the President of the National Honor Society and STEM/LA Endorsement Committee member.  Her hobbies include Running, Yoga, Baking, Skiing, Hiking, and Painting.  She is employed by the Samoset Resort.  She plans to attend Stonehill College and to major in Health Care Administration.  Abby’s sponsors are F/V Superstition IV of Spruce Head and Glen Cove Dental Associates.

Samantha Greer Dienesch-Calamari of Owls Head was crowned as your 2014 Crown Princess. She  is a 2014 graduate of Oceanside High School.  The daughter of George and Karen Dienesch-Calamari.  Her school activities included being a member of Key Club, Student Government, National Honor Society, Math Team, Theatre, and the Track team.  Her hobbies include painting, acting in school plays, dancing, and volunteering in the community.  She is employed by Planet Toys. She plans to attend Wake Forest University as a pre-med major with the hopes of becoming an emergency room doctor.  Samantha’s sponsor is O’Hara Corporation.

Sienna Nicole Barstow of Thomaston was named Miss Congeniality 2014. She is a 2014 graduate of Oceanside High School. She is the daughter of Andy and Amy Barstow.  Her school activities included playing Soccer and Lacrosse, and being a member of Key Club and Trekkers. Her hobbies are volunteering, camping, swimming, working out, reading, rapping and hiking. Sienna is employed by the Monhegan Boat Line.  She plans to attend Endicott College to pursue a degree in Digital Journalism.  Sienna’s sponsor is Monhegan Boat Line in Saint George.

67th Maine Lobster Festival Officially Opened

Rockland, Maine - The 67th annual Maine Lobster Festival officially opened at noon today with the arrival of 2013 Sea Goddess Melissa Phibrook, King Neptune, Blackbeard and court by Coast Guard boat. Blackbeard raised the lobster festival flag in a small ceremony to officially open this great event.

Tonight is special as we will know the new 2014 Sea Goddess in the annual Sea Goddess Coronation at Fisherman's Memorial Pier. After

"Mercantile" The Maine Windjammer Project

"Mercantile" by Doug Mills
The schooner Mercantile sails from Rockland at the start of The Great Schooner Race. [07-06-2012]





67th Annual Maine Lobster Festival Kicks Off TODAY July 30th

Sea Goddess Coronation takes place on the
 festival opening day.
Photo from last year.
Rockland, Maine - It's that time of year again when harbor park is ready for the annual 5 day Maine Lobster Festival which kicks off today, Wednesday, July 30th. The festival is a great place to bring your family down for food, see artwork, live entertainment, activities for all ages such as rides, the Sea Goddess Coronation on opening day, King Neptune arriving at the main pier at noon and more.

Live entertainment have been lined up for all five days. Here is a look at who will be performing and other entertainment.

Wednesday:
Chaos Sauce - North Entertainment Tent
King Neptune arriving at the main pier around noontime.
Sea Goddess Coronation on the main stage which is the highlight of opening day. The coronation starts at 8pm.
Looking back to the festival grounds in 2013
before the annual crate race.

Thursday:
The Veayo Twins - Main Stage - 5-7pm
Chamberlain - North Entertainment Tent - 7:30-10pm
Amy Allen and Band - Main Stage - 7pm
Dave Mallett Band - Main Stage - 8pm
Mallett Brothers Band - Main Stage - 9pm

Friday:
Bert and I Co. - North Entertainment Tent - 1:30pm
Peter Mezolan - Main Stage - Welcoming Ceremony for the U.S.C.G Barge Eagle - Main Stage - 4pm
Creatures of Habit - North Entertainment Tent - 6-10pm
Daryle Singletary - Main Stage - 7:30pm
A contest falls off the crates during last
year's annual crate race.
Confederate Railroad - Main Stage - 8:30pm

Saturday:
Harborside Harmony - North Entertainment Tent - 2pm
Monday Night Jazz Orchestra - Main Stage - 2-3pm
John McDonald - 3pm
Steelin Thunder -North Entertainment Tent - 6-9pm
Runners completing during last year's 10k road race.
Johnny Winter Tribute - Main Stage - 7:30pm

Don 't forget about the big parade down Rockland main street around 10am.

Sunday:
Lauren Crosby on main stage at 12pm
Windjammer Chorus performs in the North Entertainment Tent at 1pm.
Breakers Jazz Ensemble on the main stage at 1:30pm

This year's Maine Lobster Festival is sure to have everything for all ages from food, entertainment to rides and more. You don't want to miss a thing. For more information on the festival and full schedule, please go to www.mainelobsterfestival.com.