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The 4th Of July Is Aproaching Fast, Events, Happenings In The Houlton Maine Area To Consider.

No concrete plans for the 4th of July and looking for a place to get out of town, not spend all outdoors and have some family fun..well, seriously consider Houlton Maine's 4 day long ME state fair this year

mcgills community band, houlton me

Here are some local ME community videos of part of the celebration from Midnight Madness, Fairgrounds / Maine State Fair Exhibits/Demolition Derby, 4th of July Houlton ME Parade, Merchant Sales. 

For a day by day breakdown of events from Thursday July 1st thru Sunday July 4th, visit the Houlton Maine Agricultural Fair site

You sense a great kid oriented portion of the celebration over the Houlton Maine 4th of July with 4H shows for animals, art, cooking, lawn mower races, pig scrambles, alligator exhibits, pie eating, sack races, egg toss and a slew of Midway rides to go with all the games of skill.

But antique car shows, the demolition derby, pleasure /draft horse shows, antique farm tractors, karoake, musical acts, beano, cash cube, baked bean contests, concerts will make other houlton maine 4th of july parade watchersmembers of the family want to be at Community Park in Houton Maine over the 4th of July.  

The big parade with free Houlton Farms Dairy ice cream or lemonade some years, Andy's IGA free watermelon lasts two hours. That gives you an idea of the length, time put in to this celebration along with the largest first works north of Portland ME year after year.

Hats off to the Houlton Fair ME committee that works year round to make the next event bigger and better than ever.

Weather is predicted to be clear, sunny to maximize the fun Houlton ME fun, memories this year. Round up your friends, family and plan to be 4th of july houlton me paradein Houton Maine for an old fashioned 4th of July with plenty of free and low cost events so everyone has fun without over spending.

Maine, home made fun without a giant price tag. Can you tell we are in Red Sox Nation in the parade watchers group picture above?

Snapped this while pulling a little league float full of ballpayers. Looking forward to seeing old class mates, out of town family, and taking in the four day fair events. And maybe eating one or two of those italian sausages with all the grilled onions, green and red peppers too. What are you doing over the 4th of July this year? You are personally invited to Houlton Maine, Aroostook County.

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Comment balloon 5 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • June 28 2010 04:41PM

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Great pictures ... looks like fun!
Posted by Pippa Mac, The Woodlands TX Real Estate (Chevaux Group Realtor, The Woodlands and Spring) about 10 years ago

Andy.....the residents of Houlton Maine must love the job you do of promoting their area and their activities....you do a great job....

are you going to Rain Camp so I can meet you in person?????   I know it's a very long trip.....

Posted by Barbara Todaro, Marketing Agent for The Todaro Team (RE/MAX Executive Realty ) about 10 years ago

Andrew, If anyone is saying bored on the 4th in your area I would say they are the one with the problem.

Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) about 10 years ago

Andrew - On July 1, everyone can celebrate Canada Day in Hartland, New Brunswick and surrounding area and then cross the border and celebrate Independence Day in Houlton, Maine.

Posted by FN LN about 10 years ago

Rain camp...him, thought I attended every day! Hartland is pretty close by and will check it out. Hartland, home of the longest covered wooden bridge spanning the St John River in New Brunswick. Two boys used the Hartland Ice Arena as their home ice for two seasons while new Houlton arena was being built.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) about 10 years ago

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