We’ve compiled Maine events happening in July to celebrate the summer season. Explore events including the Yarmouth Clam festival, Kennebunk & Kennebunkport Art Walk, and Moxie Festival!
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July 1 – July 4, 2022
Bath’s “biggest celebration of the year, circling around Independence Day. Free concerts, Art in the Park, Kids Day, Antique Car Show, Maine’s Largest Parade, Smokey’s Greater Shows Carnival and Fireworks!”
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July 8, 2022
Kennebunk & Kennebunkport, Maine
“Walk from art studios to galleries in Kennebunk’s Lower Village and Kennebunkport’s Dock Square and out Ocean Avenue, and in to downtown Kennebunk from 5 to 7 p.m. Art Trail of Kennebunk’s Maps are available at the galleries, the Kennebunk’s Chamber of Commerce and online. Admission is free and the Village Art Walk is open to everyone- art lovers, aficionados and newbies, thanks the galleries and sponsors.”
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July 8 – July 10, 2022
Come to Lisbon, Maine to enjoy “three days of wicked cool Moxie Events!” Learn more about this quintessential Maine event below!
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July 15 – July 17, 2022
A Maine Summertime Tradition Since 1965, Yarmouth Clam Festival offers entertainment, craft booths, competitions, clams, & more to help raise money for over 35 local non-profit organizations. Come enjoy a weekend full of fun!
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July 16, 2022
Come experience a “wide variety of garden styles and plant types amid lovely natural settings hidden from view behind stone walls, seaside cottages, and privacy hedges. The magical garden settings include an abandoned granite quarry, a historic riverfront home, a wooded wonderland, and yards with sweeping ocean and harbor views.”
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July 16 – July 17, 2022
“The North Atlantic Blues Festival is an annual two-day blues music festival featuring national blues performers and considered one of the most prestigious on the East Coast. The festival is held at the Public Landing in Rockland, Maine, overlooking the picturesque Rockland Harbor.”