There's just something about the smell of fried dough, the splash of the local fireman in a dunk tank, and the sound of screaming kids on a ride that has an unsettling creak that just feels like summer in Maine.

Brittany Rose

The Maine Association of Agricultural Fairs has released the full schedule of Maine Agricultural Fairs for the 2019 season which begins June 28th and runs through October 6th.

Monmouth Fair: June 13th-16th
Northern Maine Fair: June 28th-July 3rd
Houlton Agricultural Fair: July 4th-7th
Ossipee Valley Fair: July 11-14th
Waterford World's Fair: July 19th-21st
Pittston Fair: July 25th-28th
Bangor State Fair: July 25th-August 3rd
Topsham Fair: August 6th-11th
Skowhegan State Fair: August 8th-17th
Union Fair: August 17th-24th
Maine Farm Days: August 21st-22nd
Acton Fair: August 22nd-25th
Piscataquis Valley Fair: August 22nd-25th
Windsor Fair: August 29th-September 2nd
Blue Hill Fair: August 29th-September 2nd
Harmony Free Fair: August 30th-September 2nd
Springfield Fair: August 31st-September 1st
Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair: September 5th-8th
Litchfield Fair: September 6th-8th
Oxford Fair: September 11th-14th
New Portland Lions Fair: September 13th-15th
Farmington Fair: September 15th-21st
Common Ground Country Fair: September 20th-22nd
Cumberland Fair: September 22nd-28th
Fryeburg Fair: September 29th-October 6th

Whatever you're into- food trucks, horse races, bands, truck pulls, the demolition derby, or if you just want to feed a goat- Maine agricultural fairs have something for everyone!

Brittany Rose