Kristi’s Camden Calendar of Events

Camden Maine Events Calendar

Camden Maine Events Calendar, of course you can have you’re own lobster festival any time you come!

Camden Maine Event Calendar

Wondering what to do on the midcoast of Maine? Check out this Camden Maine event calendar for weekend activities, festivals, and all events for locals and visitors alike. Scroll Down for Listings of Current Events
Camden Maine is a unique place to live and visit. The Camden Maine event calendar highlights local happenings and events for both the visitor, and the resident of Camden Maine. While the event calendar is meant to show Camden Maine events, we also show events within access of the town of Camden itself. You will find events, including concerts, art events, festivals, and more in the towns of Rockland Maine, Lincolnville, Hope Maine, Warren Maine, Union Maine, Belfast Maine, Owls Head, and all the places in between.

Seasonal events to look for in our Camden Maine Event Calendar

Summer: Windjammer Festival, Lobster Festival. | Autumn: Harbor Arts, Blues Festival, Pop the Cork | Winter: Winterfest, US Toboggan Nationals

More than Just a Camden Maine Event Calendar

MyCamdenMaine is always looking for local information and events to share with our online community. If you hear of something you think people would

be interested in, or if you would like to promote your local event, please give us a call, or send us an email. We promote concerts, movies, festivals, art openings, and really anything people might want to know about.

Eating local in Maine Nina June Maine Cooking Class @ Nina June Restaurant
Mar 28 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Eating local in Maine Nina June Maine Cooking Class @ Nina June Restaurant  | Rockport | Maine | United States

Nina June is a short drive from Windward House B&B. Need an excuse to come to MidCoast Maine? Try a Maine cooking class.

Hello, spring! Our final class is a springtime salute to Maine farmers, the talented folks who keep us supplied with the finest kind of fruits and vegetables, not to mention tasty beef, pork, lamb, chicken and eggs. Actually, in late March we’re least likely to eat local, as we wait for the new harvest to begin. But we’ll look ahead to what’s in store in another few weeks. We’ll call on a talented local farmer to join the group so be sure to have your garden questions ready.

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