Kristi’s Camden Calendar of Events

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.

Jul
31
Fri
Grape Affair Maine Event @ Cellardoor Winery
Jul 31 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This great Camden Maine event reported by MyCamdenMaine.com courtesy of MaineWine.com. The Event Description is:
Cellar Door Winery Events Grape Affair Maine Event
Grab your boots and get ready to kick up your heels — Cellardoor is going a little bit country! Spend an idyllic summer evening of dinner and dancing as the sun sets over our vineyard in Lincolnville. Delicious Southern-inspired savory and sweet treats will be prepared by  Megunticook Market and paired with Cellardoor wines. And as day turns to night, the stage will light up for an evening of dancing to live music (entertainment TBA).  Seats for this beautiful al fresco event are limited, so early reservations are recommended!
More details for this event provided by Cellar Door Winery.

Lodging for this Event

The Best B&B in Maine to stay at for this event is Windward House B&B in Camden. For a list of dog friendly hotels in Camden Maine, check out CamdenMaineBnB.com
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Aug
1
Sat
A Feast in Honor of Marcella Hazan Cooking Class @ Salt Water Farm
Aug 1 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
A Feast in Honor of Marcella Hazan Cooking Class @ Salt Water Farm  | Lincolnville | Maine | United States

While in culinary school, I was asked to write an essay about the person I was most inspired by and that was Marcella Hazan, the famous Italian home cook, who shared traditional Italian recipes with the world through classes and cookbooks. In this class, we will recreate some of Marcella’s tried and true Italian recipes and feast in her honor. Dishes may include bagna cauda, pollo alla cacciatora (Hunter’s Wife’s Chicken), spinach salad with oregano vinaigrette, roasted potatoes with homemade lemon olive oil, chocolate-almond cookies.

Aug
8
Sat
Cobblers, Buckles and Grunts Maine Cooking Class @ Salt Water Farm
Aug 8 @ 11:00 pm – Aug 9 @ 3:00 pm
Cobblers, Buckles and Grunts Maine Cooking Class @ Salt Water Farm | Lincolnville | Maine | United States

Maine has a long tradition of pie making and out of it have come several varieties with names like slumps, grunts, buckles, cobblers and crisps. What they all share in common is fruit and some sort of pastry dough, whether in the form of a pie crust, a biscuit or a cake. This class celebrates the precious berry season in Maine by walking students through three heavenly recipes that will win the affections of any crowd.

This Maine cooking class takes place at the Salt Water Farm in Lincolnville Maine. The Farm is an easy 15 minute drive from the Camden Windward House Bed and Breakfast.

Aug
15
Sat
A Feast in August: entertaining with Ease – Salt Water Farm @ Salt Water Farm
Aug 15 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
A Feast in August: entertaining with Ease - Salt Water Farm @ Salt Water Farm | Lincolnville | Maine | United States

In this class, we will discuss how to gracefully prepare a four course meal for a table full of hungry guests. We will discuss shopping, timing, execution and presentation. For many, entertaining can be daunting, but through this class you will gain a more meaningful and measured approach to hosting your own parties. Dishes may include ricotta and fava bean toasts, wild mushroom and summer savory polenta, summer succotash, seared cod with swiss chard and creamed corn, nectarine cake with mascarpone cream.

Aug
29
Sat
Provincial Cooking – Salt Water Farm @ Salt Water Farm
Aug 29 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Provincial Cooking - Salt Water Farm @ Salt Water Farm | Lincolnville | Maine | United States

I fell in love with food at the impressionable age of 18, while living in Aix-en-Provence. The open air markets, adorned with piles of fresh produce, game from the hills, bouquets of lavender, cases of wonderfully stinky cheeses and cured meats, beautifully woven breads, and barrels of herbs and spices filled the streets. I took my first cooking classes in Provence, where I learned how to make the perfect crab bisque and the stiffest of chocolate soufflés. This class celebrates that time in my life, the culinary traditions of Provence and the agricultural bounty of August in Maine. Dishes may include ratatouille, the perfect roast chicken, lavender roast potatoes with aioli and chocolate soufflé.

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