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It features more than 70 juried • Fireworks fly at dusk, crafters and artists at the Wells at roughly 9:15 p.m., over Elementary School, 276 Sanford Kennebunk Beach, set off from Road, Wells, from 10 a.m. to 4 Narragansett Point on July 4. p.m., both days. There is no charge Fireworks can be viewed in both for parking or admission. For Kennebunk and Kennebunkport. more information, call 646-5172 • Heart of Biddeford’s Music or visit www.summersolsticecraftin the Park on Wednesday, July 6 from 5:30-7 p.m. will feature the • Waterboro’s Old Home Easy Money Band in Shevenell Days will take place on Friday and Park on Main Street. Saturday, July 8-9 on the grounds • The Wells Concert Series of Massabesic Middle School, takes place July 2 to Aug. 27 at 6:30 Old Alfred Road. There will be p.m. All concerts are free and held a parade, talent show and more. at Hope Hobbs Gazebo at Harbor For more information, visit www. Park, 331 Harbor Road, Wells., email oldSpectators may bring blankets, or chairs and picnics. On July 9 they check out its Facebook page. will feature Party Starters. For • The New England Moxie more information, call 646-2451 Congress comes to the Seashore or visit Trolley Museum to hold its • The annual Greek Festival annual meeting on July 10. Visit at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox the Moxie model railroad, see all Church, 186 Bradley St. in Saco, kinds of Moxie memorabilia and will be held July 8-10. The festival take a sip of Maine’s official soft features traditional Greek foods drink. Lunch service is provided and pastries, as well as cultural by Duffy’s Tavern & Grill. events including dancing and sing• Heart of Biddeford’s Music ing. in the Park takes place on • The annual Summer Solstice Wednesday, July 13 from 5:30-7 Craft show is set for July 9-10. p.m. in Shevenell Park on Main • Events, From Page 8

Journal Tribune - VACATIONER 9 Street in Biddeford and will feature Spectators may bring blankets, the Golden Oak. chairs and picnics. On July 16 they • Union Church in Biddeford will feature the Bel Airs. For more Pool holds a summer speakers information, call 646-2451 or visit series at the Union Church, 3 Stonecliff Road, Biddeford Pool. • The 14th annual “Val On Thursday, July 14, the speaker Ranco” Native American will be Hank Philippi Ryan, an Powwow is scheduled for July award-winning mystery/crime 16-17, featuring music, dance, novelist who is the author of crafts, demonstrations and more. eight novels including “Rights Sponsored by the Wells Chamber of Passage,” “Truth be Told” and of Commerce, the powwow is held “The Wrong Girl.” For advance at Wells Harbor Park, 331 Harbor tickets, contact Elaine Robinson at Road, Wells, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 283-1398 or erobinson4@maine. both days. For more information, When available, tickets can call 646-2451 or 603-528-3005, or be purchased at the door. Doors go to open and book sale begins at 7 • Music on Main Street, hosted p.m. by Biddeford Savings, is a lunch• The Alfred Festival will take time summer concert series in the place July 16-18. Events include: park adjacent to the bank at 254 food, music, a road race, crafts, Main St. in Biddeford. The free a tractor pull, an Antique Auto concerts take place on Thursdays, Show, a parade at 10 a.m. and July 18 to Aug. 1, with a kickoff other festival activities. For more on Wednesday, July 3, from 11:30 information, visit the Alfred a.m. to 1 p.m. Ned’s Bakes and Festival Facebook page. BBQs will provide a barbecue • The Wells Concert Series lunch for $5 with all the proceeds takes place July 2 to Aug. 27 at 6:30 from the lunch sales going to local p.m. All concerts are free and held charities. Doug Mitchell and Pete at Hope Hobbs Gazebo at Harbor Finkle perform on July 18. Park, 331 Harbor Road, Wells. • See Events, Page 18

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