Summer weather blesses Blue Hill Fair
Five days of 70 degrees and sun brought out the crowds to the Blue Hill Fair, held from Thursday, August 31 to Labor Day, Monday, September 4, at the Blue Hill fairgrounds. “The weather has been our best friend,” said Blue Hill Fair Vice President Erik Fitch. Fitch said that the turnout numbers were “a lot, a lot,” noting lines at all the food vendors and rides on Monday.
Micro Wrestling All-Stars
Tyson Phoenix flies over Doomsday in front of a full grandstand audience during Micro Wrestling All-Stars on September 4. Micro Wrestling All Stars travels across the US providing full throttle wrestling entertainment.
Blue Hill Fair
People of all ages line up for carnival rides at the Blue Hill Fair.
Mac the pig
Les Kimes presents Mac the pig, who poses for the crowd during The Pork Shop Revue, a hog and pig trick show which competed on America’s Got Talent.
Jordan Camber, background, announces the action in the two-person crosscut race featured in the Great Maine Lumberjack Show. Lumberjacks and jills, from left, are Abby Stevens, John Bateman, Ralphie Hattershide and Emily Dobbs. The show includes traditional lumberjack games including hot saw cutting, the ax throw, speed carving and log rolling.
Youngsters flocked to rides like the alligator rollercoaster.
Whoopie pie contest
Bethany Cormier, left, and Heather Cormier, middle, receive their prizes for the non-traditional whoopie pie contest from Christy Jordan-Rebar. Bethany Cormier claimed first prize over former-champion Heather Cormier, who is also her aunt, with her cinnamon roll whoopie pies.