St. George Days Events 2017

THURSDAY, JULY 13

5-7pm Eastern Star Public Dinner & Raffle Masonic Hall, Watts Ave. Meat or Vegetable
lasagna, adults $10, children $6

FRIDAY, JULY 14

6:30-8:30pm Dance party at Town Office parking lot. DJ Dan Miller and Malia Dell will be
entertaining us, Mike Mayo will have his food booth with hamburgers, hot dogs and
other goodies available for purchase. Attendance is free and fun for the whole family!

SATURDAY, JULY 15

7-9am Pancake breakfast at the Town Office to benefit St. George Youth and Scouting.
8:15am Half Mile Fun Run for kids. Meet at Drift Inn Beach, Port Clyde.
8:30am Marshall Point 5K Lighthouse Loop. Meet at Drift Inn Beach, Port Clyde.
9am-4pm Jackson Memorial Library Book Fair. Raffle drawings at 1pm, Art Auction
closes at 2pm. 71 Main Street, Tenants Harbor.
9am-5pm Meet your local fisherman. Sponsored by the Midcoast Maine Fishing Heritage
Alliance, a non-profit educational foundation. Midcoast maine fishermen will have their
boats at  the Miller’s dock float all day to meet the public and talk about fishing.
10am Local crafters’ tables at Town Office parking lot.
11am Main Street parade and float contest.
1st place prize: $100, 2nd place prize $50
Entrants may pick up a number in the parade line before the parade. To enter, contact
Becky at 542-4749.
Maine St. Andrews Pipes & Drums Band in the parade and concert afterwards.
Playin’ Possum band after the parade.
Post parade children’s activities sponsored by Harmony Bible Church.
Visit the Historical Society School House Museum after the parade.
11am-7 pm Annual Firemen’s Association lobster dinner fundraiser.
12-2pm Dunk tank. Sponsored by St. George Recreation Department to benefit
St. George Fire and Ambulance.
At Dusk: Spectacular fireworks over Tenants Harbor!

SUNDAY, JULY 16

12-1:00pm Home Run Derby at the big ball field, $10 per person
1pm Third Annual Tim Holmes Memorial slow pitch softball game for ages 18 and older.
$10 per person, with all proceeds donated to the St. George Fire and Ambulance in
memory of Tim Holmes.

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