Grand Lake Stream Area Chamber of Commerce.

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15 Water Street
Unit 3
Grand Lake Stream,
ME 04668
Grand Lake Stream events

Calendar of Events:

February 2015
2 Free Fishing Days to be announced by IF&W On these days residents, nonresidents and aliens may fish without a license (except those whose license has been revoked)

March 18, 2015
Tour of Pleasant River Lumber's Dover-Foxcroft Mill
432 Milo Rd Dover-Foxcroft
11:00am - 1:00pm

April 16, 2015
FrogWatch USA Volunteer Training
Saturday, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
School Building, Water St, Grand Lake Stream
The Downeast Lakes Land Trust invites everyone with a passion for wildlife, and a warm place in their hearts for frogs and toads, to become a FrogWatch USA volunteer. FrogWatch USA is part of an international citizen science program in which individuals and families learn about wetlands and help conserve amphibians

June - September 2015
Princeton Farmer's Market
Located in the small town of Princeton at the West Street ball field. Thursdays 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. Fresh produce, maple syrup, flowers, baked goods and crafts from local vendors. Grand Opening July 4th with BBQ, live music with Dusty's Jamboree and Friends.

July 4, 2015
Grand Lake Stream America 4th of July Celebration
Race for Grand Lake Stream for Walkers and Runners sponsored by Downeast Lakes Land Trust

July 2015
Princeton Flea Market
Andrews Ball field, Princeton

July 18-19, 2015
Indian Heritage Days
The sixth annual Wabanaki cultural arts and heritage days celebration Located on Passamaquoddy Tribal Lands, Indian Township on Rural Route 1 Just North of Princeton Maine

Cultural crafts from the Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Maliseet, and Micmac tribes: traditional handcrafted one-of-a-kind ash splint and sweet grass baskets (note that some of these basketmakers have items in the Smithsonian), flutes, dream catchers, birch bark baskets, beaded jewelry, wood carvings, curly bowls, native dolls, walking sticks, art works and display of numerous books about Maine Tribes.
Demonstrations: making traditional baskets, pounding ash, bead working, flute and drum making, and birch bark canoe making.
Presentations: Native story telling, Native shawl dancing, drumming, archeological finds, Passamaquoddy medicine and videos featuring Native American stories.

July 25-26, 2015
Grand Lake Stream Folk Art Festival
Twenty-first year
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Over 60 vendors--Folk Arts, Music Performances, Quilts, Canoes, Cultural Exhibits

August 15 2015 (Rain Date August 22)
Town of Princeton Summer Festival
Sponsored by Friends of Princeton Group.
A day of activities/games/food/raffles for all ages.

September 12, 2015 Saturday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
A special tea and hat social at the Bellmard Inn to celebrate the historical aspect of the Bellmard Inn's first owner, Flora Belmore, who was the first woman to have a business in the town of Princeton. This is a free event with donations accepted for the Princeton Library.

December 2015
Tree Lighting at Legacy Square
Carol Singing, tree lighting, Santa Clause and cookies and cocoa