Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017
Come to Lincoln this summer and enjoy our regional attractions!
The 2017 Lincoln Homecoming Loon Festival, July 20-23. The festival is fantastic for kids and families with 4 days of music, vendors, fireworks, food, parade, contests, beach activities, more. Celebrate Maine’s logging heritage with the state’s oldest River Driver’s Supper - the 70th year of traditionally prepared bean-hole beans and biscuits.
Fishing. We have world class salmon, bass, trout, and white perch fishing. The Katahdin Bass Masters are hosting an open Bass Tournament Father's Day Weekend, June 17 – 18. Free fishing weekend is June 3 – 4.
Enjoy our ATV trails, open May 15. Trail maps available at local businesses. The Penobscot Off Road Riders present a free ATV Safety Training and Lunch Saturday, May 6 at American Legion Post 97.
Capture a selfie with our famous 13-foot Lincoln Loon on Mattanawcook lake. #lincolnloon
Lincoln Snowhound’s Canoe Race, June 3. Registration starts at 6:30 am from the Winn boat landing to the South Lincoln boat landing.
Enjoy the beauty of Lincoln from the air! Join us at the Lincoln Regional Airport for the Seaplane Base Fly-In/Camp-Out, held June 23 – 25.
Pick up Fresh produce at the Farmers’ and Artisans' Market every Friday from 9 am – 1 pm, June 16 – September 29 in Lincoln’s Veterans’ Square.
The Lincoln Knights of Columbus host Music Jams every other Wednesday starting May 3 from 6 – 9 pm. Bring your instrument, or sing along and show your talent.
Lee, Burlington, Springfield
For music lovers, the Sleeping Bear Campground in Lee is hosting a free Bluegrass Picking Party Saturday, June 24, from 11 am – 7 pm. Great time to sit back and enjoy some talented local Bluegrass!
The Penobscot Off Road Riders are hosting a Benefit Ride for Camp CaPella July 15 starting at the Clubhouse continuing to Sleeping Bear Lodging in Lee. $10 donation pig roast supper and live music by Country Camo, 4:30 – 6 pm.
Online applications accepted thru May 31 to attend free Summer Camp through the Sgt. Joel A. House Summer Camp Fund at www.sgtjoelhouse.com.
Beach N Barbecue day at Cole's Landing in Lee, June 1. Fun day with music, free barbecue, raffle prizes, and pie-in-the-face to benefit The Sgt. Joel A. House Summer Camp Fund.
Burlington’s July 4th celebration features a bean hole bean feed, grand parade, and much more fun!
The original country music outlaw, David Allen Coe, at the Springfield Fairground Saturday, July 15, from 7 – 11 pm. Coe wrote "Take This Job and Shove It" and had a bit hit with "You Never Even Called Me by My Name".