Event organizers change plans, look to the future: Read list of impacted events here
2020 Sidewalk Arts Festival in Bangor
44th Annual Great Schooner Race and Parade of Sail both cancelled
Acadia's Annual Oktoberfest in Southwest Harbor
Acadia Birding Festival on MDI
Central Maine Egg Festival in Pittsfield
Dover-Foxcroft Shiretown Homecoming committee has cancelled the parade and fireworks scheduled for Aug. 1.
The Ellsworth Rotary Club has cancelled their 58th Annual Blueberry Pancake Breakfast that was scheduled to be held on Saturday, August 1st.
Ellsworth Antiques Show will not take place in August
Fort Halifax Days Festival in Winslow
Georges River Land Trust has cancelled the 29th Annual Gardens in the Watershed Tour that was scheduled for July
Great Falls Balloon Festival, Lewiston-Auburn
Kiwanis Karnival in Pittsfield
Lincoln Loon Festival
Machias Wild Blueberry Festival
Maine Boat and Home Show, Rockland
Maine Celtic Celebration in Belfast
Maine Lobster Festival in Rockland
Maine Wild Blueberry Festival
Margaretta Days Festival in Machias
Milbridge Days planned for July have been cancelled
North Atlantic Blues Festival in Rockland
Piscataquis River Festival
Potato Blossom Festival in Fort Fairfield
Riverfest in Old Town
Trenton Volunteer Fire Department members decided to cancel the June and July breakfasts.
Wilton Blueberry Festival
Winter Harbor Lobster Festival
Woodlawn's Black House in Ellsworth will not be open for tours
Yarmouth Clam Festival
BikeMaine 2020 will not be taking place this September
2020 Corporal Cole Memorial Run to be held as a virtual event that people can participate in any time from August 16th - August 23rd
TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race
The Beth Wright Cancer Resource Center's largest annual fundraising event, The Walk For Life in both Ellsworth and Addison, normally held in late May, have both been postponed. The group anticipates that both Walks will take place in September or October.
The Bay of Fundy International Marathon in Lubec
Bangor State Fair
Blue Hill Fair
Common Ground Country Fair
Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair
Harmony Free Fair
Houlton Agricultural Fiar
Northern Maine Fair in Presque Isle
Ossipee Valley Fair
Piscataquis Valley Fair
Washington County Fair
Waterford World's Fair
Maine State Federation of Firefighters Convention in Waldoboro
Maine Farm Days
Maine American Legion baseball season is cancelled for all sponsored games.
2020 Grand Lake Stream Folk Art Festival
Flash! In the Pans Steel Drum Band cancels their 2020 season
Stonington Opera House has decided to keep its doors closed through the end of August
Camp CaPella's board of directors has made the decision they won't open for the 2020 summer.
Funtown Splashtown USA in Saco will not open this summer
The Island Explorer bus system service for 2020 has been indefinitely postponed
Penobscot Narrows Observatory will remain closed until further notice
Wild Acadia Fun Park will not open this summer
2020 All Roads Music Festival in Belfast has been rescheduled from May 15-16 to Sept. 11-12
American Cancer Society Relay For Life live events across Maine have suspended their live events, and many now are participating on Sunday, June 7, 2020, in a virtual online experience called Hope From Home. Participants should register for their local event at http://RelayForLife.org and then on June 7 join the activities at https://bit.ly/RelayHopeFromHome.
Champion the Cure Challenge Goes Virtual for 2020- Pictures and videos of participants’ experiences will be shared at a virtual celebration on August 15. The virtual celebration will replace the in-person walk/run/cycle, paddle, and horseback trail ride events.
Common Ground Country Fair in Unity to be held in a virtual format September 25th through 27th.
Maine Whoopie Pie Festival in Dover-Foxcroft has been postponed until Saturday, October 3rd
Penobscot Marine Museum will delay its seasonal opening, tentative opening date is now June 30
The State of Maine Bicentennial Parade, originally scheduled for May 16 in Lewiston and Auburn, has been rescheduled for Aug. 15
***This list was compiled from a variety of sources including WMTW, Bangor Daily News, Kennebec Journal, and Village Soup. This list will be updated as additional events make announcements about the 2020 summer season.