After a 3-year hiatus, this fun event is back in Dover-Foxcroft!

The Maine Highlands Council for the Arts is bringing back The Fall Folk Festival, from 2-8 p.m. on Saturday, at the Central Hall Commons, in Dover-Foxcroft

The Festival has the best elements of a quality craft fair, along with showcases and demonstrations by the vendors and craftspeople who are participating.

Among the vendors will be woodworkers, maple syrup producers, fiber arts, stone sculptures by Penobscot sculptor Tim Shay, and much more.

There will be live music throughout the day, from the local ukulele club to Gypsy Soul Blues, Argentine tango, and traditional Korean dance. Roberta Jarvis will present the Piscataquis County Song as well! The evening will feature the headline group New Relm with their beloved blend of country and western style music.

Home -baked goods, chili (both meat and vegetarian options) and coffee, tea, and cider will be available for sale.

Music & Dance:

  • 2pm-Penquis Ukelele Players
  • 2:50pm-Some Reel People
  • 3:40pm-Roberta Jarvis & Monson Jammers
  • 4:00pm-Troy Youngblood
  • 5:00pm-ShiwaNoh & Tim Shay, Argentine & Korean Traditional Dance
  • 6pm-New Relm

Artisans & Crafters:

  • Skincare
  • Maple Products
  • Silk Scarves
  • Fiber Arts
  • Folk Arts
  • Leatherwork
  • Decoupage
  • Baked Goods
  • Demonstrations
  • Cider

The Fall Folk Festival is a major fundraiser for the Maine Highlands Council for the Arts and the Central Hall Commons. A small admission will be charged for the whole day.

Suggested donation will be $5 per person, $8 per family, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

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