Last year all of our fairs were pretty much cancelled but, new dates for 2021's fair schedule were announced last month and we cannot wait to get out and enjoy some fair food, fair rides and community activities that we lost out on last year.

This year we have a full schedule of fairs running from June 17th through October 10th throughout the State of Maine for 2021. We can cautiously and carefully get back to fun like we used to have pre-pandemic like riding the Ferris wheel, eating some dough boys and taking on some challenges like arm wrestling competitions, skillet throwing, hammer tossing and all of our other favorite fair time activities we get to enjoy with our community.

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With summer fair season a few months away, we want to know, which fairs do you plan on going to this year? Vote now!

Luckily for the State of Maine, we get quite a few opportunities to enjoy a fair nearby since we have 20+ scheduled throughout the state every year. Maybe, you have multiple to choose from where you live in the state.

Get familiar with your favorite fairs and check out some you may have not visited in a while in our gallery below.  Click the title to go to each fair's website and mark on your calendar which fairs across the State of Maine you want to go to for the fair season to come.

Check out the full fair schedule for the State of Maine below and we'll see you on the midway!

Maine's Fair Schedule 2021

2021 will see the reopening of many events, including our annual fairs. Here's the list of this year's fair schedule and what to look forward to with each one.

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