We haven’t forgotten you, and we are hard at work to make sure the 2015 Maine Whoopie Pie Festival is the biggest and best event yet! As you prepare for a new year chock full of Food, Music, Fun, and of course Whoopie Pies, enjoy this look back at last year’s festival. Face it, even a few days late, this is WAY better than a fruitcake.
Here’s a small sample of the sights and sounds of the 2014 Maine Whoopie Pie Festival. STAY TUNED for more updates on our winners, stats from the events, more pictures, and much, much more. Make sure to subscribe to this site for easy updates right in your inbox! Just find the “Email Subscription” box in the right-hand sidebar and follow the super-simple directions. With a tentative count of over 7500 attendees, the 2014 festival was by far the biggest and best one yet. We can’t wait for next year!!!
Thousands of people filled the great little downtown in Dover-Foxcroft Saturday for the annual Maine Whoopie Festival. When I got there, the place was packed, in spite of the fact it was pouring out!
My first order of business was to buy an umbrella -ella -ella -ay -ay -ay. All the store had left was ladybugs, flowers and frogs. I opted for the frog and commenced to make my way into the action with my umbrella, complete with big bulging eyes, wide open. It got several smiles and comments from people. I knew I’d made the right choice.….Continue Reading….
We all had an amazing time at the 2013 Maine Whoopie Pie Festival. Stay tuned to the site for updates about the winners of the various contests, a few numbers and statistics, lots of photos, and even more praise for all of our AMAZING VOLUNTEERS! We couldn’t do it without so many great people pitching in and contributing their time and efforts. WHOOPIE!!!
Join us for an evening with AZTEC TWO-STEP Live in Concert at the Center Theatre!! For more info or to purchase your tickets, CLICK HERE to visit the Center Theatre website.
In 1972 Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman burst on the scene with their self-titled debut on Elektra Records. That, and their subsequent albums for RCA Records were staples of progressive FM and college radio and helped to bring the music of the 1960s into the ’70s and beyond. After four decades of accolades, they are more than ever defined by intelligent songwriting, dazzling acoustic lead guitar and inspiring harmonies, and continue to be one of acoustic music’s most respected and enduring acts.
“The secret of Aztec Two-Step’s longevity isn’t just the harmony between Rex and Neal, it’s also the quality of the songs” – John Platt, WFUV