Highlights from the 2012 Blue Hill Fair
Famous fair food
Brooksville resident Frank Snow enjoys some fair food from the Billing’s Booth. The Billings family has been serving tasty treats at the Blue Hill Fair since 1949.
How could you not have fun?
How could you not have fun? From the Ferris wheels to the Scrambler to the “Pop a balloon and win a prize” booths, the Midway at the Blue Hill Fair had something for fairgoers of all ages.
Ari Leach of Blue Hill
Ari Leach of Blue Hill, “Kitten” reserve champion of this year’s Women’s Skillet Toss at the Blue Hill Fair on Sunday, September 2.
XDP diesel powered monster truck
XDP diesel powered monster truck stole the show at this year’s fair.
Judy Brewer of the Stonington Fire Department sells pull-tab tickets at the Blue Hill Fair on Saturday, September 1. Brewer said attendance at the Fair seemed sluggish Friday and Saturday.
Charlie Deans manned the Penobscot Fire Department booth
Charlie Deans manned the Penobscot Fire Department booth well into darkness on Friday, August 31, at the Blue Hill Fair.
Alison Allen ran her native fruit jam stand
Alison Allen, of Penobscot, at top, ran her native fruit jam stand out of the local farm booth, handing out her blueberry jam on crackers to any and all passersby.
Castine Grange at the Blue Hill Fair
The Castine Grange took the blue ribbon for its exhibit on “The History of the Grange Stores” at the Blue Hill Fair. Creating the presentation were Gloria Hatch, Evelyn Thompson and Jackie Billings, with help from a host of other Grange members.