Waterford World's Fair

deep in historical roots, rich in tradition, committed to our agricultural heritage

 

JULY 15 - 17, 2016

Little Hands for Ag
Jaime Merrill, left, of Waterford helps Michael Conneely, 9, Fiona Conneely, 3, and Cian Conneely, 7, all of Waltham, Mass., get ready to "milk" a cow in the Little Hands for Agriculture exhibit at the Waterford World's Fair on Friday.

Waterford World's Fair

A World’s Fair? In North Waterford, Maine?

In 1850 when Tom Green started The Fair, Society was predominantly agricultural, the main focus of the Fair was to see who had the best animals, who grew the best crops, who did the best fancy work or had the best home making skills. The part of society that is agricultural has become so small that most people are unaware of the skill required to successfully be a Farmer.

The present Waterford World’s Fair is dedicated to preserving our rural heritage by showcasing what agriculture is all about.

 

 

2016 Schedule

There are many exciting events being added to this years schedule. A Day Full of Fiddling will be added for Sunday July 17th.  A Contest for young and old, some Gospel, Fiddlers Showcase, Beginners Instructional, Contra Dance, Open Mic and there will be an Instrument Repair Shop for the day also.  Click the link below to see the full schedule.  

 

Draft Horse Show, Pair to a wagon
Pete Trip and Leah Haney