Welcome to the
Boothbay Region..

...our little bit of heaven on the mid-coast of Maine - away from all the hustle and bustle of wherever you have traveled from.

Thanks to our members, we are happy to offer this listing of local businesses for residents and for your convenience during your visit.

During the in-season please call us at 207-633-4743 or stop by our Chamber office on Route 27 in Boothbay. You may contact us by email year-round. We look forward to welcoming you!

We hope you enjoy our little paradise while you are our guests and we look forward to seeing you again in the near future!


~ The Boothbay Region Information Center/Chamber

Fall Foliage Festival

47th Annual Fall Foliage Festival 2014

It's time once again for the region's Fall Foliage Festival - our 47th year! The Boothbay Information Center along with the Boothbay Railway Village co–sponsor this true New England Craft Fair! Every Columbus Day Weekend for nearly half a century the Museumís Village Green has welcomed dozens of vendors with handmade items and fabulous food along with a wide variety of live entertainment. The children's area promises to be fun and entertaining for the younger crowd!

The beautiful crafts, art, and great eats are center stage on the Village Green surrounded by the historic buildings and structures of the Boothbay Railway Village. Rides on the narrow gauge steam train and the opportunity for guests to explore exhibits detailing Maineís railroad heritage, interpreting village life, and displaying more than 55 antique automobiles set this event apart.

The addition of craft demonstrations continue this year. "You Got it From Me" Raku Pottery from Kennebunkport will demonstrate glazing and furling. Visitors will also see beeswax candles being dipped by Marc Plaisted of Pittston. Demonstrations will continue throughout the two days.

Foodies will delight in the traditional coastal offerings of lobster rolls, hot cider, fish chowder, kettle corn, and much more.

As always, children will have great fun in the children's area with face painting, lawn games, treasure hunts and more 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m., and Sunday 11:15–4:00.

Musician appearances:
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Saturday

10:00–10:30ish: Noel Arrington and Gabe Tonon

11:00: Noel Arrington and Gabe Tonon

12:00: Kaity Newell and the Oyster Creek Fiddlers

1:00: Boothbay Region Alumni Band

2:00–4:00: The Holy Mackerels: Mark Stover, Arthur Webster, Paul D’Alessio, and Steve Jones

Sunday

10:00: Tyler Richards

11:00–1:00 Murky Water Band: Tim Sprague, Dicky Spofford, Jackson Gay

1:00–3:00: The Space Heaters: Ronny Arsenault, Pete Thayer, Bob Knowles, and Dave Rawson

Consider all this for a mere two-dollar entrance fee for those over 12 years of age.

Come experience an entertaining weekend with all proceeds to benefit the Boothbay Information Center and the Railway Museum.

Attention Vendors: Download your 2014 Fall Foliage Festival Application HERE.

Fall Foliage Festival 2013