Apple Pumpkin Festival

  • 13 Oct 2012
  • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Livermore Falls Rec Field

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APPLE PUMPKIN FESTIVAL RESCHEDULED: SAT., OCTOBER 13th

Your family, friends and neighbors will be gathering on September 29th from 10:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. on the Livermore Falls Recreation Fields to celebrate Fall in the Central Androscoggin River Valley. Sponsored by the Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce, the 2012 Apple Pumpkin Festival will feature a variety of vendors and craft artisans, agricultural products, historical and educational displays, seasonal decorations, antique tractors, raffles and plenty of food all day long! There will be local musicians entertaining throughout the day - many of your favorites are returning again this year.  Also returning, is the infamous Tiger Slide, as well as the Bounce House, Rat Race and Climbing Wall! 

Community events will include: 

  • Book Giveaway at Treat Memorial Library - 56 Main Street, Livermore Falls  9:00a.m. to 2:00p.m.
  • Maine’s Paper and Heritage Museum Tours - 22 Church Street, Livermore Falls  Follow the papermaking industry through two centuries. 

New Festival additions and area events join the fun every year.  There's something for the whole family.  For questions, please contact Shari Ouellette, Vendor Coordinator, at 897-9955.

Click here for music schedule

The JLLF Chamber uses PayPal to process its online payments.

VENDORS: IF YOU DON'T WANT TO REGISTER ONLINE, USE THIS FORM

 

New Festival additions and area events join the fun every year. There's something for the whole family.

For questions, please contact Chris Fournier, Committee Chair, at 897-4555; Bruce Adams, Vice Chair, at 897-5367; or Chamber Office at 897-6755.

Many thanks to our generous sponsors!

Event Underwriters ($500. - $999.)

Developers Collaborative/Lamb Block Associates
George Merrill & Son Logging, LLC
Otis Federal Credit Union
Verso

Business/Corporate Sponsors ($151. - $499.99)

Androscoggin Bank
Bailey Brothers Ford
Finley Funeral Home
Franklin Savings Bank
Main-Land Development Consultants, Inc.
Otis Ventures LLC
PalletOne/dba Isaacson Lumber
Phil Poirier – Protean Graphics
Pine Tree Orthopedic Lab, Inc.
PuroClean
Wilson Lake Inn

Friends of Apple Pumpkin (Up to $150.)

Boothby's Orchard
Cumberland Farm
Food City
Franchetti's Home Town Variety
Franklin Chrysler, Inc
Hilltop Collision Center
Kachnovich Land Surveying, Inc.
LaFleur's Restaurant
Maple Lane Golf Course
Mill Street Cafe
Moose Hill Properties
Nickerson’s Septic Tank Cleaning Service
NorthStar/Bike Medics
R.S. Osgood & Sons
Scentsy Wickless Candles
Scissor Wizard
Spruce Mountain Pharmacy
Tents for Rent

 

Community events will include:

Treat Memorial Library's Annual Book - 56 Main Street, Livermore Falls 9:00a.m.-3:00p.m. Treat Memorial Library will be holding their Annual Book Sale in the downstairs of the library. They have many books for sale. As in the past, the prices are set by you, the buyer. The price you pay is a donation to the library to help with the cost of new books, supplies for the children's story time and repairs to the building. Stop on by and take a look .There are books of many genres and for many interests - fiction, non-fiction adult and children's . Great reads for all. See you at the library on Saturday the 29th.

The Livermore Falls Library Association Board of Trustees will also have a booth down at the Apple Pumpkin Festival this year to launch the fundraising for the restoration of the library cupola("Restore the Cupola"), which is in much need of repair and restoration. The fundraiser will offer a 50/50 raffle; a 10 item raffle with a variety of items from overnight stays at Bed and Breakfast locales to a free dozen eggs and loaf of fresh bread from a local organic farm. They will also have some white elephant items and baked goods for sale. The ultimate goal is to raise $1100.00. Several items will be drawn on the day of the festival; other items and the 50/50 raffle will be drawn on October13th Saturday, 2012 at 4:30 PM. at the library. Anyone wishing to purchase tickets, after the Festival, can do so at the Library or by calling 897-5818.

Harvest Supper - St. Rose Parish Hall, Church Street, Jay 4:00-6:30p.m. The Senior High Youth Ministry will be hosting a Harvest Supper at St. Rose Parish Hall to raise money for their yearly convention in April. The menu will consist of ham with pineapple sauce or turkey with gravy, mashed potato, stuffing, cabbage, carrots, rolls or cornbread and drinks. For dessert try their homemade apple crisp or pumpkin pie with real whipped cream, or a fruit cup. Adults $10, 12 and under $5, 5 and under free.

Come and enjoy an old fashioned home cooked meal after a day of fun at the Apple Pumpkin Festival!

Maine Paper and Heritage Museum Tours - 22 Church Street, Livermore Falls 10:00a.m.-3:00p.m. There are many new displays to see. Family trees for families that have resided in this area for generations. A display of Jay town reports dating back to the 1800's. As well as unique artifacts in the paper making industry, that date back to the 1800's.

Tickets will be on sale for the Comedy Revue Fundraiser scheduled for October 27th.


Moose Creek Cloggers -
This local group of high-energy ladies are from the towns of Livermore, Wilton, Farmington and Skowhegan. Their traditional French Canadian dances will be a treat for the eyes and the ears. The cloggers wear specialized shoes, with double taps on the toes and heels, which provide an accoustical accompaniment to the music. They will be performing on the field from 12:30 to 1:45p.m.

Festival Vendors As of 9/22/12

CRAFTERS/VENDORS

A-T Children's Project

Alyssa's Fund

American Legion George Bunten Post #10

AMVETS

Beauty for the Soul Day Spa

Benefit for Ted Holland

Boothby's Orchard

Care & Comfort

Cindy's Quilting Connection

Conscious Kneads

Crayon Country Developmental Preschool

D & B Enterprises

Diana Starbird's Handiwork

Dorothy M Thayer MD LLC

Dr. Thomas White, Chiropractor

Electricity Maine

Foss Jewelry

Fudg'in It

Fun and Shine

Good Neighbor TTMA Fuel Fund

Grace Adele Handbags

Healthy Community Coalition

Jay Democratic Committee

Jay - Livermore Falls Lions Club

Just for You

Karen Anne Designs

Lia Sophia Jewelry

Livermore Terrace

Len Greaney for Senate

Maine-ly Stepping Stones

Marston Country Crafts

Memories by Melissa Photography

Otis Federal Credit Union

Partylite Gifts, Inc

Pelletier's Whirligigs

Phoenix Pottery

Robin's Flower Pot

Sam's Place - Airbrushing

Scentsy

Sculptured Collectibles

Second Best Ministries

Sheila Jean's Creations

Smart Robotics

Spruce Mountain - South Class of 2013

The Blue Otter

The Maine Farmer's Daughter

Tiny Treasures

Treat Memorial Library

United Way of the Tri-Valley

Wayside Bible Baptist Church

Wilton Fish and Game Association


 

EDUCATIONAL

Canine Castle Academy

Livermore Falls Animal Control

Livermore Falls Fire Department

Washburn Norlands Living History Center

FOOD

Area Youth Sports

Clint's BBQ & Smokehouse

First Baptist Church of Livermore Falls

Livermore Falls Fire Department Association

Smart Robotics

Stan's French Fries

Music at the Apple Pumpkin Festival

10:00-11:00a.m. Nickels and Dimes Margaret Arsenault and James Littlefield of Jay write, sing and play country music, preferring traditional country. Margaret plays 12 string guitar, keyboard and sings vocals. James plays 6 string guitar, keyboard and sings vocals. They played in the Arsenault Family Band, until 1999, when they decided to play on their own as Nickels and Dimes. They have written original pieces, produced CD's and have won numerous awards.

11:00a.m.-12:00p.m. Paul Bright Singing since he was 5, he first performed publicly in second grade. He performed on television and lounges in the greater Boston area, and concerts for the Univ. of Mass., Eastern College Placement Officers, The Norlands, and social and philanthropic groups. He performs yearly in the Myrtle Beach, SC area, Ontario and Maine. He sings a variety of pop, standard, country, folk and Christian music. Self taught, Paul is considered to be an excellent finger-style rhythm guitarist. After retiring, Paul has performed regularly at the Wayne Community Church and other local events.

12:00-1:00p.m. The Pinkhams Travis Pinkham, Randall T. Pinkham Sr. and Pete Sanipas formed the band in 2005. Through the years Travis and Randall Pinkham have won numerous awards. This father and son duo were both born and raised in Farmington, Maine. Their first duet was a song Randall wrote called ‘’Daddy’’, and since they have been traveling the state playing various venues, from charity events to dance halls and private events. www.myspace.com/thepinkhams

1:00-2:00p.m. Barry Wood has played most every state in New England over the past 59 years. His roots are in country, but he also plays soft rock, jazz and the old standards. Barry has won numerous awards from the Down East and the Maine Country Music Associations, the Maine State House and Senate, and the North American Country Music Association, International in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. He has also played at the Iridium Jazz Club in New York with Les Paul.

2:00-3:00p.m. Greater Purpose An inspirational band performing a mix of their own music and songs, you will remember from the past. Their original songs are written based on the member's lives and are from the heart. They are meant to minister to others, both believers and non-believers. The heartfelt words, catchy melodies, and powerful, pristine lead vocals along with the supporting harmonies, acoustic guitars and keyboards are sure to touch your very soul. The band includes Cathi Burke, Craig Hutchinson, Louise McCleery and Alan Hutchinson.

 

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