The Island Arts Association’s Annual Oktoberfest Craft Fair will be held at the Atlantic Oceanside Event Center Lawn, 119 Eden Street, Bar Harbor. Stop by and shop with the local artisan’s selling their beautiful handmade crafts.
The follow up to the Bar Harbor Fine Arts Festival will be held the weekend following Labor Day weekend; September 9 – 11. This is still a busy time of the year on the island and cruise ship port calls increase compared to peak summer months. “Relaxed” customer shopping now that the kids are back in school! Show hours are Friday noon to 7 pm, Saturday 9 am to 7 pm and Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
Held on the grounds of the Bar Harbor Inn on the town waterfront August 12 – 14. This is the “flagship” show and has established a reputation with both artists and patrons as one of the top shows in northern New-England. Show hours are Friday noon to 8pm, Saturday 9am to 8pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm.
In 1913, John Rockefeller Jr. built a series of carriage roads so he could avoid cars in the Acadia National Park. Nine miles of the Bar Harbor Bank & Trust Half Marathon run on that still-existing system of hard-packed trails. The hilly course starts in the small, picturesque fishing town of Bar Harbor, then cuts into the National Park. Dense forest engulfs runners as they cross several old granite bridges before looping back to town.
Acadia’s birding community invites you and your family to celebrate the ecological wonders of the birds of the Gulf of Maine at the Acadia Birding Festival. Explore Mount Desert Island and its birds through numerous events and venues.
Complimentary Community Easter Egg hunt at the Bar Harbor Inn, including 1,000+ eggs, plus Golden Eggs with free nights, spa treatments, and dinners hidden in the eggs.
Acclaimed by Phi Beta Baton as “…one of the nation’s proving grounds for gifted young artists,” the Bar Harbor Music Festival, founded by violinist Francis Fortier in 1967, has gained national recognition for its unique and pioneering work.
Join us for one of the premier night sky events on the eastern seaboard. With workshops, internationally recognized speakers and hands-on experiences, there truly is something for everyone from families to the serious amateur astronomer.
Mount Desert Island calls to many artists. Wabanaki people are part of this artistic tradition, dating back thousands of years on this island. During the Rusticator era (the 1840s to 1920s), the Wabanaki people helped make Bar Harbor and the island so attractive to visitors – making art and selling it to the visitors ensure cultural survival for many art forms.
Join us for the 71st Annual Art in the Park, Bar Harbor’s longest running art show. Supporting and showcasing artists in the two-dimensional art mediums or painting, print making, and photography. June 18 & 19 from 10am-5pm.