SOUTH PARIS — From a car show with a mini monster truck, arts and crafts booths, and pony rides to super heroes, a bouncy house and great local foods, there will be something for everyone at the Moore Park Makers Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 28. The rain date is Sunday, July 29.

Over 40 vendors and exhibitors will be joined for a full day of live entertainment and local eats for a fun-filled event for the whole family.

Display booths will feature woodworkers, seamstresses, painters, soap makers, maple syrup farmers, beaders, fiber crafters, jewelers, hula hoop makers and more.

The entertainment lineup brings a little bit of everything from a dog agility demo by Kanine Kare, the original choreography of Nevaeh Dance Co. and the high energy moves of Oxford Hills Gymnastics to a variety of local musicians, including Jus Tus Two, Terry Swett, Mary Uke Lady and Nathan Towne. There will also be a special performance by the Celebration Barn Theater Summer Troupe.

In addition to arts and crafts there will an area dedicated to a car show/cruise-in where Steven McCann is going to be there showing his custom, homemade mini-monster truck fabricated by his father Steve, along with a variety of other great rides. A police escort will kick off the show with a parade from the Paris Fire Station at 10 a.m.

Local foods will be provided by Luchador Taco, Riverside Lodge, Cool Treats for Charity and a homemade pie fundraiser for the Viking football team.

Entertainment schedule:

9 a.m. — Kanine Kare dog agility demo

10 a.m. — Oxford Hills Gymnastics

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. — Car Show/Cruise-in

11 a.m. — Nevaeh Dance Co.

12 p.m. — Jus Tus Two

1 p.m. — Milltown Roadshow

2 p.m. — Celebration Barn Theater

3 p.m. — Mary Uke Lady

3:30 p.m. — Nathan Towne

FMI: www.mooreparkartshow.biz or contact Director Aranka Matolcsy at 207-890-6386.

Nevaeh Dance Co.

Kanine Kare dog agility demo

Steven McCann and his mini-monster truck


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