Memorial Day - Labor Day at MaineStreet Ogunquit, 131 South Main St. Friday Night Dance Parties; Big Gay Saturdays - 2 DJs/ 2 clubs/ 3 bars/ 2 decks/ DJs Aga + Ken; Sunday Karaoke + Tea Dance & Cookout; Dueling Drag Divas, Game Time Trivia. Memorial Day Weekend Sat/Sun Tea Dances + Hedda Lettuce + Sunday White Party. August 5-6th Sinners' Ball Weekend. See more at their website:
July 4, 2016, 9:15pm, at Ogunquit Main Beach. DJ music before the show.
July 23, 2016, 4-8pm at Maine Street. Ogunquit Bears community dance party event in Ogunquit with DJ AGA. See more details at their facebook page:
July 31, 2016, 7pm at Leavitt Theater. The renowned American writer/ humorist David Sedaris. Ostensibly autobiographical, self-deprecating humor, often concerning his family life, middle-class upbringing in the suburbs of Raleigh, NC, his Greek heritage, homosexuality, jobs, education, drug use, obsessive behaviors, and his life in France, London, and the English South Downs.
August 10 - September 3, 2016 at Ogunquit Playhouse. Hilarious/ heartwarming Tony-Award winning Broadway musical follows the fabulous journey of three performers on a battered old bus who take their show to the Australian outback. Over 500 imaginative and outrageous costumes, 200 headdresses and a non-stop hit parade of dance numbers and hits from the 70s and 80s.
September 4-18, 2016, at Dunaway Center, 23 School St, and other venues. "A joyous musical composition, or work of art, in free form, usually brilliant in style." Concerts, exhibits and receptions, historical look-backs, theatre and art gallery tours,+ kite-flying. Tickets online or at Dunaway Center, the Ogunquit Playhouse Downtown Box Office, and the Ogunquit Welcome Center.
October 21-23, 2016, weekend of fall-themed activities include: pumpkin & cookie decorating, costume parade, classic car show, crafts bazaar, haunted house, high heel race, bed race, ghost tours, wagon rides, storytelling, and scarecrow contest.
April 15-17 2017, Monday public holiday in Maine and Massachusetts commemorating the battles of Lexington and Concord. Historical characters walk the streets, muster, fife & drum concerts, battle re-enactments, craft shows, carnival, cookouts and taste-tests.