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Gay Ogunquit

The musical comedy based on the hit Blake Edwards film starring Julie Andrews
Victor Victoria

May 20 - June 20, 2015 at Ogunquit Playhouse. A woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman. Paris 1934 in all its glitzy glory! Hilarity and confusion ensue when Victor becomes an overnight sensation in the night clubs and attracts the attention of a macho Chicago gangster – much to the dismay of his ditsy girlfriend, who gets dumped for Victor… or is it Victoria?
Live on Stage
Hedda Lettuce: Big Queen, Small Throne

May 23-24, 2015, 8 sharp - 10pm, Sat/Sun shows at MaineStreet Ogunquit, 131 South Main St. Tickets $20.  "...undisputed grand dame of the drag comedy set. The green goddess is hilarious, quick witted and a great singer." - Michael Musto,
Celebrate the start of the summer season
The 3rd Annual WHITE PARTY

May 26, 2015 at the MaineStreet Complex. 3pm Kick-Off Tea Dance with best constume prizes. 9pm WHITE PARTY - wear something white and have a white hot time! Circuit DG AGA spins! Two DJ's and the Deck is OPEN!
Area's most magnificant fireworks display
Independence Day Fireworks

July 4, 2015, 9:15pm, at Ogunquit Main Beach. DJ music before the show.
Ogunquit Bears
Ogunquit Bear Fest 2015

September 23-27 2015. Ogunquit Bears present a 5 day community event in Ogunquit, ME full of bear themed parties, events and shows at Cornerstone, MaineStreet, The Leavitt Theatre, on a boat and around town. See more details at their facebook page, and beow:
The 12th annual

October 23-25, 2015, 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.
Back to the roots
Patriots' Day Weekend Celebration

April 16-18 2016, 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.