A lucky lady from upstate New York is the winner of the 2015 Georgetown Art Quilt!

Special thanks to all of you who made our Fair such a success!

          If you’re a regular Fairgoer – from Georgetown or “Away” – you already know the appeal of our annual Fair.  It evokes a small-town,  old-fashioned charm  with its emphasis on hand-crafted gifts, baked goods prepared from scratch, a luncheon that starts with community members picking 200 pounds of lobster, and a beautiful art quilt created by a core group of talented League members over the long Maine winter.   The long-standing tradition of Mainers sharing treasures is given perfect expression in the popular White Elephant and Jewelry sections of the Fair.  Our town is also home to many accomplished artists, craftspeople, and authors, and they round out this uniquely Georgetown event , offering their works for sale and demonstrating  their creative process.  This is the 102nd year of the Fair.  If you’ve attended this special day before, you know what it’s all about and we welcome you back.  If you’ve yet to experience the Fair, we hope you make this the summer to check it out.  You won’t be disappointed!      Text provided by Susan Means


Kitchen helpers from a Fair in the fifties . . .