On Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19, the Sail, Power and Steam Museum invites visitors for a day of fun with something for everyone. Under the big tent and all across the grounds there will be a huge flea market including jewelry, art by local artists, crafts and marine items. Music, refreshments and a chance to enjoy the waterfront.

There will be a knot tying, splicing and rigging demonstration, the field will be scattered with “make ‘n break engines and numerous working steam machinery. A blacksmith will have his forge roaring while creating a plethora of steel sculpture. The museum’s model T Ford will be giving short rides around the complex. The flagship Rekord, with her 1934 semi-diesel will be open for visitation and Gordon Bok will be demonstrating the ancient art of wood carving.

To commemorate Rockland’s history as a producer of lime for cement, the museum has built a scaled down version of the lime kilns that used to line the shores of the harbors in Rockland and Rockport. This 10 foot tall working model is the first kiln built in more than 100 years. Weather permitting the kiln will be fired up to make lime and a lecture and demonstration on the lime industry will take place.

In the week starting June 10, the Maine Stone Workers Guild presents “Sitting Pretty” a weeklong stone exhibition. It will feature hand carved stone stools, seats, benches and couches, all things that inspire repose.

All events are free, donations always appreciated.

Sharp’s Point South and the Sail, Power and Steam Museum are at 75 Mechanic St. in Rockland. For more information on the Sail, Power and Steam Museum and the Family Fun Days, 701-7627, ssmuseum@midcoast.com or visit the website at sailpowerandsteammuseum.org.