Camden's newest festival, Camden Classics Cup, set sail over the weekend in celebration classic yacht sailing.

The event, held in conjunction with Lyman Morse Boatbuilders, the Camden Public Library, the Camden Yacht Club, the Snow Bowl and the Opera House, offered racing and sailing on Penobscot Bay, in addition to evening entertainment and many on-shore events including maritime speakers, concerts, shows and more.

The Spirit of Tradition was awarded to Mystery. Falcon was named the Overall Classics winner.

To see a complete list of winners, click here

A schedule for various other events set for throughout the week, can be found below.

Monday, Aug. 1

Camden Amphitheatre: 8:15 p.m. Outdoor Classic Film from 1946: The Big Sleep – Bring blankets or chairs for comfortable seating.

Tuesday, Aug. 2

Camden Public Library: 7 p.m. Author Jon Olsen at the Picker Room, presenting on his latest book.

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Camden Yacht Club: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Celebrating Sailing with Gary Jobson.

World-class sailor, TV commentator, and author, Jobson will talk about the upcoming Olympics; America's Cup past, present, and future; and the quest for sailing speed records. The talk is free of charge and open to the public. Donations at the door will be gratefully accepted to benefit the nonprofit Camden Area Youth Seamanship Program.

Camden Opera House: 7:30 p.m. The Seal Who Came Home – A heartwarming story of Andre the Seal, Rockport native celebrity. Free community film.

Thursday, Aug. 4

Camden Amphitheatre: 6 p.m. The Tempest, Shakespeare’s classic final play, featuring a spectacular shipwreck and live music, will be performed by the Camden Shakespeare Festival. Tickets are available online at