Midcoast Lens: St. George Day(s)

Jul 16, 2017
Photo by: Gene Ernest The Happy Clam restaurant is one of many local businesses with floats in the St. George Day parade.

Tenants Harbor — The annual community celebration in and around Tenants Harbor ran from a dance Friday night to the Old-Timers Baseball Game Sunday afternoon, July 14 through 16.

The mission of the St. Andrew's Society of Maine is the preservation and promotion of Scottish culture and heritage. On St. George Day, that means performing at the Town Office festivities, as well as leading the parade through town. (Photo by: Gene Ernest)
Fire and ambulance squad members are in charge of the annual seafood dinner. In addition to lobster, clams and mussels with the corn and pies, hot dogs and burgers are on the menu. (Photo by: Gene Ernest)
Tammy Willey, a member of the St. George Historical Society, plays “schoolmarm” at the original Tenants Harbor one-room schoolhouse, adjacent to the Town Office and open to the public for St. George Day. (Photo by: Gene Ernest)
Port Clyde's Black Harpoon restaurant also has a float, with its signature black whale in chase. (Photo by: Gene Ernest)
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