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34th Annual Rangeley Logging Museum’s Festival and Parade

Lance White, grandson to Elijah &quotTiger" White, Sr. who invented the first skidder, &quotMuscles One" will be featured on Friday and Saturday with Muscles One & Three at the Museum's fairgrounds
Lance White, grandson to Elijah "Tiger" White, Sr. who invented the first skidder, "Muscles One" will be featured on Friday and Saturday with Muscles One & Three at the Museum's fairgrounds
Posted July 16, 2014, at 10:09 p.m.
Ron Cowan of &quotThe Garden Muse Sculptured Faces from Belfast is just one of the wood carvers at this year's 34th Annual Rangeley Logging Festival and Parade
Ron Cowan of "The Garden Muse Sculptured Faces from Belfast is just one of the wood carvers at this year's 34th Annual Rangeley Logging Festival and Parade
World Champion Horse Trainer, Bob Giles demonstrates, &quotHorse Logging in Down East Maine in the 50's & 60's" on Friday, day one of the Logging Festival Weekend
World Champion Horse Trainer, Bob Giles demonstrates, "Horse Logging in Down East Maine in the 50's & 60's" on Friday, day one of the Logging Festival Weekend

Friday, July 25, 2014 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, July 26, 2014 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location: Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum, 221 Stratton Road, Rangeley, Maine

For more information: 8023805867; rlrlm.org

34th Annual Logging Festival & Parade

Friday and Saturday, July 25th & 26th

FRIDAY, July 25th – FESTIVAL KICK-OFF

10 to 5pm-Museum open all day

11 to 1pm-Bluegrass & traditional music performed by the Missisquoi River Band

1 to 3 pm-Bob Giles, Horse Logging Down East Maine in the 50’s & 60’s with two teams of draft horses

3 to 4 pm-Lance White & Muscles #3 (skidder) demonstration

12 to 4 pm-Slide presentation of Elijah “Tiger” White, Sr., the White family; logging and the history of Muscles one and on.

*Mid-Day-preparation of the burying of the bean-hole beans.

*Mid-Day-Bakewell Cream biscuits baked on reflector ovens (sponsored by New England Cupboard of Hermon, ME)

*Trails open throughout the day; take a short hike on the trails to Haley Pond

7 to 9 pm-Friday Evening Program $4.00 Entrance Fee

Little Mr. & Miss Wood Chip, Student Art Contest, performance by the

Missisquoi River Band, Logger’s Hall of Fame Induction

SATURDAY, JULY 26TH FESTIVAL DAY AND PARADE

10:00 PARADE BEGINS

10:00 – Museum open 10:00 to 5:00 pm

11:00 – Gates open immediately following parade. $5.00 Adults,

Children 12 and under free

11:30 to 2:30 pm – Bluegrass & traditional music by Missisquoi River Band

11:30 to 1:30pm – Bean-hole Dinner with Reflector Oven Bakewell Cream biscuits sponsored by New England Cupboard

11:30 – 3:00 pm Lumber Jack & Jill Logging Competition (sponsored by Stihl)

*Continuous slide presentation of Elijah “Tiger” White, Sr., the White family; logging and the history of Muscles one and on.

*On the fairgrounds, The Elijah “Tiger” White family with Muscles

*All Day chainsaw carving demonstrations by Ron Cowan, The Garden Muse/ Garden Faces and Nancy & John Arsenault of Always Carving

*All Day woodworker and fiber artisans demonstrations

Slide presentation of Elijah “Tiger” White, Sr., the White family; logging and the history of Muscles one and on.

*Trails open throughout the day; take a short hike on the trails to Haley Pond

*Barrel train rides for the children

Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum

221 Stratton Road, Rangeley, ME – www.rlrlm.org or (207) 864-3939

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