2017-06-30 / Front Page

Sweet summer



Above, Rick Jackson, right, and his son Gray of Cape Elizabeth, pretend to be strawberries for a moment at the ninth annual Strawberry Festival in Cape Elizabeth Saturday, June 24. The two-day event, which began Friday, June 23, hosted local food, children’s crafts and entertainment, artisan vendors, music, art and more. The event attracts more than 150 patrons each year, according to the Cape Farm Alliance website. The June 24 family festival was held at Maxwell’s strawberry field on Two Lights Road. Left, Henry Walsh of Gorham high-fives a Strawberry Festival event staff member after successfully landing a lobster in a trap for the Lobster Toss game. See more photos on pages 2 and 3. (Garrick Hoffman photos) Above, Rick Jackson, right, and his son Gray of Cape Elizabeth, pretend to be strawberries for a moment at the ninth annual Strawberry Festival in Cape Elizabeth Saturday, June 24. The two-day event, which began Friday, June 23, hosted local food, children’s crafts and entertainment, artisan vendors, music, art and more. The event attracts more than 150 patrons each year, according to the Cape Farm Alliance website. The June 24 family festival was held at Maxwell’s strawberry field on Two Lights Road. Left, Henry Walsh of Gorham high-fives a Strawberry Festival event staff member after successfully landing a lobster in a trap for the Lobster Toss game. See more photos on pages 2 and 3. (Garrick Hoffman photos)

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