Over 350 runners, including hundreds of area campers, crossed the finish line on Saturday morning’s 43rd annual four-miler road race! Congratulations to all the runners who participated, and thank you all for making Casco Days 2022 a huge success! Category Winners:Place O’All Time Name Age Sex Race # City/state Camp FEMALE AGE GROUP: 13 and Under 1 99 34:21 Isabella Vassoler 13 F 213 Naples ME2 182 … Continue reading Road Race Results
As we pack up the final stuffed animals, disassemble the rides and tents, count the final coins, and reflect on the 87th annual Casco Days, all we can say is ‘WOW!—we are so lucky to live in this beautiful town with such tremendous people and support! An entire community came together, pulling off a record-breaking 3-day festival, all to benefit the Casco Day Fair Association … Continue reading Casco Days 2022!
The fireworks have been postponed until Friday, July 29th @ 9:30pm. We are so sorry to have to do this, but given the predicted rain and thunderstorms, safety is priority. Also, the cell service at the barn is spotty, but we will do our best to respond to messages as soon as we reach service! Thank you for your patience and Happy Casco Days!!! Continue reading Fireworks: Postponed until Friday, July 29th @ 9:30 pm
Looking to score BIG? Our bonus prize booth is just for you! You can purchase bonus prize tickets in advance of Casco Days at the Casco Town Office or at Hancock Lumber in Casco – $1 per ticket or 6 for $5*. Additionally, you can purchase tickets at the Casco Village’s Church Open Air Fair market in early July – or, stop by Casco Days … Continue reading Bonus Prize Tickets for Sale!
Q: Does it cost money to attend or park at Casco Days?A: Both admission and parking are free at Casco Days! Parking is available behind the community center as well as behind the Casco Village Church where security monitors the lots. Q: What if there’s rain or inclement weather?A: Given how quickly the weather changes, we make updates to our schedule day of. Check back … Continue reading FAQ
Travel back in time as you experience Casco Days through the years! Casco Days – our beloved family festival – has been a community tradition since 1934! Do you or someone in your family have any Casco Days throwback photos? We’d love to see them–tag us on Facebook or Instagram and use the hashtag #cascodaysthrowback! Continue reading Throwback in Time
ThursdayRoads involved: Meadow Road (Rt 121) & Mayberry Hill Rd, including intersection of Mayberry Hill Road.Fireworks Barge deployed: 5:45 – 6:00 amFireworks Barge loaded: 10 minute closure mid-afternoonFireworks Display closure times: 9 pm – end of show FridayRoads involved: Meadow Road (Rt 121) including intersection of Mayberry Hill Road and intersection of Leach Hill Road.Fireworks Barge removed: 5:15 – 5:30 amChildren’s Parade closure times: 6:50 … Continue reading Road Closings
Casco Days operates solely on volunteer labor. Our volunteers are local Maine residents and our volunteer staff is one of the many ingredients that makes Casco Days so special. Our volunteers sell tickets, help prepare food, sell food, run our games of chance, and even call out our beano numbers! Volunteering at Casco Days is a great way to have fun, give back to your … Continue reading Volunteers
Without our sponsors, Casco Days would not be possible. Thank you to these businesses for making our event a successful one, year after year! Acadia Insurance ALTA Material Handling Bernstein Shur Bushido Karate Dojo & Fitness Center Chalmers Insurance Citizens Bank Coastal Forest Products Creative Imaging Group Gorham Savings Bank Hancock Family Farm Hancock Lumber Harvard Pilgrim Insurance Hayes True Value Hughes Air Conditioning and … Continue reading Sponsors
Children’s Parade ~ Noreen Casey Grand Parade ~ Melissa Kluge Midway Game Operators ~ Kevin Hancock Beano Tent ~ Jennifer Morton Food Booth ~ Jim Willey Road Race ~ Alison Hancock Bonus Prize Tickets and Prize Donations ~ Sue Witonis Set up Volunteers ~ Tom Mulkern Sponsors ~ Erin Plummer Pancake Breakfast ~ Carol Drew General Questions ~ Tom Mulkern Continue reading Contact Us