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MDI Marathon Finish Line Festival

Sunday, October 15
Main St and the Village Greenway
Southwest Harbor

Greet the runners as they cross the finish line then enjoy live music, varied food, local crafts, and the festive atmosphere as SW Harbor Week winds down.


Overview of Southwest Harbor downtown
Detail of finish line and festival site


9:00 Music by Amazing Grays (Second Stage)
9:15 First half-marathon runners reach SWH
9:30 Music by The Common Good Band (Main Stage)
10:00 Music by Ray Lambert (Second Stage)
10:15 1922 Detroit Electric car leads first marathoners into SWH
10:30 Music by The Kelley Farm Quintet (Main Stage)
11:00 Music by Spindrift (Second Stage)
Noon Music by Finish Line Gang (Main Stage)
1:00 Music by Eireplay (Second Stage)
1:30 Music by Banned from Eden (Main Stage)
2:00 Finale (Second Stage)
3:00 Music by Brian Kupiec, Bill Haynes & Friends (Main Stage)

Food Court

Colvard & Company sausages
Deb.s Pretzels
Fogtown Brewing
Town Hill Take-out
Lobster Trap food truck


Seal Cove Auto Museum
A Climate to Thrive
On display will be the Marathon lead car, a 1922 Detroit Electric along with information on alternative energy
Wendell Gilley Museum Roadrunners at the Finish Line Hands-on craft project featuring the Greater Roadrunner
Arts and Crafts Helena Melone - fabric
Roland Bell - glass
Chris Grey - oil painting
Beth Lambert - oil painting
Nicole DiSimone - oil painting
Tanya Bell - oil paintings
Marc Fink - painting and printmaking
Skip Beardsley - painting and wood-turning
Teri Gilmain - quilts
Nora Flanagan - quilts
Roger Brignull - sculpture
Richard Ford - wood crafts

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