It's a bummer that summer is slowly winding down. We finally have some decent weather that's been hanging around for a minute, tourist season is wrapping up too. But one thing I've always loved about summer in Maine, is that there's never a shortage of small town fun.

When I lived down in Westbrook, we had Together Days. Now, I live in Hampden where there's Children's Day (this Saturday, by the way), and there's Plymouth Days in the earlier part of the summer. Most small towns have a day just like this. There's always some food, games, and stuff to keep kids entertained all day long.

This Sunday is no exception. The Kenduskeag Fire-Rescue is having their Annual Open House. And it's got all those awesome things we just talked about. As well as a couple extras. There's going to be live music, face painting, and a bounce house....

Plus, safety demonstrations from the fire department, as well as a chance for the kids to get up close and personal with the trucks. There will also be items raffled off. Everything from hand-made cribbage boards to 100 gallons of heating oil.

It's happening this Sunday, August 11th, from 10:00a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the Fire-Rescue station at 4012 Broadway in Kenduskeag. So far the weather looks pretty decent, so get out and have some good family time. The summer ain't gonna last much longer!