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She has been obsessed with and inspired by music since she listened to Monkees records borrowed from the town library when she was six years old. She bought her first Rolling Stones record at a flea market when she was in 7th grade and discovered David Bowie a year later. You’ll also find her out and about absorbing live music like a sponge and roaming around local record shops and flea markets.Send an email Read more from AimselSept. 17 to 23 at the Farmington Fairgrounds, 292 High St.There’s a large midway, exhibit halls, livestock exhibits, animal pull events, harness racing and demolition derby among otherCOMMON GROUND COUNTRYSept. 22 to 24 at 294 Crosby Brook Road, UnityHappy 41st anniversary to the Common Ground Country Fair. This fair’s been keeping it real for four decades with fiber, stoneworking, oxen, sheep dogs and dozens of other demonstrations and workshops, along with countless activities and tons of music.That’s not to mention a whole mess of delicious, mostly organic and Maine based food and beverage offerings that make this a fairStaff photo by Michael G. SeamansSept. 24 to 30 at the Cumberland Fairgrounds, 197 Blanchard Road, CumberlandThis fair dates back to 1868, so it’s pretty safe to assume the good people involved with the Cumberland County Fair know whatthey’re doing. This is a traditional fair with all of the fixings, including agricultural exhibits, entertainment , food andmerchandise vendors, midway rides,
livestock displays and shows, demo derbies, horticulture exhibits and demonstrations in theexhibition hall, museum and sugar house, along with other fair fodder for you to take in.Staff photo by Gabe SouzaOct. 1 to 8 at the Fryeburg Fairgrounds, 1154 Main St., Fryeburg.This is Maine’s largest fair and it is indeed an enormous one. From harness racing to sheep dog trials, tractor pulls, exhibitionhalls, rides and live music, this is a fair to be reckoned with. Also, you won’t go hungry because the food list includes candyapples, cotton candy, donuts, french fries, fried dough, onion rings, pizza and sausage bombs.Staff photo by Shawn Patrick OuelletteAug. 24 to 27 at 77 Fairview Ave., Dover FoxcroftHelp this fair celebrate its 130th anniversary. You’ll see plenty of animals and agricultural awesomeness.