2016-08-06 / photo gallery

HarborFEST a fun time for all



Ben Rowell, 5, sits on his father Tim’s shoulders during a demonstration of the ‘jaws of life’ given by the Wells Fire Department at the annual Wells HarborFEST. With mother, Kim, right, the Brookline, Massachusetts, family with ties to Maine came for a day of activities for their small family, including their 9-year-old son, Aidan (not pictured). Ben Rowell, 5, sits on his father Tim’s shoulders during a demonstration of the ‘jaws of life’ given by the Wells Fire Department at the annual Wells HarborFEST. With mother, Kim, right, the Brookline, Massachusetts, family with ties to Maine came for a day of activities for their small family, including their 9-year-old son, Aidan (not pictured).

Children fight with foam swords provided by Northeast Buccaneers at Wells HarborFEST on Saturday. The event drew an estimated 2,000 people to Wells Harbor Park for a full day of fun – and free – activities. Louis Altuz, 38, of Kittery stands holding a trophy for winning the Great Doughnut Debacle, during which he bested the competition and ate 12 Congdon’s Doughnuts in just 10 minutes. His prize? $50 cash, and more doughnuts. Children fight with foam swords provided by Northeast Buccaneers at Wells HarborFEST on Saturday. The event drew an estimated 2,000 people to Wells Harbor Park for a full day of fun – and free – activities. Louis Altuz, 38, of Kittery stands holding a trophy for winning the Great Doughnut Debacle, during which he bested the competition and ate 12 Congdon’s Doughnuts in just 10 minutes. His prize? $50 cash, and more doughnuts.

Photos by ALAN BENNETT/Journal Tribune Photos by ALAN BENNETT/Journal Tribune

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