This Weekend will mark the real beginning of the Fall Season here in the great Sebago Lakes Region of Maine, with many homeowners looking at the upcoming week’s weather and finally being able to be comfortable removing the Air Conditioner from the window of their primary residence, and looking towards whatever may be needed for cleaning things up and getting a secondary Lakefront, Waterfront, or Water Access property ready for the upcoming winter season.  We are very fortunate this year to still be experiencing lovely day time temperatures in the 60’s and 70’s, however our overnight lows are now reaching down in the lower 40’s and upper 30’s with some frost on the Pumpkin in the more northern and western Mountain regions of the state, which means something very important here in our area:  Leaf Season is now in full force for the next few weeks.  There is already significant color in our more northern and mountainous regions of the State, and here is a great site to keep you informed as to Peak Foliage updates:

This is a Maine.Gov website that is updated very regularly, and there is a lot of helpful information. The When and Where To Visit tab gives you Places to Go and Plan Your Trip advice and though you will find other options for tracking foliage and the changing of the leaves here in the region, I have found no better site than this one.

As we welcome October this weekend, you can still visit the end of the Cumberland Fair, and this weekend marks the beginning of most popular Sebago Lakes Region annual event, the Fryeburg Fair starting Sunday October 1st and running through Sunday October 8th. Here is the link to check this year’s schedule of events:

Make it a great week as we all say hello to October!