ARUNDEL — Do your kids like  farm animals ? Perhaps you have an interest in old steam machines and engines. Or, you may want to get an idea of camp life during the Civil War.

The  6th Annual Heritage Day in Arundel has all of this and more on Saturday, Sept. 15. The event is an annual gathering of the Arundel community to showcase its people and history, but it also a day of

food , music , craft demonstrations, and games for the kids. There will be quilters, spinners and weavers, a Civil War reenactment, crafters, a Boy Scout encampment, and those old engines mentioned before. There will be an apple pie baking contest(pies submitted by noon) as well as a “Reminisce Tent” where old friends and neighbors gather to reacquaint themselves amidst historical pieces of Arundel’s heritage.

The Southern Maine Ukes will be back again with their wit and music; wagon rides will be available as in the past. You won’t go hungry as there will be hot dogs, drinks, and chips and as always the Lobster Company food truck will be there doling out their fresh fried seafood.

The admissions and parking are free and the event is located at the corner of Limerick Road and Route 111 which is the site of the North Chapel Common. The field opens at 10  a.m.  We welcome everyone to what will be a great family day.