Across from the
Village Variety, the Fryeburg Library sits quietly in a row of small
storefronts and offices, with headstones from the town cemetery peeking out
between the buildings. If you're there during library hours, check out the
Mulford Memorial Room. Clarence Edward Mulford, a long-time Fryeburg resident,
was the author of the Hopalong Cassidy tales, the cowboy hero immortalized in
such titles as "Cottonwood Gulch," "The Round Up" and "The Man from Bar 20."
Academy is a comprehensive secondary school dedicated to meeting the needs of
all its students. We offer a diverse curriculum which includes challenging
college preparatory courses, pre-vocational courses and support for special
was a chilly day in March of 1851 when a few local farmers and merchants got
together and decided to show off their produce, cattle and wares to the
community. Since those humble beginnings, Fryeburg Fair has grown to become
Maine's largest agricultural fair complete with six days of harness racing, a
farm museum second to none, the world's largest steer and oxen show and a
reputation known throughout North America.