Just over 100 vendors have packed inside the UMaine Field House, The Pit and pool.
You can do pretty much everything from eating ice cream, taxodermy, to building canoes. Event organizers say the mild weather should make for a solid turnout, temperatures are slated to be in the mid to high 40s.
It's going to be tiring work, but the payoff is what's made this event worth it for so many years.
"It's a lot of work but its great its a lot of fun this is our 81st and we are the longest running, continuously running volunteer outdoor show in the country that we can identify," Penobscot County Conservation Association board member Tony Richard said.