Monthly Archives: December 2009

What is the Meaning of the Snowflake?

An image from SnowCrystals.com.  With the huge snowstorm which ravaged the East Coast this past weekend, there were literally millions and perhaps billions of snowflakes that fell.  I recently came across a poem by Holley Gerth on a DaySpring Christmas card which relates Holley's "Meaning of the Snowflake".  I found it very moving and wanted to share […]

Winter Has Arrived in Kennebunkport! Jingle Those Bells!

  Dashing through the snowIn a one (2)horse open sleighO'er the fields we goLaughing all the wayBells on bob tails ringMaking spirits brightWhat fun it is to laugh and singA sleighing song tonight Oh, jingle bells, jingle bellsJingle all the wayOh, what fun it is to rideIn a one horse open sleighJingle bells, jingle bellsJingle […]

Did You Know the Nutcracker will be in Portland this December?

The Victorian Nutcracker Join Portland Ballet, Portland's resident professional dance company, for a magical journey through Victorian Portland to the enchanted Kingdom of the Sweets!  This classical Nutcracker story is set in beautiful Victorian Portland, with sets and costumes inspired by the Victoria Mansion. PBC dancers bring this tale to life accompanied by the Portland Ballet Orchestra […]

When Does Kennebunkport’s Christmas Prelude Begin?

Carriage Rides at Christmas Prelude   History of Christmas Prelude, The 28th Celebration Of Which Begins This Weekend, December 4th, 2009 It was the early spring of 1982 when local giftshop owner Henry Pasco called a meeting of other business people for the purpose of discussing ways for the business community to give thanks to the residents of Kennebunkport and […]

32 Years as Kennebunkport Innkeepers, Wow!

  Thirty Years, and Still Going Strong! by Janet Wolf of The B&B Team What a great turnout at the PAII New England Innkeepering Conference & Trade Show held last month in Nashua, New Hampshire.  All of us at the B&B Team appreciated the opportunity to meet with some of the true veterans on Innkeeping. Among […]