Introducing The Captain Lord Mansion Book Club in Kennebunkport, Maine

I enjoy reading, especially historical novels, biographies and general history books.  I just finished reading “Lost in Shangri-La: Escape From a Hidden World”, By Mitchell Zuckoff.  This is a true life adventure about a World War II military plane crash in the wilds on New Guinea.  Mr Zuckoff spins an intriguing tale of death, survival
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Kennebunk’s Architectural Heritage :: Brick Store Museum

The Brick Store Museum, a local Kennebunk art and history museum recently published “Windows on the Past: An Illustrated Guide to Kennebunk’s History through Architecture”.  This beautiful four-color, 62 page booklet was written by Rosalind Magnuson and edited by Tracy Baetz. Quoting from the foreword; “This publication represents the first to combine color photography, a
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Enjoy Wine and a Good Book :: Updated Kennebunkport Inn

   What happens when your wife tells you that you have cluttered up the guest rooms with too many books placed on shelves and mantels?  The short answer is you have the housekeeping staff remove as much of the clutter as possible.  The question I had was “Where do we put books that will be convenient for
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Where Can You Find The Books in Kennebunkport?

Bev and I are pleased to announce the arrival of Kennebooks, a brand new bookstore which is located on Route 35 on the approach to Kennebunkport.  It was not delivered by the seagull sitting on the roof, but rather by a swarm of construction workers who transformed the building which formerly housed Greg Alexander Gifts.  After Greg closed
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New Bookstore Opens In Kennebunk Near Kennebunkport!

is a brand new, year round, full service store designed to serve residents and tourists alike who are living and traveling in this area of Maine.  Located in Kennebunk’s Lower Village, it’s a quick stroll from downtown Kennebunkport, on the way to all the beaches, and provides plenty of parking.  With more than 11,000 books,
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