What Do You Know About The Statue on Kennebunkport’s River Green?

This statue graces Kennebunkport’s River Geen which is located in front of the Captain Lord Mansion.  Frank Handlen, the artist and sculptor of this magnificent bronze is a personal friend of ours.  There is quite a story concerning the creation of this statue.  Frank had actually begun crafting the clay model of “Our Fore bearers of the Coast”
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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
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What is The Wells Reserve at Laudholm Farm?

The Wells Reserve is a 2,250-acre research, education, and recreation facility, a public-private partnership within the National Estuarine Research Reserve System.  Wells Reserve facilities are located at historic Laudholm Farm in Wells, Maine.  The Mission of The Wells Reserve is dedicated to protecting and restoring coastal ecosystems of the Gulf of Maine through integrated research, stewardship, environmental
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What is a Maise Maze near Kennebunkport?

      Aerial View of a Corn Maze.    Recently Bev and I took our grandson to Hershey, PA and visited a corn maze near there.  Upon entering the maze, they gave us a flag on a tall pole so they could follow everyone’s progres through the maze.  Our grandson had great fun charging
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What Does the Kennebunk River Look Like From the Air?

The Kennebunk River from the Air! The Captain Lord Mansion is conveniently located overlooking the Kennebunk River just three short blocks from the Dock Square center of Kennebunkport.  The view from the cupola at the Mansion gives an excellent view of the village neighborhood of historic homes as well as a small glimpse of the river, but not this
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