Where Can You Enjoy Maple Sunday Near The Captain Lord Mansion?

From the “Get Real Maine” website “Join Maine’s maple producers to celebrate Maine Maple Sunday on March 25, 2012.  It’s the day when sugar makers around the state open the doors of their sugarhouses for the public to to join them in their rites of spring-making maple syrup.  Most sugarhouses offer free tasting and live
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The Captain Lord Mansion Announces Maine Restaurant Week!

From the Maine Restaurant Week website, “Maine Restaurant Week™ is more than a celebration of Maine’s incredible food scene, it gives restaurants a much-needed boost during a time when business often slows. Its economic impact is felt by the many businesses that provide goods and services to Maine’s vital restaurant industry; customers love it because
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Portland, Maine Flower Show :: Spring Getaway

From the March edition of Down East Magazine, “For four days in early March pretend spring has sprung in Maine at the Portland Flower Show. This year’s theme is ‘Celebration!’ so keep that in mind as you peruse sixteen garden exhibits, listen to lectures from several of Down East Book’s gardening authors, purchase goods from
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High Tech Manufacturing Company in Kennebunkport

We had our local Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting recently at Arundel Machine Tool Co. which is located just north of Kennebunk on Route 1 in Arundel, ME. We received a behind-the-scenes tour of the manufacturing plant. This is a state-of-the-art manufacturer who is providing 66 good paying jobs to area residents. They
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Do You Know When The Kennebunkport Festival Is?

Here is the answer; plus, additional information! The 2011 Kennebunkport Festival, with guidance from its founders, was proudly produced and presented by Maine Magazine. Working with the Festival board for 2012, they remain committed to promoting good living in Kennebunkport: food, wine and works of art, and the experience of enjoying them, seaside, in the Kennebunks. Their hope is
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