What is a “Shipbuilding Odyssey” in Kennebunk? And When Is It?

August 29th Learn about the Kennebunks’ storied shipbuilding past on Saturday, August 29 at 1PM.  “A Shipbuilding Odyssey” convenes at the Brick Store Museum at 117 Main Street in Kennebunk. The three-hour tour begins with a brief, illustrated look at what life was like in the Kennebunks’ many 19th-century shipyards and all the types of
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When Can You Visit Maine Lighthouses?

Open Lighthouse Day Saturday, September 12, 2009 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The U.S. Coast Guard, the State of Maine and the American Lighthouse Foundation are pleased to announce the first ever open house of Maine lighthouses. The largest effort of its kind in the nation, the event is designed to provide access to the
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I am “Nott” kidding – you must visit this place!

It was the mid 1800s when wealthy sea merchant Charles Perkins built a beautiful Victorian home at the top of what would become the beloved Kennebunkport we know today. From his  perch, Mr. Perkins could watch the harbor and keep an eye on his ships coming in and out of port. As time passed, so
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Romance Blooms in Horse-Drawn Carriages in Kennebunkport!

Did you know, you don’t have to go all the way to New York City to take a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride?  No, you just have to go down the hill from The Captain Lord Mansion to Ocean Avenue. That’s where Red or Charlie, the big Belgian horses usually wait to take visitors to Kennebunkport
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Golfing with all the president’s men!

Or at least, the president’s caddies. Got a hankering for a round of golf while visiting the Kennebunks? May I suggest the links where the President plays – This semi-private club offers 18 holes of serious, professional-level golf. It is known for many things, including its beauty. The course rambles along the shores of the
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