October 24, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Mobile vendor regulations proposed

If more than four vendors apply for spots around the Waterhouse Center, a lottery would be used

KENNEBUNK — Members of a selectmen subcommittee organized to draft a new ordinance regulating mobile vendors around the Waterhouse Center presented its new draft for a first reading.  More...

Road race to benefit Wounded Warriors

The Wells Chamber of Commerce announced it will host its first Veterans Day 5K.  The road race is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 8 and will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. More...

School days

Residents of Atria Kennebunk visited the one-room N.C. Watson School House Museum of Buxton, which was used to educate students between 1900 and 1951. More...

Bank grant assists The New School program

The New School has a goal to develop student leadership and starts the school year with a retreat to advance students’ leadership skills.  This year, with the help of Kennebunk Savings Bank, the students spent three days at RippleEffect on More...

Genealogist to speak at Free Library

Kennebunk Free Library will host professional genealogist Donna Bailey, who will give a presentation titled, “Using Deeds in Genealogical Research and How to Access Them,” 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 1.  More...

Riding Center to host Spooktacular Ride

LaDawn Therapeutic Riding Center will host its Spooktacular Trail Ride 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25 at 995 Goodwin Mills Road (Route 35 near Route 5).  The event features a trail ride on one of LaDawn’s costumed horses. More...

Halloween comes to Brick Store Museum

The Brick Store Museum recently premiered a rare and unique exhibition, “Haunted History: Halloween at the Museum.”  The exhibit will feature spooky stories from Kennebunk’s past; weird pieces from the museum’s collection More...

Trust Trail Fest

Kennebunkport Conservation Trust held held its first Trust Trail Fest Sunday, Oct. 12. More...

District addresses state’s pre-K plan

KENNEBUNK — All public school districts in Maine are required to offer a universal pre-K program for 4-year-olds, beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, according to a Maine Department of Education revision that was introduced in April.  More...

Brick Store Museum plans oral history day

This Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11, the Brick Store Museum will celebrate the memory of World War II with an oral history day and a special lecture. More...

Library to host Ranger’s Apprentice series

A book discussion group based on “The Ruins of Gorlan,” the first book in the Ranger’s Apprentice series by John Flanagan, will take place at Kennebunk Free Library at 3:30 p.m., Nov. 5. More...

Artist award

Artist Val McGann, an Atria Kennebunk resident and native of Galway, Ireland, recently created an oil painting he titled, “Homage to Vermeer.” The painting was nationally recognized from More...

Literacy Feast to feature brunch edition

What’s better than spending a cool fall morning curled up with a good book? More...

Public Health to host immunization day

Kennebunkport Public Health will host a Fall Immunization Day 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29.  The event will be held at the Village Fire Station at 32 North St. More...

Seacoast Garden Club plans Nov. 3 meeting

Seacoast Garden Club invites those interested in learning about the club to its Nov. 3 meeting.  More...

Library announces featured artist

During the month of November, “Nature At Its Best,” the works of Karen Gosselin- Diebolt will be on display in the Speers Gallery located in Hank’s Room at Kennebunk Free Library.  More...