Archive for March, 2009

Stay between the lines

March 26, 2009

linesNorm finished the parking lot striping project.  Each year the sun fades the lines that we have to restripe. Summer is almost here!


The Roofing Project

March 25, 2009

faoroofThe roofing project (re-shingling worn areas on each building) is underway.  They are working on the buildings as I type.  It’s exciting to watch all the progress today.

Have a seat.

March 19, 2009

seatsYou can tell it’s almost Spring!  Norm pulled out the deck chairs.  Now you can sit outside and welcome the sunrise with your morning coffee.

Restaurant Week Portsmouth NH

March 16, 2009

Attention culinary enthusiasts and deal seekers: Restaurant Week Portsmouth is coming up! This culinary event will feature special 3-course prix fixe menus at participating restaurants from the Portsmouth area to Kittery and York Harbor, Maine. Dates: March 22-29, 2009. 3-course prix fixe menus are 16.95 per person for lunch and 29.95 per person for dinner (does not include beverages, taxes or gratuities). Vist for the complete list of participating restaurants. Restaurant Week spotlights the Seacoast as a culinary destination with a vibrant arts and cultural scene and a wealth of historic attractions. Don’t miss the fun of this featured week!

Marginal Way is open

March 12, 2009

marginal-wayThe rain and fog we got yesterday ate up most of the snow on Marginal Way.  Its about 90% open down to the pavement.  With the bright sun expected this weekend, it will be a fabulous time to bundle up and explore.

Beer Lovers Unite!

March 9, 2009

brewerytourThis trip was a beer lover’s paradise!  Participants were treated to a private tour of the brewery where the brewers were on hand to demonstrate how they craft their brews and answer any questions about this fascinating process.  With all questions answered, we headed up to the pub to get down to business.  We were treated to an incredible sampling session that consisted of a huge selection of their flagship beers and even some surprise seasonal brews.  Great beer, great food, and a wonderful time had by all!  Not a bad way to spend an afternoon.       

Patriot’s Day Weekend

March 9, 2009

Yesterday, it was 60 degrees in Ogunquit-today it’s 50-so naturally we start thinking about the opening of the season. Every year, Patriot’s Day weekend marks the official opening, and all the shops are open-the restaurants are open-the snow is gone-it’s mild out and there’s a smile on everyone’s face… No different this year-we’ve got it planned!!! It begins on Friday, April 17 and continues through Monday April 19. Fun for all so don’t delay-call to make your reservations now, It’s a blast!!!

Friday, April 17, 2009
9:00am-5:00pm: LIBRARY BOOK SALE
8:00pm: FIFE AND DRUM CONCERT (at the Baptist
RIDE (route TBD)
Saturday, April 18, 2009
9:00am – 5:00pm: CRAFT BAZAAR (at the
Kennebunk Savings Bank Tent on the Playhouse
9:00am-5:00pm: LIBRARY BOOK SALE
10:00am – 3:00pm: HAY RIDES
(Weather permitting.)
10:00am – 5:00pm: KIDSTOWN AMUSEMENTS
(on the Playhouse grounds)
Noon – 2:00pm: “TASTE OF THE TOWN” (at the
Dunaway Center)
2:00pm—3:30pm: “MILITIA” ENLISTMENT (at Sea
Bell Gallery)
2:30pm: TORY TREASURE HUNT (meeting at
Veteran’s Park)
8:00pm – Midnight: CASINO NIGHT (at the warm
Dunaway Center)
Other attractions include a concert at the Playhouse,
costumed residents walking throughout town, colonial
themed photo ops in various locations.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
9:00am – 4:00pm: CRAFT BAZAAR
10:00am – 3:00pm: HAY RIDES
(Weather permitting.)
10:00am – 4:00pm: KIDSTOWN AMUSEMENTS
11:00am – 3:00pm: COOKOUT (on the grounds of
the Playhouse)

Restaurant Week in Maine

March 2, 2009

dineout1March 1-10th is the year’s annual Restuarant Week in Maine. 

What does that mean to you?  It means tremendous savings at some of the state’s best restaurants.  This is a great opportunity for you to try the local cuisine. 

Most of the restaurants are located in the Portland area, but with a short drive up the coast, you can be there in about 45 minutes.  Not a bad drive to taste the best Maine has to offer.

Check out the website

Winter Doesn’t Have to be Blah

March 2, 2009

You know, it is winter- and most people think that Ogunquit is closed for the season-but it really isn’t. Yes, we’re sick of the ice, dirty snow and cold, but the Front Desk keeps their cheery face on and has lots of suggestions for things to do.
The town has had the Christmas by the Sea Weekend and is ready for the February Mardi Gras. But some of the best fun has come from the special events hosted by the Falls: The Stonewall Kitchen Cooking Classes Weekend, the Wine Tasting at Angelina’s and the Brewery Tour and Beer Tasting at Federal Jacks! These events were so well received that we’re scheduling another cooking class weekend at Stonewall Kitchen soon and other wine tastings. And this year we’ve added new activities headed by Jeff, our activities director: Snowshoe Treks, Cross country Skiing, morning water warm ups and trips to the summit of Mt. Agamenticus for spectacular views!
Now even though some restaurants have closed for the season, we have lots of great suggestions for some terrific eating. Just ask and we’ll keep you full for your entire stay! And this year, most places are offering incredible specials almost every night.
So, come visit and let us make you smile and help you experience a romantic retreat, as escape to the ocean or an outdoor adventure in Ogunquit-your premier year ‘round destination.

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