Arts & Culture

The Nonantum Resort Invites You to an "All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet" to Benefit Heartwood Colleg

Saturday, November 27, 7:30-10:00am
Adults are $9.95 and Children 10 and under are $4.95 plus tax and gratuity. Heartwood will receive a portion of the proceeds to benefit Heartwood College Programs.

Remembering by Robin Hoyt 

Times are hard and non-profits are feeling the pinch of the purse strings.  But here's a way to give to our local Art College and not break the bank but have a delicious Breakfast in a beautiful setting for a very reasonable price!  So reasonable, you can bring the whole family and all of your friends!
We hope you can all join the Nonantum and Heartwood in celebrating Heartwood College of Art's 19th year in bringing art education and appreciation to our surrounding communities. 
 
The Nonantum is located at 95 Ocean Avenue in Kennebunkport, Maine.
For more information please call Heartwood (207) 985-0985 or the Nonantum (207) 967-4050.

Free Rick Charette and the Bubblegum Band Holiday Concert

Rick Charette and the Bubblegum Band will once again be performing a FREE holiday concert on Sunday, November 28, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the Thornton Academy Gym, Main Street in Saco. Anticipated guests include Mr. and Mrs.

Trolley Museum Christmas Prelude 2010

December 3, 4 & 5 and December 10, 11 &12

Seashore Trolley Museum will offer holiday railway rides, shopping, and complimentary refreshments during both of Kennebunkport’s Christmas Prelude weekends, starting on Friday afternoons and continuing all day on Saturdays and Sundays.

The Museum will offer railway rides on Friday afternoons from 1 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. The rides continue on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m.

Local Artist Celebrates National Blog Posting Month

November is National Blog Posting Month.  All over the world, bloggers from all walks of life will focus on posting to their blogs as often as possible, in order to provide their readers with an ever-increasing amount of free content. 
Locally, Saco scrapbooker and paper craft business owner, Tara Travis, provides her readers with tons of free ideas, tips and techniques through her blog – http://www.stampwithtara.com/.

Historical Haunted Halloween at Willowbrook

Hear tales of historic Newfield Village as the spirits of residents come to life during guided walking tours on Sat., Oct. 30 between 6 & 9:30 pm. Discover the history of Halloween, meet William Durgin and his 3 wives, hear about 3 poisonous deaths,  listen to the sad story of a Civil War widow, learn about punishments unruly students suffered at the school house and more! Bring your own flashlight. Not-too-scary fun for the whole family Adults, $8; under 12, $4 or $3 in costume refreshments included.
Co-sponsored by 19th C. Willowbrook Village & Limerick Newfield Lions. FMI?207-793-2784 or willowbrookmuseum.org

Local Craftperson Helps Local Residents

SEND A UNIQUE HOLIDAY MESSAGE
How to deliver one-of-a-kind greetings to friends and family
Although many people are still enjoying the changing Autumn colors and trying to decide what their kids’ Halloween costumes will be, local retailers are already preparing for the winter holiday season. 
While most of us squawk that it’s just too early to think about those winter holidays, we eventually find ourselves saying, “I can’t believe I haven’t send one holiday card yet.”  Sometimes, it’s just another consequence of a busy life, but more often it’s the result of frustration from looking through box after box of impersonal holiday greetings.
No one wants to compromise on design or sentiment when sending cards to friends and family at the most heart-warming time of year.  Yet, this is what happens when shoppers rely upon cookie-cutter boxed cards emblazoned with impersonal messages.

Old Orchard Beach High School Marching Band

Did you know that the Old Orchard Beach High School Marching Band is headed for finals in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on October 30th hoping to regain the gold.  They deserve it as we all know.  Did you know they were the first band in the history of the Maine Band Director’s Association to win gold four years in a row.  We all know they deserve it and are applauding their efforts this year.  They received the silver last year – which in itself is fabulous – but we all know they deserve the GOLD.  SO KEEP THEM IN YOUR THOUGHTS AND ENCOURAGE THEM IF YOU KNOW SOME OF THE MEMBERS.
 
Hip Hip Hurray to Mark Manduca – the outstanding leader of this group.  Here is his e-mail – send him a “good luck”

email to:mmanduca@rsu23.org