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  • Goat Island Light

    History Cape Porpoise village is built around the shores of its harbor, which a cluster of large and small islands protects. On one of them stands the baby lighthouse of the coast. This harbor -- or perhaps we should say harbors, since there are two basins -- is remarkabl...

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  • Home And Away Gallery

    Home & Away Gallery represents living American Indian artists from Maine to Arizona, and from Ontario to Alaska. We value the rich exchange of style and media that contemporary Indian artists are engaging in. Some examples: While First Americans were using quills an...

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  • Kennebunkport Festival

    About Us: The Kennebunkport Festival is produced by the staffs of Maine magazine and Maine Home+Design magazine. Our goal is to showcase the finest Maine has to offer in the quitessentially Maine seaside setting of Kennebunkport. For six days each year we celebrate the exce...

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  • Kennebunkport's Christmas Prelude

    A History of Christmas PreludeIt was the early spring of 1982 when Henry Pasco called a meeting of business people for the purpose of discussing ways for the business community to give thanks to the residents of Kennebunkport and Kennebunk for supporting them. Henry suggeste...

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  • Seashore Trolley Museum

    Mission Statement The Seashore Trolley Museum, a primarily volunteer not-for-profit organization, is the operating entity of the New England Electric Railway Historical Society. The mission of the Museum is to present a living history of public transportation relevant to No...

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  • The Wright Gallery

    History Since 1985 the Wright Gallery is located on Cape Porpoise Harbor in a 19th Century post and beam building. The gallery specializes in fine traditional New England art ranging from"superrealism"to more cubist interpretations of realism. Over forty artists display a w...

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