Utilize our Indoor Pool, hot tub, fitness room, or co-ed sauna. Take a walk on the beach and "comb" for special shells and treasures washed up by the sea. Enjoy the soul-soothing sound of the surf from your guest room's deck or terrace. Or curl up in a comfy chair in the upper lobby.
Book a treatment at The Spa At Stage Neck. 800-340-1130 x 452
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An Easter Sunrise Service will be held on the Stage Neck Inn Point at 5:45 AM.
Book your Oceanfront Mother's Day Buffet for your choice of seating, 8 to 10 and 11:30 to 3:30 pm, Sunday, May 10 (subject to availability).
Please visit York Beach, second ranked New England beach as voted by CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV news this month. York Beach is actually more like two beaches, separated by Cape Neddick and the famous Nubble Light house.
Shop our four day holiday sale event with all of your favorite brand name stores. Spring shoes, shorts, shirts and colorful bags have all arrived. Time to shop! The Kittery Outlets, Route One, Kittery. Store hours: Monday through Saturday 9am - 9pm and 10am - 6pm on Sunday.
Join us as we go back to our roots, with historical characters walking the streets, musterings, and fife & drum concerts. Re-enactments, cookout, taste-tests, and craft fair round out the weekend. FMI, call the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce at (207) 646-2939 or go to: visitogunquit.org.
Marina Forbes will be leading children agest 6 and older, teens, and adults in this 3-hour workshop. Dive into your creative imagination and to the Atlantic Ocean to paint beautiful lighthouses, delightful landscapes and magnificent seascapes! Using a variety of painting techniques, brush strokes and special effects with varnish, this workshop demonstrates, step-by-step, how to depict beautiful New England landmarks. Artists at all levels of painting experience are welcome. Artists will work with acrylic paints on seashells. The goal is to produce authentic pieces of art on the unique surface of a seashell. These make great gifts for the holidays! This is a great opportunity for adults and families to work together and create their own “Seashells” as they are sitting by the seashore! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Cost is $35 per person which includes one seashell and all materials. Additional shells may also be purchased. Advanced reservations are required for these workshops. Please call Phoebe Apgar-Pressey at 800-340-1130 x 400 on or before 4/18 to register. If leaving a message, please include number of painters in your group.
Local farmers, specialty food producers & crafters will sell their fresh produce, meats, seafood, baked goods, cheeses, homemade goodies and much more!In the event of a cancellation, an alert will be posted by 7 am at www.gatewaytomaine.org/farmersmarket on the day of the market. Located inside the American Legion, 9 Hannaford Dr., York. SATURDAYS June 6th through October 10th from 9:00am – 1:00pm
THURSDAYS July 2nd through August 27th from 9:00am – 1:00pm
See the local ale being brewed, by appointment, preferably a day in advance, year-round, Kennebunkport Brewery, The Shipyard Shops, 8 Western Ave., Kennebunk Lower Village. (207) 967-1261.
The Soggy Po boys are back. This New Orleans flavored octet is one of our favorite bands! Come to listen, come to dance. With a repertoire of New Orleans standards, spirituals, contemporary music, and swing tunes, the Po Boys offer a lively blend of fun and insanity. Tickets: $12/advance, $15/door Kittery Dance Hall, 7 Walker Street, Kittery FMI, call (207) 703-2083.
This special evening will showcase the talents of these four immensely talented songwriters: Guy Capecelatro III, songwriter & performer writes his mostly abbreviated songs, which he lovingly describes as “little story vehicles” – “like a paper boat. Sliding into the ocean. On fire.” Mary Lou Lord, guitarist, vocalist & songwriter broke into the indie rock scene in 1994 on the Kill Rock Stars label. Lord’s interest in music started as a teenager when she worked as a DJ for a college radio station in the Boston area. Mark Schwaber is a professional musician (of nearly 25 years) who has toured 19 countries. Mark has also released music under the monikers Hospital and Home, as well as two eponymous releases “Two Years and Thirty Minutes” in 2004, and “The Killing Card” in 2006. Drew O’Doherty has a solo project with a handful of musicians that accompany him on some shows. Drew also plays by himself. He has an album called ‘Starts’ (2006) available on his Bandcamp. Portsmouth Singer Songwriter Festival at The Music Hall Loft. The Music Hall Loft, 131 Congress St., Portsmouth FMI about these artists or to order tickets, call (603) 436-2400.
Citizen Cope’s sounds are southern rural, big sky lonely, concrete urban, & painfully romantic. From the get-go, he introduced his audiences to a world of musical worry with his breakout song “Sideways,” that was covered by Carlos Santana. His motivation has always been to make music in front of people, & it has won him a vast audience in America & abroad. Opener William Fitzsimmons’ easy voice, which falls somewhere between the breathy earnestness of Sufjan Stevens & the steady, deep water thrum of Iron & Wine’s Sam Beam, has a knack for crafting incredibly measured, deeply personal, largely finger-picked folk confections that flirt with adult-oriented pop without losing any of their artisan luster. Portsmouth Singer Songwriter Festival at The Music Hall Historical Theater. Prices: $48; $38 Music Hall Historic Theater, 28 Chestnut St, Portsmouth FMI, call (603) 436-2400 or www.themusichall.org.
Presented by the Portland Symphony Orchestra. Robert Moody, conductor and Storm Large, vocalist. Program: Weill Seven Deadly Sins and Beethoven Symphony No. 7. Prices are available online. The Merrill Auditorium, 20 Myrtle St, Portland FMI or to order tickets, call (207) 842-0800.
A Closer Walk celebrates & pays tribute to one of the giants of country music & brings Patsy to life with a tour through her greatest performances interpreted by Seacoast actor and veteran of the Mama Mia Broadway Tour Merrill Peiffer. Director John Pirroni, the cast and band have painstakingly researched and rehearsed to recreate the Patsy sound live. You'll hear all the classics! Located at 125 Bow St., Portsmouth FMI, call (603) 433-4793 or visit www.seacoastrep.org by the Birdman character), lead to a climactic finish. Rated R for language throughout, some sexual content and brief violence. FMI, call (207) 363-2818 York Public Library, 15 Long Sands Road.
Family film. The exhibits at the Museum of Natural History come alive and go wild once again. Larry, the manager, finds himself in trouble and an epic quest unfolds. Rated PG. 98 minutes. York Public Library, 15 Long Sands Road FMI, call (207) 363-2818.
Throughout history the sea has represented humanity’s spirit of hope and possibility, while simultaneously the potential for danger and ruin. The Coast & the Sea: Marine and Maritime Art in America captures these initial moments of a country looking to define itself. The artworks, largely painted between 1750 and 1904 are significant in that they themselves helped create the American Dream. Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Sq., Portland Admission: $12/adults,$10/seniors & students, $6/youth ages 13-17, children under 12 are free. $5 surcharge for special exhibitions. FMI, (207)775-6148 email@example.com
View the steam pumper and other fire memorabilia. Firemen’s Park, corner of Shore Rd. and Cottage St., Ogunquit.
background image shows Stage Neck Inn in aerial view taken above Sewalls Bridge