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.
Hip hip hooray! Our Outdoor Pool and Snack Bar are open to hotel guests. Enjoy the sand, sun and surf as well as a chaise beside the pool!
Book a treatment at The Spa At Stage Neck. 800-340-1130 x 452
Please note that we have added the ability to book 9- or 18-hole tee times at Cape Neddick Country Club with your stay (available approximately April 18 to early November). Please inquire when making your reservations by telephone or select the desired options in the shopping cart during your online reservation.
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.
Tasting kits available. Sponsored by the Wells Chamber of Commerce. "Maine State Cook-Off” is sanctioned by International Chili Society. (207) 646-2451 / www.wellschilifest.com. Wells Junior High School, 1470 Post Road (Rte. 1), Wells.
3rd Annual Woodies in the Cove Car Show
August 23, Saturday, 9 am to 2 pm
Presented by the Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit. FMI firstname.lastname@example.org, (281) 455-7779. Next to the McDonald's on Route 1 in Wells.
Proceeds benefit the Animal Welfare Society. Rain date August 24. Presented by the Society of So. Maine Craftsmen. River Green, Ocean Ave., Kennebunkport.
The open houses will continue every Sunday through Columbus Day weekend in October. No reservations are needed; the guided tours are on a first come, first served basis. Children must be at least 42 inches tall to climb to the top, and adults are not permitted to carry children up the stairs. Visitors are invited to climb to the lantern room to enjoy the magnificent view at the mouth of the Piscataqua River and to see the nineteenth century lens up close. Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, at Coast Guard Station Portsmouth Harbor, 25 Wentworth Rd., New Castle, NH (603) 828-9243 www.portsmouthharborlighthouse.org
Enjoy a Gundalow Cruise! Day and Sunset Cruises available. Please see the Front Desk for sailing schedules & your $10 off voucher. gundalow.org or (603) 433-9505
Specialty food products, fresh vegetables, fruits, baked goods, meats, eggs, breads and homemade crafts. Held in the lot behind the Great York Region Chamber of Commerce, 1 Stonewall Lane, York. (207) 363-4422
Over 35 vendors offering a variety of produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods, crafts. Kitterycommunitymarket.com- Kittery Center Village at Post Office Square, Shapleigh Road, Kittery, ME
Maine Coast Cycling Club at Kennebunkport Bicycle Company, Arundel Rd., Kennebunkport. FMI www.mainecoastcycling.com.
Come enjoy an athletic, all levels vinyasa yoga class with “Yoga On York” founders, Jeff and Rae Lynn, on Maine’s beautiful York Harbor Beach. Breathing deeply, moving mindfully…. the soothing sounds of the ocean waves, the poignant smells of salt air, the gentle morning sun (or not), the occasional nibble of a gnat (or not), the sounds of nature, and the visit from a random dog while you are in down dog all make this beach yoga bliss. At Yoga On York’s Beach Yoga classes you will be clearly guided with verbal queues to bring your attention to healthy body alignment. Time to mindfully stretch and strengthen your body, moving to the flow of your deep breathing and the sound of the ocean does wonders for health and wellness!
• Friday, August 22 – On Tap
• Saturday, August 23 – New Magnolia Jazz Band
Buffet, Belafonte, rock and roll. Hobbs Memorial Gazebo, Harbor Road, Wells. Free
Put on your leisure suits, halter tops, and platform shoes and get ready to boogie down through 10 years of ground-breaking music! Seacoast Reparatory Theatre, 125 Bow Street, Portsmouth, NH., email@example.com or call (603) 433-4793
Starring Gail Bennett as Mary Poppins! The enchanting story, unforgettable songs and breathtaking dance numbers will dazzle and delight theatre goers of all ages. (207) 646-5511 firstname.lastname@example.org [Please note that as a service to our guests, we will reserve your tickets for you in advance of your stay. Please contact the front desk (extension 0) for details.]
Cocktails, music and hors d'oeuvres, plus an arts and entertainment auction. Ogunquit Museum of American Art, 543 Shore Rd., Ogunquit. FMI www.ogunquitmuseum.org.
Annual Awards Exhibition of the Art Guild of the Kennebunks show, Community House, Temple St., Kennebunkport. Show continues to August 24. Friday 10 AM to 7 PM; Saturday 10 AM to 7 PM; Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. Public is invited; free admission.
"Confluence”, an exhibit of pieces by Kate Doyle, Kenneth Joseph Bini and Sumner Winebaum. Three artists' works converge to celebrate the human form in a variety of mediums, including photography, oil paint and bronze. Other artists' works are featured throughout the gallery. The gallery is located at 375 Little Harbor Road in Portsmouth. For information, call 379-6560 or visit www.drift-gallery.com.
York's George Marshall Store Gallery is featuring the work of three well-established New England artists. Wendy Turner, exhibiting a new body of large oil canvases, master ceramic artist, Paul Heroux and VT artist Mark Goodwin, who expresses his ideas through mixed media paintings. (207) 351-1083
We are celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Old York Decorator Show Houses! “Harbor Lights” is situated on a bluff above the south bank of the York River. The house was designed by the Boston architectural firm of Chapman and built in 1906 as a summer cottage for New Hampshire Governor Frank W. Rollins. Please visit us and enjoy the sweeping views of woods and York Harbor and the grand old cottage features original classical woodwork, built-in cupboards, hardwood floors and windows framing beautiful vistas. Admission $25! (207) 363-4974 or www.oldyork.org
York is a town rich in history. Many of the original settlement buildings have been preserved and serve as a living museum ... a glimpse into southern Maine's past. In addition, the Museum has added a World War I exhibit.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the war in Europe now known as World War I. Initially, most Americans knew of the spreading devastation from Belgium to Russia as distant new events. But others, both men and women, were so moved by the suffering there that they offered to serve. Once the U.S. declared war on Germany in 1917, more people gave of themselves, with many making the ultimate sacrifice. Post card image from the Museums of Old York web site.
View the steam pumper and other fire memorabilia . Firemen’s Park, corner of Shore Rd. and Cottage St., Ogunquit.
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