“Beyond friends, family, and pets, I bet a lot of what you love is what you’ve found here in the Kennebunks: a home and an awesome community,” shares Dolce. “Well, to keep this community awesome, especially in these challenging times, we need to show some LOVE to our local businesses.”
Even though Paint the Town Red is over, all of our galleries and many restaurants and ships are open. However, we want to give you another excuse to visit this area of the state. Maine Restaurant Week, The White Barn Inn and Federal Jacks Brewery. Lucky for us both of these wonderful establishments are just steps from Maine Art Hill. So come visit us first and then try one of these great deals.
Here at Maine Art Hill, we are adding to the celebration with our annual Framing Sale. Any custom framing is 25% off for the entire month of February.
MaineLife takes you to the Kennebunks with Erin, KRC and Maine Art Hill to meet fascinating locals, explore new places to visit, and uncover the positive stories you won’t hear anywhere else.
It is such a privilege to be asked to participate in Real Men Wear Pink, and Spain is excited about being involved in this campaign. It offers him the opportunity not only to personally bring in awareness but to use his business to feature beautiful works art and use his huge network of clients and friends to raise awareness and money for this cause.
Vinegar Hill Music Theater is celebrating summertime Sundays by hosting Sunday Chill at the Hill. This wonderful music venue is less than five miles from Maine Art Hill. Each Sunday at 3 o’clock.
The Village Art Walk, Passport to Prelude is on Friday, December 8 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Stop by and get your “Prelude Passport” stamped at participating Village Art Walk galleries, including Maine Art, for your chance to win prizes! Pick up your free Passport at participating galleries or the Chamber of Commerce Kiosk, 1 Chase Hill Road, Kennebunk (across from H.B. Provisions).
Come and join Maine Art and MaineStage Shakespeare on Tuesday, August 8th. The actors and actresses, in full costume, will wander among Lyman Whitaker’s Wind Sculptures at 14 Western Ave in Kennebunk from 7:30 to sunset. They will share excerpts from their present production of Midsummer Night’s Dream.
This weekend is all about the mothers.
They have earned a weekend of pampering and love. They have earned a bit of rest from the crazy. They have earned anything they darn well please. If you are at a loss as to how to make this happen for the mommas in your world, look no further than a visit to the Kennebunks
It has been in the planning for a while now, but the actual construction – and destruction, began right after Christmas. Many businesses in the port, who remain open throughout the winter, were worried about access. However, the town has made sure that customers can get to where they need to be, one way or… Read more »