Fall Into the Kennebunks


Veteran leaf-peepers know there's no better place to be in all the world than New England in the fall. Sunshine is bounteous and the days are still pleasant, but the views, oh the views! Imagine the flame-colored leaves - gold, scarlet and burnt orange - against the blue of the sky or ocean and you'll get the idea. The fall is also a great time to do some antique hunting, check out local fairs, yard sales and farmers markets and, of course, take a walk on the (less crowded) beach.


10/10-12/19 (Tuesdays) Hurricane Restaurant Public Supper: Tuesday nights from October 10th until December 19th the boys and girls in the back come up with a short menu of three comfort foods like mac & cheese, meatloaf or - as always - baked haddock with a lobster cream sauce. Your choice for $9.95, tax and tip included. Tell us you can find a better deal on the coast o' Maine than dinner at Hurricane for $9.95! $9.95



Ongoing On the Marsh Bistro ‘Early Comfort Dinner’ at On the Marsh: New for the colder months, On the Marsh Bistro introduces “Early Comfort Dinner” served from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The menu will feature entrees such as pot pie, meat loaf, pot roast, stew, veggie lasagna and more -- all for $12. Wine is served by the glass for $5. For reservations, call 967-2299. $12  
11/3:         7 p.m. Duffy's Spiritual Readings with Melissa Boyd: Join Melissa Boyd for a Spiritual Reading. $50pp SOLD OUT
11/11: 6 - 8:30 p.m Salt and Honey An Evening of Fall Inspired Cocktails: Join Salt & Honeys chef Jackson and craft cocktail experts from Stroudwater Distillery and HoneyMaker (Maine Mead Works) for an evening of Fall inspired cocktails and small plates. Immerse yourself in the creative experience as Chef Jackson guides you through the preperation of four Fall inspired recipes. Each recipe will be expertly paired with craft cocktails chosen by our good friends at Stroudwater Distillery and HoneyMaker aka Maine Mead Works. Limited seating available. $29pp (207) 204-0195

11/10:      6-7 p.m.

Auntie's House Perfecting the Dipped Chocolate Chip Cookie: Learn the tips and tricks of baking the perfect chocolate chip cookie and dip them in melted chocolate as a double sweet treat. $15pp (207) 204-0338  

11/11:     10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Frinklepod Farm Paper Flower Workshop: Learn to make gorgeous paper flowers with Amity Beane of Florabeane Flowers.    Register
11/11:      1-3 p.m. Duffy's Brick Store Museum History Lunch - Local Wartime History. We're partnering to offer a little bit of history to our friends. Museum Director Cynthia Walker will present a historical account of the wartime history of the Kennebunks. She will be bringing artifacts (including antique firearms), pictures and more to tell the story of an event the shaped our town. Lunch is included with a choice of turkey dinner or chicken parmesan with apple crisp for dessert. $25pp Register
11/12:      4-7 p.m. Frinklepod Farm Holiday Feast Cooking Class at Frinklepod Farm: our favorite holiday comfort foods, from appetizers to main courses to desserts, with a plant-based twist. Learn new recipes and tricks in the kitchen while you cook with others, then sit down with the class to enjoy the full meal. $65pp Register
11/17:      6-7 p.m. Auntie's House Perfecting the Dipped Chocolate Chip Cookie: Learn the tips and tricks of baking the perfect chocolate chip cookie and dip them in melted chocolate as a double sweet treat. $15pp (207) 204-0338
11/18: 1-3 p.m. Old Vines Wine Bar Make the perfect cocktail: Come behind the bar at Old Vines where you will make two drinks from their amazing and delicious cocktail list. Event will includes light appetizers. $50pp Register