Monthly meetings alternate between 9 AM and 6 PM, generally on the first Thursday of every month.

Our current meetings are at Christ Church, 6 Dane Street, Kennebunk (near the Brick Store Museum)

 

See MEETINGS for complete schedule.

 

 

When we have a Spring Show, it will be at a location to be determined, in the Kennebunks.
Summer, Fall and Winter shows at the Masonic Hall at the corner of North and Temple streets in Kennebunkport.

 

SUMMER FINE ART & CRAFT SHOW, FALL SHOW, and WINTER PRELUDE SHOW

at the Masonic Hall, 1 North Street, Kennebunkport 

Directions to the Masonic Hall, 1 North St., Kennebunkport:

From 95: take exit 25 (Rt.35) and follow Route 35 / 9A south to downtown Kennebunk.

Take left onto Maine St./ route 1/ 35 / 9A., quick right at Town Hall onto Summer Street / 35 / 9A.

Continue for 3 miles (then called Port Rd.) to Kennebunk Lower Village.

At the light at Rt. 35 and Rt. 9 take a left onto Rt. 9, go over the bridge and through Dock Square.

Take a left onto Temple Street. That's the one-way street where the Post Office is located.

Continue around the corner, past the South Congregational Church to the end of the street.

The Masonic Hall is the white building on your left, at the end of the street.

Parking at rear. Note that the netrance to the parking lot is at the very end of Temple St., and is one way!

 

Note that temple Street and North Street intersect and the hall is on the corner, on a one-way street.

 

Coming from the south on Rt. 9 (from Wells):

After the Maine Diner, take right onto route 9/ Western Ave.

Follow route 9 through two intersections and lights to the center of Kennebunkport. 

Go over the bridge and through Dock Square.

Take a left onto Temple Street. That's the one-way street where the Post Office is located.

Continue around the corner past the South Congregational Church to the end of the street.

The Masonic Hall is the white building on your left, at the end of the street. Parking at rear.

 

 

 

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Five Islands by Lynne Eldridge

 

Three Little Boys by Lisa Roderick

 

If the artist does not have a link to their email or web site, feel free to email me, Geraldine, and I will pass on any inquiry.