Frannie Peabody Center is committed to compassionate care for the community infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS in Maine. The Center helps the community face and fight the realities of the disease by providing prevention education and direct services, including housing, information, education, advocacy, and counseling services. Frannie Peabody Center treats the whole person with dignity, care and compassion.
The Goals of The AIDS Memorial Quilt are to provide a creative means for remembrance and healing, effectively illustrate the enormity of the AIDS pandemic, increase awareness of HIV and AIDS throughout the general public and assist others with HIV infection prevention education.
Blacksmith Mall, is an antiques high volume group shop. They have everything from vintage fur coats to antique bass guitars to old church pews, Roseville, and much much more. Come in today before all the items you want are gone! It is a perfect place to find that one special item.
Specializing in custom building and remodeling, Ogunquit based Coastal General Construction prides itself in expertise building both commercial and residential properties. With over 30 years of experience, business partners Jerry DeHart and Norm Clough bring quality and service to each project, from new construction to renovation, and from full remodels to dream kitchens and bathrooms.
With a solid reputation for delighting customers and maintaining the highest standards of professionalism, the meticulous team at Coastal General Construction guides clients from conception through completion, turning dreams into realities.
Columbary House Antiques is conveniently located on Route 1 in Cape Neddick which is midway between the town of York and the village of Ogunquit. Columbary House is unique in that it covers an extensive selection from all categories and time periods.
The shops uniqueness and variety has made it very popular with other antique dealers from around the country who shop here in Maine.
Since 1985 John Philbrick has been offering authentic antiques at fine shows across the country. With an emphasis on early Americana, the company specializes in 18th century New England Furniture, European ceramics, early lighting, and decorative arts. We seek to offer objects, decorative and utilitarian, that would be commonplace in a colonial home.
Minka was the name for dwellings of farmers, artisans, and merchants of traditional japanese villages. Usually made of natural elements. Minka Home is an independant business providing quality, thoughtful products that are designed and created by local artisans.
Everyone thinks they are special. On The Main really is! For gifts you will not find anywhere else; for unique designs of hand blown glass and pottery; for Steve Katz's prints (not available elsewhere in northern New England); for items that delight the eye and the mind visit On The Main.
The Pottery Shop is the home of Chris Davis Stoneware Pottery, in Ogunquit since 1984. Chris and Alex make handsome functional pots for cooking and serving food, presenting flowers and plants, holding candles and oil to light your home and garden, and more.
One of our favorite gift shops. Artist owned. They have everything from locally made jewelry, Maine Art; andfun things for the home! A must if your are visiting Ogunquit. See their new store in Perkins Cove
David Sullivan's Photography captures the essence that is Ogunquit. David is a year round resident that has been photographing the Maine coast for almost a decade.
David has produced Calendars, art posters, framed art and other gift items.
Swamp John's has been in the same location and under the same ownership since 1971. Specializing in handmade fine art jewelry using a variety of gems set in sterling silver and 14 and 18 karat gold, Swamp John's has a large selection of tourmaline and opal. Their upstairs glass gallery is full of hand-blown vases, bowls, and unique glass and metal sculpture. Swamp John's showcases the work of over 100 American artists, and can help in the creation of unique custom jewelry, as well.
The Van Ward Gallery of Ogunquit, Maine, has been showcasing an eclectic array of local and New England artists for the past eight years. Located in an inauspicious 160 year old carriage house,next to "Brix & Brine"; the Van Ward Gallery has quickly become known as a best bet to view the most unique art works of quality in the region.
A full service floral shop located in Cape Neddick, Maine. Our flowers represent each season's best, and are perfect for gifts, parties, holidays, or any time you want to enjoy the incomparable natural beauty of flowers in your home.
A truly unique flower shop located in
Ogunquit, Maine, specializing in high quality, exotic flowers and full
custom wedding services. They also offer a large selection of exquisite home, garden, bath, and body gifts.
The Beach Caddie is a street legal electric passenger vehicle offering a safe and convenient shuttle service for our Ogunquit guests.
No more hassles finding a parking space, dodging the rain drops or sweating the summer heat. The Beach Caddie will pick you up from your hotel, Inn or cottage and drive you to your Ogunquit destination.
As the former Town Clerk of Ogunquit, I can provide you with over 30 years of knowledge and expertise needed to assist you in making your wedding day one of the most magical, meaningful and memorable days of your lives. I had the honor of officiating at the first same-sex marriage on December 31, 2012, when I united Chris Prudente and Michael Tighe of Ogunquit in marriage. I would be pleased to also make your desire to marry your partner and soul-mate a reality.