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Our region includes twelve communities in Midcoast Maine: Brunswick, Harpswell, Topsham, Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Richmond, Bath, West Bath, Phippsburg, Woolwich, Arrowsic, and Georgetown.


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Leave the ocean behind, and spend a day around Merrymeeting Bay

Route 24 between Bowdoinham and Richmond

Start your tour by getting on Route 24.  From Brunswick, take the bridge from Maine Street into Topsham and turn right onto Elm Street / Route 24 moments after crossing the Androscoggin River. From 295 take Exit 31 and drive into Topsham on Route 196, taking a right onto Main Street / Route 201.  Follow Main Street south for a few minutes, then turn left onto Elm Street / Route 24.  You’ll find it difficult to keep your eyes on the road as you drive northeast on 24, what with the picturesque woods, fields and flowers rolling by.  Continue on 24 into Bowdoinham, and when 24 takes a hard bend to the right, you’ll know you’re almost at your first stop.  Around that bend you’ll come to the intersection of 24 and Main St in Bowdoinham, and here you’ll turn left toward Phillip Mailly Waterfront Park.  Park on the street or in the lot toward the bottom end, and prepare to visit the…

Exterior of the Merrymeeting Arts Center

Merrymeeting Arts Center:  9 Main St, Bowdoinham.  Established in the spirit of local artist Bryce Muir, the center is a venue for all to celebrate community and art.  It features a gallery with changing shows, a shop offering items from local craftspeople, and the Brycework Museum, a permanent display of Bryce Muir’s wood sculptures and other work.. Classes are offered for children and adults.  Hours: Fri. Noon to 3 pm & Sat. 10 am to 4 pm, or by appointment.  Contact: 207–208–7942, www.MerryMeetingArtsCenter.org

The Gallery at the Merrymeeting Arts CenterWood Carvings by Bryce Muir in the Brycework Museum

After you’re done exploring the whimsical work of Bryce Muir and rest of the Arts Center, get back on Route 24 and keep going north toward Richmond.  In Richmond, you’ll pass Church Street, then Weymouth Street, one immediately after the other on your left.  Take the next left after Weymouth Street onto Main Street / Route 197.  You don’t have to go far – park somewhere near the top of the street and look for your next two destinations on the left side of the street, right next door to one another.

Store Gallery:  54 Main St, Richmond.  Featuring work by the owner, Ed Mackenzie, this gallery and studio was once an old grocery store, and the interior pays homage to its former purpose.  Found objects are the artist’s primary media, and his compelling 3D compositions reflect his strong design sensibilities.  He has numerous series of artwork, including his latest, “Make Art Not War,” as well as several based on material themes, such as Pianoworks, which primarily employs pieces of pianos, and Pyrotechnical, using matches.  Hours: Thurs. through Sat. 11 am to 4 pm, Sun. 10 am to 1 pm.  Contact: 207–737-4724, www.EdwardMackenzie.com

The Blue Moose Emporium:  52 Main St, Richmond.  Joselyn Walsh’s eclectic shop offers her own original, fantastic mosaic work, as well as numerous other items, including jewelry, hand painted glassware, collages, and lampshades.  Classes are also available.  Hours: Tues. through Sat. 11am to 5pm.  Contact: 207–737–4684, www.BlueMoose.etsy.com

To leave Richmond, get back on Route 24, now also Route 197, and go north.  The road will soon fork, at which point bear right, staying on Route 197 / Front Street.  Cross the bridge over the Kennebec, staying on 197 / Patterson Rd.  Not far after the bridge is the intersection of 197 and Route 128, at which point you will turn left, going north on 128 / Cedar Rd.  After roughly five minutes you will see a sign for the Pownalborough Courthouse on your left.  Turn into that drive, and follow it to the courthouse.

1761 Pownalborough Courthouse:  Off of Route 128 / Cedar Rd in Dresden.  This historic courthouse also once served as a tavern for travelers, and it still draws passersby today, though now the kitchen is for viewing purposes only.  The courthouse also features judges’ chambers, bedrooms, a parlor, and a tavern room.  It was once the Dresden Post Office, and is now a museum welcoming visitors in the summer months.  Hours:  Open Sat. 10 am to 4 pm and Sun. Noon to 4 pm Memorial Day to Columbus Day.  Additional in July & August:  Tues. through Fri. 10 am to 4 pm.

Info: www.LincolnCountyHistory.org/lchaparts/courthouse.htm.

Go back from the courthouse the same way you came, traveling south on 128 to 197.  Once you reach 197, turn left and keep going until you reach the intersection of 197 and Route 127.  Bear left to travel north on Middle Rd / 197 / 127.  After a short drive you’ll pass Calls Hill Rd on your right, at which point you’re less than a minute away from your next stop.  You can’t miss it, what with the large studio on the hill to your right.  Just look for the roadside sign for…

Tandem Glass Studio & Gallery: 6 Eagle Lodge Ln, Dresden.  Browse and buy beautiful glass lighting, vases, sculpture, and numerous other items in the shop / showroom of this saltbox barn.  All pieces are made on site by proprietors Charlie Jenkins and Terrill Waldman in their working studio, where, with permission, you might get a chance to see glass being blown.  Check out the new lights in Henry & Marty’s Restaurant in Brunswick for a sample of their work!  Hours: Artists typically on site during normal work hours, but only open by chance or appointment.  Please call beforehand.  Contact: 207-737-2781, www.tandemglass.blogspot.com, www.terrilldesign.blogspot.com

After you leave the glass studio, take a left onto Middle Rd / Rt 197 / Rt 127.  Drive straight south on this route for several miles, eventually entering the town of Woolwich.  When you see Wright Lane on your right, followed by Emmott Drive on your left, you’ll know it’s almost time to turn off of 127.  Turn left onto Old Stage Rd, and stay on it through the first intersection.  Shortly thereafter you’ll come to another intersection, with John Walker Farm Rd meeting Old Stage Rd from the left, and Meadow Rd and Gray Corner Rd from the right.  Turn right onto Meadow Rd, and stay on it until it ends at Shaw Rd.  Look for your next stop on Meadow Rd, up a steep dirt driveway on your left immediately before Shaw Rd.  Partway up the driveway is a sign for…

Romney Ridge Farm:  5 Meadow Rd, Woolwich.  Buy beautiful yarn and meet the sheep it comes from!  Romeo the goat will great you on your visit to this vibrant, working farm, and if you’re so inclined, you can tour the premises and meet the collection of unusual farm animals, from an angora rabbit to silky hens.  Purchase hand-spun and mill-spun yarn as well as complementary products from local craftspeople in the farm shop, a converted pony shed.  Hours: Wed. through Fri. 3 to 6 pm, Sat. & Sun. 10 am to 5 pm. 
Contact: 207-442-7298, www.RomneyRidgeFarm.com

Take a left out of the farm driveway and then turn right onto Shaw Rd.  Follow Shaw Rd to where it ends and meets U.S. Route 1, and just before Route 1 you’re going to turn right to visit…

Saltbox Pottery: 4 Shaw Rd, Woolwich.  Hand thrown on a wheel using stoneware clay and kiln fired on location, the offerings from potter Tracy Adams Wilson are equally functional and beautiful, featuring over twenty different patterns and glazes.  The shop offers a stunning array of products, ranging from clocks and candleholders to saltshakers and shrimp servers.  Stop by any day of the week.  Hours: Mon. through Sat. 10 am to 5:30 pm, Sun. Noon to 5 pm.  Contact: 207-443-5586 or toll free at 1-800-755-7687, www.SaltboxPottery.com

This was just a taste of the bay, and your official tour is over, so feel free to get back on Route 1 to head south toward Bath, Brunswick, and Route 295, but if the sites listed here appealed, then keep driving on your own to discover all that the Merrymeeting Bay area has to offer…

Take a beautiful drive to the coast. 

Great art and food await.

Sunset off Orrs Island
The Blue Door
, 247 Basin Point Rd, Harpswell. 
Hati Modr’s studio and gallery features her oil paintings and work by local artists and artisans, including original drawings from Whale of Lowell’s Cove. Wed-Sun, 12noon-5pm or by appt. June 25-Labor Day. (Directions: Take Rte 123 from Brunswick-intersection with Rt 24 at Bowdoin College just over 11 miles along beautiful Harpswell Neck.  Right on Ash Cove Rd; go .2 mile; right on Basin Point Rd, 1.2 miles.) Contact: 833-2815.
Hati Modr image

Bittersweet Design, 285 Basin Point Rd. Harpswell.  Just down the road, Christina Beebe’s studio-gallery offers fine art watercolors and acrylic paintings, one-of-a-kind hand painted wooden bowls, floor cloths, furniture & note cards.  Contact: 207-833-5198 or 207-833-6721

Black Bird Cafe, 506 Harpswell Neck Rd Harpswell. Cafe offers brunch, lunch and dinner with band nights. Call for details: 721-1157. (Directions: From Brunswick, take Rt 123 just over 6 miles from intersection with Rt 24 at Bowdoin College. Cafe is on right, at blinking light /intersection with Mountain Rd. From The Blue Door, return to Rte 123 and go 5.4 mi north; cafe is on left.)

GEORGETOWNWesat Island Gallery, Georgetown
West Island Gallery, 37 Bay Point Rd., Georgetown. On View: Thru June 7 “Windows and the Like,” J. Day Mason. June 14-July 19 "Skiffs, Knots, Lines and Sails," Katharina Keoughan of Friendship. Opening Reception: Saturday, June 14th, 4-6pm. Wed-Sat, 11am to 5pm (Directions: From Rt 1 in Woolwich, take Rt 127 south 8.7 miles; right on Bay Point Rd. Go .2 mile; gallery on right.)Canvas by Katharina Keoughan at West Island Gallery

Five Islands Lobster Co
, 1447 Five Islands Rd, Georgetown. Bring your camera. Memorial-Labor Day: open daily, 11:30am-8pm. Contact: 371-2990 (Directions: From West Island Gallery, return to Rt 127; go south/right onto 127 for 3.1 miles to Five Islands.)

Images: Sunset off Harpswell, West Island Gallery, Canvas by Katharina Keoughan, on view at West Island Gallery.




Mud Boots Tour

It's easy to find green spaces in the Five Rivers region.  Great resources for more trails include: Healthy Maine Walks, the Lower Kennebec Regional Land Trust, and the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust.

Thorne’s Head, Bath: This network of trails offers a range of ecology and beautiful views. Maps are available at the trailhead.  The primary trail leads to a glacial hill with views of Merrymeeting Bay.  Mt. Blue is often visible, and on a clear day in winter one can see Mt. Washington.  A longer trail loops around the river’s shoreline rocks. Well behaved dogs welcome! (In Bath, take High St north to the dead end. Parking area at trailhead.)

view from morse mountain

Morse Mountain, Phippsburg:  Gorgeous hike through woods and tidal marsh, ending at a long stretch of sandy beach.  At the top, one can see east to Popham Beach and Morse River, south to Portland and Casco Bay, and the White Mountains in the distance Much of the marsh land is preserved for nesting birds, so no dogs are allowed on the trail.  (Take Rt. 209 south, but continue straight onto Rt. 216 instead of turning left towards Popham. Look for the Morse Mt. street sign on the left, under a mile from the intersection.)

Josephine Newman Sanctuary, Georgetown: This sanctuary was given to the Maine Audubon Society by Josephine Newman so that others could enjoy the outdoors she loved.   Just beyond the entrance is the foundation of the home in which the Newman family resided.   The field it looks out upon is a haven for deer at dawn and dusk.  Trails take you on a lovely hike around woods, water and field.  (Rt. 127 south, past the Georgetown library and over the bridge but before next turn; sanctuary’s sign is on the dirt road to your right.) 

Merrymeeting Fields, Woolwich: This 125-acre preserve has extensive frontage on the Kennebec River and Chopps Creek. Trails follow the old lighthouse road through a mixed forest to an overlook of Merrymeeting Bay. A wonderful place for bird watching, especially for bald eagles, since the  Kennebec River and Abagadasset Wetlands are a high value habitat for nesting and migrating birds. Spawning grounds for striped bass lie just off the shore.  (North Rt. 1, right on Rt. 127 north, right on Rt. 128, 6 miles to Chopps Point Rd. Left onto Chopps Point Rd. and appx. 1 mi to parking lot and kiosk on the right.) 
merrymeeting fields walk

Cathance River Nature Preserve, Topsham: Trails pass quarries and a fabulous heath sanctuary. The 230-acre preserve slopes down to the river through a mix of fields and forest and then runs along the Cathance River shoreline. The heath sanctuary has a trail around its perimeter and is connected with the remainder of the preserve through a narrow corridor. (From Rt. 196, turn onto Village Rd. at Highland Green. Right on Evergreen Circle.  Park in small lot on left.)


Driving Tour:
Bowdoinham & Richmond

A breathtaking drive up Rt. 24 can lead you to some of the most friendly and industriously creative people you’ll ever meet.

Merrymeeting Arts Center, 9 Main St, Bowdoinham opens this fall. Visit Grand Opening as part of Celebrate Bowdoinham, September 8. Created in the spirit of Bryce Muir, the Center will be a place where anyone can celebrate community and art. (Regular hours not set at press time.) www.merrymeetingartscenter.org

Also at 9 Main St., Bowdoinham
Waterfront Flowers & Gifts
. This shop includes work by local artists. M-F 9-5, Sat 10-2. 
Paul Baines Fine Woodworking
. Beautiful works in progress and an intimate view of the art of woodworking. Daily 8-5. Contact: 571-8280, www.paulbainesfinewoodworking.com.
Bowdoinham Dingy

Steven Thomas Bunn, Furnituremaker, 22 Center St, Bowdoinham. See several fine Windsor chairs in various stages of construction and finish. "There's always sopmething going on here." . Th-Sat 9-5; Sun 12-5. Contact: 666-5586. (Directions: From Rt 24 turn uphill onto Rt 125. Go less than 1/4 mile to Center st. Right on Center St. (Fox Realty on corner). Look for red chair hanging from tree-third house on left.)

Keepsakes, 1419 River Road, Bowdoinham (Rt. 24; just before Richmond town line). Visit this charming country and cottage style shop. Tour gardens, take a peek at charming homemade birdhouses, and pick up handsome, hand painted furniture. Open daily (through late fall). Contact: 737-8051.

The Blue Moose Emporium, 52 Main #1, Richmond. This colorful shop and art space specializes in beadwork, painting glass, mosaics, and mixed media from local artists. Tues-Sat 11-5. Contact: 737-4684

jane page conway scene transfersExtend your tour. Side table by Mark Donovan

Call for appointment: Edward Mackenzie 737-4724 (Store Gallery, Richmond), Richard Lee 798-0935 (Papermaking, Richmond), Jane Page Conway 666-3631 (Photography, Bowdoinham), Kathy Goddu 666-3407 (Fiber, Bowdoinham). Weds eves figure drawing sessions are offered weekly. Contact: Marianne Marrone Legassie 837-1511.


Find more art: www. fiveriversartsalliance.org/directory/directory.aspx

Driving Tour: Georgetown and Arrowsic

five islands

Georgetown and Arrowsic have been hot spots for artists for over a century.  These gorgeous islands are about as Maine as you can get – from the scenery to the art, they do not disappoint.

To start your journey, get on Rt. 1 and head towards Bath.  Just after you cross over the bridge from Bath, you will make a right towards Georgetown and Arrowsic, come to an intersection, and make a left again towards Georgetown and Arrowsic.

arrowsic island potteryA few minutes down the road, just after the Arrowsic Town Hall, you will make a left onto Old Stage Road.  This will bring you on a scenic tour through Arrowsic’s natural landscape and to Arrowsic Island Pottery.  This husband and wife run studio and gallery is packed with pottery, from whimsical ceramic mice to elegant vases and plates.  The atmosphere is welcoming and the location is charming.

Continue down Old Stage Road until you come to the intersection of Rt. 127 and make a left onto it to continue on to Georgetown.  Before you cross into Georgetown, just after the Arrowsic Fire House, stop on the left of the road at a small lookout point.

As you continue down Rt. 127 look around you and enjoy the natural beauty of the coast.

georgetown potteryYour first stop in Georgetown is the famous Georgetown Pottery, which ships its goods all over the country, but calls this island home.  They have stacks of ceramic ware, many of their pieces painted with scenes inspired by the Maine coast.  This is where they make all of their art, and if you drop in the studio, they just might give you a tour and show you where all the magic happens

georgetown historical societyShortly after turning right onto the main road, you will make a right onto Basin Point Road.  Almost immediately on your left is the Georgetown Historical Society, where you can drop in to beef up on your knowledge of the artistic history of Georgetown.  This island has been an important spot for the visual arts for decades.  Dahlov Ipcar, a noted muralist and children’s book illustrator, is one notable figure on the Georgetown art scene, along with her parents, renowned sculptor William Zorach and painter Marguerite Thompson Zorach.

west island galleryTurn left onto Basin Point Road and continue to the West Island Gallery on your right.  From a garden setting, the gallery offers local art and rotating shows.  This professional gallery has strong roots in Georgetown culture and art history.


Down Rt 127 a bit further, you will see a right hand turn off the road to Reid State Park.  Reid State Park has beautiful beaches, hiking trails, and picnic areas that are open to the public from 9am to sunset for a small fee.

five islands farmReturn back to Rt.127 for a few miles.  You will come to a fork in the road with a memorial in the middle, and you should bare right.  Shortly Five Islands Farm will come up on your left.  Stop in at this shop for local produce and flowers, and enjoy the abundant beauty of Georgetown’s natural riches.

Continue down Rt. 127’s now winding road until the end of the Island – Five Island’s Harbor.  This is a wonderful spot to stop for a bite to eat and take time to reflect on the experience of art in Georgetown and Arowsic.  This working harbor is always busy with boats and people and provides picturesque views of the coast.  The Lobster Company, located on the wharf, specializes is cheap, fresh seafood and is open daily from 11-7.

lobster company


Driving Tour: Harpswell

HARPSWELL is a breathtakingly beautiful costal community.  Artists in Harpswell invite you into their galleries and homes; art is a way of life out here, and it’s no mystery why.  Harpswell is an artists dream, and this tour will give you unique insight into the creative lifestyle here.


Sites on the road from Brunswick to Harpswell

As you drive down Rt. 123 from Brunswick to Harpswell, make sure to appreciate your surroundings.  You will pass sites of historic importance and natural beauty.  Note the flower gardens, nurseries, and horse farm. 

As you enter Harpswell, note the Skolfeild Family’s historic MERRUCOONEGAN FARM, an institution that has supported farming and shipbuilding since the 1700.  Skolfeild’s lands are protected by the Harpswell Land Trust and encompass wide fields on both sides of the highway lead down to tidal marshes and open water.  The importance of these lands dates back to the Native Americans, who would carry their canoes over the narrow isthmus. 

If you are interested in a hike through the lands, visitors are welcome to hike the trails of the SKOLFEILD SHORES PRESERVE adjacent to the farm. FMI: https://www.maine.gov/spo/lmf/projects/project_detail.php?project=1572

Entering Harpswell

Your tour of Harpswell begins at the intersection of Rt. 123 and Mountain Road at the recently opened BLACKBIRD CAFÉ (a house up the hill on your right), a chic local eatery and coffee house with exhibition space. You could also opt to stop at the ever-popular VEGETABLE CORNER (on your left) and pick up some fresh, local produce for the ride down Harpswell’s lush and abundant coast.

Widgeon Cove Gallery

Widgeon Cove Entrance      Widgeon Cove sign

A mile or two down the road on your left is the light blue sign alerting you to the turn for WIDGEON COVE GALLERY.  The Gallery is a minute off Rt. 123 down a charming unpaved road littered with out of commission buoys.  The Widgeon Cove Gallery is a professional, well kept, and impressive exhibition space nestled in a beautiful wooded cove.  It features work by its owners, Georganne and Condon Kuhl, a papermaker/painter and sculptor/jeweler respectively.  There is work available for all price ranges and aesthetic tastes. Address: 31 Widgeon Cove Lane Phone: 207 833 6081 Hours: Friday and Saturday 10am – 5pm

Lookout Point Road

boat at Lookout point    view from Lookout Point

A minute or so up on Rt. 123 on your right is the turn off on to Lookout Point Road, which proves a worthy detour.  It is on side roads like this that you are able to really experience the unique qualities of Harpswell.  The road is dotted with lobster boats and buoys at every turn, which is striking sight.  On your right, you will encounter the historic HARPSWELL INN, which usually has some artwork hanging and is always a great place for lodging if you need somewhere to stay.  At the end of Lookout Point Road, you can enjoy the breathtaking views at Lookout Point and enjoy a bite to eat or pick up some raw seafood at Allen’s Seafood, a casual eatery on the shore.

Info Center

As you continue down Rt. 123, you will pass Kellogg Church on your left and the old town cemetery on your right.  Soon after on your left, you will see the HARPSWELL ANCHOR’s Info Center.  The Anchor is the local paper, and these people know all there is to know about Harpswell.  They are open Monday through Friday from 9am – 2pm and are available for information, maps, and advice. 

Christina Bebee

Christina Beebe sign     view from Basin Cove

Continue down Rt. 123 past the Post Office, Moe’s Country Store, and, later, Mitchell Feild.  A couple of minutes from Mitchell Field on Rt. 123 is Ash Point Road, which you should make a right on to.  Pass the grade school on the corner and continue to make a right onto Basin Point Road (marked by a sign leading to the Dolphin Marina Restaurant).  Further down on Basin Point Road you will find Christina Beebe and her studio (on your left), where she houses her fine art, note cards, and handcrafted gifts. Address: 285 Basin Point Road Phone: 207 833 6721 Hours: M,W,F, Sat, Sun (excluding July 4) 12pm – 4pm

Henning Porcelain, Ash Cove Potter & Eartheart Gardens

mailbox-henning studio                         Henning porcelain

Retrace your steps back to Rt. 123 and make a right onto the main road.  Just before you reach the clearly labeled turn for Ash Cove Pottery, you will find Henning Porcelain on your right on Rt. 123 (otherwise known as Harpswell Neck Road).  Keep alert because this studio is easy to zoom past.  Michelle Henning shows her beautiful jewelry in a gallery attached to her home, a warm place where you are invited to view sometimes sculptural/ sometimes simple work. Address: 1686 Harpswell Neck Road (Rt. 123) Phone: 207 833 5556 Hours: Open Studio 2-5 Friday or call ahead FMI: http://www.henningporcelain.com/

Ash Cove sign  view from Ash Cove Pottery

A few minutes further down the road, you will see a sign for a right side turn off for ASH COVE POTTERY.  It is down an unpaved road, but clearly labeled and accessible.  The small shop is right next to their working pottery studio, which is a treat to see in itself.  Ash Cove Pottery is celebrating its 22nd year at this beautiful location, selling and creating their handthown functional stoneware pottery and judaica. Address: 75 Ash Cove Road Phone: 207 833 6004 Hours: daily 10am – 6pm

On the left, directly across from the turn off for Ash Cove Pottery, is the site for Eartheart Gardens, a family owned garden specializing in the Japanese Iris.  If you call ahead, you are welcome to visit the gardens.  If you plan to be in the area on July 8, stop in for the open garden day (1pm to 5pm) with paintings by Nancy Marstaller. Address: 1709 Harpswell Neck Road (Rt. 123) Phone: 207 833 6905 Hours: by appt. FMI: http://www.eartheartgardens.com

To the end of the strip

old building at end of Harpswell Neck  

If you choose to continue down Rt. 123 until its end, you will see some beautiful, old, weather beaten houses and Estes Lobster House, a popular local seafood restaurant with an unbeatable location.

Artists Cooperative Fine Furniture and a scenic route back inland

Sebascadegan Gallery

To explore another one of Harpswell’s strips, turn around and follow Rt. 123 going back towards Brunswick.  At the intersection of Rt 123 and Mountain Road, turn right onto Mountain Road.  A few miles down, you will reach Rt. 24 and should turn left onto it, going towards Brunswick.  Soon after you turn, you will see scenic Card Cove and on your left in an old church building you’ll find the SEBASCODEGAN ARTISTS COOPERATIVE GALLERY.  This seasonal cooperative has lived in the former Harpswell Church for almost a quarter century and features a wide array of work by 20 Maine artists. Address: 4 Old Orr’s Island Road Phone: 207 833 5018 Hours: daily 10am – 5pm

mailbox at Breton Studio

Continue down Rt. 24 towards Brunswick and make a right  at a large intersection towards Cundy’s Harbor and onto Cundy’s Harbor Road. About two minutes later, make a left onto Oakledge Road, and about a mile down, you will find Lynette Breton’s Fine Furniture.  She features beautiful handmade furniture and her studio serves as a pleasant detour of the main road. Address: 187 Oakledge Rd     Phone: 725 9802   Hours: By Appointment Only

Trace your way back to Rt. 24 and follow its winding path back towards Brunswick and into Cook’s Corner.


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