Escape for a week in Ogunquit, Maine—the “best small coastal town,” according to USA Today—Sept. 2-9. This is an ideal time: the beaches are beautiful, the water’s as warm as it gets, and all the restaurants and shops are still open. But after Labor Day, most of the tourists are gone.
This luxury suite at the Falls at Ogunquit, an InSeason Resort, sleeps four, with a fireplaced living room, kitchenette, and whirlpool spa. This resort also offers an indoor swimming pool, fitness center with sauna, and much more—all just a short stroll to Footbridge Beach in Ogunquit.
Get your raffle tickets now for this luxury vacation for four. Tickets are $25 (or 5 for $100) for this $1500 vacation value; available at all Old Meeting House events (prior to the drawing August 11th at our Annual Meeting), the Francestown Village Store, Edmunds Hardware and Tenney Farm in Antrim, Fiddleheads Cafe in Hancock, Hobbs Jewelers and the Toadstool Bookstore in Peterborough.
All proceeds go toward ongoing preservation of the 1801 Old Meeting House, a National Trust landmark that receives no taxpayer dollars for its upkeep.