Julie Barnes and her family have been coming to Ogunquit for so many years that her 17-year-old son Nate once quipped, “If it’s not Ogunquit, it’s not vacation!” Their affection for the area includes a special fondness for the Marginal Way. “I have brought every single one of my friends up there,” said Julie from … Read more >
A section of the Marginal Way between Benches #10 (@ the Lighthouse) and bench #12 will be closed for a two week period to facilitate reconstruction of the eroded embankment and the installation of a new revetment .The date for start of construction will be announced inn the next few days.
Detour signs will be posted to advise walkers of an alternate route while this construction is underway .
Jeanne Roche, Executive Director, the Executive Board and the Event Committee gratefully appreciate all of the support and donations of our business sponsors, donors, participants and volunteers for the following great events this Summer: Brix + Brine Wine Party We would like to thank Jacob Kirsch and his wonderful staff at the Brix & Brine … Read more >
The By the Sea, By the Sea was a great success. Please check out the photo gallery .
Important: All guests for By the Sea, By the Sea, A garden Tour on Sunday, August 28, are requested to park at Ogunquit Baptist Church, 157 Shore Rd in Ogunquit, as there will be no parking allowed at the Beachmere
The Board of Directors of the Marginal Way Preservation Fund Is pleased to announce that an outdoor wheelchair is now Available for use by anyone needing one Who desire to “walk” the Marginal Way. The wheelchair is housed at the Ogunquit Fire Station. We request that you leave a Driver’s License at the Station. It … Read more >
You are invited to the Marginal Way Preservation Fundraiser at the Beachmere Inn Your contributions are vital in order to preserve the Way, maintain pedestrian safety, and guarantee long-term safety and access to the Marginal way. SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 2016 3:30 – 7:00 PM $150.00 PER PERSON WINE & HORS D’OUVRES For … Read more >
Ogunquit Town Manager, Tom Fortier, and the Select Board, have invited the public to attend a special fundraising strategy workshop Thursday, August 30, from 1-4 p.m., at the Dunaway Center, 23 School Street. Members of the community are invited to share thoughts about fundraising strategies for preserving the Marginal Way. Marsha Greenberg will facilitate. All are … Read more >
The Marginal Way Committee needs your help on the first Annual Pod Picking Day, Saturday, August 18, from 9-11 a.m., to stop the spread of the invasive Black Swallow Wort vine. According to garden specialists, the ripening seed pods must be removed before they burst open and spread airborne seed parachutes further along the path. … Read more >
Please vote for the Marginal Way Preservation Fund to win one of three $5,000 grants being offered to the nonprofit organizations with the highest number of votes. Log onto the Town & Country Federal Credit Union web site to vote every day in October, if you can! Let’s go viral for the Marginal Way. It … Read more >