events in kennebunkport


Saving Money on Home Energy Bills!

With rising costs in heating and electricity, it’s hard to know the best ways to save energy in the home and stay comfortable in the winter and the summer!  Come learn more about what you can do to save money in your home and be more comfortable year-round, and bring your questions about what options make the most sense and will save the most money!  We’ll also go over the rebates available for Maine homeowners and what additional federal funding will be coming with the recently-passed Inflation Reduction Act.

Colin McCullough is a BPI-certified Home Energy Auditor who has worked for several state energy efficiency programs for 12 years, advising homeowners on the most efficient options for a more affordable, comfortable, and safe home.  He is currently renovating his 110-year-old home in Farmingdale to achieve Net-Zero Energy status.

FMI please call (207) 967-2778.


Thursday, February 9 at 9:30 am. In Case of Emergency, What to Expect When You Call for an Ambulance

Presenters Dean Auriemma, KEMS Public Relations and James Stockman, Chair of the KEMS Board of Directors, will provide information on when to call an ambulance, what to expect when it arrives and more.

FMI please call (207) 967-2778.


Are you aware that if you take five or more medications daily you are at an increased risk of unintentional consequences?  Please join us on Wednesday, March 29 @ 9:00 am in the Community Room for a very important program on Polypharmacy. 

Sydney Springer, Pharm.D., MS, BCPS, BCGP, is an Assistant Professor at the University of New England School of Pharmacy.  She will be here to discuss ways you can prevent the risks of medication consequences and how to become a more informed health consumer. 

This program is hosted by the Kennebunkport Public Health Department and Graves Library.  Light refreshments will be served.