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    A Northern Spy espalier at Snug Harbor Farm on Western Avenue. (Photo by Joel Page.)

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    The tide is out at Kennebunk Beach. (Shutterstock.)

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    Specialty bookstore Mainely Murders has been open downtown since 2011. (Photo by Joel Page.)

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    The Town Hall goose is wearing patriotic finery for the July 4 holiday week. (Photo by Joel Page.)

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    One of many historic and architecturally distinctive homes on Summer Street. (Photo by Diane Maines.)

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    A wave crashes on rocks near a house at Mother’s Beach on a January day. (Staff photo by Gregory Rec.)

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    Piping plover eggs found at Goose Rocks Beach by Maine Audubon biologists are protected by an enclosure. (Staff photo by John Ewing.)

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    Webhannet Golf Club in the Kennebunk Beach neighborhood was founded in 1901 and has a 6,100-yard, par 71 course. (Photo by Diane Maines.)

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    The First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in downtown Kennebunk was built in 1803. (Photo by Diane Maines.)

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    The Brick Store Museum on Main Street was founded in 1936. (Photo by Diane Maines.)

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    Shorefront at St. Anthony’s Franciscan Monastery. (Shutterstock.)

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    Batson River Brewing & Distilling at 12 Western Ave. (Photo by Joel Page.)

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    Narragansett by the Sea, built in 1905 and seen here from Gooch’s Beach, was converted into condominiums in the early 1980s. (Photo by Diane Maines.)

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    The Horace Porter Home panel at 92 Main St. is No. 7 of 25 in the town’s Museum in the Streets history trail. (Photo by Joel Page.)

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