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    Theater-goers wait for tickets for the preview performance of “Mamma Mia!” at the Ogunquit Playhouse last May. (Staff Photo by Gregory Rec.)

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    A roasted pork loin with spring pea and mint puree with apricot, carrots, turnips, and puffed wheat berries at Northern Union restaurant. (Staff photo by Brianna Soukup.)

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    Against an incoming tide, kayakers paddle down the Ogunquit River. (Staff photo by Gregory Rec.)

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    Lifeguards wait for the whistle to start the run-swim-run event at the Northern New England Lifesaving Championship at Ogunquit Beach. (Staff photo by Sarah Craig.)

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    The Ogunquit Memorial Library, built in 1897. (Photo by Don Foster, courtesy of the Library.)

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    Photos of well-known actors who have appeared at the Ogunquit Playhouse hang on the wall in the lobby. (Staff photo by Herb Swanson.)

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    A road leads past gardens at Beach Plum Farm. (Staff photo by Gregory Rec.)

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    Lobstermen head back to dock after mooring their boat in Perkins Cove. (Staff photo by Gregory Rec.)

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    Sunny Perkins Cove, oil, 1928, Bernard Karfiol. (From the permanent collection of Ogunquit Museum of American Art. ©Dan Gair.)

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    A fire pit on the porch offers a warm respite on a chilly day at the Beachmere Inn. (Staff photo by Derek Davis.)

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    Lifeguards keep a watchful eye at Ogunquit Beach. (Staff photo by John Patriquin.)

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    In July 1954, President Nixon and family wanted to vacation “like private American citizens,” and chose to stay for a month at oceanfront Hearthstone. The four-bedroom home is part of The Beachmere Inn. (Press Herald file photo.)

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    A lobster boat leaves Perkins Cove in early morning fog. (Staff photo by Gregory Rec.)

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    A sombrero adds color to a Cinco de Mayo-inspired barbecue on the beach. (Staff photo by Tim Greenway.)

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    Gardens at the Ogunquit Museum of American Art feature a variety of sculptures and other pieces. (Staff photo by Gabe Souza.)

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    Stagehands make final adjustments before an opening-night performance at the Ogunquit Playhouse. (Staff photo by Gregory Rec.)

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