Celebrating day light savings with savings on dining out !

 

Cost of card is NOW $15. All proceeds benefit KLT. The recipient receives a one-time 10% discount off their bill from participating restaurants (unless otherwise indicated on card). Card can be used for up to a party of 2 people. The card is valid January 1st through June 1st 2019, excludes alcohol and holidays.

Card can be purchased at the KLT Office or online using the donate page. Once at the donate page, select the donate button and donate $15 (there is note a specific option for the winter dine around card). We will reach out to confirm your transaction was to purchase a card. Click here  to visit the donate page and purchase a card. Cards can be mailed to the address associated with your purchase. This is not a tax deductible donation.

Questions? Call us at 207-985-8734.

Thank you to our participating restaurants:

On The Marsh

Ports of Italy

Duffy’s Tavern & Grill

Sebago Brewing Company

Lucky Star

50 Local

Old Vines Wine Bar

Squaretoes

Crotux Kitchen & Taphouse

The Blue (unlimited visits)

Madelyn Marx 1924 – 2019

 

Leaving a Legacy

Marx Preserve

Photo courtesy of KLT volunteer, Brooke Larrabee, who is conducting a year long photo project on Marx Preserve.
We are dedicating this project in memory of Madelyn.

We are sad to share the news of the passing of  KLT founder, Madelyn Marx, 1924-2019.

Madelyn was one of the Founders during the late 1960s of the Kennebunk Conservation Commission and served as its chairwoman. When a major oil refinery complex was proposed in the early 1970s for Sanford, she played a major organizational role in the Friends of Intelligent Land Use which opposed and defeated the project.
In 1998, the Kennebunk Land Trust recognized Madelyn’s pioneering dedication to land conservation by establishing the 14-acre Madelyn Marx Preserve along the Mousam River. In a Coast Star interview at that time, Madelyn credited her conservationist mother for shaping her love of Maine’s coast, open spaces, and forests. She said, “I picked it up from her.”

Please view her full obituary at Bibber Memorial