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Cape Elizabeth 250th Anniversary Committee

A yearlong celebration culminating in our 250th anniversary of incorporation, Nov. 1, 2015.

A nine-member committee has been appointed to develop a plan to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Cape Elizabeth in 2015. All terms expire Dec. 31, 2015. [committee charge]

Staff Contact: Debra Lane, Assistant Town Manager

Supporting Documents

Find links to documents related to the work of the Cape Elizabeth 250th Anniversary Committee

Cape Elizabeth 250th Anniversary Committee:  
Barbara Powers, Chair    
Catherine Adams    
Jane Beckwith    
Carol Anne Jordan    
Norman Jordan    
Stephanie Korupp    
Darren McLellan    


A full list of events planned throughout the year (updated 04/27/2015) [download]

Meeting Materials

Agendas, minutes, supporting documents and video if available

Committee Charge

Website Articles


The final event of the 250th Anniversary Celebration will be "A Toast to Cape" on Sunday,  November 1, 2015 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Inn by the Sea.  This cocktail reception will honor the many volunteers, contributors, and donors to the 250th events these past six months as well as celebrate our actual date of incorporation 250 years ago in 1765.  The ticketed reception is also open to the public on a capacity-limited basis.  If you are interested in reserving tickets (suggested donation of $20), please call Barbara Powers, 207-799-7875.  It's been a great year!  Join us as we toast our very special community!


DVDs of 'Time's Flowing Tide' available for purchase

DVDs of "Time's Flowing Tide," the documentary film of Cape Elizabeth's founding made by award winning filmmakers Peter and Thomas Campbell, are now available for purchase. Orders can be placed with the Campbell brothers at You will be notified when the DVDs will be available for pick up at the Local Buzz.

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  • A full list of events planned throughout the year (updated 04/27/2015) [download]


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