Maine Wedding Receptions - Clarks Cove Farm

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Maine Receptions -The premier wedding site for wedding receptions and wedding ceremonies at Clarks Cove Farm in midcoast Maine. at Clark's Cove Farm & Inn Midcoast Maine's Premier Wedding Reception Site

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Open from June 1 thru the last Sunday in October 107 Ridge Road Walpole, ME 04573 (207) 563-8704 (Days in Season) (207) 563-3590 (Evenings in Season) ( 772) 321-0622 (Mobile) Email: info@mainereceptions.com URL: www.clarkscovefarm.com URL: www.mainereceptions.com Proprietor: Tim Cheney Farm Manager: John Smith Wedding Managers: Holly & Skip Lemar Wedding Inquiries: (207) 333-2825

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Clark’s Cove Farm & Inn Facility & Event Pictures 107 Ridge Road•Walpole•Me 04573 (207) 563-8704 www.clarkscovefarm.com | www.mainereceptions.com info@mainereceptions.com

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Welcome to Clark’s Cove Farm

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Tour of the Grounds

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The Barn is Circa 1860’s . It contains 2 Apartments, a grand room, a kitchen with a Garland stove, 2 bathrooms and the main barn area for events.

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Entrance to Grand Room and Apartments

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200 year old stone walls etch the driveway to the main house and terrace. The driveway is lined with purple & white lilac and the stone walls are smothered in Wisteria. 200 year old stone walls etch the driveway to the main house and terrace. The driveway is lined with purple & white lilac and the stone walls are smothered in Wisteria. An old stone enclosed pig pen is now the home to an herb garden.

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There are nine different garden areas. This one, established in 2005 alongside the driveway, features an antique sundial surrounded by roses. Indigenous shrubs and perennials skirt the surrounding stone walls. It is lit at night.

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Circular Garden in driveway circle which is lit at night.

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Residence. 1790 Georgian Federal that was moved piece by piece from Warren, Maine in 1960. It took three years to reconstruct

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Terrace behind the Main House with perennial beds and water garden and majestic, pastoral westerly views. Ceremonies are often held on the western section of the terrace.

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Photograph Courtesy of Metzger Studios – www.metzgerstudios.com Your view from the knoll - Peaceful

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Relax, think, reflect, meditate, dream on the terrace

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Relax, think, reflect, meditate, dream at waterside

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Terrace Garden

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Garden Back Terrace

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The Terrace area was expanded 5,000 square feet in 2003. It now will accommodate tents up to 40 X 100 feet for up to 200 guests.

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Between the House and the Barn

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Area between Terrace and Barn in Autumn

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A sitting area to the side of the terrace with a lit shade garden

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Late Spring – Ceremony on Terrace

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Rear View of the Barn

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Back steps to Deck on rear of Barn

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Glider on the knoll

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World War II Memorial Covered Bridge. This is the first covered bridge built in this millennium in Maine Designed and built by John W. Smith our gifted Farm. Manager

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Spring at the Farm

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Partial view of Orchard in Bloom. Late May

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Early Spring Irises

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Apple Blossom in Row 8

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Northern Spy in late May

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Ceremony Sites Many people elect to discard the traditional religious ceremony settings and choose a more naturalistic and spiritual background for their ceremony. The Farm offers many sites that offer the serenity and natural beauty requisite to honor the sacred ceremony of marriage

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Bridal Party to Cove side via Hayride

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Ceremonies may also take place at cove side. The natural setting is beautiful for photography and the setting has a magical energy.

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Ceremonies may be held in the Barn. It will accommodate up to 150 people

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Ceremonies are often performed on the terrace as the views are spectacular and the photographic opportunities magical.

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The Apple Orchard has approximately 500 trees with 28 different varieties of Apples. It blooms in May and our harvest starts the first week of September and ends the last Sunday of October.

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Ceremony on the Terrace

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An aerial view of the terrace after a ceremony

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Ceremony on the Terrace

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The Inn

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Private Deck Queen size bed Full kitchen Private bath Satellite TV Private lit deck Wireless internet Iron Use of Canoe & kayak Air Conditioning Trails Rustic but Elegant Suite

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Orchard Suite 2 nd Floor Cider Suite 1 st Floor Two tastefully appointed apartments/ “suites” located off the Grand Room in the Barn. Available nightly or weekly from June 1 through the last Sunday in October. Apartments are heated/air conditioned and have Satellite TV & wireless DSL. $ 135.00 per night $810.00 per week Maine State tax is 8%

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The Wedding package comes with both suites for 2 nights. Many wedding parties use one of the Apartments for last ceremony minute preparation Extra nights are 125.00 + 8% State Tax for wedding party Photograph Courtesy of Metzger Studios – www.metzgerstudios.com

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Suite Balconies – Beautiful views of the orchard and water

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Orchard Suite – Living room

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Tent set up on Terrace Cider Apartment – Daily or Weekly – May thru October. Private deck overlooking orchard & water, air conditioned, tastefully furnished.

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Cider Suite Terrace

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Cider Suite Bedroom

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The View from The Orchard Suite Deck.

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The Carriage House Built in 2004, this 1400 sq ft suite was designed to offer an elegant rustic ambience with hand milled flooring and custom cabinetry.

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Carriage House – Guest Bedroom

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Carriage House – Entry View

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Carriage House – Den with Queen Fold Out Sofa

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The Sitting Room. Views of the Orchard and Cove. This room was recently redone with a random width custom milled floor and new furniture.

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Grand Room ( partial view) in Barn. May be used for cocktail hour or buffet .

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The Longest Walk .. to a wondrous occasion on a fabulous day in a beautiful setting. The Orchard during the fall is spectacular.

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Ceremony in the Orchard during Apple Season

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Wedding ceremony or cocktails by the water

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We are open to anything at the Farm (providing it is legal). One of the highlights of this wedding was the arrival of the groom via helicopter. We were happy to custom groom a helipad in the meadow the morning of the ceremony

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The 1 st ceremony on the deck in 2004

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Rustic autumn altar on the rear terrace

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T o T h e F r o n t G a r d e n Photograph Courtesy of Abbie Sewall: www.abbiesbook.com –

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An English Formal Garden with a fountain and lighting was established on the front lawn in 2003. – View from the West

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Front Gardens – A View from the East

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An English Formal Garden with a fountain and lighting was established on the front lawn in 2003. – View from the Northeast.

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Autumn reception behind the barn .

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Receptions Cocktails & Hors D'oeuvres The Barn The Terrace The Meadow

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A Table for Two in the Orchard During Blossom

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Our 840 square foot decks offers orchard, meadow and water views. It may be used for cocktails, dining and dancing. A frame tent (20 x 40) may be easily installed

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A Deck with a view

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Deck

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Cocktail hour on the knoll

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Tables set on the lawn for cocktails and hor d’oeuvres

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The bar is often set up in the barn. The ambiance is soft and rustic

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Cocktails in the Front Garden

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A French Door leading to the deck was added in 2005 and the floors were redone in2014.

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A partial view of the barn interior. It will hold up to 120 people in this area.

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The options for table decorations are endless

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A t ent may be set up in the meadow east of the pond.

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A small tent on the terrace. Many different tent styles and sizes are available

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The area has several talented pastry chefs

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Welcome to the Field Kitchen. Constructed in 2005, to replace the use of field kitchen tents on the North Terrace. This building is 400 sq ft, has two entrances, Vulcan oven, double stainless steel refrigeration unit, stainless steel prep tables and sink. It’s efficient design and rear loading area dramatically reduces clean up time. Caterers love it!

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Tent in the Meadow – Easterly view.

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Tents can be set up in the meadow by the pond for parties up to 250 people.

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Tent in the Meadow at Dusk. Electricity and water are available

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Our Guests have ranged from pleasantly eccentric to main stream in their musical appetites. Our list of Music vendors include the following Genres: World, Celtic, Country, Blues, Blue Grass, Rock & Classical. We also have lists of DJ’s available. Music

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Celtic Music during Cocktails.

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A terrace reception with a 40’ by 80’ tent will accommodate up to 175 people with a band and dance floor. Things tend to get lively after dark – Live music and Fireworks!

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Autumn is Apple Season Warm days, cool, crisp nights, perfume of burning wood and apples, sparkling light, Cider, pumpkins, children playing in the orchard. This is Maine in Autumn.

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Apple Barn with Country Store & Cider Mill

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Autumn in Maine is Magical

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The Store is open from 10 am to 6 pm seven days a week from the last Friday in August to the last Sunday in October. Offerings include Apples, cider, Mac Raz cider ( McIntosh and raspberry blend ), homemade pies, baked goods, home made pickles, chutney, relishes, maple & apple syrup, honey and jams and jellies.

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Astrachan , Cortland, McIntosh, Baldwin, Jonathan, Northern Spy, Orange Cox Pippin, Jubilee, Delicious , Wolf River, Chestnut Crab, Granny Smith, Macoun , Spartan, Sweet Sixteen, Braeburn , Golden Russet, Gold Rush and more …

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Hay Rides Every Sunday afternoon during Apple Season

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Meet Zoey (left) and Sophie. Their home is behind the Apple Barn They are pets NOT FOOD

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We are serious about our animals. Both the Chickens and the Sheep have their own homes

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SPLASH RIZA Coming Spring of 2015.

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Evening Vistas at the Farm

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Photograph Courtesy of Metzger Studios – www.metzgerstudios.com

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An early evening view of the terrace and barn from the meadow

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The unspoiled environment attracts a wide variety of wild life.

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Pond side in the Meadow at Dusk

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Queen Ann’s Lace at dusk in the meadow

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Terrace View at Dusk Sunset from the Terrace

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Clark’s Cove – 700 feet + of waterfront with a peacefulness of times past

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View from the terrace. Sunset reflection view of the pond

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Our views are westerly. Sunsets are quite dramatic

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Thank You. We hope you come to visit!

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