Situated on twenty-five beautiful hillside acres on Highland Lake, offering a spectacular beach front, and views of the lake and mountains. Stay in our 1897 Bed and Breakfast Main House or one of our five weekly cottages. Tennis, bikes and boats for FREE! A public golf course is located across the street. Come tarry awhile! Open June to Labor Day.
Tasteful Things is a specialty food store in Bridgton Maine. Our foundation is in specialty infused Oils and Vinegars, we are proud to carry the Olivelle line of Oils and Vinegars. We also carry Rubs, Sauces, flavored Salts, Hot Sauces, Salsas, custom made Cutting Boards, Coffee and Kitchen items (Cutting boards, Peppermills and wooden products). Many of the products we carry are Maine made and we strive to carry local products when we can.
With longer hours, more locations, greater choices and legendary service, you get the benefits of hassle-free banking whenever it’s convenient for you . . . plus, sound advice to assist you in planning the best options for you and your money. Helping you make the right choices to manage every detail of your money is what makes us America’s Most Convenient Bank!
Dr. Derek Eagan, DC has been successfully practicing chiropractic in the Bridgton are for over five year. In September of 2014, Ten Lakes Chiropractic Clinic moved our family oriented office into a brand new space located at 300 Portland Road in Bridgton. Our staff are welcoming, professional and enjoy helping our patients, young or old, reach their optimal health.
The Dragonfly Barn is the perfect venue for your next event! Nestled on the beautiful historic Ingalls Farm, this newly refurbished facility offers every amenity. Suitable for any size event, in all seasons. Come experience the charm of Bridgton, Maine.
When people ask Barbara Bloomgren her specialty, she responds: “Instructing people how to take seemingly complex recipes and prepare them easily while having fun”.
After raising five children and cooking over 10,000 family meals, Barbara decided to leave her sales and marketing career to pursue her passion to enhance family life by teaching the art of nurturing with home cooked meals. While formally studying Culinary Arts she was able to further her education at The Culinary Institute of Canada, studying International and Canadian Cuisine. Six months later she traveled to Bad Gliekensberg, Austria to study Austrian Pastry and Specialties. She is an Active member of the American Culinary Federation and a Chef Instructor for Food Matters. Several restaurant assignments rounded out her educational and practical experiences. Barbara holds a strong belief in the power of shared well prepared food to nurture both our bodies and families.