Castine: Shop for a cause at the Castine Historical Society Summer Trunk Show featuring the women’s clothing collection of retailer J.McLaughlin. The show will be held on the porch of The Castine Inn, 33 Main Street, Castine on Saturday, July 13 from 11 am. – 3 pm and on Sunday, July 14 from 10 am – 2 p.m. 15 % of sales will benefit the Castine Historical Society. For more information call the Castine Historical Society at 207-326-4118. To preview summer collection items before the show visit jmclaughin.com.
Come browse through the summer merchandise offered by J. McLaughlin during this two-day event. The company was founded in 1977 by brothers Jay and Kevin with a mission to create a new American sportswear brand that offers two key components: classic clothes with current relevance and a retail environment with a neighborhood feel.
Sunday’s sale also coincides with Castine’s Bastille Day festivities in which the town celebrates its French heritage. J. McLaughlin will bring lots of white options for those last-minute clothing purchases for Castine’s Picnic en Blanc that evening. To learn more about Castine’s Bastille Day events visit castine.me.us/welcome/bastille-day-celebration.
The Castine Historical Society opens a window into Castine’s extraordinary past through preserving local history and hosting changing exhibitions, lectures, town walking tours, house and garden tours, and historic reenactments. The Historical Society’s Abbott School features the exhibit gallery, gift shop, and a community meeting space at 17 School Street, Castine. The Grindle House offices and research library at 13 School Street are open year-round and researchers are welcome by appointment. For exhibit hours and further information visit www.castinehistoricalsociety.org or call 207-326-4118.