Buy-A-Brick Program

The Waterhouse Center, located at 51 Main Street, is an open sided 100’ x 120’ pavilion. This beautiful facility hosts ice skating in the winter and events throughout the rest of the year.
 
In 2014, long-time Kennebunk resident Geraldine Waterhouse and her granddaughter Paige Hill donated $1.5 million to the Waterhouse Youth Endowment Fund to benefit youth opportunities in downtown Kennebunk. The endowment program provides annual operating support to the facility for a number of year-round activities.  The combination of this central location and ongoing program support will ensure that its’ mission “to support the betterment of children” is fulfilled.

The Town of Kennebunk invites you to be a part of a very special commemorative opportunity. Personalized, engraved bricks are a great way to honor a special person, family member or group; to commemorate a special occasion; to feature your business or organization; or to be used in memoriam. Your individualized brick will be engraved with your selected name or phrase and will become a lasting tribute, paving the way for generations to come. These bricks will be interspersed amongst other brick pavers around the Waterhouse Center pavilion.

Levels of Sponsorship


(each of the three brick options are open to any individual, family, organization or business)

  • “Brick 1”

    ($100) 4”x8” brick, up to 3 lines of text (clipart optional)
  • “Brick 2”

    ($500) 8”x8” brick, up to 6 lines of text, (clipart optional)
  • “Brick 3”

    ($1,000) 8”x8” brick, up to 6 lines of text, includes corporate logo, family/custom graphic.

Ordering a Brick


View or download the Buy-A-Brick Order Form. Once this form is complete, return it to the Town office with payment. Bricks may also be ordered online.

Brick orders are being accepted on a year-round, continuous basis; however, orders will be placed once a year and may take up to 12 weeks to process depending on the size of the order.  Our goal is to install bricks in the fall each year. 

Your continued support of this program is very much appreciated!