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Decorating Advice….Let’s Talk Rugs!

April 12th, 2016

Recently Realtor.com ran an article that focused on decorating with rugs.  Area rugs can pull a room together, anchor furniture and can create a cozy space but, if the wrong size or shape, they can make a room look jumbled.  Here are some great tips, room by room, about how and where to use area rugs in  your home.

In the living room

Most people put some kind of rug in the living room.The rug is the focal point here, and it should be the first thing you put down when designing the layout of the room.

Center your seating area around the rug, designer Coco Peterson says, not the other way around. Once the rug is down, place furniture strategically so that each key piece touches the rug.

“Typically, you will have both of the front of your sofa and love seat or settee on the rug, but for accent chairs, you can angle it and only have one foot on the rug,” she says.

Accent pieces—such as sofa tables, chests, and curio cabinets—don’t need to touch or even be centered around the rug. As long as the sofa and chairs are placed right, the room will look cohesive. And that’s your goal.

In the bedroom

If you really want the bedroom to look polished, invest in a large rug you can place underneath your bed.

“It should be large enough so that you have a foot to a foot and a half extending from the sides and foot of your bed,” Peterson says.

In the kitchen

Rather than go for a big rug you can’t clean, opt for smaller, machine-washable rugs in strategic places.

“I recommend placing rugs wherever there is a likelihood of spilling or splashing on the floor. This means in front of the refrigerator, sink, and range,” Peterson says. “If you have a hard floor in your kitchen, you may also want to place one in front of your main prep area for comfort.”

And don’t put it down if it isn’t heavy-duty material with a stay-in-place mat.

“Flat-weave rugs tend to move around a lot or fold up at the corners,” she says. “This can be a hazard to people who are hustling in the kitchen.”

In the hallway

You might be thinking about buying a runner or two for a long hallway. But if your runner falls short, it won’t look quite right. Take heart: “Runners can be really tricky,” Peterson says.

If the runner is too small, try using it underneath a sofa table. And if you’re looking for the right size for your hallway, consider this: “A runner should be able to at least reach from the entrance of the hallway to the farthest door-entry in the hallway, but preferably the full length of the hallway,” Peterson says.

You can find advice for other areas in your home and read the article in its’ entirety HERE.

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
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Creative Kitchen Storage Ideas

April 6th, 2016

The kitchen is the room in our homes where we usually spend the most time.  From cooking to socializing, the kitchen is generally the place to be.  It is also the room in the house that people often tell us can feel crowded and lacking in storage.  A complete kitchen renovation is a huge project but there are lots of ways you can maximize space without taking on a costly project.  Here are some of our favorite creative kitchen storages ideas from around the web….

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Simple wire baskets make an attractive storage solution for fresh fruit.

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Easy to assemble wooden dividers can turn an awkward drawer into usable and functional storage space for kitchen tools or storage containers.

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Attaching a magazine rack on the inside of a cabinet door is the perfect storage spot for food wraps and lunch bags.

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A pretty pedestal by the sink is a great spot to house dish soap and sponges.

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If you have a couple of hours on your hands you can turn the inside of your pantry door into a fantastic organization spot.  Small wooden shelves and cubbies are just the solution for canned goods, spices and more.  What a great way to maximize space!

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A tension rod under the sink allows for you to hang cleaning products, freeing up lots of space.

 

We hope these ideas have given you some inspiration to maximize the storage space in your kitchen!

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
www.TheLelanskyGarveyTeam.com
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To Flip or Not to Flip?

March 28th, 2016

It seems like you can’t turn on the TV these days without stumbling across a home improvement program about house flipping.  Flipping a house means to purchase a  property, fix it up, and quickly sell it. The shows on TV will have you believing that with a little bit of elbow grease and a few weeks you can make a fast paycheck. While this can be the case in some scenarios, there are a few things to keep in mind before you take the plunge on a “flip project”.  Realtytimes.com just ran a great article on this topic and here are a few of the tips that we feel are very important to consider….

Make Sure You Have the Money

This one may seem obvious but it is very important to remember to plan for unexpected costs that can often occur in renovations projects.  Planning an extra cushion for the unplanned can help keep your financial house in order.  There are also several different loan options for flips so it is important to have a great mortgage broker (we have some super recommendations if you need one).

Buy in the Best Location You Can

You can change the curb appeal and the interior of the home but the location can’t be changed so it is important to keep this in mind before you purchase.  Buy your flip in a desirable location to get the most bang for your buck and also keep in mind the convenience factor.  If you will be doing some of the work on the home or regularly popping in to supervise, you will want to make sure it is quick and easy for you to get to as well.

Work with a Realtor

Of course we agree that this is a great idea!  Working with a realtor allows you to use our expertise to help find you the perfect house to flip.  We can help you navigate whether or not the house you have in mind would be a good investment of your time and money as well as help you sell it quickly once you have completed the work.  Additionally, we have some great connections with contractors, builders and other professionals you might need during renovations.

Use Good Products

It might be tempting to use the cheapest finishes and products you can find when working on a house you plan to flip but this is not always such a good idea.  Scrimping can often make it so your final sale price is lower.  Your realtor or contractor can help you determine what sort of products or finishes will give you the best return on your investment.

These are just a few of the great tips from the Reatlytimes.com article.  You can find the rest in the full article HERE.

We would be happy to advise you on flipping a house so if you have any questions or are considering such a project, please let us know!

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
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It’s All in the Timing

March 23rd, 2016

Who doesn’t love a great deal?  We all work hard for our earnings and it only makes sense to seek out the best deals for the things we need (or want!).  While it always makes sense to scope out the sales, did you know there are ideal times to buy certain items?  Realtor.com just put together a great list that shows when you can make common purchases to ensure your get the most bang for your buck.  Here are some tips shared from their article (found HERE)….

Linens: January & August

Find deep discounts on bedding, bath towels, linens, and other related products during January “whites sales”.  You can also find great deals in August when stores are plugging dorm room supplies.

Furniture: January and December

Looking to buy a couch, dining room set, or any other big-ticket piece of furniture? Shopping after the new year can save you big bucks. The reason: Designers and manufacturers release new models in February, making furniture stores eager to move their outdated inventory to make room for new.

Televisions: February and November

Black Friday is a no-brainer for TV purchases, but you can also take advantage of Super Bowl frenzy in late January and February to score a great deal on a big TV. Sales of TVs are often at their highest around then, since consumers want to watch big games on bigger screens.  It’s not just Super Bowl demand that lowers the price: The latest and greatest in TV technology is unveiled at January’s Consumer Electronics Show, which drives retailers to discount older models to clear the store shelves.

Snowblowers and shovels: April and May

Don’t wait till snow falls to buy your cold-weather gear. Pick up a new snowblower and shovel in the early spring, when they are less in demand and retailers want more room for barbecues and patio furniture.

 

Gardening supplies: April

Everyone’s stocking up on gardening supplies during the spring, and you’ll find big-box home improvement stores such as Lowe’s and Home Depot competing for customers with amazing “Spring Black Friday” sales, usually in middle to late April.

 

Outdoor furniture: July and August

Don’t pick up your new patio furniture at the beginning of the season—wait until late summer, when the bulk of buyers have already done their shopping and retailers are putting their inventory on deeper discounts.

Paint: Summer holidays

Many homeowners take on paint tasks and other home improvement projects when the weather is warm. You might think more homeowners out to buy means prices rise, but the opposite is often true: With more competition on the market, retailers are more likely to lower prices to entice buyers. Look for paint promotions during Memorial Day and Fourth of July weekends, a great time to stock up on your favorite colors.

 

We hope this list have been helpful and remember to visit Realtor.com to check out the complete list of when the best time to buy is.

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
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Easy Easter Centerpieces

March 22nd, 2016

Can you believe Easter is less than a week away?  It seems like it really crept up on us this year.  Today we have gathered some simple and pretty Easter centerpiece ideas from around the web.  Use these ideas for inspiration for your own holiday table or to put together as a hostess gift if you are traveling.

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A simple wooden box houses lovely daffodils and colored eggs for a pretty focal point.

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An easy to find metal basket filled with baby’s breath and colored eggs is a great way to dress up the Easter table.

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If you have little ones, making an “Easter Tree” is a fun way to create a pretty centerpiece.

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How sweet!  Glass containers with chocolate bunnies atop jellybeans are a quick centerpiece and would make a darling hostess gift as well.

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Talk about easy…fill mason jars with tulips and place them in a row in the center of the table.  Offer one to each guest as a parting gift.

We hope these ideas have inspired you and given you some fun, new ideas for your Easter table.  Whatever your plans are for this Easter, we hope you have a wonderful day.
Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
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Architecture Lingo

March 15th, 2016

If you are in the market for a new home or are even just enjoying browsing what is on the market, the different home type terminology might leave you guessing.  I recently came across a great article series on Realtor.com called “Learning the Lingo” (find the full series here).  Included was one dedicated to architecture types that offered a great rundown of the different types of home styles.  You can find the full article here but here are a few you might come across regularly in your home search….

The Bungalow

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These adorable homes are characterized by their low pitched roof and large front porch. Also called Craftsmans, they rose in popularity in the early 1900s during the arts and crafts period and were revered for their—you guessed it—handcrafted details: hand-cut wood, iron and copper work, and masonry. Bungalows hit their peak during this time and became so popular in the early part of the past century, that you could order a complete kit from Sears.

The Ranch

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You can credit the  rise of the automobile, not cowboys, for ranch houses. Cars made it possible for families to buy large lots of land outside traditional metropolitan centers—aka “the suburbs”—so people built spread-out ranch houses to take advantage of these new spaces. These homes are one story and often have an L- or U-shaped floor plan surrounding a patio, sliding glass doors, and a carport or garage. Quite possibly the best-known symbol of American housing and no doubt you will see lots of them.

Cape Cod

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OK, it’s no spoiler that these homes are named after the quintessential New England vacation destination—Cape Cod in Massachusetts—where they first became prevalent. Much like the Puritans of old, Cape Cods are modest and economical. This makes sense, since Colonial settlers in the Northeast modeled their newly built homes after British cottages. These homes have steep roofs that reach the first floor (to quickly shed rain and snow) and second-story dormers (a window that projects vertically from a sloping roof).

The Colonial

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A Colonial is symmetrical and features an entry door in the middle of the front of the home with two windows on either side; there are five windows on the second floor, with one directly above the entry door. Colonials, which originally rose in popularity in the oh-so-uniform 1700s, are still common around the U.S. They’re usually built of wood or brick, which are perfectly suited to the simple, clean, and boxy style.

Remember to check out the Realtor article linked above to read more about popular homes you might run into during your home search!

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
www.TheLelanskyGarveyTeam.com
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Weekend Planner

March 3rd, 2016

Happy March!  If you are looking for things to do this weekend, this first weekend of March is bursting with choices.  Here are just a few of our favorites….

Troy Brown

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6:30 p.m. Friday. Longfellow Books, 1 Monument Way, Portland, free. longfellowbooks.com
Troy Brown, a former star receiver of the New England Patriots is coming to Portland.  Be sure to stop in because he will be reading from – and signing copies of – his book “Patriot Pride: My Life in the New England Dynasty.”

 

Downton Abbey’s Final Episode

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2 p.m. Sunday, State Theatre, 609 Congress St., Portland, free but tickets required. statetheatreportland.com 
To celebrate (and mourn??) the final episode of the wildly popular, Downton Abbey,  Maine Public Broadcasting Network is hosting a special early screening of the final episode. The event is free but tickets are required (and likely to sell out). Attendees also have a chance to win the official silver hand mirror and hairbrush Lady Edith used on the show. Raffle tickets cost $10.

 

Irish Soda Bread Contest

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Noon. Saturday. Maine Irish Heritage Center, 34 Gray St., Portland, free. maineirish.com
Start your St. Patrick’s Day celebrating early by either participating in or just  tasting at the annual competition at the Maine Irish Heritage Center. Loaves are judged in three categories: Irish bread (this is the Americanized version that sometimes has raisins or caraway seeds), brown bread or gluten free. Tea and coffee will be served. Last year’s event featured 30 competitors, six judges and about 100 attendees. This is a free event.

Black Mountain Winterfest

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Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Black Mountain Ski Resort, 39 Glover Road, Rumford. skiblackmountain.org
As winter starts to wind down, there’s still time to experience the best of the season with three days of events at Black Mountain Winterfest. Activities include fireworks, live music, bonfires, scenic lift rides, BBQs, dinner specials, sledding, raffles, torch light parade, ski depot demos, Allagash beer tasting, frozen bubble party and more.

Maine Humor Night

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7 p.m. Friday. L.L. Bean Camping Department Atrium, 95 Main St., Freeport, free. llbean.com/adventure
For a night of Maine humor head to downtown Freeport and catch Maine storytellers Kendall Morse, John McDonald and Brian Daniels. They’ll be sharing classic Down East stories in the spirit of “Bert and I” and you may hear a few folk songs while you’re there. Kendall Morse has been at this for decades and his latest book is “Father Fell Down the Well.”

We hope that whatever you choose to do, you have a wonderful and fun filled weekend!

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
www.TheLelanskyGarveyTeam.com
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Tax Deductions for Homeowners

February 24th, 2016

This is the time of year many of us begin to work on  our taxes.  You are probably aware that owning a home brings you some impressive tax benefits.  The average homeowner saves $3,000 on just mortgage interest and property tax deductions.  Did you know there are other ways to save at tax time for homeowners?  Realtor.com recently published an article about this topic and we wanted to pass along some of our favorite bits of advice for tax time (you can read the full article HERE).

1. Mortgage interest deduction

If you’ve taken out a loan to buy a house, you can deduct the interest you pay on a mortgage, with a balance of up to $1 million. To access this deduction, you will have to itemize rather than take the standard deduction. The savings here can add up in a big way. For example, if you’re in the 25% tax bracket and deduct $10,000 of mortgage interest, you can save $2,500.

2. Private mortgage insurance

Qualified homeowners can deduct payments for private mortgage insurance, or PMI, for a primary home. Sometimes you can take the deduction for a second property as well, as long as it isn’t a rental unit. This only applies if you got your loan in 2007 or later. Another restriction: This deduction only applies if your adjusted gross income is no more than $109,000 if married filing jointly or $54,500 if married filing separately.

3. Medical improvements

 If you’ve made improvements to your home to help meet medical needs, such as installing a ramp or a lift, you could deduct the expenses—but only the amount by which the cost of the improvements exceed the increase in your home’s value. (In other words, you can’t deduct the entire cost of the equipment or improvements.)

4. Home office

If you have a dedicated space in your home for work and it’s not used for anything else, you could deduct it as a home office expense.  It does not have to be an entire room but must be a dedicated space.

5. Energy-efficiency tax credit

You can take advantage of an energy-efficiency tax credit of 10% of the amount paid (up to $500) for any green improvements, such as storm doors, energy-efficient windows, and air-conditioning and heating systems.

6. Property taxes

 You can include state and local property taxes as itemized deductions. The amount of the deduction depends on when you pay the tax, not when the tax is due. As a result, paying property taxes earlier could have a positive impact on your return.

We hope these tips will help you make the most of your tax return this year.

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
www.TheLelanskyGarveyTeam.com
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5 Easy Energy Saving Tips

February 16th, 2016

The past few days have been even colder than usual for this time of year here in Maine. Colder temperatures often get us thinking about not only bundling up when we head outside but also how to affordably heat our homes.  The cost of heating homes during a particularly cold winter can be a big financial stress, but there are ways to cut costs.  Here are a few ways you can help whittle down your home heating bill…

1.Replace Worn Weather Stripping.  Worn and torn weatherstripping around doors and windows creates drafts and lets in cold air. Seven to twelve percent of a home’s heat loss occurs around windows and doors and these leaks often prompt homeowners to turn up their furnace to stay warm.  Eliminate some of this loss by replacing weather stripping when it begins to look worn, usually every few years.

2. Get a humidifier to add moisture to the air. The air inside your home can become very dry. Moist air feels warmer and holds heat better, so a humidifier can help you feel comfortable when your thermostat is set at a lower temperature.

3. Adjust the thermostat at night. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, you can save about ten percent per year on your heating bills by turning your thermostat down 10 to 15 degrees for eight hours.

4. Use ceiling fans to your advantage. Homes that have better ventilation and airflow can be more energy efficient in the summer and winter months. If you have ceiling fans in your home, you have more control over ventilation than you know. Ceiling fans can be used strategically to achieve better airflow: counter-clockwise will push hot air up in the summer and clockwise will trap heat inside to keep your rooms warmer during cooler months. Turn your ceiling fan on a low setting to gently push hot air back down.

5. Use the sun for free heat.  Open the curtains on your south-facing windows during winter days to bring free heat into your home. Close your window coverings when the sun goes down to keep the heat inside.

We hope these tips help you stay warm and save you money during these cold winter months!

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
www.TheLelanskyGarveyTeam.com
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Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Maine!

February 11th, 2016

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Valentine’s Day is just a few days away.  Do you have anything planned yet?  Don’t fret if you have nothing in the works yet….there are many things to do in the Portland area this Valentine’s Day.  Here are a few of our favorites….

Beer Hearts Chocolate Event

6 to 8 p.m. February 14. Allagash Brewing Company, 50 Industrial Way,Portland. $15. allagash.com
It’s a VIP tasting to benefit the Maine chapter of the American Heart Association. The $15 ticket includes a flight of Avance, St. Klippenstein, Victor and a chocolate to pair with each. You can also make your own valentines, pose for pics in the photo booth and listen to the acoustic tunes from Adam Waxman.

Hot Chocolate Jubilee Cabaret

2 p.m. February 14. Chocolate Church Arts Center, Curtis Room Annex, 798 Washington St. Bath. $15, $25 per couple. chocolatechurcharts.org
Spend a romantic afternoon being serenaded by tunes celebrating love and friendship. You’ll hear love songs from Andy Barber, Alison Lee Freeman, Liz & Chris Lannon, Martin Swinger and other special guests including pianist Sean Fleming. Bring your sweetie and your sweet tooth because desserts and beverages will be available.

Love in the Longfellow House: Couples Guided Tour

6 to 7:30 p.m. February 11 & 12. 4 t0 5:30 p.m. & 6 to 7:30 p.m. February 13 & 14.Wadsworth-Longfellow House, Congress Street, Portland. $50 per couple ($40 per couple of MHS members). $25 singles, ($20 for MHS members) Singles night is Friday at 6 p.m. mainehistory.org
Nothing says romance like turning back the clocks to 19th century courtship rituals that you’ll learn about on a love-themed tour of the historic Longfellow House. You’ll swoon hearing about the family’s many romances, heartbreaks, marriages and more including Henry’s honeymoon. Before the tour you’ll partake of locally-made chocolates from Haven’s Candies and will enjoy a glass of champagne or sparkling cider and you’ll be sent home with a reproduction print of a vintage valentine from the house’s collection along with roses from Harmon’s & Bartons.
Tickets: eventbrite.com

Valentine Author’s Event with Lisa Jahn Clough

10:30 a.m. February 13. Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library at the  Portland Public Library, 5 Monument Square. Free. portlandlibrary.com
Local author Lisa Jahn Clough will read from her latest book in the Petal and Poppy series, “Petal and Poppy and the Mystery Valentine.” The reading will be followed by a demonstration about how a book is made and then you’ll all make your own valentines. Kids and families; this one’s for you!

Love Stories

7 p.m. February 14. The Space Gallery, 538 Congress St., Portland, free. space538.org
Gather one and all for a free community event at Space featuring six local writers. They”ll take turns reading their version of a “love story” while you and yours enjoy a hot beverage.

Valentine’s Day Lantz and Kargul: From Northern Lights to Southern Nights

2 p.m. Sunday, Chapel at Woodford’s Church, 202 Woodford St., Portland. $22, $20 for seniors, free and subsidized tickets available for students 21 and under. larksociety.org
The Lark Society for Chamber Music and the University of Southern Maine School of Music cordially invite you for an afternoon of music by Portland String Quartet violinist Ronald Lantz and pianist Laura Kargul, Director of Keyboard Studies at USM. The duo will bathe your ears in romantic literature featuring the Sonata No. 3 by Edvard Grieg and works by Christian Sinding, Arvo Part and Astor Piazzolla among others. Lantz and Kargul are known for their passionate playing and engaging commentary so this promises to be a truly delightful afternoon of chamber music.

Valentine Virtuosos Concert with Denny Breau, Tim Rice and Dave Bullard

3 p.m. February 14. CTN Studio, 516 Congress St., Portland. $10 Valentine Virtuoso.
Spend Valentine’s Day afternoon listening to the sound of three guitar whizzes in downtown Portland. The hot sounds of scintillating strumming from Denny Breau, Tim Rice and Dave Bullard will surely cure any winter blues you may have. Beverages and Valentine treats will be available for purchase.

However you choose to spend your Valentine’s Day, we hope you enjoy it!

Claire Garvey – Realtor, Broker, CRS
Evan Lelansky – Realtor, Broker
The Lelansky Garvey Team
Keller Williams Realty
50 Sewall St, Second Floor, Portland, ME 04102
Claire:  (207) 553-2464, cgarvey@kw.com
Evan:   (207) 553-2465, evanl@kw.com
www.TheLelanskyGarveyTeam.com
Your Maine Real Estate Resource