Estimates of Sunday's attendance went as high as more than 1,000.
"We had hundreds of people coming and going on Sunday," she said. "It was amazing to see so many in spite of the storm and heat. As soon as the rain stopped, people reappeared and it was busy again."
Hedrick said sales were brisk and the customer interest level was high.
"My flamework beads were big sellers," she said. "We also sold a lot of local artists
"We saw a lot of interest in our micro sea glass collection kits," she said. "Also our rarity check kits. These have information on hard-to-find sea glass items."
Perreault lives in Kinnebunkport,
"We got lots of beach glass donations, including some slag glass from the old GE plant in
Perrault said the Sea Glass Center's mission was preserving sea glass before it disappears.
"It was hot and humid, but we had a great time here, she said.
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