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After being closed for over 6 months, Buck's Harbor Market reopened on Wednesday, June 19! It was heartwarming to see so many of our friends and neighbors who came out to see the newly renovated market. The c.1905 building had a complete overhaul from roof-to-basement, literally!
TC Hafford poured the basement, local electricians, plumbers, carpenters and painters revamped the old structure. Several BHM staff members worked to clean up after the construction was over and put the place [back] together. The cafe' looks like a million bucks with new windows/treatments, lighting and attractive new tables and chairs. Even the old front counter received a little TLC from the spouse of a staff member. Everyone would like to send a big thank you to Fred & Patty Green who are responsible for BHM's improvements...it's wonderful!
With the New Year comes a “new and improved” Buck’s Harbor Market! From floor to ceiling, our beloved old building will be getting an update.
Our kitchen will be lighter, brighter and chock full of appliances designed to make the work area spacious and more efficient.
The Market will have new floors, a fresh coat of paint, lighting that is easy
on the eyes, a touchscreen cash register, and a deli with more storage and workspace.
Perhaps the best part of all of the improvements will be felt in July and August... air conditioning for the entire building!
As we look forward to all of these exciting changes, we are also looking for staff to fill all of these new work spaces.
Buck’s Harbor Market has openings for cashiers and deli workers, all shifts.
Buck’s Restaurant has employment opportunities across the board, as we are seeking sous chefs, line cooks, waitstaff, hostesses and bartenders.
If you, or someone you know, is looking for seasonal employment, we offer the following:
*ever-changing daily duties
*engaging customers and co-workers
Located in one of the most beautiful harbors in mid-Coast Maine, we are just steps away from a yacht club and marina. Brooksville is best known as the scenic village that is featured in the iconic book, “One Morning in Maine” by Robert McCloskey.