The Dragonfly Diva

LCN 8-3-11Lynne White shows how much lace can be woven in one hour, demonstrating the painstaking work required to make a “fancy” collar or cuff for a dress. (E. Busby photo)
Jun 10

LCN 8-3-11

Lynne White shows how much lace can be woven in one hour, demonstrating the painstaking work required to make a “fancy” collar or cuff for a dress. (E. Busby photo)

LCN 8-3-1117th century re-enactor Ken Grant, of Elliot, heads off to find a libation. (E. Busby photo)

One of my favorite photos from last summer
Jun 10

LCN 8-3-11

17th century re-enactor Ken Grant, of Elliot, heads off to find a libation. (E. Busby photo) One of my favorite photos from last summer

LCN 8-3-11Three generations of the Dupuis family: Aimee Baron and her five week old son Evan  Baron, with her parents Donald and Denise Dupuis. Mom and Dad brought Aimee to her first encampment at six months of age. “You might say, it’s a tradition,” Aimee said. “Since the 1970’s we have been visiting the 17th Century quite often.” (E. Busby photo)
Jun 10

LCN 8-3-11

Three generations of the Dupuis family: Aimee Baron and her five week old son Evan Baron, with her parents Donald and Denise Dupuis. Mom and Dad brought Aimee to her first encampment at six months of age. “You might say, it’s a tradition,” Aimee said. “Since the 1970’s we have been visiting the 17th Century quite often.” (E. Busby photo)

LCN 8-3-11Visitors to the 17th Century Encampment at Colonial Pemaquid were greeted by  Mathieu Lavoie, from Montreal, dressed as a 1690s French soldier, sitting in a shady spot near the old cemetery and playing a hurdy-gurdy. (E. Busby photo)
Jun 10

LCN 8-3-11

Visitors to the 17th Century Encampment at Colonial Pemaquid were greeted by Mathieu Lavoie, from Montreal, dressed as a 1690s French soldier, sitting in a shady spot near the old cemetery and playing a hurdy-gurdy. (E. Busby photo)

LCN 8-3-11Audrey (Meredith Batley) takes orders at Mushnick’s Skid Row Flower Shop in “Little Shop of Horrors.” (E. Busby photo)
Jun 10

LCN 8-3-11

Audrey (Meredith Batley) takes orders at Mushnick’s Skid Row Flower Shop in “Little Shop of Horrors.” (E. Busby photo)

LCN 7-6-11Thousands turned out for Damariscotta’s annual Fourth of July fireworks display. (Eleanor Cade Busby photo)
Jun 10

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Thousands turned out for Damariscotta’s annual Fourth of July fireworks display. (Eleanor Cade Busby photo)

LCN 7-6-11Fireworks over the Damariscotta River mark the nation’s birthday. (Eleanor Cade Busby photo)
Jun 10

LCN 7-6-11

Fireworks over the Damariscotta River mark the nation’s birthday. (Eleanor Cade Busby photo)

LCN 7-6-11Fireworks over the Damariscotta. (Eleanor Cade Busby photo)
Jun 10

LCN 7-6-11

Fireworks over the Damariscotta. (Eleanor Cade Busby photo)

LCN 7-6-11Adam St Cyr shows his championship form during the Kids division pie eating contest.
Jun 10

LCN 7-6-11

Adam St Cyr shows his championship form during the Kids division pie eating contest.

LCN 12-7-11Miss Peaches La Rue and her owner, Shirley Simonitsch of Bristol, rang the Salvation Army Bells last Friday. The local chapter has set a goal of $10,000 this holiday season. Funds donated at the kettles stay in the local community. These funds provide year-round emergency assistance. (Eleanor Cade Busby photo)
Jun 10

LCN 12-7-11

Miss Peaches La Rue and her owner, Shirley Simonitsch of Bristol, rang the Salvation Army Bells last Friday. The local chapter has set a goal of $10,000 this holiday season. Funds donated at the kettles stay in the local community. These funds provide year-round emergency assistance. (Eleanor Cade Busby photo)