This week, “Isle of Dogs” comes to the big screen. Be careful if you say the title to quickly; you may find that “I Love Dogs” is a very true statement.
May is recognized by proclamation from the governor of Maine as Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and while many people know something about Lyme disease, there are many other tick-borne diseases carried by ticks here in Maine that we need to protect ourselves against.
Rice at PWA: Walpole oil painter Susan Bartlett Rice’s current show, “Blooms and Loons,” at the Pemaquid Watershed Association office in Damariscotta, is a special treat. Not only does the exhibit, which runs through Friday, June 8, feature a collection of Rice’s striking outdoor-focused paintings in more than the usual two rooms of the PWA’s office-gallery, it also boasts an 8-by-10-foot mural on the outside of the building.
Here’s a Mother’s Day quiz: what’s harder than being a mother?
The Lincoln County News will host its first candidates forum of the 2018 election May 24.
LA student art at River Arts: Wow! I attended the closing reception on Thursday, April 26 for the recent show at River Arts gallery in Damariscotta featuring the multifaceted art exhibition of Lincoln Academy art students, and I’ll just say it again – wow!
The United Baptist Church invites its members to attend the annual meeting of the Damariscotta Association of the American Baptist Churches of Maine on Sunday, May 6 at 2 p.m. at the Nobleboro Baptist Church. This association is made up of seven American Baptist churches in this region.
When we both were children and in grammar school, the month of May was truly a month of fun and enjoyment for most every family. Even when our son, Robert, was going to grammar school, the month of May was full of art programs, like making a maypole for their dance program around the time of 1978.
Pam is off globetrotting in Peru, so this week you get me, Torie DeLisle, director of development. While normally I spend my days thinking about programs and funding, this week I’m all fired up about Skidompha being the only Maine library with our very own resident theater company. That’s right! We’re making history right here in Damariscotta!
The Lincoln County Publishing Co., which publishes The Lincoln County News, will host the Lincoln County Yard Sale at and in partnership with the Central Lincoln County YMCA in Damariscotta from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, May 5.
Moles or voles? It is confusing. But knowing who is who helps us live well with our small furry neighbors. This was their land long before we thought it was ours!
Painting in snowstorms: Samantha Merrill held up a small acrylic painting of an ocean scene. “This I painted during a snowstorm when I had nothing else to do. I wanted something with waves and it just kind of happened,” she told me recently.
It is with great excitement and utmost respect that I announce the return of “The Hose Line” column to The Lincoln County News. Longtime readers may recall the column, which was produced with great pride by Captain Newman.
For the last week or two, we have received more inquiries about one local issue than any other.