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Castlebay in Concert – Season’s End at Colonial Pemaquid

Enjoy an outdoor performance of Celtic music featuring Castlebay, the popular local duo of Fred Gosbee and Julia... Read More »

“In Search of a World in Transition – Archaeology in South Berwick, Maine” – Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

Dr. Neill DePaoli, historical archaeologist, reveals more findings from his digging at the Humphrey Spencer home, tavern and... Read More »

“Lightning Strikes Twice” Evening lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

Native American cultural historian Ken Hamilton discloses how the Fort at Pemaquid was captured not once but twice... Read More »

Olde Bristol Days: 17th Century Encampment at Colonial Pemaquid

Outdoor interpretative weekend showcasing civilian and military aspect of 17th century life. Re-enactors demonstrate equipment, crafts, cooking, children’s... Read More »

Final Evening Lantern Walk of the Season

Step into the past as you tour a 17th century village, meet some of the inhabitants and be... Read More »

“The Indian Canoe Routes of Maine” – Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

7:30 PM. Lecture by David Cook explores the Native American light-weight canoe and the technical advantage it provided... Read More »

“Forst Along the Kennebec – Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

Lee Cramner, Maine Historic Preservation Commission’s Emeritus Archaeologist, highlights the importance of the Kennebec as a prime fur... Read More »

Pirates at Pemaquid!

Living history presenter and local author James Nelson re-creates the infamous Dixie Bull who attacked and sacked Pemaquid... Read More »

A Search for Sectional Identity in 17th Century Maine. – Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

John O’Toole reveals how English political turmoil impactged long term plans for the District of Maine and spawned... Read More »

July Evening Lantern Walk

Step into the past as you tour a 17th century village, meet some of the inhabitants and be... Read More »

Families of the Eastern Frontier – Living History Event at Colonial Pemaquid

What was it like for families in Pemaquid during the 17th and 18th centuries? This special program highlights... Read More »

For King and Country – Living History Event at Colonial Pemaquid

Become a soldier and join the militia garrison of 18th century Fort Frederick. You’ll learn to march and... Read More »

A Plenty of Fish and Lobsters Very Great – Cookery in Early Pemaquid. Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

Cultural historian Nathan Randall investigates early settlers’ diets. Did they adapt their English tastes to the Maine environment... Read More »

Evening Lantern Walk – Living History Event at Colonial Pemaquid

Step into the past as you tour a 17th century village, meet some of the inhabitants and be... Read More »

Families of the Eastern Frontier – Living History Event at Colonial Pemaquid

What was it like for families in Pemaquid during the 17th and 18th centuries? This special program highlights... Read More »

238th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence at Colonial Pemaquid

Public reading and commentary by living history interpreters at 2:00 PM. Rain date is Saturday, July 5. Read More »

For King and Country – Living History Event at Colonial Pemaquid

Become a soldier and join the militia garrison of 18th century Fort Frederick. You’ll learn to march and... Read More »

First Evening Lantern Walk of the Season at Colonial Pemaquid

Step into the past as you tour a 17th century village, meet some of the inhabitants and be... Read More »

Memorial Day Weekend Concert – Maine St. Andrew’s Pipes and Drums

Traditional tunes of the British Isles performed by a kilted band from Ellsworth, ME. 2:00 PM on the... Read More »