Cel­e­brat­ing Dildo Days


The Town of Dildo kicked off its 32nd an­nual Dildo Days cel­e­bra­tions last week with nu­mer­ous ac­tiv­i­ties and events aimed at cel­e­brat­ing the town’s his­tory and her­itage. There was a sports day, a fish­ing con­test, casino night and a Dildo Idol com­pe­ti­tion. The chil­dren’s sports day brought out a slew of young chil­dren to have their faces painted, toss wa­ter bal­loons and eat hot dogs. The Com­pass was there to cap­ture all of the ex­cite­ment of the sports day and all of the tal­ent on dis­play at the folk fes­ti­val.

Trin­ity Shore Fid­dlers mu­si­cian Paige White plays the fid­dle while di­rec­tor Marina Bonnell (front) ac­com­pa­nies her on the gui­tar.

Sis­ters Kathy Smith (left) and Marina Bonnell play a tune at the folk fes­ti­val.

It was hard to hid the ex­cite­ment on Joshua Legge’s face (right), even with all of the tiger face paint, dur­ing the potato sack race at the sports day. Here, Legge and Jay­lynn Cumby hop to­wards the fin­ish line.

Sydney Boone (right) tries to keep young Nathan Smith from tak­ing a tum­ble dur­ing the three-legged race at Dildo Days cel­e­bra­tions, July 23.

Five mem­bers of the Trin­ity Shore Fid­dlers per­formed at the Dildo Days Folk Fes­ti­val. They are (from left) Dillon Brown, Madi­son Os­bourne, Abby Hig­don, Paige White and Shauna Brown.

Madi­son Os­bourne sings and strums her way through Saltwater Joys.

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