The fifth summer of the Bug Light Summer Movie Series kicked off with the biggest crowd yet, with hundreds of people staking out a patch of lawn at Bug Light Park to watch “Trolls” (with one of the characters voiced by Maine native Anna Kendrick). People start setting up blankets and chairs around 6:30 p.m., which leaves plenty of time before sunset to get something from one of the food trucks or unpack a picnic, play a card game or just a round of catch, and do plenty of running, dancing, cartwheeling and rolling down hills. (Hey, it was a young crowd.) Future flicks: “The Princess Bride” July 13, “Moana” July 20 and “Dirty Dancing” July 27.
Grace Trombley in her "Trolls" dress, with her mom Jessica Trombley of South Portland.
James Francois with his girls Jayla and Christa Francois of South Portland.
Mandy and Eden Wood of Westbrook.
Mariella Mandoza of Westbrook and Brielle Standford of South Portland.
Settling in for a flick under the full moon.
Jessica Stinson, Jen Chon and Amy Sharifipour, all of Scarborough.
DIY face painting.
Molly Joy of Buxton with Katie Arnold and Anna Schindler of Portland.
Allison Hodgkins cartwheeling into the sunset.
Trey Holcomb with his grandparents Deanne and Sean McKenzie of South Portland.
Jen Baratta and Alfred Perry of Windham with Brooklyn and Catherine Mitchell of Portland.
Euan MacLaurin, Tia Fleischman and Justin Harmon, all of South Portland.
Ben Welch of South Portland swings his daughter Emerson through the air.
People who could answer Anna Kendrick trivia questions the fastest...
... won a MaineToday Sleep Tomorrow pillow. Danny Hodgkins put his to use right away.
Elizabeth, Jana, Caitlin, Chad and Charlie Staro and Caitlin Best.
Nancy, Lexi and Eloise chase each other at Bug Light Park.
Bria Bush and Izzy Phinney of Gorham.
MaineToday's Aimsel Ponti handing out Troll dolls and stickers.
There are three more movie nights: "The Princess Bride" on July 13, "Moana" on July 20 and "Dirty Dancing" on July 27.