Round Pond, ME 04564 [map]
We will be sharing songs, local history, and the making of historic songs with a group of students from the MSJ University.
Winslow, ME 04901 [map]
We will be performing on the main stage from 1:00 until 4:00 or thereabouts. There will be pauses in our concert for other activities that are part of Fort Halifax Day
Round Pond, ME 04564 [map]
We started this Wednesday evening concert series in 1998 and ran it for eleven summers. After a couple of years running with nobody in charge Alan Davis stepped up and has been doing a great job ever since. So 2017 is the twentieth summer of concerts at the Little Brown Church. During that time we have seen the installation of screens, a new front door, indoor plumbing, a new roof, a new undercroft, a new kitchen. The current effort is to have pew cushions made for all the pews.
This is always a good time and we have made many friends here over the years, some of whom arranged performances in their winter homes.
Dresden, ME 04342 [map]
Come Visit the Only Pre-Revolutionary Court House in Maine. The Pownalborough Court House still stands on its original site on the banks of the Kennebec River in Dresden. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Court House is a remarkable example of colonial New England architecture.
If the weather is good we'll be outside, if not we may be up in the courtroom or below in the tavern. Courthouses used to be full-service institutions!
Bristol, ME 04554 [map]
We will be doing this concert of music from the 17th century as part of the annual 17th century craft encampment. There have been smiths, woodturners, 17th century physicians (scary!) Native American traders. Last year there was a rope walk. The artisans use period tools and dress as folk did in the mid-17th century.
Warren, ME 04864 [map]
Jonesport, ME 04649
We have played here several times. It's always a full house. This is a free concert, I believe, but tickets are required to assure a space.
Rockland, ME 04841 [map]
This will be our third music cruise on the Schooner American Eagle. It's always a great adventure with good food, new friends, good food, lot's of music, good food, breathtaking scenery, and more good food!
We will board on Sunday evening, meet and greet our shipmates, have an introductory concert. On Monday morning we will leave Rockland for adventures in Penobscot Bay. Julia and I will be on hand to sing ballads, explain coastal culture, history, and legends. There is always a lobster bake along the way. Space is limited, we take up four berths with us and our instruments leaving just twenty-two places for passengers, so it's a good idea to book early.
Harmony, ME 04542 [map]
This is Fred's hometown. His Mom, brother, and sister still live there, along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and outlaws.
The Harmony Patriarchs Club was established in 1947, as a community betterment program. Since its inception, this charitable, nonprofit, all volunteer club has donated funds to many worthy community causes. Over the years, the Club has contributed monies toward the purchase of the Town's first fire truck, construction of the Recreation Park, and the acquisition of Harmony's first and second ambulances.
New Harbor, ME 04554 [map]
This will be the eleventh year we have done this event. The concerts will be in the parade ground. People often bring their own chairs and picnics.
The weather has always been clear - let's see if our luck will hold for another season