DAMARISCOTTA — Reside music by native teams and musicians will carry out on the 12th annual Damariscotta Mills Alewife Competition from 10 a.m. to five p.m. Saturday, Might 25, on the underneath the large tent within the Fish Home parking zone.
The occasion celebrates the arrival of the Damariscotta River’s little fishes and the restoration of the historic fish ladder that the alewives traverse every spring from the saltwater bay to the freshwater lake, at 10:15 a.m., Sylvia Tavares will carry out the alewife track “Journey to the Lake” that she wrote in regards to the fish ladder restoration mission. The competition will start with John Adams singing the “Star Spangled Banner.”
Schedule of occasions:
10:15-11 a.m., Rivers Edge, a artistic mix of people, pop classics, nation and originals with Sylvia Tavares and Gary McCue;
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Ale Home String Band, taking part in conventional tunes and covers of widespread folks music their “chamber folks” fashion is a novel, melding the speculation and methods of classical music with Conventional People kinds with Oren Robinson, April Reed-Cox and Brian Dunn;
12:45 -1:45 p.m., Jud Caswell, just a little bit like a one-man folks band, with banjo selecting, Irish ingesting songs, a rack of acoustic devices and a deep catalog of award successful unique songs and tunes;
2:15-Three:15 p.m., Properly Seasoned, a bunch of MidCoast musicians devoted to taking part in a broad vary of American folks music on acoustic devices. Their repertoire covers an eclectic spectrum of people and the blues, with Pixie Lauer, a singer-songwriter and devoted “folkie,” Dan Townsend, Del Merritt and Judy Nielsen; and
Three:30-5 p.m., Caroline Cotter, with a soprano voice and award-winning songwriting, her songs take listeners all around the world and into the depths of the human coronary heart.
On the Alewives Materials garden from Three to four p.m., “Mr. Tips” Dana Perkins, skilled ventriloquist, puppeteer, juggler and magician, will current a household pleasant present crammed with tips and dialogs.
The Alewife Competition Planning Committee invitations writers, native artists, crafters and neighborhood members to contemplate making a donation to the competition’s silent public sale. Prior to now, public sale objects have included framed pictures, handmade quilts, vintage fish prints, collectables, pottery and different crafts — all with a deal with the native space or with an alewife, fish-related theme.
To donate, name Betty Lu Brydges at 832-1566. All silent public sale donations are tax deductible.
For runners and walkers, a 5K run is deliberate on the morning of the Might 25. To register, go to running4free.com. Reductions are supplied for runners youthful than 14 and for native faculty monitor groups.
For extra info, e mail Bob Barkalow at [email protected].
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