Worksong Concert at the Stonington Opera House
Jun
3
7:00 PM19:00

Worksong Concert at the Stonington Opera House

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An evening with singing farmer Bennett Konesni, founder of the Worksong Project. How have people around the world made their work easier by using the music as a joyful, productive tool? Discover the surprising similarities and differences between the sea shanties of Maine and the hollers, calls, and yodels from the world’s farmers, fishermen, and herders. This performance will not only be thought provoking it may also give you some tunes you can whistle while you work in your own dooryard.

Tickets $20

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Rowing Shanties on Eggemoggin Reach
Jun
4
9:00 AM09:00

Rowing Shanties on Eggemoggin Reach

Join us in a 10-oar Bantry Bay Gig as we revive old Sea Shanties from Maine and beyond. Grab an oar and bellow with the crew as we explore the area around the Deer Isle Bridge.

9a to 11a on Tuesday June 4, 2019

Rowers meet at the Bridge End Park just over the Deer Isle Bridge on Little Deer Isle, next to LDI Lobster.

Suggested Donation $20 per person, we’ll pass the hat at the boat.

All participants in the rowing programs should be comfortable on the water. Prior rowing experience is desirable but not required. Lifejackets provided, but bring your own if you want to!

***Only 12 seats available, please sign up early to avoid disappointment. Participants may be asked to rotate off of oars if we fill all 12 seats.


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Worksong Workshop at Tinder Hearth Bakery
Jun
4
5:00 PM17:00

Worksong Workshop at Tinder Hearth Bakery

Meet at 5pm at Tinder Hearth Bakery, 1452 Coastal Rd, Brooksville, ME 04617

$10 per person / Humans under 18 free.

Come learn Worksongs for your own garden by helping out in the Tinder Hearth garden. Based on his 20+ years of researching and developing worksongs for modern contexts, Bennett Konesni will choose a bunch of songs great for simple gardening tasks like planting, weeding, and mulching with friends. Stick around for the phenomena that is Tuesday Night Wood-Fired Pizza Night at Tinder Hearth and a free concert by Belfast’s Worksong Community Chorus.

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Rowing Shanties on The Bagaduce River
Jun
5
11:00 AM11:00

Rowing Shanties on The Bagaduce River

Join us in a 10-oar Bantry Bay Gig as we revive old Sea Shanties from Maine and beyond. Grab an oar and bellow with the crew as we explore the area around Smith Cove, Holbrook Island Sanctuary, and Castine.

11am on Wednesday June 4, 2019

*** Please bring a sack lunch. We’ll stop to eat at some point!***

Meet at Dodge Point Town Landing, Perkins Lane, Brooksville.

GPS Address 52 Perkins Lane, Brooksville, Maine

Suggested Donation $20 per person, we’ll pass the hat at the boat.

All participants in the rowing programs should be comfortable on the water.

Prior rowing experience is desirable but not required. Lifejackets provided, but bring your own if you want to!

***Only 12 seats available, please sign up early to avoid disappointment. Participants may be asked to rotate off of oars if we fill all 12 seats.


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Worksong Workshop at Four Season Farm
Jun
5
3:00 PM15:00

Worksong Workshop at Four Season Farm

Meet at 3 pm at Four Season Farm, 609 Weir Cove Rd, Harborside, ME 04642

$10 per person / Humans under 18 free.

Come learn Worksongs at legendary Four Season Farm. Based on his 20+ years of researching and developing worksongs for modern contexts, Bennett Konesni will share a bunch of songs suitable for diversified small farms, or even your backyard garden.

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Rowing Shanties in Blue Hill Harbor
Jun
6
1:00 PM13:00

Rowing Shanties in Blue Hill Harbor

Join us in a 10-oar Bantry Bay Gig as we revive old Sea Shanties from Maine and beyond. Grab an oar and bellow with the crew as we explore Blue Hill Harbor.

1p to 3p on Thursday June 4, 2019

Rowers meet in Horton Emerson Park at Blue Hill Town Landing, downtown Blue Hill.

Suggested Donation $20 per person, we’ll pass the hat at the boat.

All participants in the rowing programs should be comfortable on the water.

Prior rowing experience is desirable but not required. Lifejackets provided, but bring your own if you want to!

***Only 12 seats available, please sign up early to avoid disappointment. Participants may be asked to rotate off of oars if we fill all 12 seats.


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Worksong Concert at Bagaduce Music
Jun
6
7:30 PM19:30

Worksong Concert at Bagaduce Music

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An evening with singing farmer Bennett Konesni, founder of the Worksong Project. How have people around the world made their work easier by using the music as a joyful, productive tool? Discover the surprising similarities and differences between the sea shanties of Maine and the hollers, calls, and yodels from the world’s farmers, fishermen, and herders.

This performance will not only be thought provoking it may also give you some tunes you can whistle while you work in your own dooryard. During this participatory concert, Bennett will be joined on stage by participants of the different events during Bagaduce Worksong Week, celebrating and sharing songs amongst participants in the different programs.

Tickets $20

Puchase by calling Bagaduce Music (207) 374-5454 or at the door.

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Worksongs with Native Gardens at Bagaduce Music
Jun
7
9:30 PM21:30

Worksongs with Native Gardens at Bagaduce Music

We will assist the Native Gardens group in their work at the fabulous Bagaduce Music gardens. Come spend a morning belting out songs surrounded by the peace of beautiful native plants on the Bagaduce Music campus.

All are welcome, please bring gloves, clothes, and footwear suitable for garden work.

Tickets $10/person
Native Gardens of Blue Hill members, no charge.

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