Maine Maritime Museum, Voices of the Sea, song and poetry by Maine fishermen.

In 2012, the Maine Maritime Museum launched a program to showcase the talents of men and women who earn a living working Maine’s waters. Voices of the Sea gives these hard-working mariners the opportunity to provide a glimpse into the trials and beauty of their workaday world through music and poetry. Now in its third year, Voices expands its impact with 2 programs on 2 successive nights in 2 Maine cities with working waterfronts and adding maritime working images to the programs.

Bath: Friday, March 14; 7:00 p.m., Long Reach Hall

  • MMM Members $15; nonmembers $17; children $10
  • Hosted by John McDonald, Maine’s Storyteller, with appearances by Bath’s own Kevin Gilmore, poet Sally Woolf-Wade, musician Bob Bowman and others.

Portland: Saturday, March 15; 7:00 p.m., Cohen Center, Gulf of Maine Research Institute

  • Members $20; nonmembers $25; children $12
  • Hosted by musician/artistGordon Bok, with appearances by musician Frank Gotwals, poets Jack Merrill and Stefanie Ally, storyteller Bob Quinn and others.

For more information or to purchase tickets go to the MMM website here.


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