Voices of the Sea Features Songs, Poetry by Maine Fishermen
February 19, 2014
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.