A dozen teams of singers and instrumentalists will enjoy new music in the course of Woods Hole for six several hours Saturday, featuring Indigenous American, Celtic, old-time, people, roots, and early songs tunes for The Woods Gap Common Tunes Stroll.
The Trad Stroll, offered by ArtsFalmouth, will acquire area from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, rain or glow, with cost-free hour-extended reveals from midday to 6 p.m. at 7 venues. For performances in Woods Hole Group Corridor, COVID-19 precautions require evidence of vaccination, masks, social distancing and a 45-individual-at-a-time attendance limit.
The Artisans Industry portion of the occasion will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Old Hearth Station, 72 H2o St. Taking part neighborhood vendors include things like Sandra Faxon of Regional Colors Gallery, with giclée prints and watercolors Mike Adams with handcrafted wood bowls Diane Precourt of Buddha Buns, who sews meditation cushions Joe Freedman with images of Falmouth Nancy Sawyer of Goin’ Fishing, who has fish-associated artwork Judy La Cava of Octopus’s Back garden, with sea glass and silver jewellery Vivian Dreishbach, who delivers knitted goods and Abby Volkman, who will make beaded jewellery.
The songs agenda: Midday, award-profitable singer-songwriter Kim Moberg at Martha’s Winery Lender, 2 H2o St., and L’Esperance Mandolin Ensemble, led by Josh Bell, at Woods Hole Neighborhood Corridor, 68 Drinking water St.
At 1 p.m.: Ganivelle performs at the Local community Corridor, enjoying French dance audio.
At 2 p.m.: The Falmouth Fiddlers perform bluegrass, old-time, Celtic, nation, and folks at Woods Gap Historical Museum’s Modest Boat Museum out of doors patio, 579 Woods Hole Street Stanley & Grimm (fiddler Nikki Engstrom and singer/guitarist Sean Brennan) perform new, old and initial tunes at Quicks Hole Tavern, 29 Railroad Ave. andthe Solstice Singers, directed by Lore Loftfield DeBower, conduct at the local community corridor, featuring Renaissance new music.
At 2:30 p.m.: The Rum-Soaked Crooks play at Pie in the Sky Bakery and Café’s outdoor patio at 10 H2o St., with Tom Goux, Jacek Sulanowski and Dan Lanier, doing a blend of sailor’s chanteys, ballads and ditties.
At 3 p.m.: Cat’s Melodeon will entertain from the Coffee Obsession front porch, 38 H2o St. with Invoice Black leading Irish common audio Heather Swanson and Don Gauland engage in modern day Celtic tunes at neighborhood hall.
At 4 p.m.: The Sonnay Fiddlers, pupils ages 5 and up led by instructor Engstrom, will execute Celtic tunes at group hall. Morgan Rattler performs at the upper-stage waterfront deck at Woods Gap Marketplace & Provisions, 87 H2o St., with Jacek Sulanowski, Barbara Blair and Ron Geering actively playing traditional American, Irish, Scottish, English, and French seafaring tunes.
At 5 p.m.: Woods Gap Folks Orchestra will perform at neighborhood hall, with contra, sq. dance, English state, and international people audio. (COVID-19 safety measures reduce dancing.)
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Parking is offered at WHOI a lot on University Road and Dyer’s Dock on Drinking water Avenue, and at the MBL good deal at the rear of Cornelia Clapp (formerly Lillie) Auditorium.
Far more information: artsfalmouth.org.