Rays of Sunshine March 25

Since the vernal equinox this week, things are really brightening up in Belfast! Here are some rays of sunshine to look forward to…

March 27

The DownEast Country Dance Festival is hosting an online social for folks to connect and share stories. They’re also kicking off DEFFA’s new project related to our collective history of participatory dance and music in Maine. Register here.

Join Larry Unger on Friday April 1

April 1

We’re soooo excited to make some musical mischief with Larry Unger on April 1st at the Bazz! Details in the BFS calendar.

Saturday April 9 at the middle school

April 9

Longtime BFS folks might remember when BFS door prizes included tickets to A New Vaudeville Revue ~ Belfast’s own fun-filled, down-home music and comedy variety show. Well, they’re back! Sat. April 9, featuring contra dance musicians (Drivetrain), a BFS teaching artist (Mr. Ando), and plenty of humor, music, and even some ragtime! At THMS in Belfast. Complete details here.

Tri Town Music Program starting at Searsmont Town Library

April 25 – June 6

The Searsmont Town Library presents the Tri-Town Music Program for students in grades 2-5, starting April 25, with Jennifer Armstrong leading ukulele and Jeff Densmore leading percussion. BFS is a proud partner with the Library for this free program for residents of Belmont, Morrill & Searsmont. Contact the Library here.

Flashback to February:

We’ll close with a fond memory of the Fireside Chat at Waterfall Arts that featured BFS and Jennifer Armstrong (plus an amazing crepe paper “campfire”). Here’s their recap post, with a bit of audio, on the Waterfall Arts website.