Morning birdsong is loudly announcing that spring is on the way, but in case your heart longs for even more rays of sunshine, here’s a tasty trio: Radio, Video and Banjo, oh my!
Flying Shoes Radio Hour on WBFY
Still time to enjoy the “March Forth” show (livestream 1pm Wed, or on demand now thru Thurs). Upcoming shows will tie into this month’s celebrations of Women’s History, Music in Our Schools, and Irish-American Heritage.
Tune in via WBFY-Belfast Community Radio at 6:00pm on Fridays (encore 1pm Wed) at 100.9 FM or online. Please send us your advance REQUESTS, especially on this month’s themes.
Trad Dance & Music Movies – Sun. March 13!
The BFS Board just heard about the Portland Roadhouse Independent Film Festival – Sun March 13, starting at 2pm ET. Here’s the detailed schedule, with these films (and directors)
- Paid to Eat Ice Cream: Bob McQuillen & New England Contra Dance (David Millstone)
- The Canote Brothers Story (Larry Edelman)
- Don’t Get Trouble in Your Mind: The Carolina Chocolate Drops’ Story (John Whitehead)
- Take it Back (Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons)
- Take Hands (Doug Plummer)
So, if you missed Mac’s Music & Movie on Feb 5, you can see it on Sunday! (Plus, the DVD is also available anytime at the Belfast Free Library.) Chrissy Fowler is looking forward to the documentary about the Grammy-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops, and is especially excited to see her Pourparler colleague Stacy Rose, who’s featured in Take Hands (about the impact of community dancing in Coos Bay, OR.)
Yes, Foolin’! April 1 Flying Shoes First Friday
Multi-instrumentalist and tunesmith, Larry Unger will be our featured guest, so mark your calendars and tune up those instruments* and get ready to be a bit foolish! *Yep, banjos and accordions are especially welcome for April Foolin’…