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Third Annual Celebration of the Life, Spirit, and Music of Pete Seeger


Sunday, February 21st, 3pm at the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church

Sponsored by the Cape Ann Interfaith Clergy Association in cooperation with Folk Life Studio and the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church

A family friendly, sing-a-long open to all.

Song leaders will include Daisy Nell and Captain Stan, Chick Marston and Ellen Ford Marston, Rose Sheehan and John Hicks, and othersSong sheets will be provided. Acoustic instruments welcome.

A free will donation will be collected to support the work of the Backyard Growers

Contact folklifestudio@gmail.com for additional information.

Celebrate the Life & Legacy of Unitarian Universalist Pete Seeger – Sunday May 4


Festive Sunday Morning Service
May 4, 2014 at 10 :00 am in the Sanctuary
Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church
Corner of Middle and Church Streets, on the green
Accessible Entrance at 10 Church Street
All are Welcome – Free Will offering gratefully accepted
Refreshments following the service
Additional Information at www.gloucesteruu.org

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Beautiful Blue Lobster

For the next few days while in Mexico I thought I’d repost several of the short videos that I made for our community this past year. First up is the Beautiful Blue Lobster, featuring Joey, and filmed at Captain Joe and Sons, with a trio of Pete Seeger songs.

Community Sing-a-Long in Celebration of the Life, Spirit and Music of Pete Seeger

pete seeger sing a long
Pete Seeger, one of America’s best-loved folksingers, an untiring activist, environmentalist, and an inspiration to many, passed away on January 27th, 2014.
Folk Life Studio and members of the Cape Ann folk-singing community invite all to an open community sing-a-long to celebrate the life, spirit and music of Pete Seeger.
Come as you are! Bring a song or a story, a snack or non-alcoholic beverage to share if you wish.
Acoustic musical instruments are welcome, too! This will be a participatory evening, as what could be a more appropriate way to remember and honor Pete?
We’ll start at 7 to be more accessible to families with young children. Song sheets will be available. Spread the word! Bring your friends! Bring your family! There is no charge for admission.

By Rose Sheehan and Anne Deneen