From Oren Tikkanen*
HANCOCK -- Professor Doctor Libby Meyer -- fiddler, farmer and bon vivant -- has expressed a wish that summer solstice celebrants should gather at the Copper Island Beach Club on the waterfront in Hancock TONIGHT, Monday, June 21, for communal merriment, music-making and gentle mayhem.
The Thimbleberry Band will be there, and the hope is that you will show up with your acoustic instruments, voices, dancing feet and good attitudes. Plan on being there about 7:30 p.m.
Who knows how it may develop? Perhaps as a song-circle with each taking a turn at presenting or leading a tune or song. Perhaps some unruly elements will break away and start one or more jams outside. Maybe we'll spill over into Porvoo Park for exuberant celebration!
The Beach Club staff will, of course, stand ready to dish up your favorite snacks and beverages.
It's the longest day of the year. It's the first day of SUMMER!
Now you know as much as I do. Come on over and see how it turns out...
*This announcement courtesy Local Music.