Catch Diane on Zoom! She has worked on the audio and it is quite good. If you would like to attend a concert digitally, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive the link. For security reasons, links are not published here.
Toddler Sing-alongs, Tuesdays at 9 am
A half-hour of delightful songs, all the favorites. Great for bouncy toddlers from birth to about age four. Quite a few grandparents attend so they can watch their grandkids sing, dance, and have fun.
Summertime! -- Friday, June 26, 7:30 pm
Celebrate the Solstice with carefree songs of joy and love. The coming of summer has long inspired songwriters, and we will enjoy both new and old songs that revel in the natural world.
She Named Him Adonijah -- Saturday, June 27, 7 pm
Through 18th-century folk songs, Diane recounts the life of Adonijah Bidwell, a teacher, shipboard chaplain, husband of three, father of four, and minister of Township No. 1 in Monterey, Massachusetts. Diane wears the clothing of the time and accompanies her singing on an instrument similar to the now-extinct English guitar played by Colonial ladies. Offered by the Bidwell House Museum, where Diane has opened the season for many years. This year it will be at a distance! Visit bidwellhousemusum.org to register.
A Fond Farewell -- Friday, July 10, 7:30 pm
A soothing collection of uplifting memorial songs that celebrate the companions who accompany us on the journey. Sing along with classics such as Will the Circle Be Unbroken and Wayfaring Stranger, along with lovely dulcimer versions of Amazing Grace and Over the Rainbow.