By Krista Pfunder
The Chesapeake Troubadour — local musician, storyteller and poet Jeff Holland — will lead singalongs at an outdoor campfire every other Friday evening this summer at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis.
Holland, a former director of the Annapolis Maritime Museum and West/Rhode Riverkeeper, will celebrate the history and culture of the Bay through original songs.
“We’ll sing traditional folk songs as part of a program highlighting the Bay’s natural history and cultural heritage through original songs, stories and poems,” Holland says. “Bring a lawn chair and a flashlight and be prepared to sing along.”
The campfire singalongs will be held July 2, July 16, July 30, Aug. 13 and Aug. 27 from 7:30pm-8:30pm. Admission is $10 per group (friends and/or family), plus a $6 vehicle fee. A portion of the proceeds supports the Friends of Quiet Waters. Visitors should park at the Sycamore pavilion and will be asked to exit the park at the end of the program. The walk from the campfire to the parking lot is not lighted, so flashlights are recommended.