Bring the whole family to a fireside sing-along concert led by Chesapeake Troubadour Jefferson Holland. 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.
- Bring a lawn chair or picnic blanket.
- Bring a flashlight. You’ll need one to get back to your cars since there are no lights on the way back to the parking lot.
- All attendees should park at the Sycamore parking lot.
- Make sure you head out once the program ends as the park will be closing shortly.
- Remember to have Fun!
Admission: $10 per connected group of friends and family. RSVP for advance tickets. A portion of the proceeds supports the activities of the Friends of Quiet Waters Park.
As a poet, singer/songwriter and outdoor columnist, Jefferson Holland celebrates the history and culture of the Chesapeake Bay through articles published in regional newspapers and magazines, as well as in the original songs and poetry he shares in live performances and recordings. His column on walking our local trails appears regularly in the Annapolis Capital. Jeff has served as the director of the Annapolis Maritime Museum and as the Riverkeeper for the West and Rhode Rivers. He lives in the HIllsmere neighborhood of Annapolis with his emotional support spouse, Louise White, and their new rescue “Labra-dorable” puppy, Millie.
Here’s the Event Flyer.