A trip to the Caribbean is just a short drive away, as Flash
in the Pans transports you with the tropical rhythm of steel drum music. Dig out your Hawaiian shirts, practice your
dance moves and come to the Lighthouse on Monday, June 6th. The beautiful Fort
Point Lighthouse, overlooking Penobscot Bay is the setting for an evening of
dancing and listening to this amazing band. The band will play a diverse
assortment of Caribbean influenced contemporary music for everyone’s enjoyment
from 7:30 – 9:00.
Flash in the Pans Community Steel Band is based in Blue
Hill. The members of the band volunteer
their time to play benefit concerts throughout the Mid-Coast and Down-East area
every Monday night throughout the summer.
For more information about this talented group check out their web site
at http://www.flashinthepans.org/ and on YouTube at
Fort Point Lighthouse is located at the tip of Cape Jellison
at Fort Point State Park in Stockton Springs.
Bring a picnic, your family and friends, set out chairs or a blanket and
get ready for a unique and enjoyable evening.
Come early and explore our beautiful park. Check out the remains of the
Fort Pownal blockhouse, take a walk on the beach, or do a little fishing off
the spacious pier overlooking Sandy Point.
The Stockton Springs Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts will be selling
refreshments to raise funds for uniforms and camp. For more information contact Jeri Cole at
567-3356. The concert is hosted by the
Bureau of Parks and Lands.