Why Turtle Island Tales? We are people of the land surrounded by water, like the native American story. What affects you affects me.
photo by Econosmith
Calendar February 2016
Help us keep part of Pete and Toshi Seeger's legacy, the Ferry Sloop Woody Guthrie alive for generations to come. This is an amazing project, volunteers taking people out on the river for free, 5 nights a week. Contribute to the sloop Woody Guthrie Restoration. http://www.wheresthewoody.org/where/
Included are some fun things to do which are not music or where we are not the music feature. Come hang with us or come hear us. We can be heard on WBMGR internet radio promoting independent original music.
2016 Saturdays 1-6 at Rudy's Pub is Pickers in the Round. We drop in when we can. Come by to sit in or listen. 9 N J St, Lake Worth, FL 33460.
February Thursday February 11 7:30 - 11 Singer Songwriter's Evening hosted by Steve Minotti. Tim Finnegans Irish Pub, 2885 S Federal Hwy, Delray Beach, FL 33483. An opening set by Steve, a half hour feature followed by an open mic. We'll be heading over for the open mic with Rik Palieri.
Monday February 15 6:30 - 9:30 Rik Palieri in Bill Hartmann's Musician's Showcase. The Living Room, 1709 N Congress Ave (in the Gateway Plaza), Boyton Beach. Half hour sets from various acts throughout the night.
Friday - Sunday February 19 - 21 A Taste of Lake Worth (Friday eve) and Street Painting Festival (set up Friday eve, Sat and Sunday 10am) downtown Lake Worth. Our usual music venue is closed leaving us free to enjoy the weekend from other perspectives this year. Friday night we'll be selling Taste of Lake Worth T-shirts in the check in tent at the corner of North K and Lake Ave. Advance tickets: Taste of Lake Worth. Street Painting Festival is FREE. Leave time to find parking or take the free shuttle from the Tri Rail Station into town.
Sunday February 21 5pm Broward Folk Club monthly Song Swap/Pot Luck for musicians or for those who enjoy listening to the music. Originals or covers in round-robin fashion. Hosted this month by Lisa Lipman at Summit Towers, 1201 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, FL. Parking limited, Carpool recommended. To get on the list contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday February 22 6:30 - 9:30 Mel and Vinnie in Bill Hartmann's Musician's Showcase. The Living Room, 1709 N Congress Ave (in the Gateway Plaza), Boyton Beach. Half hour sets from different acts throughout the night. We like to go on early around 7pm.
Saturday February 27 10am Historic bike tour of Jewell, Lake Worth's forgotten first settlement 1885 - 1910, a lost community of everglades pioneers founded in 1885 by Samuel and Fannie James, an African American couple, believed to be former slaves. A guided bike ride led by author Ted Brownstein. Meet in the parking lot behind the First Presbyterian church on North M Street. The ride is approximately 90 minutes. Bring a brown bag lunch and stay for beverages (free) served in the church dining room after the bike tour. Q&A, fellowship and fun. Pioneers of Jewell.
Friday - Sunday March 11 - 13 27th AnnualWill McLean Music Festival Sertoma Youth Ranch 85 Meyers Rd, Brooksville, FL 34602. We are hosting the third "Sing Out for Pete" workshop.