TURNER — Bates College a cappella groups will be featured at the next cabin fever concert at the Turner Center Universalist Church, Friday, March 20, at 7 p.m. The concerts are part of the Music for Mavis project. 
Rabbi Sruli Dresdner and his wife, Lisa, will bring their world-traveled Klezmer music for a toe-tapping performance on at the church on Friday, April 17. 
The final Cabin Fever concert, on May 9, will feature Kevin and Bryce Libby. 
The Music for Mavis summer gazebo series begins with the fundraiser for Project Graduation on May 26, with a Funk Boulevard and Marty Lang, local guitarist. 
A summer of diverse music will follow through the September 1 finale. 
Gazebo Concerts are scheduled for Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m., throughout the summer. Musicians are paid by pass the hat, but a $5 donation is suggested. Scheduled for the Gazebo series from May 26 to Sept 1 are as follow:
May 26, Leavitt Area High School graduation fundraiser with Funk Boulevard and Marty Lang.
June 2, Bob Lovelace, folk performer and showman
June 9, Dr. Becky, bluegrass
June16, Denny Breau, folk
June 23, Marty Lang, jazz
June 30, Merry Go Round Ups, cowgirl music
July 4, Roger and Pam, swing, jazz
July 7, Rabbi Sruli Dresdner and his wife, Lisa, Klezmer music
July 14, Mill Town Road Show,  fokl-rock
July 21, Bryce and Kevin Libby Family, show tunes and country
July 28, Mis Amiz, Gypsy jazz
Aug. 4, Students of Sound… “great music”
Aug. 11, Dave Rowe and Friends, folk
Aug. 18, Alden Clark and the Newlyweds, part of reunion jam
Aug. 25, T- Acadie with Pam Weeks
Sept.1,  Simons & Goodwin,  folk, ballads, blues

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