POLAND – George Worthley, a gifted singer and composer, will bring the songs of the kilt, the heather and the brave Scottish regiments to All Souls Chapel on Monday, Aug. 16.

Accompanied by his Martin guitar and bagpipes, Worthley takes his upbeat show to cities and towns across the United States and United Kingdom, entertaining audiences with his mix of Scottish classics and New England based originals.

Appearing with him is Carol Clark, who can easily switch from penny whistles to highland bagpipes, mandolin or vocals. She is a veteran of Celtic bands in the Northeastern United States and, for the past 10 years, has been touring with Worthley, her husband.

They’ll be performing as part of the Poland Spring Preservation Society’s Summer Concert Series. All concerts are open to the public and are in the All Souls Chapel in Poland Spring. An added feature this year is a series of weekly raffles to support the restoration of the chapel’s Skinner organ.

Showtime is 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30, and Preservation Society member seating is at 6:25.

Admission is $5 and goes to support the work of the Preservation Society.

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