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WHERE: Cumston Hall, Main Street, Monmouth
WHEN: Saturday, June 6
TICKETS: $16 in advance, $18 at the door

MONMOUTH – The United Church of Monmouth will present popular folk duo Schooner Fare in the second annual benefit concert at Cumston Hall at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 6.
From New York City’s Lincoln Center and Broadway’s Town Hall to the center of town in Lincoln, Maine; from Washington, D.C.’s Wolf Trap Center for the Performing Arts to Boston’s Symphony Hall with The Boston Pops Orchestra, Schooner Fare has performed lively concerts for people of all ages.
Schooner Fare brothers Chuck and Steve Romanoff sing such signature songs as “Portland Town,” “Day of the Clipper” and “We the People,” with high spirits and their unique brand of Down East humor.
Over its 35 years of entertaining audiences, Schooner Fare has won critical praise for its captivating harmonies and winning stage presence. Besides 14 albums, numerous original songs on both contemporary and traditional themes, the musicians have also written and performed topical songs, country ballads and maritime masterpieces that have made their name synonymous with the Down East style.
General admission tickets are $16 in advance, $18 at the door. They may be purchased at the Cumston Public Library, Main Street (call 933-4788 for hours), the Annabessacook Veterinary Clinic, Route 135 (call 933-2165 for hours) or by sending a check or money order for $16 per ticket and a self-addressed stamped envelope to Schooner Fare tickets, PO Box 444, Monmouth ME 04259.
A drawing will be held for a complete set of Schooner Fare CDs. For more information, call 441-3172.

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