Past performance at Hacker’s Hill Preserve in Casco. Contributed photo

Loon Echo Land Trust will host its annual sunset concert series this summer. Three performances by local musicians are scheduled to take place from 6 to 8 p.m. outdoors at LELT’s Hacker’s Hill Preserve on Quaker Hill Road in Casco and Bridgton Historical Society’s Narramissic Historic Farm at 5 Gibbs Ave. in South Bridgton beginning Wednesday, July 28.

Just Be-Cause will perform Wednesday, July 28, at Hacker’s Hill.

Local duo Christine and Moe Baillargeon of Just Be-Cause, along with special guest Davy Sturtevant will perform an array or originals and covers accompanied by guitar and mandolin.

Bruce Marshall  will take the stage Wednesday, Aug. 4, at Narramissic Historic Farm & Peabody-Fitch Woods.

Loon Echo Land Trust and Bridgton Historical society will host the nationally renowned musician. A tireless performer with great originals, an expressive, soulful voice and accompanying guitar style on acoustic and steel dobro.

A Darlin’ Corey concert is set for Friday, Aug. 11, at Hacker’s Hill Preserve.

Experience a delightful blend of vocal harmonies accompanied by fiddle, banjo, mandolin and guitars, a unique blend of bluegrass, old time, folk and original songs by duo Erica Brown & Matt Shipman of Darlin’ Corey.

Attendees should bring chairs, blankets, warm layers, and a picnic. There is a suggested donation of $10 for adults, which can be made via cash, check or Venmo at the event or online anytime. Tickets can be reserved online at loonecholandtrust.org/events, by emailing [email protected], or calling 207-647-4352.

Loon Echo Land Trust (LELT) is a donor supported, non-profit land trust working to protect the natural resources of the northern Sebago Lake region for future generations. Loon Echo conserves over 8,500 acres of land and manages 32 miles of hiking and biking trails in the towns of Bridgton, Casco, Denmark, Harrison, Naples, Raymond and Sebago. To support Loon Echo Land Trust and learn more about their lands, visit lelt.org or their Facebook page.

 

 

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