“Hot Water” Sailors’ Songs of Warm Seas & Warmer Ports

Looking forward to warmer days? While you’re waiting, you can warm your imagination, and your spirits, with a few great old sailors’ songs of tropical seas and palm shrouded coasts. The trip is all expenses paid, with free admission to the Pembroke Library’s January 25th Chantey Sing, “HOT WATER.” Our cruise guides, “From Away Downeast,” America’s Easternmost Chantey Group, will transported you through song to the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, the South Seas, and many other exotic places to warm the heart on a cold winter’s evening. You’ll “Roll the Woodpile Down” on a river log drive – in Florida! You’ll be “Running Down to Cuba,” where the girls “dance fandango.” And you’ll never forget “The Little Mohee” or that “Johnny’s Gone to Hilo.” So, as the old orange juice ad used to say, “Come on Down” and join in the singing and the fun. You might even want to get up and dance the “Hula, Hula, Hula Hi.”

     The January 25th Chantey Sing starts at 7:00 PM. Admission & Refreshments are Free. Donations are appreciated. The fully handicap accessible Pembroke Library is located at 221 Old County Road, Pembroke, across from the horse track and fair grounds. FMI: call 207-726-4747 or email seasonghistory@gmail.com.