A “Music for Mavis” concert last year.

“Music for Mavis” Tuesdays at the Gazebo will return starting May 25at the Turner Public Library on Matthew’s Way.

The Gazebo Committee extends warm greetings to its music lovers, and invites you to join us in the upcoming Gazebo season.

The schedule (subject to change):

May 25, Mary Murphy, blues, jazz;

June 1, Jodi and the Gang, Americana;

June 8, Patrick Libby; R&R/blue grass;

June 15, Bald Hill Band; Ben D. fun;

June 22, Marty Lang and Pip; Jazz;

June 29, Hurry Down Sunshine — Stan & Brian, folk;

July 4, Possibly Pat Colwell and Friends;

July 6, Blue Fuze Gypsy Jazz;

July 13, Grown Ups; F. Coffin & Melinda LaLiberty;

July 20, Maggie and Robbie Coffrin;

July 27, Mill Town Road Show, country;

Aug. 3, Tim Winchester, folk;

Aug. 10, Duo Jazz;

Aug. 17, Denny Breau;

Aug. 24, Christine and Friends R & R;

Aug. 31, Jerks of Grass bluegrass;

Sept. 7, Pam Weeks, Acadian;

Sept. 14, Ruth Hill, folk; and

Sept, 21, Hot Damn; Deb and Norm Pelletier, Americana.

Tuesday Gazebo hours will remain 6:30 to 8 p.m. in August and 6-7:30 p.m. in September. Please sit with those you rode in with (or your pod) otherwise, establish and maintain at least a 6-foot distance to others.

Masks are encouraged for entering and leaving the space, and when donating, if you feel vulnerable or compromised please wear a mask full-time. No one may approach the band or Gazebo.

A donation announcement will encourage sharing, organizers usually pass the hat and there will be a big milk can for donations as attendees approach or leave the music field, near the parking lot. Donations will be used for future programing. It will be how the band is acknowledged, and lets us know you want music. This is our only source of revenue, plus donations from some businesses.

Please stay home and take care if you don’t feel well, or have possibly been exposed to the virus.

A rain venue is not available, so performers will probably carry on in the mist; bring your umbrella.

Music for Mavis is a non-profit organization designed to bring music and the arts to the rural communities. To learn more about our history, past and upcoming events, find us soon on Facebook at “Music for Mavis,” call 207-754-0954 or visit turnerpubliclibrary.org.

Bring a chair, a blanket, an umbrella, and a friend.

A “Music for Mavis” concert last year.

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