Related Events 2018: Concerts, Classes, Lectures, Bay Area Living History

On Saturday, March 10, the park celebrates Women’s History Month and Irish American Heritage Month. Included in the day’s programming will be two music programs aboard the ferry EUREKA, in the auto deck where the chantey sings are held. Your ship admission fees are good for all shipboard programs and are good for 7 days from date of purchase. No reservations needed. Wheelchair accessible. For descriptions of all this special day’s programming, please see the park’s website: http:///www.nps.gov/safr/

Women and the Sea: A Singers Circle

Saturday, March 10, 1:00-2:00, aboard EUREKA. Ship admission fees: Adults, $10. Ages 15 and under (accompanied by an adult), free. Free with national park passes and for active military with current military I.D. No reservations needed.

A participatory program of songs about the various roles of women in maritime history and lore. Bring songs to share and be prepared to be called on to lead songs as we go around the circle.

Fiddle Music of Ireland

Saturday, March 10, 2:00-3:00, aboard EUREKA. Ship admission fees apply (see above).

A program of traditional Irish music performed by Park Ranger Peter Kasin (fiddle and vocals) and guest volunteer musicians Autumn Rhodes (concertina flute, and vocals) and Susan Walsh (bodhran, mandolin and vocals).

Tuesday March 13th
12-1pm- Bring your lunch! FREE
San Francisco Maritime Research Center

Sea Fever: BALCLUTHA and the Sunset of the Age of Sail
Come join Ranger Erin Conner as she tells the tale of the role women played in the life of the Balclutha and other ships in the waning days of sail. Hear about Rose Kissinger, often neglected from the early history the Balclutha, Joan Lowell, a silent film star who fabricated a memoir about her time at sea- yet still managed to snow some old timers on the Balclutha, Elisabeth Jacobsen, a typist for Alan Villiers, who ended up falling in love with the sea and sailing as an apprentice and Annette Brock Davis, whose intention was to get a mate’s ticket and have a commercial maritime career–and she almost managed it, until her marriage was revealed.

Chantey Sing Saturday March 3: Come and join in the fun, bring your own sea songs or come to learn a few and join in the choruses.

On board the ferryboat Eureka, first Saturdays of every month 8:00-midnight, rain or shine, for over 25 years now.

Free, but reservations required. Call 415-561-7171 for information.

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Published on March 2, 2012 at 4:02 pm  Comments Off on Related Events 2018: Concerts, Classes, Lectures, Bay Area Living History  
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