Paul McFarland will be guest speaker, Heart 'n Soul barbershop quartet
The Lincolnville Community Library Winter Presentations and Concerts series continues Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m. with Paul McFarland as the guest speaker and Heart ‘n Soul in concert.
Born 70 years ago in Camden, McFarland graduated from Camden High School in 1962. He attended the University of Maine at Orono and graduated in 1966. He then taught high school math in Littleton, N.H., for 10 years before coming back to Maine to live in Lincolnville on Youngtown Road, where he does some deer hunting and occasionally writes a little verse.
Also on Feb. 15, Heart 'n Soul will perform. The group became an official quartet after singing together at their annual chorus yard sale in July 2011. They are all members of Maine-ly Harmony, a womens' barbershop chorus.
Anne Danforth (lead) retired from her job as legal assistant in 2015 after 38 years with the Department of Veterans Affairs at Togus. She is an avid gardener and scrap booker who lives in Chelsea with her husband, Rick. Cathy Anderson (tenor) is a Methodist minister and is currently the director of Pastoral Care Ministries for the Preachers' Aid Society of New England. She lives in Jefferson with her husband and two children. Jan Flowers (baritone) is a retired registered nurse, formerly employed with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. She lives in Winterport and sings in her church's Worship Team. Sue Staples (bass) works as a breakfast hostess with Hampton Inn and lives in Bangor with her husband, Bob.
Advance reserve tickets are $10.