• THE ANNUAL TENT SHOW
    Mon, Aug 08
    Hotel Washington
    A variety show fundraiser full of surprises under a large tent at the Hotel Washington in support of the music program in the Island Schools.
  • SEAT OF THE PANTS BAND - OUTSIDE UNLESS RAIN OR COLD. THEN INSIDE
    Sat, Aug 13
    TPAC at 7:00 FREE WILL DONATION
    A Grand Reunion! Rock, Roll and Folk!!
  • THE SIX QUESTIONS OF SONGWRITING
    Multiple Dates
    Wed, Aug 17
    TPAC
    The Six Questions of Songwriting: A three-day workshop with three esteemed songwriters. There couldn’t be a better spot to write than Washington Island in the summer. It’s peaceful when you need it to be and sociable when you’re ready. THE REGISTRATION FEE GETS YOU INTO ALL 6 SESSIONS!
  • Author/ Journalist Dave Hoekstra
    Wed, Aug 17
    Doors Open at 6:30
    Join Dave, author-journalist previously with the Chicago Sun -Times and WGN radio, as he and Jon Sall, Editor/ Camera, present his latest documentary, “The Center of Nowhere”( The Spirit and Sounds of Springfield, Missouri ) which had its world premier at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
  • The Honey Goats
    Sat, Sep 03
    TPAC
    5 guys with a diverse range of music sharing tunes wrapped in an acoustic-roots style with carefully crafted songwriting, blinding solos, belting vocals, and infectious groove!
  • FOPPI and FORI SEAFARING SHOW
    Sat, Sep 10
    TPAC
    Songs Of The Wind And Water. A maritime show!
  • Eric Lewis and The Griffon String Quartet from Midsummer’s Music
    Sat, Sep 17
    TPAC
    Memphis- based multi-instrumentalist meets a string quartet and you get a mix of swing, bluegrass, folk, Celtic, blues enhanced with chamber music.
  • Sat, Oct 01
    TPAC at 7:30
    Local Island History Treasures!!
  • Stephen Bryant
    Sat, Oct 15
    Milton
    Grammy nominated bass-baritone who has performed with the New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony, Houston Symphony, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, and BBC Scottish Symphony, the San Francisco Opera, Netherlands Opera, and New York City Opera