On Sunday, May 26, at 7:30 p.m., the Sail, Power and Steam Museum will present a special Memorial Day weekend concert by Gabriel Donohue joined by Marian Makins and Seamus Connolly. This concert promises a wide range of music in the Irish tradition with a trio of talented stars. Tickets are $20 in advance or at the door; call early for the best seats.

Donohue is an Irish born multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter based in Philadelphia. He performs mostly on guitar and piano but also plays many more instruments from bouzouki/mandolin to Irish and exotic percussion as well as vocals. He has played all over the world including Carnegie Hall and collaborated with a long list of musicians.

Makins partners with Donohue for many of his concerts and is a singer of Irish and Scottish music as well as playing the bodhran. Connolly is one of the world’s most respected master Irish traditional musicians and teachers. A native of Killaloe, County Clare, he now resides in Maine. He won the Irish National Fiddle Championship 10 times, a feat unequalled by any other musician.

Sharp’s Point South and the Sail, Power and Steam Museum are at 75 Mechanic St. For more information on the Sail, Power and Steam Museum and its programs, call 701-7627 or 596-0200; email sailpowersteammuseum@gmail.com; or visit the website at sharpspointsouth.com and go to "happenings."