Cushing Historical Society’s summer music series continues Saturday, July 2, at 4 p.m. in its barn on Hathorne Point Road, behind the Meeting House. The Alice Limoges Trio will play original songs by Limoges, who grew up on the Midcoast and recorded her first album while a student at Camden-Hills Regional High School.

Singer/songwriter Limoges, now out of college, has been performing extensively across New York City and the Northeast, including festivals, colleges and legendary venues such as the Rockwood Music Hall, PIANOS and The Bowery Electric in New York; Club Passim in Boston; and and Cafe Nine in New Haven, Conn. Her current album, “As Close As You Can Be Without Touching,” features a 14-piece ensemble.

Limoges changes her lineups, searching for new timbres that shift with her musical growth. From a childhood of solo-guitar performance, she has taken part in Renaissance choirs, jazz combos and various rock bands. She has a working knowledge of a multitude of instruments and styles including piano, guitar, banjo and drums. Her current band includes jazz rhythm sections and horns, chamber instruments arranged by her collaborator, Zach Jackson, and an opera singer whose warm and gentle voice intertwines subtly with Limoges.

The concert is free and open to all. The CHS hopes to have a good turnout and that attendees will be in a generous mood to contribute to defray the considerable cost involved in the recent restoration of the Cushing Historical Society’s piano.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or