The Sail, Power & Steam Museum at Sharp’s Point South will present a concert of songs from the logging camps of the Northern states and Canada, performed by Sarah Grey and Brian Miller. Saturday, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. Many of these songs migrated to the camps from Ireland.

Grey is an American singer, banjo player and song collector who is immersed in the music traditions on both sides of the Atlantic. Her passion is in maintaining and strengthening the links between Celtic and American culture.

Miller, born in Bemidji, Minn., is one of the most sought-after musicians in the North American Irish music scene. He has devoted much time to the research and revival of Irish-influenced music collected in the north woods regions of the United States and Canada.

Tickets are $12. Sharp’s Point South and the Sail, Power and Steam Museum are at 75 Mechanic St. For more information on the nonprofit museum and its programs, call 701-7627 or 596-0200; email; or visit

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