Camden residents and siblings David Dodson and Anne Dodson are putting together a series of events during March at the Camden Public Library, beginning Thursday, March 2, with their 7 p.m. performance, with friends, in the monthly Library Coffeehouse.

The concert will be a combined performance of David Dodson and his band The Lowdown; and Anne Dodson and her “band,” Matt Szostak. Both have performed at past Camden Library Coffeehouses, to the great enjoyment of audiences. Admission at the door is $10.

The month’s “Dodson Fest” also includes an art exhibition in the Picker Room, which will be in place during the Library Coffeehouse. The show will feature work by the late Fred Dodson, Anne and David’s father, who painted watercolors, in addition to designing jewelry and pewterware. And the art show reception Saturday afternoon, March 4, also will mark the re-release of “Stony Brook RFD,” a book about life in rural Vermont in the 1940s and ‘50s written by the late Phyllis Dodson, Anne and David’s mother.

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