UNION — Folksinger Bill Berlinghoff performs Oct.13 at 7 p.m. as part of the Vose or Virtual Wednesday Series.

Berlinghoff, a folk music entertainer for more than half a century, has performed in almost every state on the East Coast from Maine to Virginia and as far west as Colorado and Oregon. His full baritone, accompanied by guitar or banjo, covers a wide range of material, spanning traditional mountain music of Tennessee, popular folk songs of the ’60s, topical songs of quiet coffeehouses, rowdy singalongs and nostalgic ballads of Irish pubs, and more than two dozen original songs. His 340-song repertoire contains something for every age and taste.

Berlinghoff has been equally at home singing in the exclusive Asticou Inn of Northeast Harbor, Maine, a busy restaurant in Alexandria, Va., a lively Irish pub in West Haven, Conn., and a country saloon in Granby, Colo. Besides his restaurant and lounge appearances, he has done several hundred folk music shows for schools, children’s camps, rotary clubs, campgrounds, colleges, coffeehouses, folk festivals and libraries. His 1984 album, “A Time For Getting Wiser,” got regional and national airplay, and he has appeared on cable television in Connecticut and Maine. In 2017, he was an invited performer at the Third Annual UnampliFire Festival of World Wide Roots Music in London, England.

Vose Library’s patrons and friends are invited to this series at Vose Library, 392 Common Road, or via Zoom. Call (207) 785-4733, email librarian@voselibrary.org or stop by the library for Zoom registration link. In-person events are subject to transition to fully virtual should COVID-19 impact the ability to meet in person.