CAMDEN — The Camden Public Library hosts Down East Singers in the Camden Amphitheatre Sunday, Oct. 16, at 2 p.m. for a free community concert. The group performs with T-Acadie, a trio from Maine specializing in Acadian folk music. Band members Pam Weeks, Jim Joseph and Bill Olsen play a variety of music from French Canadian and New England traditions; Cajun waltzes and blues; two steps; and Zydeco tunes, plus a variety of songs in three-part harmony. The concert also includes a preview of the Down East Singers’ Noël Français concerts in December that will include French-Canadian carols and European French holiday repertoire.

Some chairs will be provided for the October concert, but concert-goers are also encouraged to bring camp chairs for comfortable seating. The rain date is Oct. 23.

Down East Singers, founded in 1979 by Marion Gray, is a musical organization specifically incorporated to create opportunities for participation and enrichment for community members to perform quality choral music under professional leadership, and to bring affordable live choral music performances to community audiences. This experience enables those with talent and musical interest to develop their musical potential, at the same time striving for excellence in musical performance. Learn more at

T-Acadie Folk Ensemble