The Burnurwurbskek Singers: Cultural Connections in the Park

Fee: Free.

Location:

Cadillac Mountain Summit, Acadia National Park (Rain Location: Abbe Museum, downtown Bar Harbor)

Dates & Times

Date:

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Time:

11:00 AM

Duration:

2 hours

Type of Event

Cultural/Craft Demonstration
Partner Program
Performance

Description

Kick-off the 2018 Cultural Connections in the Park program series with the Burnurwurbskek Singers, a men’s drum group from the Penobscot Nation at Indian Island, Maine. This group has been performing traditional Wabanaki songs for audiences across Maine and other states for many years. This performance on top of Wapuwoc, or the “white mountain of the first light,” is a cultural demonstration that will captivate audience members of all ages.

All Cultural Connections in the Park programs are sponsored by Dawnland, LLC, are offered in partnership with Acadia National Park, and are free and open to the public. The Cultural Connections in the Park series occurs every Wednesday from late June through September.

Reservation or Registration: No