Simon de Voil & Aimee Ringle

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The community boat project, Lower Hadlock Road, Port Hadlock

This event will be the second concert on the theme of courage & facing ones fear played from the cockpit of the Felicity Ann.

Aimee and I are very much looking forward to playing onboard the Felicity Ann (the boat sailed by the first woman to singlehand the Atlantic). The workshop where the Felicity Ann lives is unheated so dress warm and perhaps bring a comfy chair too. Come and enjoy the stories, songs and celebration.

A large percentage of the proceeds will be given to two local charities that work with transgender youth:

The Felicity Ann &

LGBTQ+ Legislative Theatre Youth Project.

Tickets $15 on the door with no-one being turned away for lack of funds.

To get to the community boat project turn left as you go down the hill towards Ajax (if you get to the Ajax cafe you've gone too far). Take the dirt road on the left immediately after the apartment buildings. Drive up the hill, go through the gate and you'll see our huge colorful workshop.

Once again, dress warm because the workshop is a cold. Hot beverages and soup will be provided.