Concert Tonight at 6:00! Juneteenth Film; Chalk; School with Masks? More; Song: Old Fat Boat

CONTENTS 6/18/2020
Elizabeth Park First Concert! Free Harmony
Juneteenth: Film
Chalk Talk
Chalk Sign-Up
School With Masks?
Choir Of The Salish Sea
Radio Free Fl!p: Old Fat Boat


Sponsored by The Eldridge Society and presided over by the inimitable Marla Bronstein!

The concerts are a mix of Live and pre-recorded performances and will be live-streamed on the Elizabeth Park Summer Concert Series Facebook page. You won’t need to have Facebook to watch it there. If you do have a Facebook account, think about hosting your own “watch party.”

Or, you can listen to the livestream broadcast on KMRE-FM 102.3, every Thursday 6 – 8 PM from June 18 until August 20.

Tonight’s band:


Thursday, June 18,  6:00 – 8:00 PM Free

Classic folk-rock harmonies: Chuck Dingée and Sharon Mayson’s beautiful vocals are what make Free Harmony unique and a treat to listen to. They formed the duo in 2017 and have been busy entertaining people in the Northwest ever since.

A founding member of Bellingham’s popular classic rock band The Walrus, Chuck has been singing and playing in the area for over 40 years.  He has an eclectic repertoire of hundreds of songs from Gershwin to Beatles to Pink Floyd.

Having sung all her life, Sharon has an incredibly smooth voice and performs in local Northwest bands High Spirits and Pacific Twang.

Together they play an entertaining mix of songs ranging from the 60s to present, by artists like Simon & Garfunkel, The Beatles, Emmylou Harris, John Denver, Indigo Girls, The Police, Pink Floyd, Eagles, Bonnie Raitt, and many others. In March 2019, Free Harmony was opening act for the band America at the Tulalip and Legends Casinos in Washington state


Children Of The Civil Rights Film

You may access the film for free online from Friday, June 19 through Sunday, June 22 by clicking this link and inserting the password:  civil1958  


Here’s today’s installment, with Columbia Elementary Principal Aaron Darraugh. Each Chalk Talk is about 2 minutes long. Many thanks to Marla Bronstein for creating these!


We already have 26 households signed up. If you requested chalk, I’ll be contacting you by email to figure a time for you to come pick it up. The bright colored chalk should be in by the end of next week. The pastel children’s chalk is here and waiting for you right now. I’ve still got a few sets shaped like ice cream cones.

Sign up at


Please don’t snap Billy’s mask in his face.
Your mask is not a necklace, bracelet, or any other form of jewelry.
You should not be using your mask as a slingshot. Please put it back on your face.
Please do not chew on your mask.
Your mask should be on your face, not on the back of your head
I’m sorry your mask is wet, but that’s what happens when you lick the inside of it.
I’m sorry you sneezed. Here’s a tissue. Wipe out the snot as well as you can.


Go to this link and scroll down to the June 13 video, then click on the video.


Gordon Bok – I grew up in a family that sailed. We had a little wooden boat that we took out on the lake on summer weekends and sometimes even in the evenings at high summer. My brother and sister both grew up to build boats and sew sails. I never learned to sail, but I learned to love sailboats…

Love/Fl!p 360-671-4511

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