Jefferson Hamer, Maeve Gilchrist and Tashina Clarridge Were Just Magic!

Over 150 people attended the benefit concert for the Bulfinch Fund last Sunday (Oct. 2nd) and were very happy they did. The traditional music that this group played was sometimes folk,  sometimes Celtic and sometimes original but always always pure enjoyment.  As I scanned the crowd I swear people’s faces were just glowing.! The historic Bulfinch Church lived up to its reputation for fine acoustics – the sounds were sweet, soulful and solid. The musicians talented and funny.  It was truly a night of celebration for the preservation work that has been achieved to date as well as for all the Bulfinch Fund donors who made it all possible.   The concert was sponsored by several local companies: Avidia Bank, Clinton Savings Bank, Dunn & Co, Firewater & Wine, and Skinner Inc.

The Bulfinch Fund hopes to continue its work of preserving the National Historic Landmark and local icon – the Bulfinch Church.  If you’d like to help or you are interested in having some of our Bulfinch Bees Honey contact or visit our website

Our thanks to Jefferson, Maeve and Tashina for creating such an amazing event – and we hope you’ll be back!  Check our their website for more info on the group and learn where they will be playing next.

About The Bulfinch Fund

The Bulfinch Fund, Inc, is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation of “The Bulfinch Church” – The Fifth Meeting House, a designated National Historic Landmark standing in Lancaster, Massachusetts since 1816. The Fund’s objectives are to develop resources for the preservation and restoration of this building and to foster recognition of the significance of the 19th century American architect, Charles Bulfinch, through tours and other educational programs, events and publications. The Bulfinch Fund, Inc. is legally separate from any church-related assembly.
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