March 17, 2018 @ 1:30 pm – March 18, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

Hawk Henries is known for his soaring & mesmerizing flutes & stories.

Hawk Henries Returns!
Saturday & Sunday, March 17 & 18
Private & Semi-private Lessons Available both Saturday & Sunday
Evening Concert is Saturday, 7pm
Native American Flute Player, Creator, Musician, Artist, & Storyteller, Hawk Henries, is a member of the Chaubunagungamaug band of Nipmuck, a people indigenous to what is now Southern New England. He’s a professional Native Flute Composer, Player, Recording Artist, Flute Maker, & Weaver of Stories, sharing his remarkable gifts nationally & internationally.
We met he & his lovely wife, Lisa, in 1992, & they’re old friends of ours from Maine with whom we share a relationship of heart & spirit. We know you’ll love him, you already do! This will be the 3rd (or is it 4th?!) time we’ve hosted Hawk here, & he’s always well-received & followed.
Hawk serenades with his gift of music & stories, taking us on a journey while he plays a variety of native flutes & shares his perspectives about Life. His warm, thoughtful presence literally fills the room as he creates a calming yet engaging, contemplative space, still maintaining a note of humor. You may also hear the Didgeridoo & the Mbira! His music reflects his belief that we each have the capacity to make change in the world.
Private & Semi-Private Lessons (on didjeridoo, mbira, or native flute) will be available Saturday & Sunday at a private location (shared with you upon your pre-paid registration).
His intimate concert at The Rhythm Inlet at The Ukulele Place, is Saturday, 7pm. Refreshments will be served outdoors after the evening concert.
Flutes Hawk has made with his hands from his woodlands in DownEast Maine, will be available at the lessons location during the day, & at the evening concert.
All seats will fill (they always do!), for Private Lessons & Concert, so reserve early! 
Sorry, non-refundable. Call 941-966-5800.
Concert: $15 in advance; $20 day of.
Lessons: $50/hour.