Presenting concerts & school programs celebrating the Chesapeake Bay's natural history & cultural heritage through original songs, stories & poems.


Sing around the campfire

The programs take place around the new fire circle at Quiet Waters Park on Hillsmere Drive in Annapolis.  Admission to the park is $6 per car.




Parking is at the Sycamore Pavilion, and the program takes place across the road from the entrance to the Sycamore Pavilion parking lot. 

Kids and friendly dogs on leashes are welcome. The kids' leashes are optional.

Bring a lawn chair, bug spray and a flashlight.

Admission will be collected at the event. Visa and MC cards are accepted.

Proceeds benefit the Friends of Quiet Waters Park.

At the end of the program, please find your way to the park exit.

Contact Jefferson at 443-758-7797 or

The program may be cancelled at the last moment due to nasty weather. Notices will be posted on Facebook. 


Jefferson Holland is a modern-day Chesapeake Troubadour: singer, songwriter, poet, story-teller, performing all original material inspired by decades of life on the Bay.

His outdoors column on exploring local parks appears in the Sunday Annapolis Capital. 


Jeff has served as the director of the Annapolis Maritime Museum, as the Riverkeeper for the West and Rhode Rivers and a Research Associate at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center.


He co-founded the Chesapeake folk group “Crab Alley” in the 1980s and 90s, and founded “Them Eastport Oyster Boys” with partner Kevin Brooks in 1995.