At The Port Dover Harbour Museum

A Concert of Great Traditional and Original Music with a Nautical Slant

Saturday, April 10, 7:30 PM

Tom Kastle has spent over two decades “on the road” and “on the water” as a singer, a tall ship sailor and captain, songwriter, and a teller of tales, both personal and those steeped in tradition. He has toured throughout the United States as well as Ireland, Scotland, Poland, the Netherlands, and New Zealand delighting audiences and producing 11 recordings plus a soundtrack for PBS (WTTW Chicago).

In addition to touring, Tom enjoys using song and story in nature and environmental programs and holds a degree in Human Ecology. He has worked with institutions and organizations such as the Inland Seas Education Association, Friends of the Chicago River, the John G. Shedd Aquarium, schools and libraries across the country, and the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater founded by Pete Seeger.

After taking most of a year off to captain a tall ship in South Haven, MI, Tom has relocated to Madison, WI.

This spring Tom is doing some touring in Ontario and we are lucky enough to have him for an evening at the museum.

Tickets are only $15.00 and are available at the museum or at the door
– 44 Harbour St.

Phone (519) 583-2660

Hope to see you there!

Ian Bell
Curator / Director
Port Dover Harbour Museum