BETHLEHEM — The veteran Connecticut music group Sirius Coyote will headline the Bethlehem Land Trust’s Cinco de Mayo celebration on Wednesday, May 5, at the Bellamy-Ferriday Preserve in the center of town. Giovanni Ciarlo, Kathleen Sartor and Dennis Waring have joined forces as Sirius Coyote since 1986, recording together and performing in the U.S. and Mexico. Their shows feature original music and cover tunes, a wide range of traditional and contemporary world music with a Latin flavor and, often, an activist message.
The performers accompany themselves on a variety of musical instruments.
The performance will take place from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. near the barns on the 81-acre preserve.
Parking will be available at the meadow 100 yards north of the entrance to the Bellamy-Ferriday House on Main Street North (Route 61) just above the town green.
Those attending should follow the “BLT EVENT” signs and are invited to bring their own chairs and refreshments. Masks and physical distancing will be observed.
Information on the BLT’s scheduled concerts and other events may be found at www.bethlehemlandtrustct.org.
The not-for-profit Bethlehem Land Trust holds 24 properties totaling 359 acres in permanent preservation, 17 owned outright and seven in conservation easement.
On four of the properties, including the Bellamy-Ferriday Preserve, the Land Trust maintains walking trails for public use.