St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, 95 Court St., will present “Maggie’s Revue,” an evening of song and poetry from the 1900s to 2015,  Saturday, June 20, at 7 p.m. The show is a celebration of 100 years of music and poetry, in honor of the church's centennial observations all year long.

Going from decade to decade, starting in the 1900s and ending in 2015, there will something for everyone, from Scott Joplin to Leonard Cohen; musical numbers to Mary Oliver; instrumentals to choir pieces; and ballads to poems. There also will be ice cream on the lawn afterwards.

The revue features church members Juliet Baker, Diane Brookes Brown, Kristen Burkholder, Peter Clain, Charlotte Herbold, the Rev. John Ineson, Linn Johnson, Paige Taylor, Baird Whitlock and the St. Margaret's Choir, directed by John Cuozzo. Donations at the door will benefit the Restorative Justice Project as part of the church's outreach mission.

St. Margaret’s Church owes its existence to the perseverance and inspired leadership of Maud Gammans (1866-1928) and a small group of friends, both local and “from away,” who undertook the task of bringing an Episcopal church to Belfast. In the last one hundred years, St. Margaret’s has evolved from a dream into a year-round community of worshipers and a vital contributor to the greater Belfast community.

For more information, visit the “Maggie’s Revue” Facebook page or visit For more information about the Restorative Justice Project, visit

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or