I had so much fun broadcasting from the Abbe Museum's 2nd Indian Market Saturday, May 18th. If you missed it, the artists and performers will be back again on Sunday, May 19th on the Village Green in Bar Harbor from 10AM-4PM.

At 10AM there will be Drums and Dancing by Rez Dogs

11AM - Nettukkusquk Singers

Nettukkusqk Singers Photo Chris Popper

The Nettukkusqk Singers are an intertribal group of southern New England women performing traditional and contemporary songs accompanied by hand drums, rattle and water drum. In the native dialect of Agonquin, "nettukkusqk" means my sister. The groups sings songs in Englist and several dialects of southern New England Agonkian

!PM - Storytelling by Geo Neptune

Geo Neptune Photo Chris Popper

Neptune, a Passamaquoddy citizen of the Motahmikmuk is a former Abbe staff member and Bar Harbor resident. Geo is a national award winning artist and a weaver who uses his art for to channel the stories of his people's life. Neptune was chosen by his fellow artists to receive the Artist's Choice Award on Friday night

2PM - Flute by Hawk Henries

Hawk Henries - Photo Chris Popper

Local artist Hawk Henries has been creating flutes using only hand tools for more than 25 years. As a musical artist he serenades with his gift of music and stories, playing a variety of flutes and sharing his perspectives about life.

3PM - Guitar and Singing by JJ Otero

JJ Otero - Photo Chris Popper

Otero a Navajo and Hopi is the lead vocalist and guitarist for the band "Son of Hweedi" whose music is a rich blend of rock, soul, blues and a touch of world beat.