Restoring The Clearwater directed by Jon Bowermaster (An Oceans 8 Film) / Edna E. Lockwood: Bottoms Up! directed by Sandy Cannon-Brown
Restoring The Clearwater
The sloop Clearwater was built to save New York’s Hudson River. Fifty years later, a community rallies to save her. Built under the visionary leadership of musician/activist Pete Seeger, the Clearwater continues to fulfill the original mission he envisioned to help educate and share the plight of our local Hudson River environment as it luffs its sails and roams America’s “First River.”
Edna E. Lockwood: Bottoms Up! (SNEAK PREVIEW)
Edna E. Lockwood, a registered National Historic Landmark, takes her place as the queen of the fleet of historic boats at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum during OysterFest October 27, 2018. After a three-year replacement of her log hull, the 1889 bugeye will share the history, culture and traditions of watermen and their boats on the Chesapeake Bay. This film follows the work of the shipwrights as they meticulously restore Edna to her historic glory.
After the film, the audience will be invited to visit Edna for further discussion, followed by a reception with mini crab cakes & wine.