2016 TAW Instructors & Workshops

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2016 Schedule

Schedules are tentative and subject to change

WORKSHOPS
Saturday Link | Sunday Link

EVENINGS

Can’t make it during the day?  Evenings are just $5 per night, or on Friday purchase all 3 evening passes (Fri, Sat & Sun) for just $10!

FridaySaturdaySunday

Main Stage
7:30-8:15         Drive South Concert
8:45-10:30       Round Dance with Frogwater (Waltzes, Schottishes, Polkas & More)

Dance Pavilion
7:30-9:30
       Squares with The Rhythm Billies ~ Pop Wagner calling
7:30-8:15           Family Friendly, all ages & levels of experience welcome
8:15-9:30           Square Dancing, no instruction

10:00-12:00   Contra Dance with Maivish ~ Ron Buchanan calling

Main Stage
7:00-8:00         Dance Performance/Concert with Good Foot Dance Company and Maivish
8:30-9:00         Ruby & The Retros Concert
9:30-11:30       Contra Dance with Frogwater ~ Ron Buchanan calling

Dance Pavilion
8:00-9:30         Honky Tonk Dance with The Wilenes
10:00-12:00     Swing Dance with Jive At Five

Main Stage
7:00-7:15         Cranky Show by Sam Bartlett & TAW Kids
7:20-8:00        Dance Showcase with Dance Instructors & Students – Blue Water Ramblers MC & Music
8:30-10:30      Squares & Reels with Blue Water Ramblers

Dance Pavilion
6:45-8:15 
        Squares with New Riverside Ramblers ~ Pop Wagner calling
6:45-7:30           Family Friendly, all ages & levels of experience welcome
7:30-8:15           Square Dancing, no instruction
8:30-9:45        Advanced Contra Dance with The Rhythm Billies ~ Ron Buchanan calling
10:15-12:00     Cajun Dance with New Riverside Ramblers

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Order Tickets Online

or call 989-967-8879

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Bands & Performers

FrogwaterGood Foot and MaivishNew Riverside RamblersRhythm BilliesBlue Water RamblersThe Wilenes & Drive SouthJive at FivePop WagnerRuby and the Retros

Frogwater

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frogwater.us | facebook.com/frogwatermusic

Frogwater is the acoustic musical pairing of John & Susan Nicholson. Renowned for their virtuosity and exuberant live performances, they like to think of themselves as musical ambassadors. Their repertoire spans from Celtic to Delta blues, from classical to pop with a healthy dose of unique original material filling out the mix.

For the past several years Frogwater has performed regularly at the Milwaukee Irish Fest, Bastille Days & other area festivals. They have received honors as best band in the Bluegrass & Country categories in the WAMI (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) awards.

In recent years they have also been featured in Lancaster WI “Music on the Square” The Gay Mills Folk Festival, The Bayfield Folk Fest, The Wheatland Traditional Arts and even a performance in England!

Good Foot Dance Co.

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Good Foot Dance Company explores the complex cultural twinings of the root-system of American vernacular dance, from Appalachian flatfooting, to tap, to contemporary urban dance. By mixing and remixing traditional dance and music and bringing a critical and historical inquiry to the shared history of American dance cultures, they raise questions about connectivity, continuity, and social responsibility.

Maivish

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Maivish explores the landscape of time-honored melodies and songs and comes home along  new pathways, making music with vibrant energy and delight.  Gathering traditions from the British Isles, Ireland and America with a mix of original compositions, their performance is infused with lush vocal harmonies, inspired interplay and captivating spirit.  At its core, the group is a collaboration between American fiddler Jaige Trudel and British born guitarish Adam Broome who have been performing together as a duo for over a decade.  Joining them is Matthew Olwell on flutes, bodhran and percussive dance.  Maivish will provide the music for Good Foot’s dance workshops.

New Riverside Ramblers

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The New Riverside Ramblers band brings high-energy Cajun dance music from the prairies and bayous of south Louisiana up the Mississippi River to the Minneapolis – St. Paul, Minnesota area. The band’s compelling version of Cajun French music blends many influences from different south Louisiana communities, and includes two-steps, waltzes and blues. The members of the band have been immersed in Cajun music for many years. They have studied and performed with Cajun music greats such as Dewey Balfa, Tracy Schwarz, Steve Riley, Marc & Ann Savoy, DL Menard, Eddie LeJeune, Calvin Carriere, Lionel Leleux, and others.

The New Riverside Ramblers have been playing together for over 25 years for dances, festivals, parties, and other special events. Although the band usually performs as a 5-piece with bass and percussion, they also perform as an acoustic trio with Cajun accordion, fiddle, rhythm guitar, and French vocals.

Rhythm Billies

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Michigan’s Premiere Old Time Band!

Blue Water Ramblers

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bluewaterramblers.com | facebook.com/Blue-Water-Ramblers

The Blue Water Ramblers are lead singers who take turns harmonizing with each other to create the Blue Water Rambler tapestry of sound. Banjo-Jim Foerch sings of the sailors, farmers, lumberjacks, politicians and workers. Bear Berends croons the love songs and delivers protest songs old and new.

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facebook.com/thewilenes | drivesouthmusic.com

The Wilenes

If you’re looking for ‘real’ country music: vintage tunes and originals that sound like 50’s country radio hits, you’ll love The Wilenes. The members of this band have played country music all over the world, from The Grand Ole Opry, to Europe’s biggest country music festivals, to Canada’s major folk festivals, to Rockefellar Center and the White House. L.A. to Boston, Iowa to North Carolina, north to south, at home and abroad. As Hank Snow would say “I been everywhere man…” The Wilenes will take you back to the days when country music was a pocketful of heartfelt ballads and music that made you want to dance. From the traditions of Patsy Cline to Johnny Cash to Hank Williams, from the honky-tonks to the dance halls to the front porches, this band will take you down memory lane or perhaps introduce you to some of the greatest American music ever played. Added to the traditional country material are original songs penned by band member Roger Brown.
• Mary Sue Wilkinson will melt the coldest cold, cold heart with her stunning renditions of the Patsy Cline songbook.
• Brian Nolf has the smooth vocal style and emotion of Jim Reeves and the energy of Buck Owens.
• Roger Brown can write and sing a song like Haggard and and pick a guitar like Merle Travis.
• Roger Tarczon is the most in demand and tasteful drummer around, offering a musicality seldom found in the rhythm section of a band.
With The Wilenes you have the opportunity to hire a band that includes a Grammy nominated singer and bass player straight out of Nashville and Marty Stuart’s band; a singer/songwriter that played with Gerry Rafferty, toured with Freddy Fender and wrote music for Ringo Starr; and a drummer that played with David Crosby and more in L.A. Add to that all star line-up one of the best female vocalists in the Midwest.

Drive South

Drive South… You won’t regret it!

What do Freddy Fender, Ringo Starr, Gerry Rafferty and Drive South have in common? Roger Brown – a visionary songwriter whose versatility lends itself to this duo’s creative take on Americana music. Mary Sue Wilkinson is a perfect complement to Roger, with a voice as pure as a Michigan stream and as warm as a southern night. These are two seasoned musicians known most recently as the core of country band The Wilenes (formerly Sister Wilene). Vocal duets featuring tight harmony singing are the perfect match for Brown’s accomplished finger style guitar work and Mary Sue’s rock solid rhythm guitar playing. And as one recent presenter said “You two are fun!”

Jive at Five

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From swingin’ harmony vocals to smokin’ hot jump blues to silky smooth ballads, Jive At Five has an ear in the past and an eye on today’s swing and jazz scene. Inspired by the small combo traditions of Nat King Cole, the Mills Brothers, Louis Jordan, Count Basie, and other legends of swing and jazz, this Michigan based group will have you swingin’ from the first note. Add a healthy sense of humor to a diverse repertoire of swing dance tunes, jazz and blues and you have a recipe for a good time! Jive At Five came together as group in 1992. Founding members are Tom T. Ball on upright bass, David Raffenaud on piano and organ, Mark Schrock on electric guitar and vocals, and Frank Youngman on trumpet, archtop acoustic guitar and vocals. In the spring of 2000, tenor sax veteran Gene Harris joined the group, followed shortly thereafter by Dan Giacobassi playing saxophone and flute. Drummer Dave Zerbe rounds out the current line up. While staying true to their swing and jazz musical mission, Jive at Five is known to be versatile and adaptable. Often credited with “bringing the event alive”, Jive at Five has performed at hundreds of concerts, dances, receptions, clubs, parties and festivals over the years. In addition Jive at Five offers several programs for schools featuring assembly performance, instrumental workshops and exciting swing dance workshops for students and staff. Programs can be designed for all age groups and for audiences small or large.

Pop Wagner

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Since 1971 Pop Wagner has produced some of the most spirited traditional music around.

Pop Wagner, master finger picking guitarist, fiddler and singer, square dance caller, purveyor of rope tricks and dry humor, lives in St. Paul. 

He has entertained audiences from the San Diego Folk Festival to the Five Colleges Folk Festival in Massachusetts, up to Winnipeg, Canada and across the sea for four tours together in Europe. 

A Wagner performances typically includes a generous dose of authentic cowboy songs, plenty of square dance tunes and other instrumental numbers, comic and sentimental songs of the south, and perhaps an original or two. He is also likely to throw in a cowboy poem and some lariat spinning, along with history, folklore and jokelore.

Ruby and the Retros

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Ruby and the Retros is a northern Michigan band that individually has played around Michigan and other parts of the country for more years than we want to admit. We have played in too many northern Michigan bands to mention.

The band consists of:
RUBY JOHN: Ruby is by far the youngest member of the band but already has an impressive resume and following as one of the hottest fiddlers in Michigan. Ruby plays a wide variety of vintage country genres including a Native American/French Canadian/Celtic/Irish style of fiddle called Metis. Ruby is Native American and one of a very few from the U.S. who can play that style. In the Retros, Ruby plays fiddle and sings lead and harmony vocals.
JOHN WARSTLER: John has played as a solo act and as a band member in about a bazillion old time country bands around northern Michigan. John may be best known for his highly acclaimed finger-style guitar recordings. In the Retros, John plays rhythm guitar, clawhmandolin, and sings lead and harmony vocals.
ANN WHITFORD: Ann has fronted many bands over the years as a lead vocalist and backed these bands up as the upright bass player. She and Eldon play their way across the country each winter as “The Whitfords”,  settling down to play in West Texas at Lajitas. In the Retros,  Ann plays hound-dog bass and sings lead vocals and harmonies.
ELDON WHITFORD: Another old guy who has played in more Michigan bands than you can shake a stick at. In the Retros, he plays lead guitar, mandolin, Dobro, and sings lead and harmony vocals.
The Retros play old time American Roots music.  This music was in the 1930s, 40s, 50s, and 60s on the radio from such places as the Grand Ole Opry, Renfro Valley, WLS, WCKY, or XET from the Rio Grande.  That was back before country genres had names to polarize their listeners. The Retros & Ruby John play the old styles that are now referred to as Old Time or Mountain Music, Celtic/Irish or fiddle tunes, honky tonk or classic country, bluegrass and western swing.ammer banjo,

INSTRUCTORS

ArtDanceVocal/InstrumentMisc.Kids

ART:

Leslie Anderson – Quilling

Kathy Berlincourt – Twining/Weaving

Ben Birney – Glass Demo

Sue Clements – Leather Wallet

Missy Cooke (IMAGE Nation Hoop Revival) – Hoola Hoop Making

Deb Emerick – Glass on Glass Mosaic

Budd Greenman & Andy Kirby – Cigar Box Ukulele

Theresa Hummel – Tatting; Paper Bead Making w/Jo Mclachlan

Red & Marcia LeClear – Build a Step-A-Tune

Maggie McDevitt-Irwin – Hula Hooping Demo & Instruction

Jo McLachlan – Paper Bead Making w/Theresa Hummel; Stepping Stones w/Jim McLachlan

Jim McLachlan – Stepping Stones w/Jo McLachlan

Drew Nelson – Spoon Carving

Pop Wagner – Macrame Mohair Guitar Strap

Liz Wing – Water Color Painting; Batik Dyes & Wax

DANCE:

Good Foot Dance Company – Quebecois Steps from Benoit Bourque; Waltz: Intro to Partner Dance Skills; Body Rhythms; American Vernacular Dance Remix; Jazz Era Dance Party

Ira Bernstein – Flatfooting; Intersection: Exploring the Relationship between Flatfooting & Rhythm Tap w/Abby Ladin

Ron Buchanan – Moves and More Moves; Pretzels & Dips; Calling Workshop

Susan Filipiak – Percussive Dance Improvisation; Tap I; Tap II

Jan Fowler & The Rhythm Billies – Basic Beginning Square Dance; Family Dance

Abby Ladin – Clogging I; Waltz Clog; Intersection: Exploring the Relationship between Flatfooting & Rhythm Tap w/Ira Bernstein

New Riverside Ramblers – Cajun Family Dance

Mark Stoltz –  Beginning Cajun w/New Riverside Ramblers; Beyond Beginning Cajun & Zydeco w/New Riverside Ramblers

VOCAL/INSTRUMENT:

Jacqueline Aldrich & Lise (Berthelot) White – French Canadian Traditional Songs

Scott Barnum – Hill Billy Kitchen Band; Basic Beginning Banjo

Sam Bartlett – Old Time Back Up Team for Guitarists & Bass Players w/Abby Ladin; Int./Adv. Mandolin

Dan Brandon – Old Country Songs w/Rex & Letha Raymond; Harmony Singing w/Rex & Letha Raymond

Roger Brown – Songwriting w/Drew Nelson; Country Music Singing w/Mary Sue Wilkinson

Adam Broome – Songs from the English Tradition

Kathy Dean – Hammered Dulcimer w/Kathy Hagen; SLOW Jam w/Glenn, Susie & Kathy

Tom Eno – Learn to Play the Saw

Bruce Gartner – Beginning Fiddle

Kathy Hagen – Hammered Dulcimer w/Kathy Dean; SLOW Jam w/Kathy, Glenn & Susie Russell

Ruby John – Metis Fiddle; Breaking Up Fiddle Tunes w/John Warstler; Building a Band w/Ann & Eldon Whitford & John Warstler

David Klein – Blues Easy Jam; Blues Improve w/Nathan Myers

Karen Kleinspehn – Cajun Rhythm Guitar

Carolyn Koebel – Taiko Drumming; Family Drumming Circle

Abby Ladin – Old Time Back Up Team for Guitarists & Bass Players w/Sam Bartlett

Dave Leonard – Hurdy Gurdy; Beginning Clawhammer Banjo

Lil Rev’ – 12 Essential Genre Strums for Ukulele; Blues and Old Time Mandolin Styles

Bruce Ling – Life & Songs of Stephen Foster; Fiddle Tunes for Flatpicked Guitar

Doug Lohman – Sound 101

Eric Mohring – Twin Cajun Fiddle Tunes Harmonies & Seconding w/AJ Scrubas

Nathan Myers – About the Diminished Chord; Anatomy of the 12 Bar Blues; Blues Improve w/David Klein

Drew Nelson – Songwriting w/Roger Brown

New Riverside Ramblers – Cajun Jam

John Nicholson – Int. Clawhammer Banjo; Celtic Tunes for Fiddle & Guitar w/Susan Nicholson

Susan Nicholson – American Fiddle Tunes; Celtic Tunes for Fiddle & Guitar w/John Nicholson

Rick Novak – Songwriting Challenge

Matt Olwell – Bodhran

Barb Pitcher – Frame Drumming

Barry Poupard – Penny Whistle for Adults

Rex & Letha Raymond – Old Country Songs w/Dan Brandon; Harmony Singing w/Dan Brandon

Willow Robinson – Autoharp

Glynn Russell – Beginning Mandolin; SLOW Jam w/Susie Russell, Kathy Hagen & Kathy Dean

Susie Russell – Beginning Guitar; SLOW Jam w/Glynn Russell, Kathy Hagen & Kathy Dean

AJ Scrubas – Irish Fiddle; Twin Cajun Fiddle Tunes Harmonies & Seconding w/Eric Mohring

Jaige Trudell – Fiddle Technique with Ease and Accuracy

Pop Wagner – Finger Picking Tunes & Techniques for Guitar

John Warstler – Breaking Up Fiddle Tunes w/Ruby John; Building a Band w/Ann & Eldon Whitford & Ruby John

Lise (Berthelot) White – French Canadian Traditional Songs w/Jacqueline Aldrich

Ann Whitford – Building a Band w/Eldon Whitford; Ruby John & John Warstler

Eldon Whitford – Country Guitar; Building a Band w/Ann Whitford, Ruby John & John Warstler

Mary Sue Wilkinson – Country Music Singing w/Roger Brown

Joseph Baumann – Butter Churning & Compounding

Dave Birney & Joe Coombs – Wine Making

Dan Hummel – Star Gazing: Guided Laser Sky Tour

Kay & John Kelly – Yeast Baking

Aura Nelson – Kids in the Kitchen: Homemade Veggie Pizza

Stan Pope – Stan Pope

Willow Robinson – Wildcrafting with Herbs

Steve Shelander – Einstein Returns

Catherine Tobin & John Warstler – Yoga/Stretching

KIDS:

Banjo Jim – Harmonica

Sam Bartlett – Stuntology; Cranky Show Drawing

Blue Water Ramblers – Square Dance Instruction for Kids; Family Dance

Bruce Bauman – Fiddle for Kids

Mark Baumann – Hayride

Brenda Bonter – Drum Jam for Kids

Wally & Rachel Ewing – Great Lakes Voyageurs

Ron Fowler – Storytelling; Ukulele for Kids

Rose Heneger – Dream Catcher

Kids Hill Committee (Barb Oakley, Jessica Bazaan, Rhonda Drews, Amanda & Sean Waanders) – Bug Houses; Tambourines; Tie Dye; Recycled Paper Making

David Klein – Kids Kazoo Band

Carolyn Koebel – Family Drumming Circle

Abby Ladin –  Rhythm/Movement for Kids

Marcia & Red LeClear & Grace Reynolds – Clogging for Kids; Kids Jam/Dance Palooza

Barry Poupard – Penny Whistle for Kids

Lisa Sachs – Creative Movement for Kids

Chris Sorensen – Knot Tying

Emmy & Mia VanderVeen – Mask Decorating

Pop Wagner – Rope Tricks

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WORKSHOPS BY DAY

SaturdaySunday

DANCE
Swing I: Moves & More Moves 
Ron Buchanan w/Jive at Five
(10:45-Noon, Classroom Building)

Swing II: Pretzels and Dips 
Ron Buchanan w/Jive at Five
(1:30-2:45, Classroom Building)

Flatfooting
Ira Bernstein w/Susan & John Nicholson
(9:30-10:30, Classroom Building)

Clogging I
Abby Ladin (10:00-11:15, Dance Pavilion)

Waltz Clog
Abby Ladin with Ruby John & John Warstler
(4:00-5:15, Dance Pavilion)

Percussive Dance Improvisation
Susan Filipiak (3:15-4:30, Classroom Building)

Body Rhythms
Good Foot Dance Company (11:00-12:00, Main Stage)

Quebecois Steps from Benoit Bourque
(sorry, Benoit won’t be here)
Good Foot Dance Company (1:00-2:15, Dance Pavilion)

Waltz: Intro to Partner Dance Skills
Good Foot Dance Company (2:30-3:45, Dance Pavilion)

Family Dance
Blue Water Ramblers (2:45-3:45, Main Stage)

Basic Beginning Square Dance
Rhythm Billies, Jan Fowler calling (4:00-5:00, Main Stage)

VOCAL/INSTRUMENT
Beginning Mandolin
Glynn Russell (9:00-10:30, Area 3)

Beginning Guitar
Susie Russell (10:45-12:00, Area 3)

Country Guitar
Eldon Whitford (10:30-12:00, Area 9)

Anatomy of the 12 Bar (Blues)
Nathan Myers (9:30-10:30, Area 11)

About the Diminished Chord
Nathan Myers (4:30-5:30, Area 9)

Cajun Rhythm Guitar
Karen K (2:30-3:45, Area 6)

Irish Fiddle
AJ Srubas (10:45-Noon, Area 11)

American Fiddle Tunes
Susan Nicholson (2:30-3:45, Area 11)

Beginning Fiddle
Bruce Gartner (4:00-5:00, Area 7)

Métis Fiddle
Ruby John (4:00-5:15, Area 8)

Breaking Up Fiddle Tunes
John Warstler & Ruby John (2:30-3:45, Area 8)

Fiddle Techniques with Ease and Accuracy
Jaige Trudel (1:00-2:15, Area 6)

Twin Cajun Fiddle Tunes – Harmonies & Seconding
Eric Mohring & AJ Srubas (1:00-2:15, Area 8)

Celtic Tunes for Fiddle & Guitar
Susan & John Nicholson (1:00-2:15, Area 11)

Rise Up Singing
All vocalists (9:30-10:30, Area 4)

Country Music Singing
Mary Sue Wilkinson & Roger Brown (11:00-12:00, Area 4)

Harmony Singing
Rex & Letha Raymond, Dan Brandon (1:00-2:15, Area 4)

French Canadian Traditional Songs
Lise White & Jacqueline Aldrich (2:30-3:45, Area 4)

Old Country Songs
Dan Brandon, Rex & Letha Raymond (4:00-5:15, Area 4)

Bodhran
Matthew Olwell (10:30-11:30, Rhythm Stage)

Taiko Drumming
Carolyn Koebel (1:30-3:00, Rhythm Stage)

Family Drumming Circle
Carolyn Koebel (8:00-9:30pm, Rhythm Stage)

Cajun Jam
New Riverside Ramblers (4:00-5:00, Area 11)

Hill Billy Kitchen Band
Scott Barnum (1:30-3:00, Area 10)

Songwriting Challenge
Ricky Novak (11:00-12:00, Area 7)

Learn to Play the Saw
Tom Eno (1:00-2:15, Area 3)

Hammered Dulcimer
Kathy Hagen & Kathy Dean (2:30-4:00, Area 3)

Hurdy Gurdy
Dave Leonard (9:00-10:15, Area 10)

12 Essential Genre Strums for Ukulele
Lil Rev (10:30-12:00, Area 10)

Autoharp
Willow Robinson (9:00-10:15, Area 9)

ART
Build a Step-A-Tune (Pre-Register) Ages 12+
Red & Marcia LeClear  (9:00-Noon, Area 5)

Glass on Glass Mosaic (Pre-Register) Ages 16+
Deb Emerick (9:00-Noon, Area 6, Continued 4:00-6:00, Area 6)

Water Color Painting (Pre-Register
Liz Wing
Kids with Adults/Family: 1:00-2:30, Area 5
Teens/Adults: 2:30-4:30, Area 5

Hula Hoop Making (Pre-Register)
Missy Cooke/IMAJENation  (9:00-11:00, Area 8)

Leather Wallet (Pre-Register)
Ages 16+, Ages 13-15 welcome with an adult
Sue Clements  (1:00-4:00, Area 9)

Stepping Stones
Jo & Jim McLachlan (1:00-3:00, Area 7)

Paper Bead Making (Teens & Adults)
Theresa Hummel & Jo McLachlan (9:30-Noon, Area 1)

Macramé Mohair Guitar Strap (Pre-Register) (Adults)
Pop Wagner  (1:00-4:00, Area 1)

Cigar Box Ukulele (Pre-Register) Ages 12+
Budd Greenman & Andy Kirby
(1:00-4:30, Quinn’s Luthier Tent)

Glass Demonstration
Ben Birney (after 3pm, Area 10)

MISC.
Hula Hoop Demo & Instruction
Maggie McDevit-Irwin (11:00-Noon, Area 8)

Einstein Returns
Steve Shelander (5:00-6:00, Area 1)

Yeast Baking
Kay & John Kelly (9:00-Noon, Food Bldg)

Coffee Roasting
Stan Pope (10:30-Noon, Food Bldg)

Star Gazing
Day Parking Field (10:00PM, Day Parking Field)

Wine Making (Pre-Register) Ages 21+
Dave Birney & Joe Coombs (1:00-5:00, Food Bldg)

Yoga/Stretching
Catherine Tobin w/John Warstler
(8:15-9:00, Dance Pavilion)

Instrument Repair, Music Instruction & Jamming
Budd Greenman & Andy Kirby
(9:00-Noon, Quinn’s Luthier Tent)

KIDS ACTIVITIES
Hay Ride
Meet at Kids Hill stage, 8:30PM

Storytelling
Ron Fowler (At Kids Hill Stage after Hay Ride)

Square Dance Instruction for Kids
Blue Water Ramblers (1:00-2:30, Main Stage)

Creative Movement for Kids
Lisa Fogle-Sachs (9:15-9:45, Dance Pavilion)

Fiddle for Kids
Bruce Bauman (9:30-10:30, Kids Hill Stage)

Ukulele for Kids
Ron Fowler (10:45-11:45, Kids Hill Stage)

Clogging for Kids
Red & Marcia LeClear w/Grace Reynolds
(2:15-3:15, Kids Hill Stage)

Stuntology
Sam Bartlett (3:30-4:30, Kids Hill Stage)

Knot Tying
Chris Sorensen & Friends
11:00-Noon, Kids Hill Bldg

Penny Whistle for Kids
Barry Poupard (1:00-2:00, Kids Hill Stage)

Tie-Dye
Kids Hill Committee (9:00-Noon, Kids Hill Tent)

Bug Houses
Kids Hill Committee (1:00-4:00, Kids Hill Bldg)

Recycled Paper Making
Kids Hill Committee (9:00-Noon, Kids Hill Tent)

Tambourine Making
Kids Hill Committee (1:00-4:00, Kids Hill Bldg)

Great Lakes Voyageurs Program
Rachel & Wally Ewing (1:00-2:00, Kids Hill Tent)

Dream Catchers
Rose Heneger (2:30-3:30, Kids Hill Tent)

Cranky Show Drawing
Sam Bartlett (9:00-10:30 & 1:00-2:30, Kids Hill Bldg)

Drum Jam for Kids
Brenda Bonter (2:00-3:00, Meet at Kids Hill Stage)

DANCE
Cajun Family Dance
New Riverside Ramblers
(4:00-5:00, Dance Pavilion)

Beginning Cajun
Mark Stoltz w/New Riverside Ramblers
(1:00-2:15, Dance Pavilion)

Beyond Beginning Cajun & Zydeco
Mark Stoltz w/New Riverside Ramblers
(2:30-3:30, Dance Pavilion)

Tap I
Susan Filipiak (10:45-Noon, Classroom Bldg)

Tap II
Susan Filipiak (1:15-2:45, Classroom Bldg)

American Vernacular Dance Remix
Good Foot Dance Co. (3:15-4, Classroom Bldg)

Jazz Era Dance Party
Good Foot Dance Co. (10:00-11:30, Dance Pavilion)

Family Dance
Rhythm Billies, Jan Fowler calling
(1:00-2:00, Main Stage)

Intersection: Exploring the Relationship between Flatfooting & Rhythm Tap
Ira Bernstein & Abby Ladin w/The Johns
(2:30-3:45, Main Stage)

VOCAL/INSTRUMENT
Beginning Mandolin
Glynn Russell (2:45-4:00, Area 3)

Intermediate/Advanced Mandolin
Sam Bartlett (4:00-5:00, Area 11)

Blues & Old Time Mandolin Styles
Lil’ Rev (2:30-3:45, Area 7)

Basic Beginning Banjo
Scott Barnum (10:00-11:30, Area 7)

Beginning Clawhammer Banjo
Dave Leonard (2:30-3:45, Area 10)

Intermediate Clawhammer Banjo
John Nicholson (4:00-5:00, Area 10)

Beginning Guitar
Susie Russell (1:00-2:30, Area 3)

Finger Picking Tunes & Technique for Guitar
Pop Wagner (1:00-2:15, Area 10)

Blues Improv’
David Klein & Nathan Myers
12:45-1:45, Area 11

Fiddle Tunes for Flatpicked Guitar
Bruce Ling (9:15-10:30, Area 10)

Métis Fiddle
Ruby John (10:15-11:30, Area 11)

Calling Workshop
Ron Buchanan (9:30-10:45, Main Stage)

Songs from the English Tradition
Adam Broome (1:00-2:15, Area 7)

Gospel Sing
All vocalists (9:30-11:00, Area 4)

French Canadian Traditional Songs
Lise White & Jacqueline Aldrich
(2:00-3:15, Area 4)

Life & Songs of Stephen Foster
Bruce Ling (4:30-5:30, Area 6)

Frame Drumming
Barb Pitcher (1:30-3:00, Rhythm Stage)

Hammered Dulcimer
Kathy Hagen & Kathy Dean (10:00-11:30, Area 3)

Penny Whistle for Adults
Barry Poupard (3:15-4:15, Area 6)

Songwriting Challenge
Ricky Novak (2:00-3:30, Area 11)

Songwriting
Roger Brown & Drew Nelson (3:30-4:30, Area 4)

Building A Band
Ann & Eldon Whitford, Ruby John
& John Warstler (12:30-1:30, Area 4)

Old Time Back Up Team for Guitarists & Bass Players
Sam Bartlett & Abby Ladin (10:45-Noon, Area 10)

All Star Gospel Jam
The Gospel All Star Band (11:00-Noon, Main Stage)

Blues Easy Jam
David Klein (4:15-5:30, Area 9)

S-L-O-W Jam
Glynn & Susie Russell and Kathy Hagen
(4:00-5:30, Area 3)

ART
Spoon Carving (Pre-Register) Ages 16+
Drew Nelson (9:30-Noon, Area 1)

Glass on Glass Mosaic (Pre-Register) Ages 16+
Deb Emerick (Cont’d from Sat, 3:30-5:30, Area 5)

Batik Dyes & Wax (Pre-Register) Adults only.
Liz Wing (1:30-4:30, Area 8)

Quilling (Pre-Register) Teens/Adults
Leslie Anderson (9:30-Noon, Area 5)
(Cont’d 1:00-3:00, Area 5)

Needle Tatting (Pre-Register) Ages 16+
Theresa Hummel (1:30-4:30, Area 1)

Leather Wallet (Pre-Register)
Ages 16+, 13-15 welcome with an adult
Sue Clements (9:30-12:30, Area 9)

Cigar Box Ukulele (Pre-Register) Ages 12+
Budd Greenman & Andy Kirby
(1:00-4:30, Quinn’s Luthier Tent)

Glass Demonstration
Ben Birney (AM, Area 8)

Twining/Weaving (Pre-Register) Ages 12+
Kathy Berlincourt
(9:30-Noon, Area 6 /1:00-4:00, Area 9)

MISC
Butter Churning & Compounding (Pre-Register)
Teens & Adults
Joseph Baumann (10:00-Noon, Food Bldg)

Yoga/Stretching
Catherine Tobin w/John Warstler
(9:00-9:45, Dance Pavilion)

Instrument Repair, Music Instruction
& Jamming

Budd Greenman & Andy Kirby
(9:00-Noon, Quinn’s Luthier Tent)

Wildcrafting with Herbs
Willow Robinson (1:00-3:00, Area 6)

Sound 101
Doug Lohman (9:30-10:30, Classroom Bldg)

KIDS ACTIVITIES
Kids in the Kitchen! Homemade Veggie Pizzas!
Aura Nelson (1:00-3:00, Food Bldg)

Harmonica
Banjo Jim (9:30-10:30, Kids Hill Stage)

Kids Kazoo Band
David Klein (11:00-Noon, Kids Hill Stage)

Kids Jam/Dance Palooza
Red & Marcia LeClear & Grace Reynolds
(3:30-4:30, Kids Hill Stage)

Tie-Dye (con’t from Saturday)
Kids Hill Committee
(9:30-Noon, Kids Hill Tent)

Recycled Paper Making
Kids Hill Committee
(9:30-Noon, Kids Hill Tent)

Tambourines
Kids Hill Committee
(1:00-4:00, Kids Hill Bldg)

Bug Houses
Kids Hill Committee
(1:00-4:00, Kids Hill Bldg)

Rope Tricks
Pop Wagner
(Kids Hill Tent, 11-Noon)

Great Lakes Voyageurs Program
Rachel & Wally Ewing (1:00-2:00, Kids Hill Tent)

Drum Jam for Kids
Brenda Bonter (1:30-2:30, Meet at Kids Hill Stage)

Cranky Show Drawing
Sam Bartlett (10:00-Noon, Kids Hill Bldg)

Mask Decorating
Emmy & Mia VanderVeen (2:00-4:00, Kids Hill Tent)

Rhythm/Movement for Kids
Abby Ladin (1:00-2:00, Kids Hill Stage)

Creative Movement for Kids
Lisa Fogle-Sachs (10:00-10:30, Dance Pavilion)