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Weekend Rambles

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Come Ramble with us!

Registration is now open for the 2019 Ramble season.

As always ... HOMEMADE and HANDMADE!

 

 

Ramblin' on Georgetown Island

July 26-28: Georgetown Island, home of renowned artist and author Dahlov Ipcar, is a natural wonderland carved by the waters of mid-coastal Maine. The Georgetown Central School provides the setting for classes, concerts, nature walks, and meals, where you'll learn -- and join in! -- amid the music and art inspired by the landscape and seascape of this Maine wonderland
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FACULTY: Serenity Fisher, Michael Ronstadt, Nikos Apollonio, Kat Logan, Charlie Ipcar, Judy Barrows, and Bob & Jeanne Zentz


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This year, the Ramblin' Conrad Folklife Institute rambles north ...

... to the beautiful mid-summer delights of mid-coastal Maine ...

... and to the autumn crisp and color of southern Vermont.


The Weekend Rambles series recalls the wonderful workshops of the fabled Old Dominion Folk Festivals created by the Ramblin’ Conrad’s Guitar Shop & Folklore Center in the 1970s and 1980s.

Come for a day or the whole weekend (the best value and most fun)!



EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION -- Book by June 15.

Full Weekend Ramble -- just $120! ($150 after June 15)
- All 5 class sessions
- All meals and snacks, Friday night through Sunday morning
- Saturday luncheon and program
- Saturday night faculty concert
- 2 song circles -- bring a song to lead!
- Extras -- see program for full schedule
- Non-stop folk fun!


DAILY REGISTRATION opens June 15, space available.

- Friday OR Sunday only: $40
- Saturday only: $80

General Public admission to open events:
- Saturday luncheon program, Noon: "The Ramblin' Conrad Story" $25 (includes lunch)
- Saturday night Faculty Concert, 7:00 PM: $15


Ramblin' at the Rock River

October 4-6: Come with us to the rocky riverbanks of Southern Vermont, at the loveliest time of year to visit! The Williamsville Hall in Newfane, a historic grange hall, is our weekend home for exploring the folk arts amid the crisp, colorful autumnal joys surrounding us. Come learn and share, and stay for Sunday afternoon and a community-wide Homemade Hootenanny
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FACULTY: Serenity Fisher, Bobby Fisher, John Roberts, and Bob & Jeanne Zentz


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