Dances start promptly at 8:30 pm and end at 11:30 pm. Admission is $8. A contra dance lesson for beginners is given every Friday starting at 7:30 pm and is included in the price of admission.
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April 6 -- Herschel Nelson calls to Taylor Among the Devils. The band has Marty Taylor on recorders and concertina, Steve Hickman on fiddle, and Jonathan Jensen on piano. April 13 -- Dave Colestock with the fabulous Glen Echo Open Band. April 20 -- Peter Lippincott calls to Old 78s Curly Miller (on fiddle) and Carole Anne Rose (on banjo) play an unusual style of Old Time, Hillbilly Fiddle Rags, Classic Banjo duets, Irish, Scottish, Celtic, World and historic music, featuring the duo’s unique combination of talents. Their concert and dance music receives acclaim everywhere they perform. In all categories, their music is obscure, interesting, different, captivating, unique and exciting.
This dance will be held in the Bumper Car Pavilion. April 27 -- Bill Olson calls and plays with Ti Acadie. The trio come from Maine, part of the region including the Canadian maritime provinces known as Acadia (Ti' Acadie means "a little Acadia") and has Pam Weeks on fiddle and mountain dulcimer; Jim Joseph on button accordion, banjo, mandolin, & feet; and Bill Olson on guitar & bass. They will get everyone moving to the beat with Quebecois reels and old timey southern "hoedowns", but the evening will often be punctuated by Pam singing a Cajun waltz, or by a contradance done to a set of old time Cajun reels started off with just fiddle and ti' fer (triangle)
Note: The admission price increases to $9.00, starting with the dance on April 27th.