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Something For Everyone

Choose Among Workshops, Guided Jams, and One-on-Ones

to build your own schedule

Friday

April 3, 2020

We'll officially kick off the Frolic on Friday at 3:00 with welcomes and info about the weekend. We'll have workshops and guided jams too. Then we'll enjoy a potluck dinner.

 

Frank & Allie will provide burgers, hot dogs, and veggie burgers too.

 

Friday evening we will

 

...And jam some more!

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Introduce ourselves

Meet instructors through a mini-concert

Saturday & Sunday

April 3-5, 2020

Choose among Workshops, Guided Jams, or One-on-Ones to create a personalized experience 

GUIDED JAMS

ONE-ON-ONES

From Friday evening through Sunday morning, there will be 11 different 75-minute workshops. Workshops will take place upstairs in the room pictured.

Workshops are typically hands-on and interactive. They will be instrument-specific for the most part, though a few might be more topical.

Workshop titles from past Frolics include "Round Peak Roundup", "Basics of Bowing," "Beginning Fiddle," "Appalachian Banjo Styles," "Backup Rhythm Guitar," and "Carter Family Songs."

Workshop titles and descriptions will be announced here and on our Facebook Event Page.

Come and go as you please, and choose whichever aspects of the program appeal to you most. Feel free to start a jam of your own, or take some time to yourself to practice.

 

Or take a walk around the beautiful Land's Creek Cabins Property, or take a short drive to town to see what Bryson City has to offer. The Frolic is a retreat, whatever that means for you!

The weekend will wrap up with a group picture and lunch on Sunday.

"Between the one-on-ones, the jams, the camaraderie, good food, really good teachers, and, of course, the constant presence of Frank and Allie Lee making sure everything ran smoothly -

"I couldn't have asked for a better experience and well worth the money."

                                                             - Larry, Bybee, TN

(fiddle, class of 2018 & 2019)

"It was only 3 days, but the Banjo-Fiddle Frolic made a huge impact on me and my quest to learn the fiddle.