The Society of Folk Dance Historians (SFDH)
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Information: Lark Camp ("Lark In The Morning Music Celebration") was started in 1980 to provide a venue to allow traditional musicians and dancers to get together and share their music and dance.
Imagine idyllic days and nights in the magical redwood forest filled with all the music, dance, and good times you could possibly stand, and that's kind of close to what camp is like. You are free to take as many or as few of the workshops offered as you like; jam sessions 24 hours a day, big dances every evening. Plenty of good food, new friends, and musical stimulation.
Lark Camp takes place in the Mendocino Woodlands State Park, nestled in 700 acres of redwood trees, ferns, and glades along both sides of the Little North Fork of the Big River in Northern California, near the coastal village of Mendocino in July/August.
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