MCFS Simcoe Mtn Dance

September 9-11, 2016

Brooks Memorial State Park

Located on Hwy 97, just north of Goldendale WA at Satus Pass

Informal jamming and participant-organized workshops:

 Dancing

 Song writing

 Banjo

 Calling                

 Storytelling              

 Guitar                

 Singing

 Fiddle

 Whatever

Cabins with bunks or camping...........Lodge with fireplace............Deck and lawn to play on

All-vegetarian meals from Friday evening to Sunday morning

Brooks Memorial State Park's Environmental Learning Center is 15 miles north of Goldendale on Hwy 97.
There's room for 100 participants - heated cabins with beds for 70 (bring bedding), hot showers (bring a towel),
plenty of tent sites and RV parking (no hookups), and a lodge for dining and dancing.
Gourmet meals are lovingly provided, Friday night through Sunday mid-day.


If you've never been, you should come. It's a beautiful time of year here in the Simcoe Mtns.
The camp is beautiful, secluded and well equipped; the people are always wonderful and interesting;
the music is diverse and excellent; the food is simply great. It's a perfect place for young kids to run
and play and for older folks to dance, sit around jamming, toss a frisbee, or whatever.
Workshops of different sorts will be organized by participants (you can either organize one yourself
or make a request) and generally the event is what the participants make of it.

As for the cost, it's a bargain at $85 for adults, kids under 16 free.
There was some discussion about cost at last year's event. It's a break even event,
so you pretty much get what you pay for. Keeping it affordable for families
is a major priority. Pamela, our most excellent cook,
has done her part, providing an amazing menu of good meals for an amazingly low cost.
In her efforts to keep the cost down, though, she feels
she is compromising the quality that she's used to providing.

In order to keep the basic cost affordable for families we have made a provision
that anyone who was able to do so could contribute more toward the food.
I'm suggesting $10, but any amount is fine. You'll see a place for that on the registration form and as an option on PayPal

You can use the pdf flyer and registration form (link below).
You can print it out two-sided, cut it in half and give one to a friend. You can also pay on-line
via PayPal if it's easier (cost is an additional $ 25). If you sign up, I'll be sending out
more information later on what to expect if you've never been, directions,
and a reminder list of essential items to remember even if you've been coming for years.

Have a great summer and I hope to see you at Simcoe Mt. in September

If you're interested in helping to promote family-oriented musical events that are
affordable for families with children, and you are able and willing to make a donation
to the fund it will be much appreciated. Our federal # is 93-2060929
and we're registered as the Mid Columbia Folklore Society Inc.
Your donation is tax deductible, and in return you get to come see
some truly amazing young kids blossom over the years
into fine musicians and lovers of home-made music.
What the world desperately needs now is more of those!



Pre-registration will be necessary so that food can be planned out.
Registration will close in August or when we have 100 participants.

For further information:
Tim Southworth
509-773-4277
or
3southworth@gorge.net

BRING YOUR FRIENDS!!!

Sample Menu

Pay online with Paypal

Print out registration to mail with your check.

Map to Simcoe Mtn

MCFS Home Page

 

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