The Rangeley Friends of the Arts is sponsoring a day of music and dance folk history with Old Grey Goose on Wednesday, April 27 at the Rangeley Lakes Regional School. In a series of daytime workshops, they will play old-time dance tunes on a variety of acoustic instruments; singing songs of love, work, diversity, and achievement from the vast repertoire of American folk history; and teaching regional dances representing multi-cultural traditions. In the evening at 5:30, a school and community-wide dance, featuring contra, circle and square dances, is planned for students and family members of all ages. All dances will be taught; no experience is necessary. Admission is free.

For more information, contact Pam Ellis at 864-5000.


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