33rd Annual Singtime Frolics
March 24, 25, 26, 2017
(4th Weekend in March)
Join us for a spring weekend of singing, jamming, learning and sharing
at Portland FolkMusic Society's annual retreat.
Menucha Conference and Retreat Center near Corbett, Oregon
less than an hour's drive from Portland in the spectacular Columbia Gorge.
- Dinner at 7 pm
- All-comers song circle
- Late night singing & jams
- Three meals
- Workshops, song circles & jams
- Participants' concert
- More late night music
- Workshops, etc.
- Closing song circle
Click on Deb Richard's 30-second video of a final sing:
Guest Artist -- Dan Weber
is an award-winning songwriter. He has performed extensively throughout
the country and is a gifted storyteller, winning over audiences
his natural charisma, upbeat performances, authentic songwriting,
and off-the-cuff hilarious stories.
His songs have been described as "Guthrie-esque and
reminiscent of early John Prine." At Singtime he will perform a
short concert and lead workshops on songwriting and on an assortment
of songs collected by Alan Lomax. More information at his website
Buildings heated and maintained year round.
Dormitory bunks, semi-private and private rooms, plenty of bathrooms nearby.
Menucha is known for its excellent food served family style.
Special meals are individually prepared to meet dietary
Please help with publicity! Download a poster to put up
in stores or your neighborhood
by clicking its image:
Registration opens at 10AM, Monday, January 9.
Space is limited! Registrations accepted first-come, first-served.
Deadline for early registration is February 20.
Scholarships are available; apply by February 20.
Last day to register is March 6.
Before you register, please look at the information sheet
describing facilities and rates.
Have a suggestion for a workshop?
Send e-mail to David Ingerson at
this address .
Or use the registration form to propose a workshop.
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Questions about Singtime Frolics? E-mail link.
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