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August 13 - 20, 2011

Program Description

This is a special focus group for six emerging professional viol players to work with Mary Springfels for almost 3 hours every day! The group meets for two sessions daily: a 90 minute class in the morning, to work on technique and consorts in Venetian and Venetian-influenced repertoire; a late afternoon class will explore special repertoire topics with Mary. In addition to these two sessions, there are other afternoon classes in viols, mixed consorts and vocal/instrumental ensembles with other Early Music Week faculty. Please ask for application materials for this class.

Program Director

Mary Springfels

7:00-7:30 Tai - Chi for all
7:45-8:15 Hot Breakfast served cafeteria style
8:15-8:45 Cold Breakfast Coffee/Tea available
8:30-8:50 Morning Warm-up
9:00-10:30 Viol Intensive
11:00-12:00 Dance Classes
12:00-12:30 Free time: Swimming, Bookstore staffed
12:30 Lunch
2:00-3:15 1st PM Early Music Week Classes
3:35-4:45 Viol Intensive
5:00-5:30 Tea
5:30-6:20 Free time: Informal camper readings, Swimming, Bookstore staffed
  Side-by-Sides
  Faculty rehearsals
6:30 Dinner
7:45-8:15 Mini Presentations
8:15-10:00 All Camp Dance
10:15-11:00 Special Events

July 30 - August 6, 2011

Program Description

This is a chance for teachers to attend a week-long folk camp for people of all ages. You will observe and participate while master folklorists teach groups of children traditional dances, songs, crafts, stories and rituals. You will participate in these folk traditions at an adult level yourself and "collect" by audio-recording, interviewing, note taking and experiencing traditional activities. We will meet daily in a Teacher Seminar led by Jane Miller to reflect on your observations and experiences and to share newly-collected activities.

Matriculated Antioch students receive course credit for this course. Graduate credit is also available to others via Antioch University New England Continuing Education. This Course (called "Folk Arts for the Classroom" in the Antioch catalog) is available for one Master's level graduate credit through Antioch University New England Continuing Education. Master's courses require a baccalaureate degree for admission. Application/registration information is available at the Antioch University New England website http://www.antiochne.edu/academics/ce.cfm. Summer course registration begins in mid May and extends to two weeks prior to the course beginning. Antioch tuition of $400 is due to Antioch with the registration form. This is in addition to the fees due CDSS. All who participate fully will be awarded a certificate (40 credit hours) at the end of the course.

Course requirements will be described in the syllabus which will be dispensed at Ogontz. The requirements are:

  • Participation in at least three Ogontz Camp Family Week class sessions each day
  • Participation in the teacher seminar each day, including sharing of materials and reflection on the process of collecting
  • Demonstration of learning by sharing at least one newly learned activity with the camp group or the seminar group
  • Development of a "collection" either in a journal, on a CD, audio tape or other format to be submitted to instructor at the week's end

Program Director

The course is led by Jane Miller, an elementary school teacher for 25 years and the founder and director of Price Farm School in Antrim, N.H. She has a Doctorate in Education and is a core faculty member in the education department at Antioch University New England.

7:45-8:30 Breakfast
9:00-9:55 Kid and Adult classes
10:05-11:00 Kid and Adult classes
11:05 Refreshments
11:15-12:00 Morning Gathering: songs, dances, show & tell
12:00-12:30 Bookstore staffed
12:30-1:00 Buffet Lunch Served
1:00-1:30 Bookstore staffed
1:30-2:25 Mixed age Classes
2:35-4:35 2-Hour Swim Block All ages, 9 & under/parent
2:35-3:30 Mixed age Classes
3:35-3:45 Afternoon Snack
3:35-4:45 Bookstore staffed
3:50-4:45
Teachers Seminar: Jane Miller
4:55-5:30 Stories
5:50 Dinner
7:15 Community Dance
7:45-8:30 Evening Gathering
8:15 Pied Piper/Bedtime for children 9 & younger
8:30-10:45 Evening Dance Party
9:30 Bedtime for 10-12 year olds
11:00 After-dance Activities

July 30 - August 6, 2011

Program Description

Ralph Sweet and Nils Fredland bring two distinct and valuable perspectives to the unique art of calling singing squares. Ralph, at 81, has honed his skills over the course of a sixty-year career, developing his remarkably smooth delivery, collecting a vast repertoire of dances and passing on his love of singing squares to generations of contra and square dancers. During American Week, class participants will learn, and take inspiration, from listening to Ralph teach and call these dances; equal focus will be placed on experiencing Ralph’s calling as a dancer, and listening and analyzing from the caller’s perspective.

Nils is the ideal co-leader for this class; in his early 30s, he fell in love with singing squares upon hearing a recording of Ralph calling some of his standards. Nils immediately began his own process of learning to call singing squares by listening and dancing to Ralph as often as possible. Over the course of the last six years, Nils has developed a thorough understanding of what makes a great singing square dance caller. He will help class participants develop that same understanding, with a focus on putting the essential skills to practical use right away, in a safe and supportive environment.

The daily class period will be broken up into three parts: a whole group exercise, led by Ralph and Nils, with a focus on singing, basic patter square calling skills and how to combine the two; dancing, listening and analyzing, during which class participants will rotate between dancing to Ralph and participating in a “listening lab” with Nils in order to recognize and define the subtle skills that make Ralph a master; and mic time for each participant to try out what they’ve learned, backed by a fantastic musical staff, with supportive feedback from Ralph, Nils and other class participants.

Program Directors

Ralph Sweet

Nils Fredland

7:45-8:15 Hot Breakfast served cafeteria style
8:15-8:45 Cold Breakfast Coffee/Tea available
8:30-8:50
Movement Improvement with Tai Chi: Cis Hinkle
9:00-11:15 Singing Squares Callers Course
11:15-12:15 Swimming, Bookstore staffed, spaces available
12:15 Lunch
1:45-2:45
Argentine Tango: Matthew Duveneck, Anna Gilbert
 
What Makes Good Dance Music: Andrew VanNorstrand, Noah VanNorstrand
 
Singing: Nils Fredland
3:00-4:00
Mind-bending Contras and More: Cis Hinkle
 
Musicians Dance Ensemble: Emily Troll
 
Community Art: Ann Percival
4:00-4:45 Tea, Swimming and Bookstore staffed
4:45-5:30
Rendezvous: Lisa Greenleaf
5:30-6:00
Afternoon Tai Chi Warm-down: Cis Hinkle
5:40-6:20 Bookstore staffed
6:30 Dinner
8:00 Couple Dances
8:15-11:00 Evening Dance Party
11:00 After-dance Activities

July 23 - 30, 2011

Program Description

We are pleased to announce a new week at Pinewoods Camp next summer. Harmony of Song & Dance is a week for singers who love to dance and dancers who love to sing. The program includes traditional and contemporary songs, harmony singing by ear, choral singing from written music, instrumental music, as well as dance: American contra and square, English country and display.

Each day starts with an all-camp chorale followed by a period of American and English dance classes including a class for beginners. The afternoon is a mixture of instrumental classes including song accompaniment, as well as more dancing and singing.  The week also includes concerts, evening dancing for all and opportunities for informal music making.

The theme of the week is community music making, based on the foundation of the riches of traditional song and dance, and the understanding that new songs and dances grow out of the old.  The staff have deep roots in the traditions they are teaching, including Anglo-American social dance; English ritual dance; American clogging; African-American work songs, civil rights songs and spirituals; farming and seasonal songs; English, Canadian and Appalachian ballads; pub songs; sea shanties; gospel; and American shape note hymnody both old and new. 

Bring your instruments to accompany song and dance as well as for informal jamming; bring your voices; and be ready to dance!

Join us for this week of singing, dancing and music-making!

Staff

Peter and Mary Alice Amidon, Program Co-directors

Karen Axelrod
Alistair Brown
George Emlen
Brad Foster
Nils Fredland
Leela Grace
Kim Harris
Reggie Harris
Matt Heaton
Shannon Heaton
Naomi Morse
Keith Murphy
Becky Tracy

Schedule

7:45-8:15 Hot Breakfast served cafeteria style
8:15-8:45 Cold Breakfast Coffee/Tea available
8:45-9:00 Vocal Warm-ups
9:00-10:15
All-Camp Chorale: Mary Alice Amidon
10:30-11:30
Dance Classes
11:30-12:25 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
12:30 Lunch
1:15
Songs on the Porch: Alistair Brown
2:00-3:00
Folksongs in Choral Settings: George Emlen
 
Guitar: Matt Heaton
 
Songs of Faith /Songs of Freedom: Kim and Reggie Harris
 
Percussive Dance/Clogging: Leela Grace
 
A Life through Song: Nils Fredland
 
Slow Jam: Alistair Brown
3:15-4:15
Dance Band: Becky Tracy
 
Arranging & Accompanying Songs & Ballads: Keith Murphy
 
Harmony by Ear: Leela Grace
 
Songs of the Seasons/Revels: George Emlen
 
Collaborative Choral Arranging: Reggie Harris, Peter Amidon
4:30-5:30
Harmony Singing: Mary Alice and Peter Amidon
 
Intermediate Banjo: Leela Grace
 
Songs of the Underground Railroad: Kim and Reggie Harris
 
Border Morris: Alistair Brown
 
Irish Tune Session: Shannon Heaton
 
Songs of the People: from Sea Shanties to Pub Songs: George Emlen
5:30-6:25 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
6:30 Dinner
8:00 Staff Concert
9:15 Evening Dance Party
11:00 Late Night Activities

July 16 - 23, 2011

Program Description

Having been on staff at Pinewoods and at other camps for both family and adult programs around the country for many, many years, we are delighted to be programing our second family week! This is a wonderful opportunity for us to gather some of our favorite musicians, dance teachers and story tellers for a truly idyllic week.

So often we worry about our child getting a good teacher in school and here we have an entire staff of simply the best mentors you could hope for for your child. We are particularly excited by the fact that we have a staff with so many amazing and versatile musicians that this week promises fantastic dancing for everyone. It's an exciting experience to see our children absorbing these incredibly rich and fulfilling traditions and such fun to be able to share that with them at a week that offers so much for everyone.

Along with contras, English country and community dancing, there will again be classes in morris, rapper and Appalachian clog. There will many opportunities for singing, storytelling as well as jam sessions every afternoon and a daily musical procession. We'll be working on a mummer's play while musicians in the band class  prepare to play for a dance every day. There will also be crafts and we will create a surprise giant puppet (shhh!) How is all this possible? Family Week never fails to fill us with a level of inspiration that sustains us through the year and we are lucky to have great programs of this sort developing around the country. But for anyone who has been to Pinewoods, you know that there is something simply magical about being there. We hope you can join us.

-- Becky Tracy & Keith Murphy, Program Co-directors

Program Directors

Keith Murphy
Becky Tracy

Staff

Mary Alice Amidon
Peter Amidon
Karen Axelrod
Sam Bartlett
Alistair Brown
Andrea Cooper
Susan Kevra
Abby Ladin
Eden MacAdam-Somer
Will Mentor
David Millstone
Erica Morse
Mark Roberts
Ruth Tracy

 Schedule

7:45-8:15 Hot Breakfast served cafeteria style
8:15-8:45 Cold Breakfast Coffee/Tea available
9:00-9:55
 
 
Adult Classes
10:00 Refreshments
10:15-11:00 Morning Gathering (songs, dances, show & tell for all)
11:00-12:00 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
12:15 Lunch
1:35-2:30 Nap or rest (all ages)
 
 
Art (8 & up, under 8 w/parent):
 
Singing (8 & up, 6-7 w/parent)
 
Family Band - Intergalactic Travelers Band (10 & up, 8-9 w/parent): Eden MacAdam-Somer
 
Mummers (10 & up, 8-9 w/parent): Keith Murphy, Erica Morse
 
Calling workshop (13 & up): Susan Kevra
2:45-3:40
 
Adult Classes
3:45-4:00 Campstore
3:50-5:00 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
3:50-4:35 Jam Session: Becky Tracy
Rapper: Alistair Brown / Mark Roberts
4:45-5:15
Stunts: Sam Bartlett
6:00 Dinner
7:15-7:45 Community Dance
7:50-8:45 Evening Gathering
8:30 Pied Piper/Bedtime for children 9 & younger
8:45-10:45 Evening Dance Party
9:30 Bedtime for 10-12 year olds
11:00 After-dance Activities

 July 30 - August 6, 2011

Program Description

We hope you can join us this summer for a joyous multi-generational celebration through the enduring pastimes of traditional music, dance and storytelling. We have pulled together a truly outstanding staff of musicians, dance callers, song leaders and storytellers.

This year - along with our traditional offering of contras, squares and English country dance - we offer Cotswold morris dancing, Northwest clog morris and Marley clog. If you play an instrument, you can join the community band class and play for the community dances each evening. If you want to learn about blues on harmonica, piano, guitar or vocals from experienced blues masters, don't miss the blues workshop in the afternoon. Got uke? Always wanted to learn how to play? You can take a beginning ukulele class. There will also be a potpourri of unusual art projects throughout the week for those who are creatively inclined or simply want to relax and socialize. At the end of the day before dinner you can settle in to the green chairs, joined by two singer/storytellers from Tennessee: Sparky and Rhonda Rucker. They will take you on an inspiring journey of song and story ranging from tales rooted in American history to amusing renditions of Brer Rabbit stories.

Singers will be delighted to find a wide variety of singing traditions. Our staff this year includes singers of old-time blues and slave songs, Appalachian songs and ballads, spirituals, work songs and shape note hymns, as well as English pub songs and traditional children's songs from many cultures. There will be many venues to sing old favorites and learn new treasures.

Ogontz Camp is the perfect setting for all of this joyous fun and community building, meeting the diverse needs of a large family dance community. It offers woodlands and wide open spaces where children can play, a mountain stream for exploring and a pristine lake (with no motor boats) hosting a family of loons - perfect for swimming and canoeing. Whether you are having supper on the outdoor dining deck or simply relaxing in the circle of Adirondack chairs under the old white pine, you will enjoy peace and contentment as you take in the beauty of this piece of heaven in the foothills of the White Mountains. Delicious home cooked meals and fresh baked breads will nurture your body and soul, fueling you through an unforgettable week.

Please come help us celebrate the joy of traditional music, dance and story! Come to Ogontz!

-- Robin & Andy Davis, Program Co-directors 

Staff

Karen Axelrod

Daron Douglas

Brad Foster

John Mayberry

Jane Miller

Kathy Reid-Namian

Bruce Rosen

Rhonda Rucker

Sparky Rucker

Lissa Schneckenburger

Kari Smith

Bettie Zakon-Anderson

Steve Zakon-Anderson

Schedule

7:45-8:30 Breakfast
9:00-9:55
 
Adult Classes
10:05-11:00
 
Adult Classes
11:05 Refreshments
11:15-12:00 Morning Gathering: songs, dances, show & tell
12:00-12:30 Bookstore staffed
12:30-1:00 Buffet Lunch Served
1:00-1:30 Bookstore staffed
1:30-2:25
Art Potpourri (All ages): Robin Davis
 
I've Got a Story to Tell (8 & up): Rhonda and Sparky Rucker
 
Teen Class (13-19): John Mayberry
 
Family Band: Lissa Schneckenburger
2:35-4:35 2-Hour Swim Block All ages, 9 & under/parent
2:35-3:30 All ages, 9 & under/parent Swimming or napping OR
 
Ukulele (All ages): Kathy Reid-Naiman
 
North-West/Clog Morris (10 & up): Kari Smith / Karen Axelrod
 
We've Got the Blues (13 & up): Rhonda and Sparky Rucker
3:35-3:45 Afternoon Snack
3:35-4:45 Bookstore staffed
3:50-4:45 All ages, 9 & under/parent Swimming or napping OR
 
Harmony (All ages): Andy Davis
 
Mumming (8 & up): John Mayberry
 
Teachers Seminar: Jane Miller
4:55-5:30
Telling the Truth Goodbye: Folktales and Legends (All ages): Rhonda and Sparky Rucker
5:50 Dinner
7:15 Community Dance
7:45-8:30 Evening Gathering: Daron Douglas, Lissa Schneckenburger
8:15 Pied Piper/Bedtime for children 9 & younger
8:30-10:45 Evening Dance Party
9:30 Bedtime for 10-12 year olds
11:00 After-dance Activities

 August 6 - 13, 2011

Program Description

Join us this year for a wonderful week of English dancing in the magical setting of Pinewoods Camp. Come share the tremendous vitality of English country and display dance, with wonderful teachers and superb musicians, in a fantastic place!

Our English country teachers include Philippe Callens, a perennial favorite returning to Pinewoods from Belgium after way too long an absence.  Philippe will teach two country dance classes, one of gems from the 17th and 18th centuries, the other of his own original compositions and reconstructions.  In addition, he will lead a class for experienced callers on how to teach style.  Helene Cornelius, English country dance leader of CDS Boston Centre for over forty years and first recipient of the CDSS Lifetime Contribution Award, will teach one class for advanced dancers on treasures of the historic repertoire. Innovative West Coast choreographer Brooke Friendly will once again coordinate the popular choreographers’ workshop; additionally, Brooke will teach Dancing the Whole Dance, an exploration of how the use of global terminology can add to our dancing pleasure. New to Pinewoods English Week but a rising star out West, caller Kalia Kliban will offer a session of favorite English country dances for all, including old classics as well as modern compositions.

We are incredibly lucky to have two all-star display dance leaders on staff this week.  Orion Sword’s dynamic Judy Erickson will teach three classes: longsword style, Molly dancing, and Big Choreography (a compelling mixture of Morris and sword). Back by demand, Meg Ryan will teach both advanced English clog and English clogging for all.

Our glorious musicians cover the full spectrum of current English music in America, from classically strong phrasing and dynamic rhythms to cutting edge lyrical and flowing countermelodies. They include Peter Barnes, Dan Beerbohm, Jon Berger, Noel Cragg, Barbara Greenberg, Jonathan Jensen, Shira Kammen, and Jim Oakden. In addition to dancing to these splendid artists, you'll have opportunities all day to join them in making music, in class and out.

And there’s more. Returning for a fourth straight year, Anna Rain will teach Yoga to help us all reach our full physical potential as dancers. Karen Geer will help us lift up our voices in song, and Kalia Kliban will lead our camp-wide Gathering, a time for us all to get together as a community to listen, share and learn. As for me, I will coordinate the callers’ open mic, providing moral support and constructive feedback to those who wish, while working closely with multi-instrumentalist, multi-talented Jim Oakden, who will coordinate the band

Evening dances will feature a wide range of both favorite and about-to-be favorite English country dances, plus a nightly dance "For Those Who Know," with all the splendid country dance musicians and callers on staff. Afterwards, you'll have ample opportunities to make good things happen, with late night singing and dancing likely, a ceilidh dance and pub sing for sure, and the annual fun and fundraising auction to support camp scholarships for years to come.

I can hardly wait!
Much love,

Sharon Green, Program Director

Staff

Sharon Green, Program Director

Peter Barnes
Daniel Beerbohm
Jon Berger
Philippe Callens
Helene Cornelius
Noel Cragg
Judy Erickson
Brooke Friendly
Karen Geer
Barbara Greenberg
Jonathan Jensen
Shira Kammen
Kalia Kliban
Jim Oakden
Anna Rain
Meg Ryan

Schedule

7:45-8:15 Hot Breakfast served cafeteria style
8:15-8:45 Cold Breakfast Coffee/Tea available
9:00-10:00
All My Own Work: Philippe Callens
 
Longsword Style: Judy Erickson
 
English Clogging for All: Meg Ryan
 
Delving Deeper into English Country Dance Music: Shira Kammen
10:15-11:15
Forgotten Treasures: 17th/18th Centuries: Philippe Callens
 
Big Choreography: Judy Erickson
 
Singing for All: Karen Geer
11:25-12:00
Gathering: Kalia Kliban
12:00-12:30 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
12:30 Lunch
1:45-2:45
Open Caller/Open Band: YOU with: Sharon Green
 
Classic Playford Dances (Advanced): Helene Cornelius
 
Advanced Clog: Meg Ryan
3:00-4:00
Dancing the Whole Dance: Brooke Friendly
 
Molly Dancing: Judy Erickson
 
Melody/Harmony: Peter Barnes
 
Callers' Class (Advanced): Philippe Callens
4:00-4:30 Tea
4:30-5:30
The More the Merrier: Kalia Kliban
 
ECD Choreographers’ Flight Time: Brooke Friendly
 
Yoga for Dancers: Anna Rain
5:30-6:30 Swimming, Bookstore staffed, camper-initiated parties
6:30 Dinner
8:00-10:45 Evening Dance Party (starting with For Those Who Know)
11:00 After-dance Activities

 August 13 - 20, 2011

Program Description

Are you already playing for English country dancing but stuck on the proverbial plateau? Would you like to improvise with more confidence and passion? This English Dance Musicians Week is geared towards those already enjoying playing for dancers, who would like to further develop their playing, in a friendly, encouraging group. Possible topics include: playing with more rhythmic propulsion and kinetic energy, improvising on melodies and harmonies, playing in different musical styles, playing with more physical fluidly, and finding new musical lines for an ensemble. However, the main focus will be on the growth of each participant’s inner voice, one to enable each musician to confidently give the dancers clear signals about rhythm, tempo, phrasing and dance style, as well as to sing out one’s own joy in the music and dance.

This session is geared toward participants who are already accompanying dancing and can play at a steady dance tempo. During the week, we will break up into smaller groups, which will be encouraged to play for the class. If time permitted, participants may be offered a one-time, private group or solo coaching, and pianists may get some piano-focused session time. As part of the course, participants may find themselves dancing, as well as singing, playing rhythm games and doing other (hopefully fun) activities to connect with the group and develop dance musician “chops” and elan.

-- Jacqueline Schwab, Program Director


Schedule

7:00-7:30 Tai - Chi for all
7:45-8:15 Hot Breakfast served cafeteria style
8:15-8:45 Cold Breakfast Coffee/Tea available
8:30-8:50 Morning Warm-up
9:00-10:30 English Dance Musicians Course
11:00-12:00 Dance Classes
12:00-12:30 Free time: Swimming, Bookstore staffed
12:30 Lunch
2:00-3:15 1st PM Class
3:35-4:45 English Dance Musicians Course
5:00-5:30 Tea
5:30-6:20 Free time: Informal camper readings, Swimming, Bookstore staffed
  Side-by-Sides
  Faculty rehearsals
6:30 Dinner
7:45-8:15 Mini Presentations
8:15-10:00 All Camp Dance
10:15-11:00 Special Events

August 27 - September 3, 2011

Program Description

Imagine, for a moment, that the Atlantic Ocean had never formed: the British Isles would still be adjacent to North America, and we could enjoy the music and dance traditions of both regions at once. For one glorious week this summer it will be so! English & American Dance Week at Pinewoods brings together many strands of music and dance, weaving them into a gorgeous tapestry for your enjoyment.

From English country dances to contras and squares, from molly dancing to morris and sword, from harmony singing to dance band class, from sunrise to nearly sunrise, expect to be delighted. Come prepared to hone your skills and expand your dancing and musical horizons. We welcome newcomers, old hands and everyone in between to our favorite activities (including chocolate tasting, wellie tossing and late-night shenanigans). Join us for an unforgettable week of music, dance, friendship and joy.

-- Carol Ormand, Program Director

Staff

Carol Ormand, Program Director
Peter Barnes
Sue Dupré
Scott Higgs
Dave Langford
Eden MacAdam-Somer
Suzannah Park
Joanna Reiner
Gillian Stewart
Bill Tomczak
Larry Unger
Bob Walser
Julie Young
Chidgrove Band, including:

Debbie Jackson
Anne Ogren
Martha Stokely

Schedule

7:45-8:15 Hot Breakfast served cafeteria style
8:15-8:45 Cold Breakfast Coffee/Tea available
9:00-10:00
English Dance (Advanced): Joanna Reiner
 
Harmony Singing: Suzannah Park
 
Harmony in Motion (English for All): Scott Higgs
10:15-11:15
Contra Connections: Carol Ormand
 
Cotswold Morris: Gillian Stewart
 
English Dance Band: Peter Barnes
  American Dance Musicians Course (Pre-registration)
11:25-11:55
Gathering: Carol Ormand
11:55-12:30 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
12:30 Lunch
1:45-2:45
Potpourri: Scott Higgs
 
Bust Down with American Clogging for All Comers!: Julie Young
 
Owning Our Traditions: Suzannah Park
  American Dance Musicians Course (Pre-registration)
3:00-4:00
Many Moods of Contra: Scott Higgs
 
Molly Dancing: Sue Dupre
 
Back Up and Push: Debbie Jackson
4:00-4:20 Tea
4:30-5:30
Borderline English: Joanna Reiner
 
Rapper: Gillian Stewart
 
Vocal Blast!: Bob Walser
5:30-6:15 Swimming, Bookstore staffed
6:30 Dinner
7:45 Couple Dances
8:00-11:00 Evening Dance Party
11:00 After-dance Activities
     
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