Season Program | Big Top Chautauqua 2018 - Page 19

Full Service Liquor Store and Deli 9 AM - 9 PM 33 North First St. • Bayfield, WI 715-779-3304 pens! p FUN Ha e r e h W NER H/DIN om LUNC bayfield.c - s e i magg GIFTS PO�ERY FIBER JEWELRY GLASS PRINTS 40 S 2nd St, Bayfield ∙ 715-779-5200 ∙ stonesthrowbayfield.com Bluegrass Day Camp for Kids Article by Kent Kuhlman, Communications Coordinator Youngsters have a unique opportunity to join stars of the Blue Canvas Orchestra for 3 days of pickin’ and grinnin’! Attendees will explore the rich music and singing traditions of Blue- grass and Southern Appalachian culture in a variety of classes taught by professional perform- DETAILS: • July 23, 24, 25 • 10:00AM - 3:00PM • Tuition: $150 ‘Early Bird’ per student or $175 After June 25 2017 Bluegrass Camp attendees • Financial Aid Scholarships available. Please contact us for more info: development@bigtop.org 715-373-5520 ing / recording musicians who are acknowledged experts in their field. Geared toward youth ages 7-17, Camp will cover lessons on guitar, banjo, fiddle, bass, and mandolin, as well as singing and playing in a group. Both individual and group participation will be part of this experience, with fun for everyone at all levels from total beginner through advanced. Participants will even get to form their own band. This year’s music camp is led by Tom Draughon, a frequent performer on the Big Top stage. Tom will be joined by fellow Big Top performers, teachers, and recording artists Bruce Bowers, Nori Perrine, Stevie Matier, Andy Noyes, Becky Deters, and Joel Glickman. Big Top wants everyone to have an opportunity to attend camp, so financial aid scholarships are available.   For complete details and to register, go online to bigtop.org/bluegrasscamp WWW. BI GTO P.O RG 19