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John C. Campbell Folk School - Contra & Square Dance with Laurie Fisher and the Stuff

Contra Dancing

Contra & Square Dance withLaurie Fisher and the Stuff

Multi-talented Laurie Fisher has been entertaining dancers and inspiring musicians full-time for the past 17 years. She can fiddle, play piano, call dances, teach and enthuse with the best of them. The very thriving Asheville contra dance scene has been passionately influenced by her bands and music over the past 25 years. She is regionally well known as the fiddler for Boomchuck and Bareknuckle Quartet.

Nic Coker & Gretchen Caverly make up the Asheville based band The Stuff. Dancers will enjoy fiddle and guitar will some twin fiddle surprises!

Beginners, singles and couples welcome.

Beginners should come promptly at 8 pm, since we start with easier dances and more teaching.

Adults $7
Ages 10-18 $5
Under 10 Free Admission

February 24, 2018

Cost: See prices above


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John C. Campbell Folk School
1 Folk School Road
Brasstown , NC 28902
USA

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Phone:828.837.2775
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