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John C. Campbell Folk School - Spring May Day Parade & Maypole Dance

Maypole Celebration

John C. Campbell Folk School -Spring May Day Parade & Maypole Dance

The Brasstown Morris Dancers & Band will lead a parade that begins at Festival Barn and ends at the Maypole located next to Davidson Hall.

Watch Maypole and traditional dances performed by Stix in the Mud NW Border Morris, Rural Felicity Garland, Dame's Rocket NW Clog Morris, and Magic Rapper.

Guests are welcome! Bring your friends and family, a blanket and picnic lunch to enjoy after the dancing.

Please park in the gravel lot on the corner of Brasstown and Harshaw Road.

Schedule:

11:45 a.m.: Parade begins at Festival Barn, crosses Brasstown Rd to Davidson Lane, and ends at the Maypole next to Davidson Hall.

12:00-12:30 p.m.: Maypole Dance (at the Maypole next to Davidson Hall) followed by Morris dancing on the drive next to the Craft Shop.

April 27, 2019

Cost: Free


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Location:

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

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