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SATURDAY   2002 San Francisco Free Folk Festival    SATURDAY
TIME
MAIN STAGE Cafeteria Music 1
Room 308
Music 2
Room 306
Music 3
Room 302
Music 4
Room 309
CHOIR ROOM (to right of Auditorium) Dance 1
1st Floor Gym
Dance 2
3rd Floor Gym
Dance 3
Room 301
Family
Here & There
TIME
12:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
(Sign Up in the Cafeteria!)

bodhran
Paul Donnelly
3 Finger Jigs on the Autoharp
Carey Dubbert
Chord Construction, Interesting Progressions
Vic Saravia
Sketching from Life
(teens to adults)

Jilly Mandeson
   Czech, Slovak & Balkan non-partner dances
Asha Goldberg
Bohemian National Polka
Cathleen Myers
of PEERS
International Folk Dance
Gail Barton
Arts & Crafts all Day!

by 1st floor gym

Sketching

Room 309

12:00
1:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
Exceptional Guest Performers

Traditional Ballads
Sharyn Dimmick
Irish Ensemble
Cait Reed
Blues Guitar
Alan Smithline
Songwriting for Kids
Hali Hammer
  Cotswold Morris
Berkeley Morris
French Country Dancing
Gary Breitbard and Jena Rauti
music: Confiture
Country Western Line Dance
Barbara Vernon
Songwriting For Kids

Room 309

1:00
2:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
This could be you

Intermediate Old-Time Fiddle
Kathrine Gardner
Ukulele
Hiram Bell
Celtic Guitar
William Coulter
Puppetry
Glenn Allen
Sea Shanties
Richard Adrianowicz
& Peter Kasin
Double-hop Polka
Jerry Duke
English Ceilidh
Jonathan Coxhead
Appalachian Clogging
Kalia Kliban
Puppetry

Room 309

Arts & Crafts Continue!

2:00
3:00

Café Cabaret
3:00 Riggy Rackin
3:20 Anderson-Gram
3:40 Richard Adrianowicz & Peter Kasin

 Traditional Irish Fiddle
Cait Reed
All levels welcome
Musical Saw
Patrick Weldon

Old-Time Banjo
Ingrid Noyes

Circus Skills
Glenn Allen
Chorus Songs from the British Isles
Dick Holdstock
Polish Folk Dance
Piotr Lacki (Lowiczanie)
Rapper Sword Dance
Swords of Gridlock
Clapping and stick dances of S. India
Catherine & KP Kunhiraman
of Kalanjali
Circus

Room 309

3:00
4:00

Café Cabaret
4:00 Lost Prophets
4:20 Jay Howlett
4:40 Peter Krug

Concertina
Riggy Rackin & Bob Tedrow
Harmonica
Hiram Bell
Open Tunings for Guitar
Charlie Cutten
Music and Movement for Youngsters
Gayle Schmitt

4:00 Nancy Schimmel

4:30 William Coulter

Square Dance
Caper Cutters

Irish Ceili
John Slaymaker
of Starry Plough

Cape Breton Social & Step Dancing
Jerry Duke
Movement

Room 309

4:00
5:00 Café Cabaret
5:00 Hali Hammer & Randy Berge
5:20 Dave Lippman
5:40 Carol Denney
Bluegrass Band
Strung Over!
 
Folksongs of U.S. Women's History
Estellle Freedman
Guitar Strumming for Beginners
Karen Imperial
Round Robin Songs for Children (all ages)
Nancy Schimmel
Pub Songs
Riggy Rackin
Leading and Following Skills
Phillip Garrison
Beginning and Intermediate Contra
Ed Severinghaus
Introduction to Lindy Hop
Belinda Ricklefs
Song Circle

Room 309

Arts & Crafts Finishing Up

5:00
6:00
and on-

wards

Evening Concerts: Auditorium

 6:00   -  6:30

The Shut-Ins

 6:40   -  7:10

Marisa Malvino

 7:20   -  7:50

Strung Over!

 8:00   -  8:30

Michael McNevin

 8:40   -  9:10

Stump Tail Dog

 9:20   -  9:50

Steve Seskin

 8:40   -  9:10

Stump Tail Dog

10:00  - 10:30

Tipsy House

The 26th annual
San Francisco

Free Folk Festival

June 15th & 16th, 2002

Roosevelt Middle School
460 Arguello St. at Geary, San Francisco
www.sffolkfest.org

(510) 287-9095

Everyone welcome at all events!

Schedule as of 13-jun-02 1:57
Evening Dances: 3rd floor Gym

6:00 International Dance! with VECERNICA International Folk Dance Band - music from Russia, Scandinavia, Germany, the Balkans, Greece, Israel, and the US. Dances will be taught. Meryl Lee Corcoran; Gary Breitbard; Ned Gault; Jena Rauti; Pete Showman; Sue Ellen Porter; Dave Bogdanoff. Until 8:00.

8:00 Waltz, Swing, and Ballroom Dance! with The BRASSWORKS Band - The Brassworks consists of tuba, trombone/euphonium, french horn, and two trumpets, doubling on cornet, flugelhorn and piccolo trumpet, and a drummer. The Brassworks performs a wide range of musical styles: renaissance, baroque, classical & romantic, folk & fiddle tunes, marches, ragtime, Dixieland, blues, swing, rock, Motown, Latin, Broadway show tunes and concert works. They're wonderful! Until 10:00.

6:00
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SUNDAY   2002 San Francisco Free Folk Festival    SUNDAY
TIME
MAIN STAGE
Auditorium or Cafeteria
Music 1
Room 308
Music 2
Room 306
Music 3
Room 302
Music 4
Room 309
CHOIR ROOM
(to right of Auditorium)
Dance 1
1st Floor Gym
Dance 2
3rd Floor Gym
Dance 3
Room 301
Family
Here & There
Jam Room 313 TIME
12:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
(Sign Up in the Cafeteria!)

Musical Saw
Charlie Blacklock
60's Folk Jam
Jim & Rose Hudson
Sacred Harp Singing
Paul Ralston
Mountain Dulcimer
Peter Trommerup
  Cajun / Zydeco
Yael Schy
Border Morris
FFL Morris
Argentine Tango
Chelsea Eng
Arts & Crafts All Day

By the 1st Floor Gym

The Foremans

  12:00
1:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
Exceptional Guest Performers

Tap Dancing
(all ages)

Natasha Haugnes
Songwriting
C. J. MacDuffee
Instant Chorus
Daniel Steinberg
Travis-Style Picking
Carolyn Jayne
Harp Showcase
Maureen Brennan, Anita Farley & friends
Hambo
Bob Fraley
Longsword: English Ritual
Emperor Norton's Imperial Fire Brigade #2
Sacred Circle Dance
John & Marina Bear
Tap Dancing

Room 308

Arts & Crafts Continue!

Slow-jam
Erik Hoffman
Tunes will be played nice and slooow!

1:00
2:00

Café Cabaret

Open Mic
This could be you

Song and Celebration
Ray Melvin
Songwriting
Michael McNevin
Gaelic Songs for Non-Gaelic Speakers
Mary McLaughlin
Songs of the Hills and Hollars
Laura & Paul Barnett
Family Concert
Faith Petric & Marisa Malvino
Beginner Salsa
Metronome Ballroom
Charleston
Antonia Bava
American Tribal Belly Dance
Fat Chance Belly Dance
Family Concert

Choir Room

2:00
3:00

Auditorium
3:00 World Harmony Chorus
3:30 Lisa Redfern & Mary Kelly

Café Cabaret
3:00 Charlie Blacklock & Friends
3:20 Laura Kemp
3:40 Mare Wakefield

Bass Runs for Guitar
Carolyn Jayne
Beginning Rhythm for Swing Guitar
Tom Murray
Irish Music Sing Along
Jessica Bryan & Tom Clunie
 Beginning Swing Fiddle
Erik Hoffman
Always wanted to play swing?
Folk Club Concert
 3:00 Stone Soup
3:20 Karen Imperial & Doug Jones
3:40 Alan Smithline

Beginner East Coast Swing
Metronome Ballroom

Scandinavian
Bob Fraley
Hungarian
Imre Mandoki
Arts &
Crafts Continue!

By the first floor gym

Irish Session
Lani Herrmann
In the tradition of the Starry Plough

3:00
4:00

Café Cabaret
4:00 Debra Dooling & Rob Sherman
4:20 Tinker's Damn
4:40 Sherry Austin

Dulcimer
Neal Hellman
Cowboy Songs
Art Peterson & Chuck Wheeler
French Songs from the Auvergne
Steve Friedland
Contra band practice
Mark Kartman & Art Friedman

Family Concert
Harmony Grits
Scottish
Dunsmuir Scottish Dancers
Irish Set
Michael Murphy
Ballgowns on a Shoestring
Frannie Germeshausen
Family Concert

Choir Room

Scottish

4:00
5:00

Café Cabaret
5:00 Jessica Bryan & Tom Clunie
5:20 Tom Payne
5:40 Mary McLaughlin & Neal Hellman

  Harmonica
Myron Grossman & John Tuttle
Rounds Bring one to share
Lani Herrmannn

  Old Israeli Folk Dancing
Asha Goldberg
Contra Dance
Erik Hoffman
Introduction to Irish Step
McBride Irish Dancers
Arts &
Crafts Finishing Up

Irish

  5:00
6:00
and

on-

wards

Evening Concerts: Auditorium

 6:00   -  6:25

Sylvia Herold, Sue Draheim, and Elisa Welch

 6:30   -  6:55

Dunsmuir Scottish Dancers

 7:05   -  7:35

Lorin Rowen

 7:45   -  8:15

Caliban

 8:20   -  8:50

McBride Irish Dancers

 9:00   -  9:30

Faith Petric

 9:40  - 10:10

Harmony Grits

The 26th annual
San Francisco Free Folk Festival

June 15th & 16th, 2002

Roosevelt Middle School
460 Arguello St. at Geary, San Francisco
www.sffolkfest.org

(510) 287-9095

Every event is free!

Everyone welcome at all events!

Evening Dance: 3rd floor Gym

7:00 Contra Lesson Learn the basics. (It's pretty easy!)

7:30 Contra Dance! Modern American line dance, with flirting and cool moves. No partner needed. Featuring the music of Charlie Hancock, Art Friedman, and Mark Kartman, and an open band (look for the Contra Band Workshop at 4PM.) Dances will be called by Mavis McGaugh, Tom Van Deusen, Tom Thoreau, Jim Saxe, and Charlie Fenton. Until 10:00 PM.

6:00
and on-

wards

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