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Lark Camp World Music Song & Dance Celebration
Mickie Zekley  PO Box 1176 
Mendocino,  CA,  95460
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Imagine idyllic days & nights in the magical redwood forest filled with all the music, dance, and good times you could possibly stand, and that's kind of close to what Lark's Music Celebration is like. You are free to take as many or as few of the workshops offered as you like; jam sessions 24 hours a day, big dances every evening. Plenty of good food, new friends, and musical stimulation. Truly a unique total immersion into the joys of nature, music and dance. Many workshops for the professional as well as the beginner! Also includies: Banjos, Bouzoukis, Dumbecs, Shakers, Tambourines.
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