Posted by meghand on Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Please check out the Wild Goose Chase Clogger's music and dance weekend, MooseJaw! It is a three day weekend event held at Maplelag cross country ski resort in Detroit Lakes MN.
Come dance to the calling of Nancy Mamlin and the classic old-time sound of the legendary Chirps Smith on fiddle and Steve Rosen on banjo. Swing the night away with Minnesota-based Rusty Swingset! Fiddler Betsy Neil, guitarist Brian Neil, bassist Mark Gunderson and lap-slide guitarist Gary Powell.
Workshop offerings will include fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass, singing and many dance forms. ThereÕs also miles of beautiful cross-country skiing, the sauna and hot tub, all the hot coffee you could imagine, and of course, a bottomless cookie jar.
MooseJaw is famous for its Saturday night costume ball, and this year's theme is Dr. SeussJaw ! Let the costuming begin! Questions about the event?
Email email@example.com or call 651-261-0726.
OR, register at www.wildgoosechasecloggers.COM
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 @10:52:43 AM
What weekend is it??
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 @10:53:09 AM
and don't leave out the opportunity to windsurf on the snow. they do that is saskatchwan too...because it is like the ocean...but land.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 @10:54:04 AM
...if the same opportunities exist in MN that is... :)
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 @11:39:04 AM
I'm positive this winter there will be snow...unless there is a major thaw by then! Last year, come to think of it, there was just mud. mucky, gloppy mud. Oh, who knows what will happen with this crazy weather.
The Weekend is March 11, 12, 13.
maplelag.com and to register: wildgoosechasecloggers.com
John Gent Says:
Wednesday, February 9, 2011 @12:45:18 PM
You're not fiddling? Then I'm not going.
Kidding of course. I'm not going because of proximity. But still, I'll bet you and Chirps could do some cool, wild dual fiddle stuff. Wouldn't that be a wonderful sight for the ears?
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