Las Vegas International Accordion Festival|
Las Vegas International
Accordion Convention will be held from June 26-29, 2006 at the Gold Coast
Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and there are still some good seats available.
The Gold Coast Hotel and Casino has extended its registration deadline,
so rooms are still available for $45.00!
spectacular event will feature Dick Contino, Art Van Damme, Pete Barbutti and
Peter Soave. Also staring at the event will be Iona Reed Pukara, Don Lipovac,
Bernadette Conlon, Kevin Solecki & Mike Zawojsky, Mario Tacca & Mary Mancini
and The K Trio.
to this impressive lineup, the Las Vegas event will also offer performances by
Joe Domitrowich, Gina Brannelli, Gordon Kohl, Ron Borelli, and Many More!
nights and three full days of unforgettable entertainment, inspiring workshops,
special events, seven meals, seven concerts, all special events and classes and
much, much more are available for:
Attendance $435.00, $60.00 Reservation/Deposit;
Attendance $765.00, $85.00 Reservation/Deposit.
only options are available - contact us for details!
please find our contact information. Out HOT LINE is a 24/7 messaging center that
provides the latest up to date news and allows you to leave a message. You may
also contact us via fax, e-mail or by post at: Toll Free Hotline: 1-800-472-1695,
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Las Vegas International
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Marocco to Perform in Silver Spring, MD|
Marocco will be appearing on June 2, 2006 at 8:00 PM at the Masonic Temple, 410
University Blvd. West, Silver Spring, MD. Tickets are $15.00.
is considered to be one of the worlds leading jazz accordionists. He has
had a career spanning nearly 60 years and is one of the most recorded accordionists
in the world.
Frank has recorded and/or worked with artists ranging from
Luciano Pavarotti to Madonna. Other credits include nearly 300 movie tracks, well
over 200 TV series, shows and specials, and over 150 commercials.
also composed and arranged jazz, classical, and other genres of music. Although
he has performed extensively throughout Europe and the US, this will be Franks
first appearance ever in the Washington area. He will receive the coveted Lifetime
Achievement Award from the American Accordionists Association on June 4
in New Jersey.
A flyer which includes details and directions is available
at http://roadtomarocco.com/pdf/fm_concert_flyer.pdf or call Joan Grauman at 301-806-5998.
- Junior Orchestra from Germany to Tour the USA|
German HVH - Junior Orchestra "Easy Listening" Concert Tour in the United
States will take place from May 27 until June 5, 2006 and will be centered around
Crystal Lake, Ill.
The 22 piece orchestra already had big success at national
and international competitions. The junior orchestra of the HVH - Holzgerlingen,
Germany, (some of the members of the group are pictured below) was founded in
1999, and will give five concerts while in the United States including:
Concert at Crystal Lakes Main Beach", in the "Woodstock Square"
- "Cary United Methodist
- "Joint Concerts
with the Community Jazz Band" in Crystal Lake.
wide repertoire consists of classical music of the last four centuries up to popular
Crystal Lake, Illinois, located 50 miles northwest
of Chicago, is a short drive from O'Hare International Airport.
Concert in New Hampshire|
Accordion Connection located in Gilmanton, NH will host a concert featuring Michael
Kaelin, Martin Stucki, Gerry Grimo, Fred Manzi.|
The concert will take place
on Saturday June 3, 2006 from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM, and tickets are $15.00 at the
door, or $12.00 if purchased in advance. (Children under 12 years of age are admitted
Accordion Connection is located
at 136 Route 106 Unit 1, Gilmanton NH 03237. For more information please call
1-800-328-5227 or visit: www.accordionconnection.com
HA! WA WA! The Accordion Can Kill You!|
years American Accordionists
Association Master Class and Concert Series moderated by Dr. William Schimmel
is entitled HA HA! WA WA!, THE ACCORDION CAN KILL YOU! and will be held from JULY
WE KILLED THEM IN KALAMAZOO! HE TRIPPED OVER HIS ACCORDION
AND LANDED ON A POISONOUS LIZARD - HA HA! LIFE WAS GOOD - NOW IT'S CRAP - WA WA!
OUR 12th SMASH YEAR! A BIT OF WARNING! BETTER NOT ATTEND! YOUR HEART WILL BE BROKEN!
YOUR SPIRIT CRUSHED! YOUR MIND
! IN ANY CASE, WELCOME TO THE SEMINARS!
(circa 1953) , before Rock and Roll and Do Op architecture: a tribute to Danny
DeCon - the icon of Jersey Shore point accordion-show bands. His motto: LET ME
A fresh new look at the BELLOWS SHAKE as the ultimate
An unauthorized reenactment of THE ACCORDION TEACHER, a
performance that outraged everyone in the accordion community as the ULTIMATE
SETBACK and was actually banned by this sponsoring organization back when it was
introduced in the early 60's.
A seminar on the HA HA, the landscape architecture
framing he 18th century English garden, inspiring the classical Sonata Allegro
Learn to turn a happy event into a living nightmare! - NO DEMON BARBERS
NECESSARY! Just play that one sad, depressing song at the right moment - evoke
a bad memory - perfectly timed - bring down the house
..the party's over!
A new series of works composed specifically
for the unaccompanied bass accordion: JOHN BROWN (the hanged man), WALTZING MATILDA
(a tribute to the beheaded) and HAVA NAGILA - A LAMENT!
Dr. Robert Young McMahan
will emerge as BOB MAND AND HIS 12 TONE RUBBER BLUES BAND. He will lecture on
Leonard Feather's statement: "Rules are not made to be broken , but rubber
bands to be extended to the point of infinity ". This is Bob's 12th year!
He hasn't snapped yet.
Kamala Sankaram, accordionist/singer/composer/filmaker/sitar
player - and clinical psycholgist will probe into the transitional psyche starting
from HA HA! and ending with WA WA! - analyzing FREAK SHOWS - back to HA HA!, performing
a variety of genres and her ontological video work INDO/NOIR.
director/filmaker and fitness expert, Micki Goodman will teach us how to HOWL
OUR WAY BACK TO HEALTH - as well as a new work that's
OF THE SCALE! She will also present her new interactive video work, THE FOUR SEASONS.
is Dr. Schimmel's dramatic director ---- and for the seminars in general. It's
12 years for Micki!
Godfrey Nelson / Lorraine Nelson-Wolf in the ontological
"7", will close Friday night for the "12th" year. I/WANNA/BE/A/BABY/ALL/MY/LIFE
(spoken quickly) - examines the accordion and it's intrinsic ability to facilitate
age regression. Composer Stephen Dankner coined the initial phrase. BRING YOUR
HUGGIES AND ENFAMIL - AND A REALLY GOOD NIPPLE!
young jazz great, Will Holshouser (right), will offer some SOOTHING JAZZ FOR BABIES
- in the spirit of the late, great Raymond Scott and also take part in a discussion
on "WHAT'S REALLY BEHIND THE MUSETTE"- exploring the devastating historical
backdrops that made it happen. It's 11 years for Will!
R.D.RANTER AND CO.,
a duo comprised of writer/singer/accordionist Rembert Block and a young lady from
the South Bronx, who she mentors. Blues, screams and rants will prevail. WAAAA!
MAGAZINEwill be unveiled as well as a seminar on THE ACCORDION AS MEDIATOR.
Stein will present his new song cycle: LOSS! This fascinating presentation deals
with Personal loss, New Orleans, Getting Mugged and Surviving all of it. It's
HA HA! and WA WA! - and he's still here to tell us about it - for the 12th year!
-- also, don't miss his seminar on PLUG IN seminar (Amplification).
Ickies, no stranger to ambition -hence the title of his Ambitious Orchestra, will
give us the punk equivalent to HA HA! WA WA! in a short set: HAWA! Also, new works
by David Stoler (STARTUNER), Liam Robinson (CHINA SHOP) and ONE LAST LOOK AT ACCORDION
JOKES! Digital flutist, Lee McClure, will transform The Mother Goose suite into
the FRACTURED tale that it was meant to be. AND.. NOTEKILLERS' David First will
do what he does best
..kill all preconceptions
of Ragtime, Mark Birnbaum will give us the WA WA (WILD GOOSE) WAG. Always confrontational,
Dr. Birnbaum will explore the highly structured HA HA, giving way to the Dionysion
WA WA - ending with a no-headed WA WA in the spirit of Santeria.
Design CEO, Cristina Spelligene; ethnomusicologist, Maria Sonevytsky and stand
up comic Lenny Feldman will give us THE THREE D'S: DESIGN, DIASPORA AND DERRIDA.
Eric Salzman's Classic ACCORD will show the world that BIG BOYS DO CRY! Allyssa
Lamb's instrumental vocals, melodica, glockenspiel and kazoo will CHARM, SEDUCE
and STING at the same time. Composer, Richard Peaslee will have us consider the
axiom: THE ACCORDION IS MOBY- DICK!
As a shark is a killing machine, The
K Trio is a winning machine. Watch, listen and enjoy as they kill you with their
MOJO and win you over at the same time.
Actress Kathleen Tipton, who has
performed, hosted, stared and lectured for over a decade, cyber artist Rachid
Eladlouni and performance artist Ray Rue (Elvis/Groucho) will show NO MERCY. Marni
Rice will give us WAUX! -in French -NO REGRETS! Rita Davidson will give us MORE
ETTORE! There will be AAA commissioned works by Schimmel, John Franchesina and
Alexander Tcherepnin performed by Dr. McMahan and Dragica Banic-Curcic of Croatia.
Walter Kuhr of MAIN SQUEEZE will give us BAVARIAN BLUES. Brian Dewan will have
us drowning in the aisle over his TED KENNEDY RAG.
Dr. Schimmel, lecturer-
in- residence of the AAA will resurrect a vintage concerto by ANDY ARCARI - one
of America's great pioneers, as well as a new work, A BRIEF HISTORY OF PLAID-
combining the HA! WA! qualities of Auld Lang Syne, Palliachi, Indian Madras and
Fado (Portuegese)/ Fado (Gallic)-with an interactive video by Micki Goodman. Schimmel
also composed the bloody bass accordion works. This is Dr. Schimmel's 12TH year
as originator/moderator and curator of the Seminars. This Year he will also present
THE ELECTRIC CHAIR to those who would like to perform in the afternoon workshops
and receive his "CURRENT" comments -along with his executing executives.
Limited to a few players only, those interested should contact Dr. Schimmel directly.
HA!AND WA! encouraged -actually Mandatory!
HEART? The late alcoholic meditation master Chogyam Trungpa says: "It's the
only way to become a decent human being." We say: NO CURES, NO SOCIO/ SPIRITUAL
TRANSFORMATION, NO BOOZE - Just bring your frazzled, pained psyches and make it
look like you're having a good time.
SEE YOU AT THE SEMINARS!
event will be held at:
THE TENRI CULTURAL INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK
43 A West
13 St. (between 5th and 6th Ave.)
Master Classes at 3.00 PM Concerts at
For further information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
the Top Radio Show Searches for Young Accordionists|
the first time 'From the Top' radio show featured an accordionist. Show 133 featured
a performance by Ebilin Maruyama and can be heard on the internet at www.fromthetop.org.
the Top is a not-for-profit multi-media organization whose mission is to encourage
and celebrate the development of youth through music. From the Top provides information,
entertainment, interaction and education for pre-college aged musicians, their
parents and teachers.
The show is produced in association with WGBH Radio
Boston and New England Conservatory of Music and is distributed by National Public
Radio. Gerald Slavet is the Artistic Director.
The show is currently looking
for young accordionists, between 8 and 18, who play classical music. Young classical
accordionists are invited to visit the RUL listed below and complete the Application
Page in order to be considered. The show does have scholarships available for
musicians selected to be on the show.
William Schimmel in the Czech Republic|
Schimmel will be in Ostrava, Czech Republic from June 12 to the 18th. He will
perform Alvin Singleton's Say You Have This Ball Of Meaning for Voice, Harp, Accordion
The performance will take place on June 16th at Philharmonic
Hall in Ostrava with the Janacek Philharmonic with Petr Kotik (Prague/New York)
conducting. The soloists will be: Thomas Buckner (New York), Baritone; Ada Balova
(Ostrava), Harp and Dr. Schimmel (New York), Accordion.
The work will
be recorded the following day for international release (to be announced). Dr.
Schimmel will also meet with the accordion students at the Conservatory.
Accordion Awareness Month|
National Accordion Awareness Month has been creating
some high profile media coverage in the USA.
The Sunday Datebook section
of the San Francisco Chronicle will feature coverage on Sunday (online at www.sfgate.com)
and additional TV Coverage is being presented on KRON Channel 4 or Marine World
The 16th annual San Francisco Accordion Festival, a free event
celebrating National Accordion Awareness Month as well as highlighting San Francisco's
official musical instrument, will be held on June 4th in the Del Monte Square
at the Cannery at Fisherman's Wharf. This event goes from 12 noon until 6:00 PM,
featuring a wide variety of accordion-based bands and will include the San Francisco's
Main Squeeze Pageant.
For further information please contact: email@example.com
Tokarski will Appear at the Powerhouse, CT|
Mary Tokarski will
be appearing in "A Night on the Left Bank" on Saturday, June 10, 2006
at 8.00 PM at the Powerhouse in Waveny Park, South Avenue, New Canaan, CT (Exit
37 off the Merritt Parkway).
The show will feature Megan Owen, Soprano,
Richard Danley, Musical Director/Piano, Avrom Berel, Director and Mary Tokarski,
Mary began her music career at 7 with Michael Fernino of Ansonia,
Connecticut, and performed and competed at local, state and national events throughout
early adulthood . . . amassing over 185 trophies and awards, including two US
Championship Titles, a 3rd place in the 1973 Confederation Internationale des
Accordeonistes (CIA) Coupe Mondiale, and a 2nd place in that year's Coupe Mondiale
Tickets are $25, which includes a Champagne Reception. For
information, please contact: 203-966-7371.
Festival in Buffalo, NY|
American Accordionists' Association
welcomes you to their 2006 Competition and Festival to be held in Buffalo, NY
from July 12-16, 2006.
The competition will be held at the Adam's Mark
Hotel; 120 Church Street, Buffalo (Niagara Falls), NY 14202 with the room rate
being $89.00 (plus tax) per night (single, double, triple, quad). Attendees are
reminded to please mention AAA Festival to obtain discounted rate
or (800) 444-ADAM (toll free).
festival will feature Competitions, Workshops, Displays, Concerts and much more
including several International Competitions such as
2006 Vivian Vivio Stolaruk International Entertainment Competition for Accordionists
First Prize: $10,000.00
Polka Band Competition
First Prize: $1,500.00
and Play - for the Accordionist who also Sings!
Daverne (New Zealand) Festival Orchestra Conductor
include The Busso Trio
to Niagara Falls including performance of the AAA Massed Band
festival information, all registration and entry forms, please visit: www.ameraccord.com
Promoting Your Accordion Services Free at AWW|
Internet is changing the way your customers are searching for services. The days
of lugging out a 12 lb. telephone book to find very limited and outdated business
information are coming to an end. People are still letting their fingers do the
walking, but they're doing it over a computer keyboard. Below are some revealing
facts from the Kelsey Group.
of US households use the Internet as an information source when shopping.
45% of searches had a buying intent.
percentage of respondents who used yellow page directories decreased from 75%
(If you have a printed
yellow page ad, it is time to consider buying a smaller ad and shifting your marketing
dollars to the Internet.) The off-line Yellow Pages see the writing on the wall
and are scrambling to transfer their business model to the Internet.
can no longer ignore these facts. If you want to be successful, you must have
a presence where your customers are searching. Being found on the Internet is
vital to the future of your business.
Accordion Yellow Pages offers free of charge listing for all accordion businesses,
teachers and for every type of service for accordionists. On the Accordion Yellow
Pages site, you do not need to have a website for accordionists find you and contact
search-accordion.com site is also free of charge, being a listing service for
every type of accordion service but you must have a website. Viewers of search-accordion.com
can click to your website.
popular is the AccordionLinks.com site where those accordion service providers
with a website, can attract accordionists free of charge to their website.
All it takes is a little effort, to make sure your information on these three
popular and very effective accordion sites is up to date. Your future success
may well be determined by your ability to effectively adapt to the Internet. Should
it be your New Year's resolution for 2006?
Bel-Aire Polka Days |
Blazonczyk Presents The Annual Bel-Aire Polka Days 41st Anniversary Celebration
Friday & Saturday July 7th & 8th, 2006 at St. Joe's Park, 1312 W. Theodore
Street, Joliet, IL, featuring The Finest In Polka Music!
to perform include:
- Eddie Blazonczyk's
Versatones from IL (Fri-Sat)
Biegaj & Crusade from OH (Sat)
Dynabrass from MI (Fri)
- Darrel Weltin's
New Brass Express from MI (Sat)
Majewski's Harmony Kings from WI (Sat)
of Brass from OH (Fri)
- One More Tyme
from IL (Sat)
The Polkia Days
will feature outdoor Polka fun for the entire family come rain or shine!
admission is $10.00 with attendees under 15 years of age admitted free of charge
when accompanied by an adult.
Salomón Canelo Concert, San Miguel de Allende|
On May 26th Salomón
Canelo gave his first public performance with diatonic accordion in a neighborhood
of San Miguel of Allende Guanajuato. His program was mainly Mexican music arranged
especially for diatonic accordion, and the event began at 4.30 PM.
Canelo also participated on the same day in a documentary made for the national
television of Venezuela, playing diatonic accordion. This program was transmitted
in Venezuela and also in several other countries in South America.
further information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many Musicians does it Take to Play A Gong? Nine!|
gamelan (a collection of native Indonesian instrumental string, wind and percussion
instruments) is called a 'gong' in its homeland.
Six members of the EDT
Folk Orchestra, including accordionist Dee
Langley, will collaborate with three guests from the Schubert Gamelan Ensemble
to perform an Indonesian song from the 12th century during the production of Ethnic
Dance Theatre's 'Beyond the Crescent Moon.'
This show takes place on June
2nd and 3rd at 8 PM; June 4th at 2 PM at the E.M. Pearson Theater, Concordia University,
312 N. Hamline Ave, St. Paul.
Indonesia is just one of the countries presented
by Twin Cities based Ethnic Dance Theatre. The Ethnic Dance Theatre's mission
is to foster understanding and awareness of world cultures through the re-creation
and presentation of traditional ethnic dance and music.
For further information
Semionov to appear at the ATG Festival|
Accordionists and Teachers
Guild, International (ATG) will held its annual competition and festival to
be held from June 29 - July 2nd, 2006 at the Ramada Mall of America and Thunderbird
Convention Center, 2300 East American Boulevard in Bloomington, MN 55425-1228
located at I-494 At the 24th Avenue Exit between I-35 W and I-35 E on I-494. The
cost per room is $89.00 (plus taxes) per night with single, double, triple or
Headlining the 2006 Festival is renowned Russian artist,
composer and teacher Viatcheslav
Semionov from Russia.
Mr. Semionov was born in 1946 in the ancient
city of Trubchevsk, Bryansk (about 300 KM south of Moscow). Following in the footsteps
of his father and grandfather, he began playing the bayan (chromatic accordion)
at the age of 7. After his father's initial tuition he continued his studies at
the Rostov Art College and the Gnessins' Musical Pedagogical Institute in Moscow
(now called the Russian Gnessins Academy of Music), one of the great musical centres
At 21 years of age his international career began, when he started
to take part in accordion competitions in Klingenthal, Germany (1967), Sofia,
Bulgaria (1968) and Berlin, Germany (1973), in all of which he was placed Laureate
of these competitions. As concert artist Viatcheslav Semionov has given concerts
in more than 30 countries.
Viatcheslav Semionov (who may rightly be called,
one of the founders of the modern school of the bayan) began teaching in 1968
at the Rostov Musical Pedagogical Institute. In 1988, Semionov was invited to
be a Professor of Gnessins Russian Academy of Music. Over fifty of his students
have been competition winners at international level and many others of his students
have won national competitions. Youri Shishkin, Anatoli Zaikin, Youri Dranga,
Yuri Medianik, Alexander Pouliev, Alexander Selivanov have received their education
from Prof. Semionov.
In addition to his intensive teaching schedule, he
pursued his career on the concert stage, for which he received the following accolades:
- 1977 Awarded the
title "Honored Artist of Russia"
Vice - President of the Music Committee of the Confederation Internationale Des
Granted degree of Professor
Professor at the Gnessins Russian Academy of Music, Moscow.
Awarded the Silver Disk at the Intern. Festival "Bayan and Bayanists"
- 1995 Awarded
the highest possible honor"People's Artist of Russia" by President Boris
- 2000 Laureate
awarded at the International Competition of Composers in Moscow
Elected to the Confederation Internationale Des Accordeonistes Music Committee
- 2004 Awarded the
Merit Award of the Confederation Internationale Des Accordeonistes
Order of Friendship presented by the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin
well as often being invited to give master classes at conservatories in Russia
and abroad, he is frequently asked to judge at international competitions. Since
1991 he has been playing duo with his wife Natalya Semionov who plays the domra
(a traditional Russian folk instrument). They have given concerts in the USA,
China, and extensively throughout Europe.
Viatcheslav is well known as
a composer for the bayan. His compositions, "First Sonata", "Basquriad
- Second Sonata" "Four Rhapsody: Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Estonia",
"Don Rhapsody", "Frescos - Concert for Bayan and Chamber Orchestra
in 3 movements", "Divertemento for Accordion or Bayan", "Caprice
No. 1", "Caprice No. 2", and others, are considered standard repertoire
by many accordionists in the world and his works are compulsory pieces for many
international accordion competitions. His compositions have been published in
both Russia and Germany. He has recorded several LPs and cassettes and in 1996
his first CD "Semionov plays his Transcriptions" was released.
guest artists at the ATG Festival will include:
Murl Sanders, Stas Venglevski,
Amy Jo Sawyer, Minnesota Accordion Quintet, Mike Alongi and Larry Malmberg, John
Scaffeo, Dan Newton and the Café Accordion Orchestra, Dee
Langley and Orkestar Bez Ime and The ATG Festival Orchestra under the direction
of Joan C. Sommers.
further information, please visit www.accordions.com/atg
Mountain Accordion Celebration|
your travels take you to Montana from Friday August 4 - Sunday August 6 - 2006,
a cultural surprise will await you in Philipsburg, Montana.|
at this years Rocky Mountain Accordion Celebration include: Lidia Kaminska...
you won't want to miss Lidia Kaminska in concert at the Opera House Theatre.
Lidia Kaminska has been thrilling audiences in Europe and the US, with her charismatic
King Bees of The Bayau (Zydeco) from Bellingham, Washington will be our
featured Saturday night dance entertainers. The King Bees play the fiery Zydeco
sounds of Louisiana and the ecstatic big beat of New Orleans.
this year are Mike and Margie Aman from Denver, Colorado, with a display
of Monarch accordions. The will be offering two workshops daily, Thursday through
The fun, exciting, Awesome Polka Babes will open Friday
evening on the Platzl. The Friday night dance will feature Toby Hanson and The
Thank you for sharing and we look forward to seeing
you smiling faces as you dance, tap your feet, feast and frolic, play your music,
in home town America - Philipsburg.
its beginning in August of 1997, the Rocky Mountain Accordion Celebration has
been a rousing weekend of dancing and listening to music, steak barbecues and
outdoor pancake breakfasts, concerts in the 1892 Opera House and a parade of homemade
With the platzl and the tented dance floors in the center of this
picturesque 1890's town, visitors, residents and participants alike find fun,
food and frolic. Dance or tap your toes to the music, in the sun or shade, by
starlight or streetlight
Philipsburg lies in the Flint Creek Valley between
Anaconda and Drummond. A quiet little village, Philipsburg has streets dressed
in 1880 vintage paint and exterior. It is surrounded by ranches, the Pintler Mountain
Range and superb fishing on Flint Creek and George Town Lake and the renowned
Accordion enthusiasts, players, and dancers come to strut
their stuff. Concerts are held in the 1892 Opera House Theater. Accordions of
all shapes and sizes perform on the streets, in the pubs, and all over the campgrounds.
Waltz, Polka, Two-step, Fox-trot or Tango to Ethnic music as well as ragtime and
jazz. If you sort of forgot how or have never danced, instruction is available.
The Celebration is one of sharing dancing, apple pie and the love of accordion
RV parking and Full Service hook ups are limited. Open Parking
available at Sunshine Station & the City Park, or anywhere else in Town. Residents
will share space and even rooms if necessary. Free Dump Station, Gas & Water available
at Sunshine Station. The area behind the museum is closed for construction.
Come early. Stay late. Fish, hike, explore the old mining towns or hunt for
For a complete schedule please visit: www.accordions.com/rmac
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