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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Pauline L
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 03:43 PM

What's the fuss? When is the Wedding Party? I didn't see it on the schedule. What is it, anyway? Who's planning all this? How about some clarification for us ignorant folks? I read that the Getaway is supposed to be *inclusive*.

Maybe we should have a Divorce Party so lots of us can be feted. There's plenty of good songs. I'd volunteer to lead one next year, but I know better.

Pauline


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: GUEST,MMario
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 03:48 PM

Pauline - wedding party is 1:30 to 3:00 on saturday - what could be more inclusive then a couple throwing their wedding reception/party open to FSGW getaway weekend? *grin*


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Tinker
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 03:55 PM

Pauline, it's scheduled right after lunch on Saturday in the TV room and is definately open to everyone. Rita did her best to be sure the conflicts could work out for everyone. SINSULL and I are planning and with help will attempt to lead what could prove a large and perhaps unruly crowd ( the groom seems to have friends of a questionable nature) ...
As Kendall and Jacqui C are getting married the day before Getaway we thought it would be appropriate to acknowledge it in song and good humor. In all inclusivity, when we reallized there were multiple newly weds around we wanted to be sure we got a change to give a few kind words to the young'uns as well.... Hope to see you there.

tinker


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Pauline L
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 05:13 PM

Tinker, thanks. I'm all for love, marriage, and, especially, inclusivity.

Pauline


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Pauline L
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 05:17 PM

I hope it's written on the latest schedule, which I haven't seen yet, so everyone will know that they're welcome to attend.
Pauline


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Charlie Baum
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 05:23 PM

A List of the workshops at this year's Getaway


The Saturday Schedule


The Sunday Schedule



(These links automatically update to the most recently posted edition.)


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Pauline L
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 05:57 PM

Tinker and MMario,

I had heard that there would be a celebration for Kendall and Jacki, but adding the other newlyweds is a nice touch. Whose idea was it? That person should get some extra kudos.

Is anyone going to bring rice to throw, or is that not PC?

Pauline


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Bobert
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 06:44 PM

Well, gol danged if I ain't sniffin' a conspiracy here...

My three loves are: P-Vine, blues and gardenin' and looks like my blues workshop is going to be at the same exact time as the gardenin' workshop??? Before the "new & improved" schedule, I was gonna get 1/2 hour of gardenin'... But now? Zip....

Now that's the blues...

Well, Janie, Iz still gonna bring some plants for sharin' and maybe we can hook up at dinner wid some of the other green thumbers...

Bobert


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Ferrara
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 07:03 PM

Pauline, you're right, it wasn't on the first list of workshops. Kendall had orignally asked me not to keep it a surprise. sorry! I forgot it had been omitted from that first list. Anyway, since he and Jacqui had announced that they were getting married we decided we could put it in the second round of info.

Bobert, my apologies, wish we could have gotten all this up sooner so's people would have a chance to clean up the problems we've caused :-)

Everyone, the what-to-bring web page is now up. I finished typing it, converted it to html, and said, "Whew. That's done." Forgot the small detail of uploading it to the web.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Jeri
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 07:11 PM

Is it gardening, or songs about plants and things?
Hmmm...I just thought of something that might work in the auction. Think anyone will want a little pot of creeping thyme grown from a bit plucked from the grave of F.J. Child? I'll pot some up tomorrow just in case.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Ferrara
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 07:35 PM

Just realized I never posted this address in the first place. I sent e-mails though. Directions to the Camp Ramblewood, and information on what to bring to the Getaway, are at
What-to-bring


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Bobert
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 07:35 PM

Well, Jeri, now ya' got me wonderin' is it is songs about gardenin'??? Oh well, I'm still bringing some goodies, including some Linten Roses, some lucimakia and some mazus and maybe a surprise 'er two...

Sorry to miss the workshop but....

Bobert


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Ferrara
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 07:37 PM

Songs about plants, trees, gardens, gardening, singing about nature, natural singing -- this is the Getaway! Any Excuse for a Song! As Bill says, "We tend to interpret the topic loosely."


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Bobert
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 08:59 PM

So, Rita, does this mean I should *not* bring any live plant offerings?

Bobert


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Janie
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 09:42 PM

Bobert, you bring me all the live plant offerings you wanna, ya hear!
Iff'n they're a little puny or something we will just sing 'em right back to health!

All kidding aside, definitely bring plants to share if you would like. I am confident you and I are not the only two gardeners at the Getaway. 'sides--they ain't really no rules!

I was VERY disappointed to see with the schedule change that I couldn't catch part of yours or you part of mine. But just the way it goes sometimes. I want to hear that Steven Stills song you mentioned in the last gardening thread, but there is plenty of singing and sharing aside from the workshops. So many great offerings and opportunities are packed into this weekend that I always have to miss something important to me, or leave something in the middle to go catch the end of something else. Life should always be so full of these kind of choices, eh?

See you there!

Janie


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: bbc
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 09:52 PM

Boy, I wish I could come! I know so many of you & would dearly love to see you & to hear the music. Unfortunately, I live a distance away & am on teaching schedule. I would have to leave Friday after school gets out & would need to come home Sunday afternoon--too short a weekend! I will certainly be there w/ you all in spirit; have a wonderful time!

best to all,

Barbara


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Jeri
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 10:27 PM

Bobert, I'm sure Rita will tell you the same thing: live baby plants good!

There's one guy who comes who's a fungus expert. One year, I remember he had traipsed all over the woods and brought back al different types of fungus: edible, inedible, beautiful, ugly, toadstools, mushrooms and cloud's ears, and he'd tell people about them.

The scheduled workshops and mini-concerts are great, but so are all the un-planned things that happen.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Ferrara
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 10:39 PM

Yeah, sigh, Bobert & Janie, that's a bummer. And, I forgot that we don't have a leader yet for campfire songs & stories. Eli Greer says he'll build a fire but doesn't want to be the leader. I sent an e-mail asking for volunteers. maybe I'll hold off a bit on printing the schedules until I hear.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Nancy King
Date: 12 Oct 04 - 11:51 PM

Here's the list of Getaway events in its latest -- and hopefully final -- form.

Getaway 2004 Workshops and Events SATURDAY

(Th = Theater Barn, TV = TV Room, WH = White House)

MINI-CONCERTS, by
    Jack Beck (2:00–2:30, Th): "Tradition bearer" from Scotland
    "Alaska Mike" Campbell (10:00-10:30, Th): Fine singer-songwriter from Alaska
    Elizabeth LaPrelle (12:00–12:30, TV): Wonderful young Appalachian singer
    George "El Greko" Papavgeris (3:30–4:00, Th): Popular singer-songwriter from England
    Chance "Fortunato" & Susette Shiver (3:30–4:00, Gym): Old-time country music and comedy
        
American Traditional Songs (3:00–4:00, TV): Judy Cook, Elizabeth LaPrelle

Ballads I (11:00–12:00, TV): Jack Beck, Lorraine Van Buren

Becoming a More Confident Singer (4:00–5:00, WH): Carly Gewirz – Bring your own experiences and tips

Big Fat Choruses (5:00–6:00, TV): Dan Schatz, Ed Trickett – Rolling melodic choruses to fill the room with harmony!

Blues Styles (5:00–6:00, Gym): "Bobert" Harrison – Share and compare blues picking and singing styles

Care and Feeding of Muses (10:30–11:30, WH): "Bearded Bruce" Gewirz , Leo "Mmario" Pola – Share ideas on encouraging your creativity!

Country and Western Jam (2:00–3:30, Gym): T. J. O'Malley

Craft – Using Drop Spindles (9:30–10:30*): Carly Gewirz – Come and learn this easy spinning technique, then practice all weekend! *Dining Hall patio if weather permits; White House if cold or wet

Food Songs (11:30–12:30, Th): Nan Goland – Yummy!

Hank Williams Era (10:00–11:00, Gym): Mary "Sinsull" Sullivan -- The legendary country singer and his contemporaries

Hoboes and Trains (4:00–5:00, TV): George Stephens

In Other Words (10:00–11:00, TV): Susan Clark, Lorraine Van Buren – Alternative words to familiar tunes, texts set to music, songs in foreign languages, or any "other" words!

Instrumental Harmonies/Slow Jam (5:00–6:00, Gym): Susan "A-R" Reid, Pauline Lerner – Playing with emphasis on harmony

Nature: Plants, Trees & Gardens (5:00–6:00, WH): Janie Endres – Songs about growing things

Real Soldiers' Songs (10:30-11:30, Th): Saul Broudy – Share the songs military personnel write & sing for themselves; Saul will sing songs from helicopter pilots in Vietnam

Shanties and Sea Songs (4:00–5:00, Th): Dick Swain, Darriel "Shadowmonk" Day, Allan Rathbone

Show Tunes (3:00-4:00, WH): Kathie Mack – Broadway, operetta, movies & other shows

Singin' the Fishin' (2:30–3:30, Th): Mary LaMarca, Norman & Betty MacDonald – Fish, fishing & fishermen

Skiffle/Jug Band (4:00-5:00, Gym): Jim "Gutbucketeer" Bunch, Max Spiegel – Bring your homemade or store-bought instruments and have a good time!

The Songs Kids REALLY Sing (2:00-3:00, WH): "Gorgeous Gary" Ehrlich – Irreverent stuff for older kids

Wedding Party (1:30–3:00, TV): Kathy "Tinker" DeWalt, Mary "Sinsull" Sullivan – Help Kendall Morse and Jacqui Clark, and other newlyweds celebrate their brand-new marriages!

What I learned from Rick Fielding (11:00–12:00, Gym): Jeri Corlew, "Big Mick" Lane – Memories, stories, songs and smiles!

       *************

Getaway 2004 Workshops and Events SUNDAY

(Th = Theater Barn, TV = TV Room, WH = White House)

MINI-CONCERTS, by
   
    Saul Broudy (3:00–3:30, TV): Folksinger, folklorist, collector
    "Big Mick" Lane (12:00-12:30, Th): Handsome Irish labor organizer who sings from the heart
    Norman and Betty MacDonald (10:30-11:00, Th): Songs from northeast "Geordie" England
    Sandy and Caroline Paton (1:30-2:00, TV): Collectors, performers, nurturers of American traditional music
    Ed Trickett (4:30-5:00, TV): Fine singer and finder of great songs

1930s Jam (1:30-2:30, Gym): Susette & Chance "Fortunato" Shiver – Play and sing lively tunes from the '30s

Ballads II (11:30-12:30, TV): Elizabeth LaPrelle, Caroline Paton

Blues Jam (2:30-3:30, Gym): Roger "in Baltimore" Himler

British Isles (2:30-3:30, Th): Jack Beck, Jacqui Clark – Songs from across the Pond

Civil War Era (2:00-3:00, TV): Judy Cook, Dick Swain – The Blue and the Gray

Colorful Characters (3:30-4:30, Th): Norman & Betty MacDonald – Unforgettable people in songs

Crime and Punishment (1:30-2:30, Th): Edmund "CET" Thomas, Charmion Chaplin-Thomas – Evil deeds and their consequences!

Fantasy Adventures (age 3 and up) (2:00-4:00, Dining Hall Patio): George Rathbone – Kids love this!

The Frozen North (5:00-6:00, TV): "Alaska Mike" Campbell, Edmund "CET" Thomas – Chilly!

Gospel (10:00-11:30, TV): Kathie Mack, Joe Offer

Historical Songs (3:30–4:30, TV): Jennifer Woods, "Big Mick" Lane – Historical events chronicled in song

LOUD Songs & Choruses (3:30-4:30, Gym): "Tone-Deaf Dave" Diamond – Open your throat and belt 'em out!

Old-Time and Carter Family (4:30-5:30, Th): "Songster Bob" Clayton, Pete Kraemer, Dick Levine

Parodies (4:30-5:30, gym): "Gorgeous Gary" Ehrlich, "Micca" Patterson

Recording your own CD (10:30-11:30, Gym): Dennis Cook, Sandy Paton – Pick up some pointers here!

Roots of the Music (3:00-4:00, WH): Dick Greenhaus – Field recordings and source singers

Song Collecting (5:00-6:00, WH): Saul Broudy, Sandy Paton – Tales and examples from years of collecting

Songs from a Hat (11:00-12:00, Th): Heather Wood – Think fast in this popular game of song titles and themes!

Songs So Bad They're Good (2:00-3:00, WH): Nancy King – Share those dubious treasures, the songs you love to hate (or hate to love…)

Songwriters' Workshop (11:30–12:30, WH): George "El Greko" Papavgeris, Dan Schatz – The songwriting process – and the results!

Times and Seasons (4:00-5:00, WH): Lisa Null – Times of day, times of year

Waltz Jam and Dance (11:30-12:30, Gym): Dottie Hurley, Lucy Goldberg, David Scheim

               ************


See you soon!
Nancy


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Fortunato
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 09:03 AM

"Big Mick" Lane (12:00-12:30, Th): HANDSOME?

Hand me the jug, Susette, I can't take this without a drink...


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Bill D
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 09:08 AM

she just said "handsome", she didn't say "handmore" or "handmost"....even you & I are hand 'some'...


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Big Mick
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 06:18 PM

My humble opinion is that this wonderful woman is an astounding judge of talent and looks. :^)

Mick


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: George Papavgeris
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 06:35 PM

I think there is a misunderstanding; the phrase was "the handsome Irish labor organizer". I assume you have lots of handsome Irish laborers, and Mick organizes them.

Right?


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Carly
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 07:13 PM

Jeri, the fungus expert is Paul Goland, a long-time Getaway attendee, who usually comes along with his talented wife, Nan (She is leading Food Songs this year.)I'm sure he would be happy to talk mushrooms with anyone interested.

I for one would love a bit of Child thyme.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Ferrara
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 08:33 PM

Heather Wood and Sue Mathieu have offered to lead (co-lead) the campfire sing. Thanks!

And, a bit of news, I hate to write it, but Sandy Paton has a bad chest cold/infection. He's been on antibiotics but it's still pretty fierce. It ain't at all adviseable for him to take such a long trip while he's this sick, not to mention sleeping in unheated quarters. So, the Patons won't be coming to the Getaway.

Well, I'm sure that while all of us will miss them a lot, we'd rather have Sandy take good care of his health than otherwise. He and Caroline send their love to all.

Have made a couple of appropriate minor adjustments to the program but all sessions but one are still in the same place. Will re-post the schedules sometime tonight or early tomorrow.

Rita


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Jeri
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 08:33 PM

Thanks, Carly. I know someone told me his name previously, but I'm horrible with names. I'll dig some up thyme. I was buzzing around today and didn't find the thyme. I have something a bit bigger for you, but I don't know if it will fit in the car. If I can squish it in there, it's yours.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Bobert
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 08:48 PM

Shrooms? Someone say shrooms? Hey, this is gonna be one fine time...

I ain't had no shrooms since the 60's...

Awww, jus funnin'. I think it was more like '70 or '71...

Well, I hope you green thumbers is ready fir some Bobert surprises 'cause I went out wid my shovel and trowell an' dug up 'bout 25 'er so pots of various cool plants... All perfectly leag plants, mind you... Just wish I could be there, rather than be leading the blues workshop, to watch you all fight over them... or not...

Bobert


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Ferrara
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 09:02 PM

final final final (I hope) changes to schedule are up. Janie, I think I finally got your last name spelled right.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Dani
Date: 13 Oct 04 - 09:35 PM

I was so looking forward to seeing you, Caroline and Sandy. As I was packing music for the trip up (just if needed to jog memories...) I though of you two over and over. I'm so sorry, but of course you need to do the smart thing. You will be sorely missed. Please take good care.

Dani


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Big Mick
Date: 14 Oct 04 - 02:24 AM

I am sick over this as I haven't had the pleasure of my dear friends (The Patons) company for several years, even though I speak to them by phone fairly regularly. Sandy, my dear friend, I hope all is well with you and soon. I will be in touch.

Love to both of you,

Mick


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: GUEST,MMario
Date: 14 Oct 04 - 08:41 AM

I'm bringing a 3 year old potted sapling of a Chinese PaperBark Maple - this is a second generation seedling from a speciman tree in Highland Park, Rochester, NY.

For the silent auction.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: Ferrara
Date: 14 Oct 04 - 01:10 PM

I've added emergency contact information to the What-to-bring page.

Will also send the usual e-mails.


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Subject: RE: 2004 Getaway Program info
From: wysiwyg
Date: 15 Oct 04 - 08:48 AM

MMario here - at WYSIWYG's - a pleasant visit last night with WYS, Hardi, CET, Charmain - excellent night's sleep - a lovely breakfast with coffee that you CANNOT see through - and soon to be on the road


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