Dulci-More Festival 25 slated for Memorial Day weekend

LISBON – Dulci-More Festival 25 will be held at BSA Camp McKinley, 37748 Furnace Road on Memorial Day Weekend, May 24 to 26 featuring evening concerts from 7 to 9:15 p.m. all three days and Folk Music Workshops and Mini-Concerts from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Presenters include national, regional and local folk and dulcimer musicians. Activities include evening concerts; mini-concerts during meal times; over 60 workshops for beginners to advanced for mountain and hammered dulcimers, guitar, ukulele, autoharp, harp, fiddle, whistle, recorder, bowed psaltery, singing, songwriting, various song and music styles, jamming and more with workshops appropriate for children included during all workshop times; open stages; hymn/gospel/spiritual sing; song circles; jamming; vendors; food; primitive camping; and more. Additional information at www.dulcimore.org, bill@dulcimore.org or 234-564-3852.

Friday evening concert: Robert Force from Washington, mountain dulcimer and singer-songwriter and Ted Yoder from Indiana, hammered dulcimer and singer-songwriter

Saturday evening concert: Mustard’s Retreat (David Tamulevich, Libby Glover and maybe Michael Hough) from Michigan, singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists and Bob and Jeanne Zentz from Virginia, singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists

Sunday evening concert: Colin Beasley from Alabama, hammered dulcimer and percussion and Sarah Morgan from Tennessee, singer and mountain dulcimer

Registration for full weekend is $35 per person, public school age children are free with a responsible adult; or $10 per person for each evening concert; or $8 per person for daytime only on Saturday or Sunday; or $15 per person for either Saturday or Sunday daytime plus evening concert.