Lorraine and Bennett lead the annual SAMW reunion jam session, starting at noon. http://www.wumb.org/samw/
Lorraine will speak about the history, construction, and playing technique of the American zither called the Appalachian dulcimer. She will demonstrate two historical examples from the Museum’s collection, including one by legendary maker John Edward Thomas, of Bath, Kentucky, made…
Lorraine and Bennett, with Cindy Kallett and Grey Larsen at the Nameless, First Parish UU, 3 Church Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA http://www.namelesscoffeehouse.org/pages/home.shtml
With Alan Kaufman, Martin Grosswendt and Many Celebrated Others in a special event at the Skellig Pub, Moody Street in Waltham, for the benefit of flood victim Tim Rowel and his Minuteman Music.
Lorraine and Bennett present their folk-music service, Mansfield, MA Congregational Church, 17 West Street, Mansfield, MA http://www.occmansfield.org/
Lorraine and Bennett teach and perform in Waretown NJ at the Lighthouse Center for Natural Resource Education. Fabulously beautiful setting for a folk festival, in the woods by the water. http://www.musicatbarnegatbay.org/
At the Friar Tuck Inn, Catskill, NY http://www.minstrelrecords.com/fmsny/eisteddfod/
Lorraine and Bennett begin teaching their fall banjo, dulcimer and guitar classes at the Cambridge Center for Adult Ed. In Harvard Square, www.ccae.org.