LowellArts Song Camp
Songwriting Workshops and Camping May 15, 16, 17
LowellArts Song Camp
May 15, 16 & 17, 2020
Songwriting Workshops and Camping
This weekend-long songwriting workshop and camping experience features peer reviews, song critiques, song recordings, writing exercises, late-night song circles, jam sessions, and more. You can also enjoy Chakra balancing, a mushroom hunt, nature, and hiking on the Wenger property, which is located one-mile from LowellArts, with nine acres of woods, lawns, fire pits, and camp sites.
The event is hosted by musicians: Nicholas James Thomasma, Bruce Ling, Dede Alder, and Josh Rose. Registration will be open until all spots are filled, there are 30 spots available. The workshop fee includes all song-writing activities, recreational activities, on-site camping, and expertly prepared food for the entire weekend.
To register, sign-up on-line or call 616.897.8545.
Workshop fee: $125
A great gift for the aspiring young musician on your list! Gift certificates in any amount are available. Contact LowellArts to purchase.
Meals are included in workshop fee. Coffee, Iced Tea and well water will be available. Guests are encouraged to bring snacks, a water bottle and adult beverages for the fire pit. All meals prepared by Ted Bergin.
Taco Bar - Pulled Spicy Pork, Shredded Garlic Chicken, Refried Pinto Beans, Pinto Been Salad, Fresh Corn, Sweet Potato Hash, Pico De Gallo, Pickled Cabbage, Stir Fried Peppers and Onions, Corn and Wheat Shells, Sauces
Buttermilk Panckates, John's Homemade Light Maple Syrup, Maple Sausage, Mixed Fruit Salad
Spicy Vegetarian Black Bean Chili, Pork and Chicken Reprise, Rice, Preserved Lemon Salad with Tomato
Marinated Chicken Thighs, Pasta with Pesto and Fresh Parmesan, Cucumber Salad
Buttermilk Pancakes, Zeppole with Lime Glaze, Bacon, John's Homemade Light Maple Syrup, Mixed Fruit Salad, Seared Asparagus with Morels
* Menu from 2019
Attendees are encouraged to enjoy rustic camping onsite. Limited 110v electric and space is available for RVs on a first come, first serve basis. There are lots of great tent camping sites. Everyone is welcome to use the restrooms and showers in the house. We will be welcoming guests from Thursday evening until Sunday night.
Other lodging options, not included in workshop fee.
Full hookups for RVs are available at the home of the Kent County Youth Fair. This is .7 miles from the Wenger property. Contact the Kent County Youth Fair, 225 S Hudson, Lowell, phone: (616) 897-6050 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Main Street Inn
This seven room hotel is located on the Flat River in downtown Lowell. It is 1.6 miles from the workshop location. Contact Main Street Inn, 117 West Main Street, Lowell, Phone: (616) 897-1171.