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SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup

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GUEST,Jim Oakden 13 Dec 19 - 08:18 PM
GUEST,Ed Silberman 14 Dec 19 - 03:05 AM
Joe Offer 14 Dec 19 - 03:48 PM
GUEST,diplocase 14 Dec 19 - 04:21 PM
Joe Offer 15 Dec 19 - 01:40 AM
GUEST,Yvette Tannenbaum (email) 15 Dec 19 - 08:12 PM
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GUEST,Ed Silberman - from Harmony List 16 Dec 19 - 12:42 AM
GUEST,Ed Silberman - from Harmony List 16 Dec 19 - 12:43 AM
Joe Offer 16 Dec 19 - 05:36 PM
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David Ingerson 18 Dec 19 - 03:28 AM
Joe Offer 18 Dec 19 - 03:24 PM
GUEST,Mike Bechler aka GUEST 18 Dec 19 - 03:40 PM
Joe Offer 19 Dec 19 - 01:21 AM
Joe Offer 23 Dec 19 - 01:02 AM
GUEST,Jim Oakden 26 Dec 19 - 07:29 PM
GUEST,Kathryn LaMar (by email) 26 Dec 19 - 07:30 PM
GUEST,Camp Harmony Committee email 26 Dec 19 - 09:10 PM
Joe Offer 27 Dec 19 - 01:07 AM
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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Jim Oakden
Date: 13 Dec 19 - 08:18 PM

Hi Joe
After further discussion with David, we'd like to have the Sunday Quebec session (see my 03:56 message) in Maple from 1.30-3.45. The kitchen is too small.
I'd like to keep the Scandi and Breton sessions as I requested earlier today.
thanks yet again...
The evening dance schedule is proving to be complicated, but I'll let you know when its finalized.
Jim
Moved to Maple, but I hope you mean Saturday 1:30-2:30, which is when you requested the kitchen session. -Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Ed Silberman
Date: 14 Dec 19 - 03:05 AM

Joe -
please put em down for New Years songs on Tuesday the 31 at either 1:30 or 2:45, in the Museum. Thank you

Hi, Ed - Museum is booked all day Tuesday. Can I give you a 90-minute slot on Muir/Carson on Tuesday, 4-5:30 PM?


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 14 Dec 19 - 03:48 PM

Help Wanted: Robert Rodriquez is looking for a Canadian-style fiddler to accompany him on a story. He hopes to find a fiddler who can dance a bit or at least move his feet while fiddling.


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2010 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,diplocase
Date: 14 Dec 19 - 04:21 PM

JOE OFFER

Joe, can you possibly move my "Less-known Wassails" workshop from Saturday 11 a.m. to the same time slot on Sunday? a couple of the people who have already offered to lead a song won't be there yet on Saturday. Many thanks! Casey


Done. Museum, Sunday, 11-12


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 15 Dec 19 - 01:40 AM

I've entered all requests I have received up to now.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Yvette Tannenbaum (email)
Date: 15 Dec 19 - 08:12 PM

Hi Joe, Hope all is well with you and looking forward to seeing you again soon.

I would like to do a workshop: "Songs of Social or Political or Environmental Significance, from 11 - noon in the museum room. Hope that the spot is still available.

Yours for a song,

Yvette

Got it, Yvette. Hope Saturday is OK. -Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST
Date: 15 Dec 19 - 10:02 PM

Hi Joe --

thanks for the nudge.
Looking at the calendar, I'm thinking maybe we will try something different this year, and have the Irish Set Dance workshop each morning from 9:45 to 10:45...

(If there is a big drop in attendance, or requests to reschedule, we can examine the options for the last two days)

Thanks!
Michael R
Thanks, Michael. It's good to have you back. -Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Ed Silberman - from Harmony List
Date: 16 Dec 19 - 12:42 AM

Calling all Jews. Camp Harmony and the last fore knights of Chanukah overlap this year. Lets' bring our menorahs and convene in the dining room like wee have before


Thanks Ed! Yes, we should do this for sure! I also noticed that we all start arriving on Friday this year so workshops don't start till Saturday. Which makes me wonder if we can do our usual Shabbat celebration at camp as well, since apparently we can't sign up for it as a workshop. I have sent an email to Joe Offer inquiring about that, and how we might sign up or otherwise arrange to do that. Joe and/or any of the usual Harmony planners - please let us know about this - thanks!

Deborah Sandler


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Ed Silberman - from Harmony List
Date: 16 Dec 19 - 12:43 AM

The Ceilidh is dead, long live The House Party.

Using an Irish word for it's name led many people to think i twas a Celtic event and there was no place for them if they didn't practice a Celtic art.

Indeed I was inspired by a Celtic ceilidh i witnessed in Aberdeen, so i kept the word ceilidh. But the word "ceillidh" means "together." My dream was an event that would draw the whole camp together under one roof: Celtoids, Swing kats, Dancers of every stripe,Old-timers, Songsmiths, Protesters, Nueve Cancion canters, Storytellers, Bluesers, CountryWetern singers, Francophones, Yiddophiles, the gamut of things that make up Camp Harmony. But many thought is just celtic stuff. Ironically a word that means together kept us a part.

So -- The House Party

A few words for those who haven't attended before. The House Party is an attempt to replicate an old fashioned party where neighbors gather and entertain each other with their own "party peices." One person tells a story, another sings a country song, someone has a good joke, a fiddler plays a lively tune, the rug is rolled up and dancing breaks out, a ballad singer holds forth, a banjo player breaks down, a blueser wails and moans till we all feel better, drinking songs are belted out, rounds go around, someone sings a new song she's written, yo-yo tricks are displayed, Yoyo Ma is impersonated, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.

The event is unplanned. The "man of the house" (that being me, but one of these times maybe someone would like to step in) calls on his talented guests following the flow of the moment. It's all improv. If there were a plan it just would be another talent show. I welcome people to tell me they want to be called so i know who's willing and able, I may approach you during the day before and ask if you would to be called. But there are no promises made in either case, the spontaneity is what makes it .....

The House Party


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 16 Dec 19 - 05:36 PM

Whew!
Caught up to this point, and I think I corrected all my mistakes...
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 18 Dec 19 - 01:31 AM

from email
Hi Joe,
Thank you so much for all your schedule massaging! We're very glad to have a 90-minute slot for the Yes M'am concert, but we're a little concerned about being in conflict with Bob & Judy's concert. Could we move to 4:00pm on Sunday in the Muir room? We'll always conflict with something, but this seems like a better fit.
Many thanks,
Margaret

Your many fans may have to miss sea chanteys, but such is life. -Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: David Ingerson
Date: 18 Dec 19 - 03:28 AM

Sorry to add to your burden, Joe, but it turns out that I won't be arriving until Saturday evening. Could my concert be moved to Muir/Carson on Sunday afternoon? Or some other not-Saturday time, preferably not opposite a ballad session.

Thanks for all your work on this huge project.

Cheers,

David


Hi, David, How's Muir/Carson, Sunday, 1:30-2:30? -Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 18 Dec 19 - 03:24 PM

Think I'll wait until the end of the day to enter these. Once-a-day entering seems to be more efficient.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Mike Bechler aka GUEST
Date: 18 Dec 19 - 03:40 PM

Please change the title of my Sunday workshop. Instead of Capos and Barres, call it Capos, Barres and Chord Voicing.

It will draw the wrong crowd (or none at all) with its current title.

Thanks, Mike
Got it. Hope it fits. -Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 19 Dec 19 - 01:21 AM

Done to here. Hope I got it right.
The format at joe-offer.com looks really good on my phone.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 23 Dec 19 - 01:02 AM

from email Dec 27:

Hi Joe,

I've never signed up ahead of time for a workshop, but Cathy and Rob Katz asked me to and the only time we overlap is Monday from 11 to noon, since they're leaving after lunch Monday. I see that the Museum space is still open then, from https://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=166545 but I won't be getting to camp until late Sunday afternoon.

Could you do me a favor and sing us up for Monday 11-noon, whenever convenient? I see from http://joe-offer.com/ that I missed the online signup deadline by 2 hours.??

Thanks much, Peter Ross


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Jim Oakden
Date: 26 Dec 19 - 07:29 PM

Hi Joe
I've been trying to get on mudcat for a few days, then dug out your msg saying it was down.
Anyway, here's the evening dance schedule. Organizing things has been hard this time, and the swing dance format is still up in the air. First dance will probably be at 8, second at 10, but that is subject to change at camp.
thnks
Jim


1        Fri        open        
2        Sat        ECD, International        Mary L, Madge
3        Su        swing        tba
4        M        French, Irish        Gary B; Michael R
5        Tu NYE        Contra, waltzes?        several


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Kathryn LaMar (by email)
Date: 26 Dec 19 - 07:30 PM

Hi Joe,

Happy Holidays (all of them), and thanks for keeping us apprised of the workshop sign-up process. I would like to give a workshop on "Native American Flute Playing" on Saturday at 2:45 in the Kitchen, and to host a "Fretted Dulcimer Jam/Playaround," also at 2:45, but on Tuesday--in the Kitchen or Bay.

Since I missed last year, I don't have a feeling for the various rooms, but I assume that "No Jams" means that instrumental music or methods classes should be elsewhere? I suggested Bay as an alternative location for the dulcimer jam because it's different from the Kitchen--also Kitchen looks like it is the only under-used space, but I presume that cooking and food-prep occurs elsewhere?

Anyway, if you don't have time to fit these in, or have doubts about these, I'll check at camp, and use yellow stickies when appropriate! There does seem to be a dearth of instrumental workshops this year--I wanted to attend a uke w/s, but don't see one posted. I'm bringing along two, just in case.

Kathryn

Hi, Kathryn - I put both in the Kitchen. I think it will work best for you. But you can change when you get to camp.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST,Camp Harmony Committee email
Date: 26 Dec 19 - 09:10 PM

We're very excited to welcome you! Please read these important reminders:
  • On the first day you are registered, arrive AFTER 2:00 pm.
  • Every camper needs to bring their own linens and towels! Walker Creek is not providing them this year. Your housing assignment email also has many helpful hints about what to bring, and answers a lot of questions. And speaking of what you bring...
  • Every year at Camp Harmony, our clean-up crew brings home a phenomenal quantity of left-behind objects. Be mindful while you are at camp, and check before you leave that you have all your belongings.
Please read the below information on etiquette at Camp, even if you have attended in the past:

Etiquette at Camp Harmony (and other SFFMC Events) Thank you for registering for Camp Harmony! You may be an old hand at San Francisco Folk Music Club camps, or you this might be your first time coming to the New Year's Camp. Either way, we'd like to remind you of some of the ways we all get along together. These basic rules of etiquette are some general guidelines to make sure that everyone has the best experience of camp possible.

Workshops

  • Workshops are focused on a single subject, and generally have a facilitator who would like to present or share some material. Often, but not always, there is an intention for other participants to share what they have as well.
  • Workshop leaders should arrive on time and let the other participants know what is expected of them.
  • Workshop leaders should also be aware of the time and end on time so the next workshop can start on time.
  • Workshop leaders have final say in the format of their workshop. It's their show, please let them host it the way they wish. If there is general sharing of material, they may choose to go around the room in a circle, where everyone gets a turn (time permitting), or they may choose to go popcorn-style, where people go in a more organic order.
  • Participants may pass when it comes to their turn; it is also common for them to make a request for a song or other piece that they would like to hear but don't know (or aren't confident about). This is fine, with the understanding that not every request needs to be fulfilled.
  • Singing along with the choruses is generally encouraged; a person leading a song should indicate and possibly rehearse the chorus if its not a well-known song. That said, bear in mind that a person may be singing a different version of the song than you know, so listen carefully the first time through just to be sure. Even if they get the song wrong, that's how the folk music process works, so bear with it and if you have questions about a version, ask after the song or after the workshop is over.
  • If someone stumbles over the words, ask before helping. They may need their memory jogged in a different way or be working on a different version.
  • If you're stumbling over the words, ask for help. There's no shame in a mental lapse.
  • Let the song leader be the song leader. Don't take over a song that someone else is leading simply because they're not as strong a singer or as familiar with the song as you are. Similarly, don't play an instrument on a song someone else is leading unless you have been asked.

Jam Sessions

  • Jam sessions are made up of a group of musicians, often with many different instruments, all playing the same song. They can be happen in the regular workshop spaces, or in one of several jam-friendly areas around the camp, or even in private rooms. They may or may not be planned.
  • Listen before you start playing, especially if you're not familiar with the other performers.
  • If you come upon a public jam session already in progress, it's still polite to ask if you can join. This is doubly true if you play percussion, brass, or battlefield instruments (drums, horns, or bagpipes).
  • Be respectful of private spaces. If you hear great music coming from a camper's residence and there's no sign welcoming you in, knock or just listen. Please be considerate of nappers and sleepers who share your lodgings.

Dances

  • Anyone may ask anyone to dance. The tradition at camp is to change partners for each dance. We especially encourage folks to ask dancers who have been sitting out, and experienced dancers to ask new dancers, so that everyone gets a chance to dance.
  • People of any gender may dance either role, or both. If you know how to dance one role and want to learn the other, plenty of folks in the hall will be happy to partner with you and help you out. Dance with whoever comes at you. Don't assume that the role someone is dancing is based on their gender presentation.
  • You are always free to say no when someone asks you to dance. You don't have to give a reason you can just say No, thank you. If you ask someone to dance and they say No, take it gracefully and move on.
  • Communicate your needs to your partner so they know how to give you the most comfortable dance. You can always speak up if a dancer is doing anything that makes you uncomfortable: for example, Please swing slower, or, I'd like your hand a little higher.
  • Be sensitive to the safety of your fellow dancers. Never force a partner to twirl or jerk a partner's hand, arm or shoulder. Always ask your partner if it is ok, before doing your own special swing move, twirl or dip.
  • Dance conservatively with anyone you don't know well. Remember that your partner's comfort zone may be different than yours. Respect others personal dance space, do not dance too close or insist on eye contact.
  • Please be thoughtful in your hygiene and do not wear scented products. Some dancers are hypersensitive or allergic to highly scented products such as perfume, aftershave, etc,. and others react to odors such as spices, onions, garlic or body odor.
  • Respect our dance halls. Wear shoes with clean, soft soles. No drinks or food are allowed on the dance floor.
  • Pay attention to the caller during a walk though. Even if you do not need to hear the walk through, allow others to learn.
  • Please thank the band and caller. They are all volunteers and fellow campers!

Concerts

  • Concerts are performances by one person or a small group. There is a general concert every night after dinner that anyone can sign up for or attend. Also, there may be concerts listed in the general schedule in various event spaces. Attendance is open to everyone.
  • Performers should arrive on time and be prepared for any setup they need to do. Please also be aware that it takes a few minutes for people to make their way to a location, so giving the audience a few minutes to arrive is a good idea.
  • Performers should also leave time at the end of their show for announcements, and make space for the next workshop. Consider moving elsewhere if you have time-consuming business-like mailing lists or CD sales.
  • Please hold questions and comments until the end of the performance unless invited otherwise.
  • Unless invited to sing along, please let the performer do the performance. Be respectful of the performer's effort and training, and of the audience's desire to hear the performer and not you.
  • If you arrive late, please wait on the edge of the performance space until the performer is between songs. That minimizes disruption to the audience's enjoyment. If you have to leave early, please wait until between songs for the same reason.

General Camp Etiquette

  • We are counting on you to do your chores. You are asked to do a number of chores depending on your age and the amount of time you stay at camp, and these tasks are important to the smooth functioning of the camp. Please do your share!
  • Also note that leading a workshop is not a chore. Leading a workshop is something you offer to the rest of camp, and is entirely optional. Doing chores is part of the cost of your stay at camp, and is NOT an option.
  • Cover your cough. Especially in the dining hall. Use the chicken wing method.

Ralph

Ralph is the name of a hypothetical camper who also answers to the pronoun they. Ralph gets many things done around camp, from cleaning up messes to arranging chairs to organizing a call to the person who's missing camp this year. The camp runs better with Ralph doing the things that need doing, that are within their capacity and authority to do.

WE ARE ALL RALPH.

So when you think to yourself, Hey, they should do this thing to make everyone's experience of camp better, remember that Ralph answers to they, and that you're Ralph, and see if maybe you should be the one to do that thing.

Thank you for being considerate and welcoming of our fellow campers, and making Camp Harmony the best experience it can be for all the diverse people who attend. We hope you have a great time this year, and for many years to come!

Yours in Harmony,
The Camp Harmony Committee


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 27 Dec 19 - 01:07 AM

OK, it's 10 PM (pacific) on December 26, so I'm closing online signups for Camp Harmony workshops. If you'd like to lead a workshop, please sign up in person with a yellow sticky note at camp.
I'll keep the schedules updated here, and at my Website, http://joe-offer.com/

I think you'll find that the schedules at my Website work better on your phone, and you can download each day's schedule each morning. I'll print schedules, too.

See you at camp.

-Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: GUEST
Date: 27 Dec 19 - 04:08 PM

Hi Joe

This is Jim Tepperman - is it possible to give a title to the "Jim Tepperman/Peter Tracy Jam" ""Spin-the-Bottle Beatles"


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 28 Dec 19 - 01:18 AM

Saturday schedule is up-to-date. Other days will be updated by midnight of the day before.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 29 Dec 19 - 04:03 AM

Sunday schedule updated Saturday 11 pm.


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 30 Dec 19 - 02:15 AM

Monday schedule updated at 11 PM Sunday. Hope I did it right. One more to go!


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 30 Dec 19 - 12:59 PM

Monday schedule updated Monday morning at 9 am. We are on top of it this year, folks.


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Subject: RE: SF Camp Harmony 2019-2020 - Workshop Signup
From: Joe Offer
Date: 01 Jan 20 - 08:49 PM

Well, I think the camp was quite a success. If anybody has ideas or suggestions, feel free to post them here.

On the last night of camp, Walker Creek Ranch provided two gooseneck lamps, and they were perfect for stage lighting for our nightly concerts. We'll have to remember to ask for them at the beginning of camp next time.

There was an instrumental session in the room next to the a cappella singing on the last night, and the music bleedover made it difficult for some singers. I think we should keep instrument sessions in the bathhouse building or Maple, and singing in the Discovery Center (Museum, Muir, and Carson). The kitchen in the Discovery Center has good sound insulation, so instrumental sessions were not a problem there.

The only problem with the three rooms in the bathhouse, is that people have to get through them to go to the bathrooms. We'll have to talk about that.

I gather that Buckeye was just fine for dancing, and that Maple was fine for everything.

See you at camp next year.

-Joe-


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