oon takes place in the lovely Farwell Hall at Folklore Village
, a nationally recognized folk arts and culture center. It's located
in the country just 45 minutes from Madison, Wisconsin.
Tenting and bunkhouses are on-site, and there are several motels within a short drive.
Please register early; we've sold out in recent years.
|"Thanks again for a fabulous weekend. The organization of your event is second to none!" -- Lori P.|
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. We've gotten requests from people for a way to connect with other dancers (e.g. for ride sharing), and this is an easy opt-in way to do it.
If you have questions, email SquirrelMoonReg@gmail.com
This year's Squirrel Moon dance features Notorious with caller Will Mentor.
The Band: Lauded as "sparkling" and "exhilarating”, Notorious musicians Eden MacAdam-Somer and Larry Unger present a thrilling musical experience in genres that span many continents. Notorious has been a featured ensemble at
such festivals as Falcon Ridge, Wheatland,
Festival of American Fiddle Tunes, Eastbourne International Festival, the Savannah
Folk Festival, Pinewoods, and the Augusta
The Caller: Will Mentor–formerly of Iowa– is a contra
- Eden MacAdam-Somer is one of the
most exciting and versatile young violinists
and singers performing today. She has been a
featured soloist with symphony and chamber
orchestras, jazz and swing bands, bluegrass,
DAWG and American folk groups.
- Larry Unger has been a full-time
musician since 1984 and has presented a
diverse range of musical performances across
the United States, Europe, and Scandinavia.
Titled “master guitarist” by Dirty Linen,
Larry has played with many top contra dance
bands. Larry’s original waltzes and fiddle
tunes have been played and recorded by
musicians around the world and can also be
heard in the Ken Burns documentary, Our
square dance caller from Northern
Vermont known for his clear teaching,
upbeat wit, and relaxed stage presence. He
loves to choreograph evenings with a variety
of dances and tempos that at times surprise
and always delight, all the while keeping
intact his guiding principle as a caller: "It's
about the dancers!"