It's Over!: Potomac Native American Flute Festival
Latest News (April 7): Festival is over for 2013. It was a fantastic event. We're leaving up the Vendor page (to the right) until the next Festival so that you can always check back. We'll leave the Workshops (to the right) page up for a while too in case you need to remember a workshop presenter. And check out the photo albums posted at our Facebook page.
NEXT NORTHERN VIRGINIA FLUTE CIRCLE
Sunday, June 2, 2013, 2:00-5:00pm
Hosted by Karen Rugg at Greenspring Gardens in Alexandria, VA. Please click on the Northern Virginia Flute Circle link above for more details and directions.
NEXT POTOMAC FLUTE CIRCLE
Saturday, June 15, 2013, 2:00-5:00pm
Hosted by Kathryn Warren in Annapolis, MD. Please click on the Potomac Flute Circle link above for more details and directions.
SUMMER PICNIC AND OPEN MIC
Sunday, July 7, 2013: 1:00-6:00pm - Summer Picnic and Open Mic at the Seafarers Yacht Club, Washington, DC / Host: Jim Disbrow (more details to follow)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Reserve the Date! - Mark Holland/N.Scott Robinson House Concert
We excited to be hosting Mark Holland and N Scott Robinson in a house concert on Friday evening, August 9th in Vienna, VA, Mark and Scott released their latest CDs "Wind & Fire" and "Lost in the Beauty of it All," and will be playing songs from these albums. Mark Holland has been a long time friend of the Potomac Flute Festival, and has performed at several of the festivals. N Scott Robinson is a consumate percussionist and tours with Mark around the country. This is a rare opportunity to see and hear these two performers live. You won't want to miss it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Registrations are coming in fast! Reserve your place soon for the 2013 Flute Fall-In
What is the Flute Fall-In? - A four-day (Thursday evening through Sunday morning) retreat to Camp Bethel near Roanoke.
Thursday,October 10, 2013
Friday, October 11, 2013
Saturday, October 12, 2013
Sunday, October 13, 2013
Note 2) we will set a schedule of walks and other activities, depending on the weather, the first night.