The Claremont Folk Festival:
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Where: Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. http://www.rsabg.org/
When: Saturday June 15, 2013. Time: 10AM-9PM
Tickets: $25. Click Here to Buy Tickets.
Children 12 and under are free.
Volunteer: Thanks everyone. We currently have all the volunteers we need.
Janet Klein & Her Parlor Boys
Leon Mobley and Da Lion
Moira Smiley and Voco
Gonzalo Bergara Quartet
The Black Tongued Bells
African Drumming with Leon Mobley
Cajon Drumming with Homero Chavez
Songwriting with Rick Shea
European and American Folk Songs with Voco
Gypsy Guitar with Gonzalo Bergara
Ukulele with Janet Klein and Ian Whitcomb
Succulent planters w/ RSABG
Mosaic Making Studio with Leigh Adams
Drum Circle with The Wahlbangers
Didgeridoo with Steve Goode
Protest Songs with Ross Altman
Harmonica with Kevin Marin
Jewelry – Screaming Peacock Jewelry
Natural Soy candles & bath products – Fiamma Naturals
Vintage prints & posters – Jan Verdries
Cigar box guitars, banjos & ukuleles – Richard Briggs
Digeridoos – Geoff Frost
Ceramics – JoAnne Campanella
Blown Glass – Ivan Adaniya
Mosaic art – Dragonfly Mosaic Art
Vintage, Repurposed Items – Plaid Kat Designs
Carlos Bolanos, Certified Financial Planner
Mike F. O’Brien, Attorney at Law
In 1970, a small group of dulcimer players began meeting in Memorial Park in Claremont. They established the annual Dulcimer Festival that grew quickly and soon became known as the Claremont Folk Festival. In 1979, the group formalized into the Claremont Spring Folk Festival forming its own non-profit organization under the auspices of the Folk Music Center Museum Articles of Incorporation. After 26 years, the Festival has dropped the “Spring” to become once again the Claremont Folk Festival. The Festival is supported by fund raising efforts, donations, and sponsers in order to continue the Folk Music Center and Folk Music Center Museum’s nearly 50 years of bringing sensational musical talent to the Claremont community.