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Naomi and Tamsyn Russell, Tonya Kearley, photo by Rick West


step fiddlers Wassail 2011, photo by Rick West

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9th Annual Wassail - December 21
   
(added Nov 11)


2014 NL Folk Festival
38th Annual NL Folk Festival

August 8, 9 and 10, 2014
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Katie Baggs, photo by Rick West

Folk Night at the Ship Pub

9th Annual Holiday Wassail - December 21st

 

George St. United Church

The Annual Holiday Wassail at George Street United Church is scheduled for 2:00 pm on Sunday, December 21, 2014!

The show lineup includes Jenny Gear and Sandy Morris, Bob Macdonald with Bill Rose and Bud Gaulton, Emma Peckford, a Ukrainian-themed performance from the Cherwick family, fiddlers extraordinaire Maile Graham-Laidlaw and Tatsu Oki, and intermission music by Len Penton, the STEP Fiddlers, our resident mummers troupe, the Mummers and the Paupers, and a couple more surprises yet to come...

Tickets are going quickly... Tickets are $10 and available at the NLFAS office at Suite 206 223 Duckworth between 9:00 and 3:00 Monday to Friday. That is the second floor of the building between Moksha Yoga and the Club restaurant. Please feel free to call 576-8508 to ensure some one will be here when you arrive as we may step out and miss you if you just show up. We are processing ticket sales with cash only please!

 

Facebook Event

 

We have sponsorship opportunities for local businesses and individuals (hey, they come with tickets!) so feel free to send an email to events@nlfolk.com or call the office @ 576-8508 to secure yourself an ad space, some show tickets and the warm fuzzy feeling that comes from supporting the cause!

Kids 12 years and under are free when accompanied by an adult.

The doors open at 1:30 and the Wassail runs from 2 to 4:30 pm with a short intermission.

 

As you may be aware, this event regularly sells out so be sure to get your tickets early! Any updates will be posted on our Facebook page and Twitter feed.

 


The mandate of the Folk Arts Society is to "produce arts festivals for the purpose of education and advancing the public's understanding and appreciation of Newfoundland and Labrador folk arts and to educate artists through participation in such festivals and related workshops; and to educate the public in folk arts through performances in public places and seminars".