Klamath River ‘MandoJam’ Combines Camping, Music

MandoJam photos by William Grant MacDonald

MandoJam is a 3-day music camp starting Thursday evening (Aug. 25) with acoustic workshops, jams, and fun in the sun on the Klamath River in Northern California. There will be access to swimming, rafting, hiking, and more. Come learn and play music in a supportive environment and a beautiful setting.

All levels and any players of acoustic string instruments are welcome. Begins Thursday evening with a 6 p.m. potluck and goes until Sunday brunch. Cost $225/person, includes lodging (hostel-style lodging in cabins or camping) one group meal per day (participants responsible for other meals) and all workshops and jam circles. Visit the MandoJam webpage for more details.

What: Klamath River Acoustic Music Camp
When: August 25-28, 2011
Where: Sandy Bar Ranch, 797 Ishi-Pishi Road, Orleans, CA 95556
Cost: $225

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