83rd MOUNTAIN FOLK FESTIVAL
April 5-7, 2018, Seabury Center, Berea College, Berea, Kentucky
Pre-registrations are necessary for planning and preparing!
Leaders may order dance instructions, and receive links to websites for instructional videos and audio files of music to use for practicing the dances. The electronic “packet” may be ordered for $35 and may be furnished in hard copy for an additional fee.
Call Deborah Thompson at 859-985-3142 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to come early for the Street Dance kickoff, Thursday April 5, 6-8 p.m.!
Friday, April 6 – Dance all day!
Registration and check in at Seabury Center, old gym, second floor
8:15 – 11:00 a.m.
Warm-ups, begin polishing festival dances
11:00 – 11:45 a.m.
Singing for everyone
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Continue polishing festival dances
Spaghetti supper fundraiser hosted by the Festival Dancers (extra charge)
7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Dance party, open to the public
Saturday, April 7 – Dance all day!
8:15 – 10:00 a.m.
Warm-ups, festival dances and other fun dances
10:15 – 11:45 a.m.
Workshops on various dance types
Leaders’ lunch, others on your own
Required rehearsal for evening processional
7:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Gala processional and dance party, open to the public
After-party for festival participants
Dining in Berea
They accept cash and credit cards (sorry, no checks). Door prices for guests for individual meals (Prices do not include tax):
- Dinner……………. $10.39
- Special event meal….$10.99
PapaLeno’s – pizza and Italian dishes, moderately priced, usually fairly crowded at lunch.
Berea Coffee and Tea – coffee, soups, bagels, sandwiches, bag lunches can be ordered in advance which include sandwich, chips, pickle, drink and, for a bit extra, a big cookie.
Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant – moderately priced, fast service and big meals.
Cracker Barrel – Located off of exit 76 near Wal-Mart. Information about menus, prices, and food can be found at Cracker Barrel’s Web site.
Hong Kong Buffet – $5.95 lunch buffet all-you-can-eat.
Amish Store – Deli sandwiches and homemade soups, lots of bulk food items.
Street Side Cafe – Salads, sandwiches and soups; great burgers.
Noodle Nirvana – Asian food with a conscience. Variety of noodles can be paired with homemade sauces, choice of protein. 10% of profits and tips go to a local non-profit, this year the New Opportunity School for Women.
Dinner Bell – Locally owned home cooking.
Yamato – Japanese hibachi and sushi.
Berea College Farm Store – Lunch offered daily, Tuesday through Saturday. A variety of items including: sandwiches, tamales, quiche, soups, gyros, pizzas, bagels and specials inspired by international recipes. Made with ingredients produced by student farming enterprises.
Fast Food Restaurants:
- Long John Silvers/A&W
- Taco Bell
- Dairy Queen
- Gold Star Chili
Fairfield Inn and Suites
America’s Best Value Inn
The Holiday Motel
Holiday Inn Express