2014 Schedule

guy The festival program features traditions from a dozen different cultures—plus a host of strolling musicians who spread the festival spirit up and down Main Street. Two options for viewing the program are below.  Learn more about our wonderful PERFORMERS here.And scroll down for more about ARTISANS and ACTIVITIES.

1) 2014 FESTIVAL PROGRAM AND MAP (11×14)
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2) 2014 SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE

Saturday , May 31|  10 am – 8 pm
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SOUTH VENUE
| In the Millspace

10:30-11:00 | Indian Dancers of the Seacoast:
Classical Dances of India

11:00-11:20 |  Hip Hop Dance Crew

11:30-12:30 | Accordion Man Gary Sredzienski: Music of the Old Country

12:30-12:50 | Natasin Laotian Dancers of Newmarket

1:00-2:00 | Flamenco Dance Project: Spanish Flamenco Dancing

2:00-2:20 | John Grimes of Riverdance

2:30-3:30 | New England Irish Harp Orchestra and
the McDonough-Grimes Dancers:
Irish Music & Dance

3:30-3:50 | Meet the Harps!

4:00-5:00 | Chinese Folk Art Troupe: Diabolo, dragon dance, and more

5:00-5:30 | Diabolo Workshop

5:45-6:30 | Fabulous Bel Airs: Doo Wop & Oldies Favorites

7:00-8:00 | Akwaaba Ensemble: West African Drumming & Dancing

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NORTH VENUE
| In the Lobby, Level 2

10:30-1:30 | Auld Scotch:
Scottish Tunes
2:00-5:00 | Opa’s Oompah Band:
Bavarian Music

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DOWNTOWN | Model Trains at the Legion

10:00-12:00 | Fiddling Thomsons:
World Music
12:00-4:00 | Sam Southworth: Folk and More

 

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STROLLING MUSIC
| Trolley (T), Main Street (M) & South Entrance (S)

10:00-1:00 | Vibe Quartet: Barbershop Tunes (T-M-S)
                   | Opa’s Oompah Band:
Bavarian Music (S-T-M) 
                   | Sax Pack: American Favorites (M-S-T)
1(T-M-S)
0:30-1:30

1:30-4:30 | Myschyffe Managed:
Medieval Madrigals (T-M-S)
1:30-4:30 | Eastern Sound Trio:
Polish Music (S-T-M)
1:30-4:30 | Dick Kaplan’s Jazz Band:
Jazz Favorites (M-S-T)
30-4:30

5:00-8:00 | Myschyffe Managed: Medieval Madrigals (T-M-S)
1:30-4:30 | Patriot Fife and Drum:
Colonial American (S-T-M)
4:30-7:30 | Snap Four:
Gypsy Jazz (M-S-T)
4:30-7:30

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ARTISANS | North Venue

The North Venue is packed with artisans at work and “try-it-yourself” traditional arts. Black smithing, barrel making, printing, pottery making, calligraphy, wood carving, wool felting, and more. Watch, learn, and be inspired! more

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GOODIES, GIFTS, and GREAT EATS!
| In the Mills and About Town

Fine arts and crafts, great gifts, delicious food–be sure to enjoy the festival vendors in the South and North venues. Plus, visit dozens of local merchants in the Newmarket Mills and along Main Street. Learn about pickling. Watch an upholstery demonstration. See a high-end bike being constructed. Enjoy French crepes, Brazilian specialties, homemade soup, and more.   more

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ACTIVITIES
| About Town

The Bristol S-Gauge Model Railway is chugging at the American Legion Hall. Medieval Knights are roaming the streets–and posing for photos. Take a guided tour of the downtown village or the mills. Also about town: The Stone School Museum is open for business. The Newmarket Gardeners are selling plants. And the Community Church is hosting a Soup and Chowder Supper.  more