Traditional New England Barn Dances

Dudley Laufman & Jacqueline Laufman

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Sanbornton - 34 Wadleigh Rd, Sanbornton, NH 03269

I-93 north to exit 22. RIGHT at the exit ramp's end onto 127 west.

RIGHT onto Johnson Road (which happens to be across from the southbound exit ramp)

Road winds and comes down to a one-car-bridge, so don't speed.

After bridge, stay uphill to your left.

At the top of that hill, with old cemetery on the right corner and Wadleigh Road mailboxes (Wadleigh Rd sign disappeared in the winter), take that right.  

Red barn on the left. Follow parking directions. 

Barn is a large heated beautiful hall. No high heels, please.

 

Wind in the Timothy (our house), Canterbury, NH

        322 Shaker Road, third house north of Shaker Village

I-93 to Concord
Exit 15 East ramp onto  I-393 toward Loudon/Portsmouth
Exit 3, Rt 106 North (turn left at end of Ramp) toward Loudon/Laconia
Go 6.5 miles on 106
Turn left onto Shaker Rd and stay straight for 3.3 miles
3rd house after Shaker Village on LEFT is our house (If you get to brick house on Right you've gone too far)
    IMPORTANT: Driveway curves to left immediately, this is to distinguish from a range road across from the brick house that goes straight down and you'll never get out!

 

 

Canterbury Parish House in Canterbury Center, off of Rt. 132.

        Canterbury is just north of Concord, NH off of I-93 or Rt. 106.

 

Gilmanton Academy & Town Hall, Gilmanton, NH

        Junction of Routes 107 and 140

 

East Concord Community Center, Concord, NH

        Exit 16 off I-93, bear right and right again onto Eastman St

 

Maine Fiddle Camp, Montville, Maine

Montville is right next to Liberty (in fact, they used to be one town called Davistown), just a little ways off US Route 3 in the inland part of Maine's central midcoast region.

From the intersection of Rt. 220 and Rt. 173 in Liberty, proceed South on 173 one mile, through Liberty Village, then when 173 makes a 90 turn to the right, bear left (it will seem almost like going straight) off 173 for one mile, taking the first right after one mile onto the Trotting Park Road. Proceed to the end of the dirt road one mile, turn right onto the Camp Neofa road and proceed to campgrounds, following the signs.

You can download maps from our "stuff to print" page.

We support and encourage carpooling. It's better for the planet and also helps prevent the campground from being cluttered with so many vehicles.

We also request that once you leave the paved roads you drive slowly (15mph) so as to preserve our good relations with our neighbors on that road.

FLYING?

  • If you are flying to Maine for Fiddlecamp, we recommend that you fly into Portland, Maine (PWM). Portland is about two hours' drive from camp.

  • Boston (BOS) is two hours south of Portland but has more flights and is sometimes cheaper. There is terrific bus service from Boston to Portland and sometimes further north. Check out Concord Trailways for that information.

  • Manchester NH is another option for flights - about an hour and a half southwest of Portland, where you can sometimes find cheaper flights

Hutchinson's Sugar House, Canterbury, NH

        260 Hackleboro Rd, where the mud is thick and deep

 

Nottingham Elementary School, Nottingham, NH

        139 Route 152

 

NEFFA New England Folk Festival, Natick, MA

        Natick High School on West St, www.neffa.org

 

Cardigan Mountain AMC, Alexandria, NH, 

        bear right after town center onto Cardigan Mountain Rd and follow signs to the AMC hut.

 

SQUAWK Coffeehouse, Cambridge, MA

an open-mike venue for musicians, poets, & other performing artists every Thursday night, from 9:00 pm to 12 midnight,located in the Harvard Epworth Methodist Church, 1555 Mass. Ave., Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (between Harvard & Porter Squares, right next to Harvard Law School's Pound Hall), or call (617) 868-3661.

Portsmouth Poetry Hoot at Cafe Espressso 

Starting at the Portsmouth Public Library, go south on Islington Street, through several sets of lights. Keep left, on Islington St., at the lights by the CVS pharmacy. Soon thereafter, turn left into 800 Islington Plaza. Cafe Espresso is in the row of stores on your left.  There is ample parking in front of the cafe. Coffee and light refreshments can be purchased at the cafe. Handicapped accessible. www.pplp.org/HootNight.htm 

 

 

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TWO FIDDLES

Jacqueline & Dudley Laufman

PO Box 61, Canterbury, NH, USA 03224

Tel: 603-783-4719   Fax: 603-783-9578 

 

New email as of January 2007: 

jdlaufman (at) comcast (dot) net

(Put the @ symbol in above address instead of the word (at) with no spaces and a . between comcast and net to deter spam.)