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District 5 Campout 2021
September 3 - September 5Free
DISTRICT 5 CAMPOUT
District 5 will be holding their campout over Labor Day Weekend in conjunction with the Kitsap Square Dance Club in Gorst. The address is 6800 W Belfair Valley Road, Bremerton. The dates are September 3, 4, and 5, 2021.
The campout is free to all current WOTFA members except for the camping fees for RV connections, this is done through the KSDC.
Cost for water and power connection is $15.00 per night.
There will be donation jars at the serving tables. Your donations help to support the campout and very much appreciated.
Campsites are available with power and water. The fee is $15 per night, payable to the Kitsap Square Dance Club.
If you plan to bring an RV and use hookups, you MUST call the Wagon Master, Russ Richardson at 360-271-9502 to make a reservation.
Tent camping is available on the grounds free of charge unless you use hookups for any reason.
IMPORTANT!! If you make a reservation with Russ, please indicate how many in your party.
If you are NOT camping, but coming for meals, please call Kay McCarthy at 360 895-0628 to let her know how many in your party. This is so we have a good idea how many people we are feeding so we’ll know how much food to buy. KSDA is not doing any potluck this year. We realize that some people are not yet comfortable with potlucks, and that’s just fine. All it means is that you will provide your own food. It is helpful for us to know whether you plan to eat what we provide or eat on your own.
So, here is what the schedule looks like:
A quick campout update.
In case you were wondering, our campout is happening as scheduled Sept. 3, 4, & 5th.
We really need to have an idea of how many folks will take part in breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings. We will be shopping for dinner and breakfast on Friday morning, so be sure to let Laura Farr or me know if you are joining us for breakfast or dinner before Friday and let Russ Richardson know if you want to camp.
Looking forward to getting together!
Friday, 3 September –
You may arrive any time on Friday.
Afternoon – Jam tent set up and jamming
Hot dogs after the dance and gathering around the fire pit (total ban on fires of any type at this time…if that changes, there will be a campfire (but don’t hold your breath)
Saturday, 4 September –
7:00 – 9:00 – Breakfast provided by the fiddlers – continental breakfast…we will need the help of District 5 folks who are not playing for the Saturday night dance to assist with breakfast cleanup.
10:00 – 11:00 – Fiddler band practice for the Saturday night dance
11:00 – 12:00 – Tune learning – Laura Farr will teach a new tune.
Noon – 1:00 – Lunch on your own
After Lunch – Possibilities for activities between 1:00 and 5:00 are a Band Scramble or a Poker Jam, depending on numbers and interest. Weather could be a factor as well.
5:30 – Dinner – burgers provided by the fiddlers; we will provide the condiments. If you are comfortable bringing a salad or dessert to share, you are welcome to do so. If not, you may provide whatever else to want to have with your burger.
8:00 – 10:00 – Live music for the dance
10:30 – (Bonfire) and hot dogs
Sunday, 5 September –
7:00 – 9:00 – Breakfast provided by the fiddlers
10:30 – 11:30 – Gospel Hour
Noon – Pack up and head out