Fiddle Camp registration is just a few weeks away (Monday, April 4th).  We are working on finalizing instructors and will have info on the website as it comes available.  A couple of changes to note:
We will be capping registration at 150 students this year to help ease back in after the two years away.  This means that classes will have also have a minimum class size required.  If this number has not been reached by June 1st, the class is subject to being cancelled.  Please be sure to register ASAP to get the class(es) of your choice and so we know if we need to cancel some classes with little interest to open up another class.

To offer more but not increase our instructor costs, ALL classes are now switched to half day classes (2.5 hours Mon-Fri).  Each instructor will be teaching two completely different classes that may vary by level or style/instrument.  You still have the option to take a full days worth of classes but please note that they will be two different classes.  Watch the website for more information after the 15th.

Tuition is remaining the same this year, however, the format is a little different.  Cost is $75 for the week for youth and $175 for the week for adults.  This will be the cost for camp no matter if you are taking only one half day class or a full day’s worth of classes.
FOOD will be available at the school.  We will have a catering company there providing breakfast, lunch and dinner, a snack shack and a Coffee Stand!!.  We should have a menu and prices available by April so that you can plan ahead.
Dry camping will still be available at the school.  If you require electrical, It is highly suggested you make reservations at a local campground as we only have access to a couple outlets outside.
There will be a Fiddle Contest this year to coincide with Camp.  Keep watching for more info on all the new changes and fun traditions in the coming newsletters and on the website.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at or Corrine at 253-720-7703.
July 11-15, 2022
Moses Lake