Lark Camp

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Lark Camp World Music, Song & Dance Celebration, originally called Lark in the Morning Music Celebration, is an American annual week-long world music and dance celebration that includes instructional workshops for professional and beginner musicians and dancers.

Lark Camp takes place in the Mendocino Woodlands State Park, near the coastal village of Mendocino, California.

There are three primary camps:

There are also continuous jam sessions, and nightly dances for all participants.


Established in 1980 by Mickie Zekley, Lark Camp was created to allow traditional musicians and dancers to exchange ideas and learn.

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