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OK, who here is a Kamp veteran?

I'm saving money this year to go next year. It's a long trip from northeast PA, but Steve and the group of super talents he's put together…

Started by Nanessence

22 Feb 3, 2011
Reply by Dave Thomas II

Dreadnoughts Unlimited Update

For several years we have raised funds through Dreadnoughts Unlimited for scholarships to Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Kamp by a variety of met…

Started by Harry Moore

1 May 10, 2010
Reply by Spencer Moore

Dreadnoughts Unlimited Scholarships for 2010

It's time to get your applications in for scholarships to Kamp this year.  We've updated the web page ( http://duscholar.home.mchsi.com ) a…

Started by Harry Moore

0 Feb 1, 2010

Steve in the Ozarks

Steve Kaufman is coming to the Drury University Diversity Center in Springfield, MO this weekend to conduct a flatpicking workshop and conc…

Started by Harry Moore

0 Nov 3, 2008

Lost contact info for Tulsa kamper

I recently got an inquiry from a kamper from Tulsa concerning the upcoming Steve Kaufman workshop and concert in Springfield, MO on Novembe…

Started by Harry Moore

0 Aug 13, 2008

Steve comes to Washington State

For those of you who can't get enough of Steve at Kamp, he's coming to NE Washington State to host his 2-day flatpicking, 1/2 day advanced…

Started by Jim Crowley

0 Jul 19, 2008

Kamp T-Shirt day

Donna had a neat idea. She wants to make Thursday at Kamp the Vintage Kamp T-Shirt Day. She saw me wearing my 1996 Kamp Shirt and wondered…

Started by Steve Kaufman

1 May 30, 2008
Reply by Harry Moore

Dreadnoughts Unlimited Scholarship winners and pictures of them

I've posted pictures of two of the prior year Dreadnoughts Unlimited scholarship winners on my photo page. I'm not exactly sure how to poin…

Started by Harry Moore

0 May 19, 2008


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