Welcome to the Monroe Music Camp website! We are proud to offer original bluegrass music instruction on Mandolin, Fiddle, Banjo, Guitar, Upright Bass, and Harmony Singing-the quintessential instrumentation of a Bluegrass Band! Our 6th Annual Monroe Mandolin Camp will be: SEPTEMBER 18-22, 2019.
Over the years, Original Blue Grass Boys: Roland White, Tom Ewing, Blake Williams, Mark Hembree, Glen Duncan, Byron Berline, Bob Black, Robert Bowlin, Bobby Hicks, Mark Kuykendall, Mike Bub, Buddy Spicher, and James Monroe have joined our world class instructors, luthiers, and special presentors including: Mike Compton, David Davis, Skip Gorman, John Keith, Mark Royal, Casey Campbell, Chris Henry, Paul Duff, Will Kimble, Raymond Huffmaster, Mississippi Chris Sharp, Tony Willianson, Richie Brown, Lauren Price, Sharon Gilchrist, Alan O’Bryant (Banjo), Adam Tanner (Old-Time Track), Walter Carter, Martin Fisher, Lynn Dudenbostel, Richie Brown, Brian Christianson, Rich del Grosso (Blues), Tom Ellis, Caleb Klauder (Old-Time Track), Jody Stecher (guitar & vocal), Alan Munde (banjo), Matt Flinner (Play-It-Forward Track), and many others.
Read more… monroemandolincamp.com/
Little Fixes is a monthly volunteer opportunity where we choose one little project on this big, beautiful campus. Little Fixes dates are updated regularly and posted at the end of this page. Projects are often listed as “TBD”, as we prioritize according to the area of greatest need & the skillsets that volunteers bring to the table.
You are invited to the Mountain Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 8th; event will take place at DuBose Conference Center, 635 College Street, Monteagle, TN. Booth spaces feature a wide variety of products that include arts & crafts, food, and direct sales; a light meal will be available in the Dining Hall ($5 donation suggested, but not required)..
We encourage everyone to support your community. This is an opportunity to shop early and shop local for your Christmas and holiday gifts! Booths will be open for business from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. CDT. Admission and Parking are Free!
Ever struggle to get motivated on a project? Wish you had someone else around to bounce ideas off of? Do you long for the smell of coffee drifting into your workspace, but realize that making a full pot for just yourself might not be a very good idea?
Worry no more. Open Office is here -- a time where you can join in community with other professionals, small business owners, and entrepreneurs for a few hours of focus, feedback, and productivity. Join DuBose's Interim Executive Director, Stephanie, at DuBose Conference Center on Saturday, Oct 27 any time from 10am - 2pm to hunker down and "make things happen" for your organization or group.