Jay Ungar and Molly Mason Family Band perform "Ashokan Farewell" live in the Folk Alley studio at WKSU 89.7 FM (Kent, Ohio.)
Jay Ungar - fiddle;
Molly Mason - guitar;
Ruthy Ungar - fiddle;
Mike Merenda - banjo
The Ashokan Center is the oldest outdoor environmental education organization in New York State. Its bucolic 385-acre campus is comprised of fields, forests, trails and streams and features a number of historically significant structures including Turnwood Covered Bridge (1885), the original Marbletown Schoolhouse (1817), and the Winchell Farmhouse (1780).
With the goal of teaching, inspiring and building community, the Center conducts residential and day programs for students and teachers of all ages in the following areas: Natural Science including Watershed Studies and Ecology, Living History, and Team Building.
Other programming includes the renowned week-long overnight Ashokan Music & Dance Camps, concerts, dances, and visual art exhibitions. More information here :: https://ashokancenter.org
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