The 19th annual Lamb's Retreat for Songwriters
November 7-10, 2013 Staff: Doug & Telisha Williams, Michael Camp, Dana Cooper, Kate Wallace, Lisa Redfern,
November 14-17, 2013 Staff: Peter Mulvey, Seth Glier, Danny Schmidt, Carrie Elkin, Jim Bizer
Artists-in-residence Nov 7-17: Dalis Allen, Chuck Brodsky, Kirby, Dennis Kingsbury
Packages include gala reception, 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners for each weekend.
register online here.
Directed by John D. Lamb.
Kirby as open mic host.
Also starring good food.
Retreat is open to all songwriters, their friends and family.
Concerts open to public Saturdays, November 9 & 16, 2013, 8pm, $15 suggested donation
Birchwood Inn, 7291 S. Lake Shore Drive, Harbor Springs, MI, 49740
To register for either or all ten days, call Springfed 248-589-3913 or use any credit card online here.
If sending a check, printable registration form here.
This year's schedules will be here.
*If you attend both weekends, you can stay the four nights in between at a special rate of $30/nt=total $120.
10-day package available at Springfed E-store.
Make arrangements with John D. Lamb - 248-589-3913.
Write a song.
Discussions on craft/creative process.
Open mic/song swaps.
One on one sessions.
Directions to the Birchwood Inn here.
Register by mail or online at Springfed E-Store
Scholarship opportunities from Blissfest Music Organization
Springfed Arts Lamb’s Retreats for Songwriters 2013 Registration
To attend the 19th Annual Lamb’s Retreats for Songwriters, fill out a registration form for each attendee.
Rates include Thursday night gala reception, 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, wine and beverages.
Please circle desired retreat.
Week 1 - Nov. 7-10, 2012 Week 2 - Nov. 14-17, 2013
Single occupancy-3 nights Nov. 7, 8 & 9 ■ $575 Nov 14, 15 & 16 ■ $575
Single occupancy-2 nights Nov 8 & 9 ■ $500 Nov 15 & 16 ■ $500
Share a dbl occ-3 nights Nov. 7, 8 & 9 ■ $475each Nov 14, 15 & 16 ■ $475each
Share a dbl occ-2 nights Nov 8 & 9 ■ $425each Nov 15 & 16 ■ $425each
Non-lodge-includes meals ■$300 Non-lodge-includes meals ■$300
Sharing with________________________________________ ____________________________________
Single occupancy ALL 10 nights Nov 7-17 ■$1270
Note: When you attend both retreat weekends, your lodging for the 4 weeknights between retreats is $30 per night (a 50% discount).
Many songwriters opt for the full ten days so they can enjoy the midweek serenity and write more songs. We gather ourselves at night in the Fireside Room. Songs are sung. They're heard. We're good at listening.
Discounted lodging rate for pre and post stays are $60 per room, per night.
You may pay the Birchwood Inn directly upon arrival.
If you are interested in a one-on-one conference session, indicate a staff member:_____________________________________________________
How did you hear about Lamb’s Retreat________________________________
If you would like to buy a card size ad in the program book, add $30 and send artwork 3 weeks in advance. Check here if ordering ad _____
You may send 50% of the registration fee and pay off the balance by October 12, 2011.
*Cancellations after October 12, 2013 will be subject to a $50 handling fee. Call 248-589-3913
Cancellations during the retreat will be refunded 50% of registration fee.
We will accept registrations until full. Register online at www.springfed.org
Total Amount enclosed__________
Visa, MC, Am/Ex, Discover
Make checks payable to Springfed Arts.
Send to: John D. Lamb, Springfed Arts, P.O. Box 304, Royal Oak, Michigan 48068-0304
or Register online here.
Photos from previous retreats:
Photos by Charlie Auringer found on Facebook here.
18th annual Lamb's Retreat for Songwriters 2012
November 1-4: Michael Smith, Joel Mabus, Sally Barris, Tom Kimmel, Whit Hill
November 8-11: Chuck Brodsky, Dick Siegel, Anne Heaton, Ellis, Natalia Zukerman
17th annual Lamb's Retreat for Songwriters 2011
November 3-6: Starring Ronny Cox, Karen Mal, Dana Cooper, Julianne Ankley, Dan Hazlett. Special guest Dalis Allen.
November 10-13: Starring Doug & Telisha Williams, Edie Carey, Buddy Mondlock , Jen Cass, Greg Greenway.