Peterborough Folk Festival 2013 Programme
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<ul><li><p>Festival Guide</p></li><li><p>CREW CHIEFSMichael Fredrickson and David Vasey Site Managers</p><p>Alana Farmer and Jeff Macklin Artisan Village Coordinators</p><p>Joanne Rowland Hospitality </p><p>Sheryl Nimigon with Special Guest, Jess Rowland Childrens Village Coordinator</p><p>Elizabeth Thipphawong and Lyndele Gauci Volunteer Coordinators</p><p>Brendon Mroz Design</p><p>Syliva Dick Publicity Coordinator</p><p>Niki Higgs Emporium Manager</p><p>Malcolm Byard Solar Stage Manager</p><p>BOARD OF DIRECTORSChair/Executive Director Ashley Martin</p><p>Artistic Director Nick Ferrio</p><p>Treasurer Samantha Shaw</p><p>Members-at-large Jeff Macklin Alana Farmer Michael Frederickson Brendon Mroz</p><p>firstname.lastname@example.org George Street N Sadeir House, Room 206 Peterborough, ON K9H 3T2</p><p>GET IN TOUCH:</p><p>THE LOGO</p><p>Created in 2008, my third year on the festival, but one of the first ideas I had when I started in 2006. Every year before I began (and those first two years of my tenure), designers interpreted the festival as they saw fit, and I wanted to create a constant, something iconic that would become synonymous with the festival and could still read strongly no matter how it was used. Ive spent the past five years testing that theory. Of everything Ive ever designed, the PFF logo remains my favourite, and possibly best. </p></li><li><p>Hello! Im Nick Ferrio, the new Artistic Director of the Peterborough Folk Festival. You may know me from Nick Ferrio & His Feelings, or as the goofy bassist in The Burning Hell and Baby Eagle & The Proud Mothers. Touring in these bands over the past ten years has given me an incredible insight into the power of music to foster community. </p><p>I consider many of the artists playing PFF this year to be part of my musical community theyre dear friends and musicians I respect, from close and far, who have blown me away with their talent on local, National and International stages. </p><p>For this years festival, I wanted to keep with our traditional programming and add new, inclusive and community building initiatives to reflect where PFF is headed. </p><p>Weve added a series called PFF Pop-Up Shows on Friday August 23rd from 6-8pm featuring local artists in local, downtown businesses. Weve also added a series of DIY Scavenger Hunt Secret Shows on Saturday August 24th from 5-8pm, where fans must solve the riddle to find the site of five secret, intimate musical experiences throughout Nicholls Oval Park. </p><p>With this years programming we wanted to celebrate and strengthen our community, so weve strived to bring some of the best live music in Canada to our little festival this year. The caliber of artists, both local and from away, promises to be a spectacular celebration of summers end. So, hello and welcome to the 24th annual Peterborough Folk Festival! </p><p>Nick Ferrio, Artistic Director</p><p>I wasnt supposed to be here. I joined the crew of the PFF after the 2006 festival. Id love to say that the moment I was voted onto the board will shine forever in my memory, but I cant. Either I dont think in milestones, or there have been far too many. What I do remember is this: pride and joy like Ive never experienced. Falling in love with the audi-ence, which was falling in love with the performers. Volunteers who come back year after year, and volunteers who sign up on the spot because they want that t-shirt (theyre really great t-shirts). The excitement of getting our office at Sadleir House. Reporting sessions that went on until the wee hours of the morning. A constant fear that the work was never enough, and the parallel certainty that the festival would happen, once again. And over and over, the sense that I wasnt meant to do any of this, and the gratitude that I have been able to.</p><p>Its dangerous to get into this, but I need to give particular thanks to Michael Fredrickson, Brendon Mroz, and Candace Shaw, who were already here when I came in, and whom Ive worked so closely with. To Candace especially, for sharing her vision of the festival with us for so long. And on a personal note: to Aaron, for all of his support, hard work, and the minor injuries sustained in service to my project.</p><p>This is my last year as board chair, and my only year as executive director, and so my gratitude also goes out to the festivals present and future leaders. Nicks energy and insight came in at a critical time, and the dedication of our crew chiefs is incredible. </p><p>Next year is the 25th anniversary of the PFF. This is a great time to get involved, and some key roles are opening up. Weve been welcoming Everybody! for years, and I cant wait to see what our com-munity does next. </p><p>As it turns out, were all welcome - and supposed to be - right here.</p><p>Ashley Martin, Executive Director</p></li><li><p>THANK YOU!THE PETERBOROUGH FOLK FESTIVAL WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE WITHOUT THE </p><p>GENEROUS SUPPORT AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF THESE FINE ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS.</p><p>Aaron Little Candace Shaw City of Peterborough Recycling Clay Benson</p><p>Green Sprouts Childrens Daycare Malcolm ByardPeterborough DBIA Peterborough Public Works Department</p><p>Peterborough Recreation Department Rocky RidgeWayne Elliott of WEBmadman.net</p><p>Located in the shaded grove of trees just south of the Publican Pavilion, our dedicated hospitality team ensures that Festival Artists and Volunteers are well-fed and comfortable all day long. </p><p>HUGE THANKS to Crew Chief Joanne Rowland, and to Brenda Gervais for her ongoing organization and fabulous cooking. </p><p>VOLUNTEERSNancy Robinson</p><p>Lee Wakelin</p><p>Nancy Fox</p><p>Laurie Davies</p><p>Chris Diaz</p><p>Lennie R Dean</p><p>Susan Spence</p><p>DONATIONSMichael Walters of Sticklings Bakery</p><p>Kevin Dixon of Canteen of the Kawarthas</p><p>Deb Stewart of Minute Maid Company of Canada</p><p>Mr.Manley of Charlotte Pantry</p><p>Dave Armstrong of Liftlock IGA</p><p>Jim Lunn</p><p>Sullivans Store Ennismore</p><p>VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR SUNDAY TEAR-DOWN Looking for willing and able volunteers to help us clear up the festival area on Sunday, August 25th. Many hands are needed to tear-down the Festival Stage and pack it up for next year. No sign-up necessary -- meet at the Festival Stage Along Rotary trail at Noon.</p><p>MUSICIAN &VOLUNTEER HOSPITALITY</p></li><li><p>CREW CHIEFS SITE CREWS GREEN TEAM email@example.comThe Peterborough Folk Festival depends on far more than the amazing musicians who take to our stages each year what goes on behind the scenes is just as essential. Our dedicated volunteers are what sustain the festival; they are our community, our backbone. Volunteering with the PFF means being part of this amazing community, not just for the weekend, but also throughout the year. We host a number of outreach and appreciation events all year long, and volunteers get exclusive perks, including gear, meals and entry into events, including our Saturday night after- party at the Pigs Ear (this is a 19+ event). Wear your volunteer t-shirt for free admission!</p><p>You can spot us by our awesome t-shirts on Festival Weekend: ask us about volunteering, or offer to help out we can always use a few extra hands!</p><p>Elizabeth Thipphawong & Lyndele Gauci, Volunteer Coordinators</p><p>Support your local Folk Festival!</p><p>VOLUNTEER at the PFF 2013!</p><p>The Peterborough Folk Festival is a sweet, end-of-summer gathering, full of music, friendship, art and cre-ative exploration in our citys lovely green spaces. Were committed to remaining a free festival, allowing all members of our community to participate. </p><p>If you enjoy our festival this year, please consider donating, according to your means, to help sustain this family-friendly, volunteer-run festival. </p><p>Donate, and get a funky sticker to show your support.</p><p>VOLUNTEER SHIRTS</p><p>Every year since 2008, our volunteer shirts have had the same design; no text, no date, just logo and colours. We didnt want to advertise ourselves brazenly we wanted to declare allegiance with quiet confidence. These iconic shirts have been a hugely important and successful part of the festival identity. On festival day our superhero volunteers are easy to spot; if you see one in the wild, you know they are an integral part of the best darn music festival in Ontario. The only way to get one is to volunteer.</p></li><li><p>C- 0 M - 29Y- 91 K - 0</p><p>C- 90 M - 57Y- 0 K - 0</p></li><li><p>C- 0 M - 29Y- 91 K - 0</p><p>C- 90 M - 57Y- 0 K - 0</p><p>PFF 2013 is brought to you by</p></li><li><p>KICK-OFF CONCERT</p><p>1st Pop-Up stopHollow Hills at Bluestreak Records444 George St.</p><p>2nd Pop-Up stopDave Tough at The Barbeside Salon (Catalinas)131 Hunter St.</p><p>3rd Pop-Up stopMichael C Duguay at Le Petit Bar399 Water St.</p><p>4th Pop-Up stopJos. Fortin at Sympathy for the Rebel387 Water St.</p><p>Friday, August 23rd @ The Market Hall 8pm $25</p><p>The Inaugural POP-UP Concert Series!</p><p>6pm START @ Bluestreak Records</p><p>You are invited to join our first ever Pop-Up concert series on Friday, Au-gust 23rd. Well kick-off the 2013 Folk Fest with 4 mini concerts, popping up in shops of downtown Peterborough. 1,2,3,4 stops, then on to The Market Hall to see Joel Plaskett*!POP-UP shows are FREE! </p><p>*Pop-Up shows are free and open to everyone, but access to the Kick-Off concert requires a ticket</p><p>Meet our friendly PFF volunteers and well travel on, caravan style, to the next three shows. </p><p>JOELPLASKETTCanada has produced some of the worlds most enduring songwriters and Joel Plaskett is hailed as one of the best. With countless awards to his credit, thousands of tour dates, and numerous recording and producing projects under his belt, Plaskett remains one of the most innovative and prolific artists on the scene today. Whether its touring in Canada, the US, Australia or the UK; with his rock band The Emergency, or more intimate shows as a solo artist, Plaskett consistently excites and inspires his audiences. As a writer, performer or producer, Plaskett will to continue to influence the music scene for many years to come. joelplaskett.com</p></li><li><p>ABOUT THE EMERGING ARTIST AWARDThe PFF believes in investing in young performers, and to that end, created an annual award in 2001 to recognize emerging local talent that we think deserves the attention and support of the community. Judging by the careers of the past recipients, the Emerging Artist Award is a step on the road to a life-long career in music.</p><p>Recipients of this award are given showcase spots on the festi-val weekend, a guaranteed spot on the festival main stage the following year, and a trip to the Folk Music Ontario (formerly Ontario Council of Folk Festivals) annual conference in October.</p><p>The award is granted to an artist by the Artistic Director based on assessment of skill, dedication, and artistic merit. Visit the website to find out about how you can nominate an artist (or yourself) to be the next Emerging Artist.</p><p>PAST RECIPIENTS2001 Serena Ryder</p><p>2002 James McKenty (The Spades)</p><p>2003 Jill Staveley (The Staveley Project)</p><p>2004 Beau Dixon</p><p>2005 Benj Rowland (The County Boys)</p><p>2006 Drea Nasager</p><p>2007 Dave Simard & Kelly McMichaels</p><p>2008 Sean Conway</p><p>2009 Missy Knott</p><p>2010 Kate LeDeuce</p><p>2011 Melissa Payne</p><p>2012 Jos. Fortin</p><p>PFF 2013 EMERGING ARTIST AWARD</p><p>DYLAN IRELAND</p><p>I first met Dylan Ireland in 2009. We were both asked to play in Michael C. Duguays band Bear Trees. I had never met Dylan before but had heard of the Ireland Brothers - the band he had with his brother - who were playing places like The Pigs Ear, and I had wanted to get the chance to hear what Andrea Forsell and others were talking about. We played together that summer in Mikes band. I was immediately taken back by how quickly he learned his parts and how well he played them. He worked hard and he wanted to rehearse often. At that time Dylan had his own project, but it was in its infancy. He kept it quietly under his hat. Eventually, Dylan showed me a song his father wrote and a couple of the songs hed been working on. I knew right away he was writing in a family tradition, that his songs were a part of something bigger and stronger, a lineage; something older than both of us. Since then, Dylan and Express & Co have gone on to do a lot of impressive things that Peterborough can be proud of. Hes hardly an Emerging artist in the sense that hes a newbie. But, he certainly is emerging in the sense that with Express & Co he has stepped into something important and prominent, and I think thats worth celebrating.</p><p>Nick Ferrio, Artistic Director</p></li><li><p>FESTIVALDAY12:15pmGREG ROY and his drums are a festival mainstay, bringing the joy of rhythm to the park every year.</p><p>1pmWES RYAN - Peterboroughs current slam-poetry champ, Wes Ryan, is a genre-mashing performance artist and workshop facilitator with a penchant for slap-stick soliloquies. As a member of the Peterborough Poetry Collective he helps provide a stage for others to share their narratives and has twice represented Nogojiwanong at the Canadian Independent Nationals. Recently he featured at the Coburg Festival of Poetry and performed at the Mudtown Music Festival. Preferring the title slambassador, Wes Ryan delivers spoken-word workshops in high-schools throughout southern Ontario and strives to encourage the stitching together of niches into a tapestry for change.</p><p>2pmMATT SNELL Writing and Playing New Songs in the Old-Time Tradition Matt Snell will discuss how contemporary musicians can engage with the Old-Time, Folk and Country without seeming hackneyed, and without betraying what makes the source material great.</p><p>3pmJILL BISHOP is a avid heirloom vegetable gardener and seed collector. For the past 8 years, she has been carefully cultivating a curated collection of delicious, beautiful and collection of heirloom seeds that are adapted to our local climate and geography. Jillian runs urbantomato seeds which distributes these unique seeds and helps people getting growing and saving their own. She is also the organizer of Seedy Sunday, Peterboroughs Annual Seed Exchange, an annual venue for people to buy and trade locally grown heirloom seeds for their gardens. She has a passion for local food, and is lucky enough to work as the coordinator of the Peterborough Community Garden Network and the manager of the Peterborough Downtown Farmers Market to help promote, foster and enhance the fabulous food community here in Peterborough. urbantomato.blogspot.com </p><p>LESTER ALFONSO - Unlock your hearts with a Ukulele. Explore DIY folk music together with Lester Alfonso and use the ukulele as a tool for raw expression. Filmmaker, video artist and ukulele enthusiast, Lester Alfonso is the resident artist at MAP (Media Arts Peterborough) and also hosts an all ukulele radio show Wednesdays at 5pm on Trent Radio 92.7FM. lesteralfonso.com</p><p>The Peterborough Folk Festival kicks into high gear with a carnival of arts, crafts, food, drink, activity, community and free live music all day. </p><p>ACTIVE LEARNING STAGE</p><p>Saturday, August 24th @ Nicholls Oval 11am-11pm</p></li><li><p>12:15pm Leanne Simpson</p><p>1:15pm Jos Fortin</p><p>2:15pm Olenka & The Autumn Lovers</p><p>3:15pm Michael C. Duguay</p><p>4:15pm The Grey Kingdom</p><p>5:15 Rae Spoon</p><p>6:15pm Jennifer Castle</p><p>FESTIVAL STAGEHosted by Sheesham and Lotus and Son </p><p>7pm Express & Co (featuring Dylan Ireland PFF Emerging Arist 2013)8pm 24th Street Wailers9pm Daniel Romano & The Trilliums10pm The Wood...</p></li></ul>
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