December 3 at 2 PM and 5 PM
The Fellowship of the Strings
Kick off the holidays with The Wild Goose Chase Cloggers and live band Chicken Sedan!
Tickets are available at the door. $12 for adults, $7 for ages 3-12, and free for 2 yrs and under.
The Wild Goose Chase Cloggers promote, sustain, and entertain with traditional Appalachian clogging.
Clogging is an American style of dance that, like so many American folk styles, has its roots in the Appalachian region of the south. Clogging itself comes from three separate traditions. The type of foot movements derive from early African-American buck dancing, or flat-footing, which featured percussion created by foot movements and hand and body slapping. Plantations in North America eventually outlawed slaves from playing drums but permitted the percussive sound of the banjo. Buck dancing usually accompanied the fiddle and banjo pairing and created even more percussion to the combination. The other components of clogging are English step dancing, and Native American dance, particularly from the Cherokee.