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What’s the difference between a camp and a class?

WM Teacher Larry Kernagis (far right) and students from his
Maggie Valley, NC camp in 2017

We call it a “camp” if the teaching is done over two or more full consecutive days. Otherwise, we call it a class, which may be weekly sessions, a one-day event, or a few daily sessions at a festival.

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  • Crystal Morrison says:
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    Hi, I am interested in doing a class and possibly a camp. I am a fairly new Mandolin player and live in the Hickory NC area.
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