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American Banjo Camp

Tuition and Registration

To attend the American Banjo Camp you must preregister. Space is allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, print out the registration form, fill it in, and send it with payment to the address indicated. Alternatively, you can use a text editor to edit a copy of the registration form and email it to us along with credit card information.

You can send the full amount at any time, but you can hold your place until July 1st with a deposit of $100. Full payment is required after July 1st. Make payment out to "American Banjo Camp."

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The postal address for ABC is:
    American Banjo Camp
    9228 1st Ave NW
    Seattle, WA 98117-2003
You can find other helpful registration information on the Registration Notes page.

Tuition

We offer a "regular" camp that runs from Thursday afternoon to Sunday afternoon. Optionally there's an abbreviated "weekend-only" camp that runs from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon. We also offer discounted "Spouse Rates" that cover everything but the classes (i.e. room, board, concerts, and evening activities are all included) for half price. In our new location we are able to provide "commuter" registration for people wishing to stay off-site. For this year's specific tuition costs see "Cost" on the Registration Notes page or see the registration form.

Work / Trade and Scholarships

We can offer work/trade positions which reduce the tuition by $100 in exchange for up to 5 hours of work at camp or $200 in exchange for up to 10 hours of work. The work/trade positions are given out in a first-come first-served basis. Here are some details.

Supported by the generosity of our students we have a scholarship program for people who could not afford to come to camp without financial aid and for whom a work/trade position would not suffice. If you want to come to camp but simply can't afford it, consider an ABC Scholarship.


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