Moondance 2019

Moondance Work Days & Early Setup

Work Day #1, March 16, 2019

Work Day #2, April 6, 2019

Work Day #3, May 18, 2019

Join us for one or more of the Roxanna work days! See each event on Facebook for exact details, but usually we will mow everywhere, weedeat, rake, create more camping and parking spaces, cut down (yet more) dead trees, chop up downed trees and stack firewood, and make sure all the common and camping areas are clean and ready. Bring with you: chainsaws (plus oil and gas), push mowers (plus gas), weedeaters (plus gas) rakes, clippers, loppers, machetes, work gloves. Don't forget water and lunch! Attendees/helpers may camp for free (check event page for more info).

BONUS for Moondance attendees: Your help on any of the three work days allows you to set up your camp early on May 18 for Moondance, free of charge (NOTE: You still must pay your regular admission fee to Moondance)! (Non-helpers may set up early, but only after helpers have set up, and will be charged $35 early set-up fee per camp area in addition to the regular admission fee, payable by or on May 18.)

Moondance Early-Set Up Rules:

Helpers: If you are able to help out at any of the work days, you can set up your camp early on the last work day for Moondance, free of charge, and you get first dibs on spots.

Non-Helpers: If you have not been able to help at a work day, you may still set up on the last work day, but only after helpers have set up, and will be charged $35 per camp area/group, payable by or on that day.

"Help" is defined as having spent AT LEAST two hours working at requested site-wide tasks, including raking, mowing, picking up trash, doing repairs, chopping trees, etc. It does NOT include cleaning up your own personal camp space that will only benefit you.

Early Camping Fee: If you’d like to camp at Roxanna between the last work day and May 23, the charge is $10/person/night, in addition to any early set-up fee.

All camp areas must be approved by Linda before setting up/roping off!

When setting up your camp, you should try to keep your use of space as efficient as possible. Unless you have literally carved a spot out of the woods or will have 10 other tents, don’t expect to be camping in your area alone. Share the space!

To mark off your camp without setting up a tent, you must bring your own ribbon or rope, and if possible a sign so you can let folks know who is camping there. MAKE IT OBVIOUS!! To be extra sure that your spot is marked off correctly, show it to Linda for approval.