| Breakfast: ||College dining hall|
| Morning: ||Following breakfast, the entire group participates in a fun and informative class on Appalachian Dance, which includes an introduction to West Virginia circle and square dances, and flatfooting. Those who aren't able to dance will learn a great deal about the subject by watching.
After a coffee and tea break, there is a class on Appalachian folk culture, music, material culture, and folkways. Taught by a leading folklorist/musician, this class includes lectures, demonstrations, guest speakers, and films, and covers traditional culture and beliefs, music, stories, and some history of the region.|
| Lunch: ||College dining hall.|
| Afternoon: ||In the afternoon there is a one-hour group session with a different guest “old master” musician each day. From 3:15 to 4:45 pm there is a special offering each day (a film with discussion, lecture, storytelling, or slide show), or you may choose to take part in or audit and record any of several workshops on traditional Appalachian music, such as a fiddle repertoire session, banjo repertoire, guided "slow jam" for intermediate musicians, or an introduction to playing an instrument "from scratch."|
| Dinner: ||College dining hall.|
| Evening: ||There is an Road Scholar “get acquainted” social hour right after dinner, with time for Participants to introduce and tell something about themselves. This is followed by a choice of several evening events, open to the public. These will include a lecture or film on traditional folk culture, a flatfoot dancing workshop, and old-time singing and instrumental music jam sessions. Transportation on your own, on foot or using your car. There is adequate parking at night.|