Courtyard by Marriott Owensboro
The Travelin McCourys
Doyle Lawson And Quicksilver
Jeff Austin Band
We Banjo 3
Russell Moore And IIIrd Tyme Out
The Po Ramblin Boys
Phoebe Hunt And The Gatherers
Sheriff Scott And The Deputies
Pert Near Sandstone
Help us kick off ROMP with Craft Time in the Kid Zone! Children are invited to make and decorate their own Mandolin Harps and Paper Fans so they can stay cool all weekend and jam along with the artists on stage.
9:00-10:00 Interactive Children’s Music – Melody Garden
Join multi-instrumentalist and children’s songwriter, Rebecca Smith, for an hour of interactive children’s music! Expect nature-themed songs where imaginations can soar! Many percussion instruments and movement props will be available to the children, if they wish to dance and play! It’s like a mini-festival just for children! An instrument petting zoo will be at the end for anyone wishing to strum a guitar, ukulele, or banjo.
10:00-11:00 Build Your Own First Aid Kit – The Medical Reserve Corps
Accidents can happen anywhere. The Medical Reserve Corps will teach your children how to be “prepared, not scared.” Kids will learn basic First Aid and will build their very own First Aid Kit.
11:00-12:00 Whooo is Hootie? – Western Kentucky Raptor Center
Get up close and personal with ROMP’s mascot Hootie the Owl! The Western Kentucky Raptor Center will provide a hands on program where children will learn about birds of prey and animal rehabilitation.
12:00-1:00 Sound Science: Exploring Ears – Sky Science Festival
How we hear is a process that starts with our ears. The size and shape of an ear is important, and two ears are better than one. Surprising examples of sound that gets heard without using your ears will be shared.
1:00-2:00 Leaf Printing – 4-H Cooperative Extension Service
Calling all Tree Huggers! The 4-H Cooperative Extension Service will teach your children about trees, leaves, and the natural environment while demonstrating Leaf Printing.
2:00-3:00 Appalachian Dance Workshop – Sara Roby
Get moving with traditional dance from the Appalachian region. Led by Sara Roby, a spirited and inspiring instructor who will teach children traditional movement, clogging, and games.
11:00-12:00 Interactive Children’s Music – Melody Garden
12:00-1:00 Appalachian Music & Storytelling – Gerald Mullins
Join Gerald Mullins, an educator & musician from Eastern Kentucky as he shares stories and music from the Appalachian region of Kentucky.
1:00-2:00 Sound Science: Lower = Longer / Larger / Looser – Sky Science Festival
Make simple instruments with sliding straws, buzzing rubber bands, and tuneful tubes – with all creating lower sounds when the thing responsible for making the sound gets longer, or thicker, or looser.
1:00-2:00 Sound Science: Hearing Things That Are Quiet – Sky Science Festival
Make tools to hear quiet sounds; a stethoscope to listen to heartbeats or a device to help you understand a whisper from across the room.
The Dancin’ Daves village has a limited capacity, so get in while the gettin’s good!
• 1 Person Tent – $125
• 2 Person Tent – $155
• 3-4 Person Tent – $205
Solar Shower – $45
Gazebo with Table – $95
Gazebo with Kitchen – $135