Participants will be right next door to the dining hall thus eliminating the need for shuttles. Blue Ridge Hall offers couples friendly double occupancy rooms with private baths and single occupancy rooms which share a bath with only one other person. So no more than two people share a bath. The ample living space throughout the hall will be use for classroom space as well as the Blue Ridge Hall Conference Center located on the first floor. View room layouts
On-campus residence halls provide the “camp” camaraderie of staying with other dulcimer
people for the week in a central location. You’re “going back to college.” The accommodations
are clean and modern, but this is not a luxury hotel – no room service, no wake-up
call, no maid service, and bathrooms are shared as described above. You'll receive
linens and a couple of towels for the week but most prefer to bring extras of these
items. You will need to bring clothes hangers and may want to bring along a pillow
and a small desk lamp. Those who like a soft bed often bring a foam pad. Most of our
participants favor these accommodations, finding them quite comfortable. We save a
limited number of handicapped-accessible rooms if you register early. If you require
different accommodations you can request from us a list of area lodgings or campgrounds.
On-campus accommodations are sold as a package with all meals included, beginning with the Sunday night banquet and going through breakfast on Friday morning in the all-you-can-eat university dining hall. WCU’s room/meals packages offer cost savings and more convenience than having to use off-site hotels and restaurants.
Residence Hall Room:
(many of these items can be purchased in the Dulcimer Emporium)
What To Wear: