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Sara has done workshops and seminars in schools in Devon for the Wren Trust as well as a number of folklore projects encouraging young people to take an interest in the folklore of their communities.
She has also participated in tours of village halls organised by local arts councils to take folk music to the smaller communities.
She was the first American to participate in the Annual Ballad and Folksong Seminar in Innishowen in Co. Donegal.
Recently she has performed in a number of museums bringing to life the histories of emigration and early American life.
Summers of 1992 & 1997 on the staff of the Pinewoods Folk Camp in Massachusetts
It was from Sara's classes in old-time music that interest developed to start the Friends of American Old-Time Music and Dance in the United Kingdom. She was closely involved with the organisation in its early days and was one of the main performers at its first annual festival.
1997 and 1999 on the staff of The Woods Folk Music Camp in Ontario
Goderich Celtic College in Ontario
2002, 2006 & 2013 on staff at Common Ground On The Hill in Maryland.
2000 and 2001 Song Director at the Pinewoods Folk Music Camp in Massachusetts.
Sara has frequently been a tutor in traditional singing at the Scottish School of Excellence in Traditional Music in Plockton in the Highlands of Scotland.
2003 on staff of Puget Sound Guitar Workshop (teaching banjo and ballads)
2003 and 2004 on staff at Banjo Camp North
weekend in Massachussetts
2007 Teaching at The Sage in Gateshead
2007, 2008, 2009 Teaching at the Ozark Folk School, Ozark Centre in Arkansas
2007 Teaching at the RSAMD (Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Dance) in Glasgow, Scotland
2007 Feb, May & Oct teaching classes in traditional singing for
the School of Arts & Cultures of Newcastle University at the
Sage in Gateshead, England
2010 Appalachian Family Folk Week -
Hindman Settlement School,
2011, 2013, 2017 John Campbell Folk School
2013 Augusta Heritage Festival - Elkins, West Virginia