Head out to the Turtle Hill Folk Festival to fill your family's final summer days with fiddlers, banjos, guitars, whistles, mandolins, dulcimers, harps, and toe-tapping. For three days, the Golden Link Folk Singing Society presents its annual festival with offerings ranging from concerts to workshops to dances to barbeques. Pitch a tent for field camping at just $10/person for adults and children over 12. Join in a campfire sing-around and instrumental jams. Celebrate Woody Guthrie's 100th birthday. Every workshop and demonstration is as interesting as "Songs from Both Sides of the Pond — How Songs Change from Great Britain to New England." And, somewhere in between folk, blues, and gospel, I even caught the word "country."