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Wildflower Music Festival at Dorflinger Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary.
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Secluded among majestic pine trees and green ferns, the Wildflower Music Festival is held on the grounds of the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary in White Mills, Pennsylvania. Please bring along a lawn chair or a blanket. Picnics and beverages of your choice are permitted. In the event of inclement weather, performances are held at the air-conditioned auditorium of the Wallenpaupack Area High School, Hawley, PA.

If in doubt on the day of performance, call 570-253-5500 after 12 p.m. or go visit online at No food is allowed at the high school.

twochairandblanketPerformances are at 6 p.m. Seating area opens at approximately 5 p.m. on a first-come basis. Food and beverages permitted at all concerts except when at indoor venue. (Food is allowed in the lobby at the high school or in the parking area only.)

The Wildflower Amphitheater is located on the grounds of the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary, Long Ridge Road, White Mills PA.


The village of White Mills lies halfway between Hawley and Honesdale on Route 6. At the blinking light in White Mills, turn at the Dorflinger Factory Mudseum and go up the Elizabeth Street hill. Proceed for 6/10 of a mile to the stop sign. Continue for another 1/10 mile to the entrance of the Sanctuary on your right.

Programs are subject to change without notice.

2017 Wildflower Music Festival Schedule

Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 6 pm

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Vets & Active Service Personnel Free Today

This stirring 15-piece brass band will make you want to march when you hear the patriotic music performed by these skilled band musicians. They are the only professional and national organization dedicated to serving veterans and military families by donating their time as a 501(c)(3) charity giving performances at a wide range of veterans’ organizations, events, and hospitals. If you feel emotional listening to Sousa marches and all-American band music at a parade, you will love this group.

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July 8, 2017 at 6 pm

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18

Dukes of Hazzard & Broadway Star

The popular TV show Dukes of Hazzard ran for six years with Tom as co-star. He then went back to his roots as a singer releasing six country albums and two of jazz-inspired renditions of contemporary classics including cuts from the Great American Songbook. He starred on Broadway with Bernadette Peters in the revival of Annie Get Your Gun, receiving a Tony nomination for Best Actor in a musical. Tom has toured in the musicals Chicago and 42nd Street, and starred with Alan Alda and Liev Schreiber in the drama Glengarry Glen Ross.Come and enjoy some easy-listening music.

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July 15, 2017 at 6 pm

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Fantastic Bluegrass

Stellar picking and heartfelt songs centered around beautiful sibling harmony have made Flatt Lonesome a hit among bluegrass fans both young and old. Kyle Cantrell, Sirius XM Bluegrass Junction says, “Combining their natural, God-given talent with their winsome and entertaining stage presence, Flatt Lonesome is one of the most compelling and entertaining groups I’ve seen in bluegrass in a long time.” After winning the 2014 International Bluegrass Music Awards Emerging Artist of the Year Award, Flatt Lonesome went on to dominate the 27th annual IBMA in 2016, harvesting laurels for album, song and vocal group of the year. Don’t miss their amazing vocal harmonies, along with a fretwork-heavy burst of mandolin, fiddle, upright bass and acoustic guitars,

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July 22, 2017 at 6 pm

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Legendary Folk Group

These 60s folk singers just released their 24th album in 2014 showcasing their melodic harmony. Baby boomers will remember their hit “Greenfields,” which sold over a million records, plus “The Green Leaves of Summer,” “The John B. Sails,” “Hootenanny Saturday Night,” “Try to Remember,” “The Ballad of Alvarez Kelly,” “Walking Backwards Down the Road” and many more beautiful, lilting ballads. Hearing The Brothers Four will bring back nostalgic memories of balmy summer nights attending folk concerts in the park. Bring a picnic supper and a bottle of wine to enjoy while listening to their timeless music.

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July 29, 2017 at 6 pm

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
The Beatles Experience

Music can carry us back in time, inspiring us to feel emotions that bring us great pleasure. This group will transport you like a time-capsule. Disney Entertainment says, “From the high attention to detail in the musicianship and characterization to the replication of costuming, and equipment, Paperback Writer is guaranteed to bring audiences the most precise experience of The Beatles as humanly possible!” The Los Angeles Times says Paperback Writer is “A show for all ages.” Return to the heydays of the Beatles, reigniting cherished memories of people, places, and songs we loved like “Let It Be,” Hey Jude,” and “Yesterday.”

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August 5, 2017 at 6 pm

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
The Beach Boys Show

Catch A Wave’s incredible show recreates the look and sound of a live Beach Boys concert circa 1964 to 1969. This group replicates the unique harmonic California sound that only The Beach Boys had. Catch A Wave’s music will inspire you to dance in the moment. Remember that high blend of voices you always waited for when listening to their songs? Well, this group captures that genuine, irresistible sound and energizing spirit of the original Beach boys. You will love watching Catch A Wave performing classic hits such as “Barbara Ann,” “Good Vibrations,” “God Only Knows,” and “I Get Around.”

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August 12, 2017 at 6 pm

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Fabulous 30s Jazz

Based at the exclusive Cotton Club in Harlem in the 30s and 40s, the original Cab Calloway Orchestra was one of the most important jazz bands in America. Perhaps you remember Cab’s performance of “Minnie the Moocher” in the film The Blues Brothers. Who can forget the famous repetition in that song of the words “Hi-De-Ho” as sung by Cab Calloway, and now performed by his grandson Christopher Calloway Brooks? Expect a smashing, energetic performance by Christopher as both vocalist and leader of his own great jazz orchestra, clad in a shiny “zoot suit,” dancing and singing his heart out. It will be a fun concert where you can hum along with the Swing Era songs.

You will receive two vouchers with this offer. Each voucher is good for one admission to any of the seven 2017 Wildflower Music Festival concerts. You must present one voucher per person at the event to be admitted. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount and refunds will not be given.

About Wildflower Music Festival at Dorflinger Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary.

Click here for more details. The property that is now known as the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary was purchased in 1851 by Captain Aaron Flower, a New York hotelier. At that time, the main building was the farmhouse of a working farm complete with outbuildings, barns and extensive pastures.

In 1862, Captain Flower sold the property to his friend Christian Dorflinger. Dorflinger, who often visited the farm as a respite from his busy glass manufacturing works in Brooklyn, New York, moved his family permanently to White Mills in the mid-1860's.

Old White MillsIn 1865, Christian set about building a new glassworks, which soon became the most important glass manufacturing company in the country. In 1873, the Dorflinger family moved to the St. Charles Hotel in the village of White Mills, and the farmhouse was rented to a series of tenants and divided to accommodate several families, including some who worked in the glass factory.

Upon Christian's death in 1915, the farm was bequeathed to his unmarried daughters, Nellie Jane and Katharine Louise. A third daughter, Mary Elizabeth Dorflinger Suydam, lived at the farm for a number of years. Some years later, her son Frederick Suydam and his wife, Dorothy Grant, began using the main house as a summer residence.

Frederick died in 1960 and Dorothy in 1979. Her Will stipulated the property was to be used a wildlife sanctuary in memory of her late husband. June D. Hardy, a great-granddaughter of Christian Dorflinger and cousin of Fred Suydam, was given a life interest in the buildings of the estate. She retained the guest house, but generously relinquished her interest in the other buildings.

In 1980, under the guidance of Roger M. Blough, the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary, Inc., was formed to further natural history, conservation, artistic and cultural education and to serve the people as an agency for popular enlightenment, cultural improvement and scientific progress, recognizing through its programs the essential relationship among the natural, artistic and historic elements of the area.

The Suydams lovingly cared for the property for more than 50 years. Today we have the Suydams to thank for the extraordinary setting and beauty of the Sanctuary. The trees they planted decades ago provide us with the serene view we encounter as we walk along the trails. Fred and Dorothy's generous gift of their home to the community will be treasured by visitors well into the next millenium. As we wander through the grounds, let us not forget to stop and say "thank you" to Fred and Dorothy!
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Wildflower Music Festival at Dorflinger Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary, Glass Museum and Long Ridge Road & Elizabeth Street
White Mills, Pennsylvania, 18473, US Phone: 570-253-1185 Get Directions
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