The Folklore Society of Greater Washington

Furthering the understanding, investigation, appreciation, and performance of the traditional folk music and folklore of the American people.

Thank you!

The 2016 FSGW Mini Fest
with chanteys and shape note singing, doo wop and duets, English dance and Irish laments, banjos and bodhrans and ballads, Morris and more was a delight.

Special thanks to:

All of the programmers: Charlie Baum, Martha Burns, Tim Livengood, Mike and Heather Livingston, Janie Meneely, and Lisa Null.

Crafts coordinator Candy Madigan and the craftspeople who filled the hallways with enticing items.

The sound technicians: .

The many volunteers who manned the ticket table, helped out in the Green Room, kept an eye on the Instrument Check Room, and especially those who helped with early set up and late load out.

Three hundred performers!!
The staff at Takoma Park Middle School.

See you next year!!

April Blum, President of FSGW

Lost and Found
1 bodhran drumstick
1 metal capo, screw back
2 scarves -- 1 black/beige; 1 multi plaid
1 black polarfleece earwarmer/headband
1 navy knit cap
2 water bottles -- 1 metal w/"Lemon" printed on it; 1 plastic "Life is Good"
1 black metal music stand

Coming Events
04 SaturdayFSGW Mini Fest 2017 MidWinter Festival (MiniFest)
11:55 AM at Takoma Park Middle School (Takoma Park,MD)

For More Information Please Contact
FSGW Mini Fest Coordinator, April Blum
8300 Osage Terrace
Adelphi,MD 20783
Home 301-422-0292

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