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Calendar of Events
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Fall Folk Festival
  Lady of the Lake
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About SFS
Code of Conduct
Discipline Policy
History, old Newsletters
and Photo Archives

Performers' Referral List:
Contra Dance Callers
Contra  Dance Bands
Children's Entertainment
Dance Instruction
Dance Performers
Festivals & Camps
Local Folk Venues
Local related organizations etc.
Music Teachers
Spoken Word
 Web resources

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Jam at FFF 2018

Spokane Folklore Society

MUSIC JAMS, open mics, 
and regular dance events

Most jams are shut down along with the locations they happen at.  Will let you know when life gains a bit of normalcy...Jams come and go, so check with the contact number or venue before trying it,
and let us know if one is no longer happening....also try this link for more jams from the Inland Northwest Bluegrass Music Association
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
If you play an instrument, write “SFS jam session” on your calendar for the second Sunday of each month! The jams include a potluck dinner and are open to any interested
musician. We plan to continue offering the monthly jam sessions as long as people are attending them and we can find persons willing to host them. For more information, contact Margie at copelandheller@netzero.com
212 W. Cedar St., Sandpoint, ID. 208.263.4005
Monday Blues Jam (8pm) hosted by Truck Mills
Contradance music jam takes place on the third Wednesday of each month (Sept-June) at the Woman's Club Hall Sponsored by the Spokane Folklore Society 509/747-2640.
Musicians play for contra dance...
Weekly bluegrass/country music jam at Popeye's bar on main street in Priest
River, ID every Thursday from 6:00 to 9:00.
All you can eat Tacos for $5.00 - good music, good people! Non Smoking,
Acoustical instruments.

Downtown Community Jam  2;30-5 PM Community Building
35 W. Main
LaVona Reeves
509 359 7060
Phil Kleinman (509) 951-0728
Sacred Harp singing:   Waterford off 30th and Pittsburg on South Hill every 2nd Sunday 7-9 pm free call Greg 299-7771 for more info


  • Jam in Moscow (first and third Saturdays)

  • There will be jam sessions at Thorn creek Grille and Gifts (520 S. Main, Moscow, ID) from noon to 2:00 p.m., and at Bookpeople from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.  Bluegrass, oldtime, Irish, Klezmer and other types of folk music are encouraged.
     open jam - and we mean open, everyone gets to perform - every Sunday afternoon starting at 4:00 pm at the Linger Longer Lounge, Maine Street, Spirit Lake Idaho. All performers who sing, play any instrument, do comedy, dance, anything at all in line of performing, are invited.

    Regular dance events:
    As a rule, Contra dances are held at the Women's Club on Wednesdays and 2nd Saturdays at the East Spokane Grange, during non summer months. Check the Calendar page for changes.

    Palouse Folklore Society Contra Dances:  monthly, 3rd Saturday, 1912 Building in Moscow, 7:30 pm.

    Sandpoint Dances   First Saturdays, more info Vickie Marron 208-683-3912

    Scottish Country Dancing   First Pres. Church (downtown off Maple exit) Thursday 7-9 pm.