Spokane Folklore Society Index

Calendar of Events
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Fall Folk Festival
  Lady of the Lake
Membership information
SFS welcome page
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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The Spokane Folklore Society guide to
folk music and dance in the Spokane/North Idaho area:
(not frequently updated)

Folk Music (alphabetical order):
Auntie's Bookstore  Downtown Spokane Bluegrass  Jam Sunday Afternoon from 2pm to 5pm.
Bear Creek Lodge Mt. Spokane Highway Old time and other ac. music
Brooklyn Nights Deli122 South MonroeFolk and other live music
Catacombs Pub 110 S Monroe St Folk music with dinner
Centerstage Theater 1017 W. 1st Ave.  747-stage Special folk/ethnic concerts
Di Luna's restaurant 207 Cedar St.,Sandpoint, Idaho 83864
Special folk concerts
 Eichardt's  212 W. Cedar St., Sandpoint, ID. 208.263.4005 Monday Blues Jam (8pm) hosted by Truck Mills
Far West Billiards 1001 W 1st Ave. Acoustic and other music in dining area
Huckleberry's Natural Foods 926 S. Monroe St. Acoustic music in dining area
Medley's  14415 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA. 509.927.4555 Monday No Name Blues Band Jam 
The Bing Theater 901 W. Sprague Special folk concerts
O'Doherty's Pub 525 W Spokane Falls Blvd and in the Spokane Valley Celtic bands
O'Shays Pub   313 CDA Lake Dr. CDA (208) 661-1077 Irish Folk Open Mike Thursdays 8:30
Panida Theater Downtown Sandpoint, Idaho Special folk concerts
Rick Singer Photography   415 1/2 West Main Ave Spokane WA 99201  838-3333
Downtown photography studio, loft style, studio concerts
Rock Inn  8122 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane, WA. 509.922.4649 Wednesday Blues jam
Rocket Bakeries Various locations Acoustic music in dining area
Spokane House 4301 West Sunset Boulevard
Spokane, WA 99224-5157
(509) 838-1471
Every sun and wed night country dancing at the Spokane house lounge,  7pm til close we offer live country music and welcome square dancers, and families, we also have a 8.99 prime rib dinner sun and wed night

Spokane Songwriter's Guildmonthly concerts showcasing local songwritersOriginal local songwriters
Trick Shot Dixie's  321 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane, WA. 509.624.4549 Wednesday Blues Jam
Wine Cellar 313 Sherman, CDA Blues

The dancing place 2nd Floor, 39 W. Pacific Ave Ballroom, latin, country lessons
Greek Orthodox Church
1703 N. Washington   Scottish country dancing.  Thursdays 6:30-8:30 pm,  in the church hall on the south side of the church.
Southside senior activity center 3151 E 27th 535-0803 Thursday eve ballroom, all ages
Temple Beth Shalom  1322 E 30th Spokane International Folk Dance Thursdays Line and circle dances from around the world. 7 to 9 p.m. at Temple Beth Shalom,  $1 donation requested. Ring bell for entrance. For info contact Sylvia Gobel 624-5693 
Woman's Club 1428 W 9th Ave 324-1882 SFS contras, other lessons
Dances at Sandpoint Sandpoint Dances First Saturdays
For more details, contact Vickie Marron ~208-290-1340