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The purpose of the Seattle Folklore Society is to preserve and foster awareness and appreciation of folk and traditional arts in the Seattle area. Our non-profit folk organization, founded in 1966, has one of the largest and most stable memberships in the country. We produce folk music concerts, dances, song circles, camps, and a newsletter, the SFS Flyer. Many of our members are active concertgoers, dancers and players of the acoustic guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dulcimer, ukulele, and other folk instruments. The SFS is a member of Folk Alliance.

The purpose of the Seattle Folklore Society is to preserve and foster awareness and appreciation of folk and traditional arts in the Seattle area.
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The SFS concert committee produces many folk music concerts each year. You are invited to come to a concert committee meeting on the first Monday of most months at 7 pm in Seattle. Email us or leave a message on the concert line at (206) 923-8923 for the location of the next meeting. We love to have drop-in guests, even if you are just interested in seeing what it takes to produce a concert. We have a compilation CD (produced in 2000) available of some of our favorite Northwest folk acts.

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