is dedicated to furthering the interest and appreciation of folk music through education, research, and participation; familiarizing the people of southeastern Pennsylvania with authentic folk art; and providing a meeting place for those with a common interest in folk music. Meetings of the Society are held at the Wrightstown Friends Meetinghouse on PA Rte 413 (Durham Rd.) in Wrightstown, PA. For further information, contact Albert Coffman at webmeister@bucksfolk.org or info@bucksfolk.org.


is a premier live music listening room that has provided the Lehigh Valley with top quality entertainment since 1976. Godfrey's has earned a reputation as one of the finest folk music venues in the country, and is supported by nearly 700 members and 100 volunteers. Godfrey Daniels, located at 7 E 4th St. in Bethlehem, PA, exists to create and nurture the appreciation of traditional and contemporary folk music and performing arts by providing an intimate environment where professional artists, amateur performers and audience members will be enriched by the unique experience of live performance. For further information call (610) 867-2390 or e-mail at info@godfreydaniels.org.


The Kutztown Folk Music Society is dedicated to providing a venue for unique and talented performers, hosting a wide range of local and national folk artists. Entertaining shows from superb musicians with a diversity of styles within the folk music genre are performed in an intimate setting for an appreciative audience. Kutztown Folk Music Society Season Concerts are held at St. Johns UCC in Kutztown, PA. For information about the Society, contact Kutzown Folk Music Society (% Keith Brintzinhoff), 153 West Walnut St., Kutztown, PA 19530, or phone at 610.683.8720, or e-mail at keith@hometownu.com


The reading Full Circle is a non-profit organization in Berks County Pennsylvania, dedicated to the preservation and playing of acoustic music. The love of music and fellowship is the foundation of the Society. The Society, is simply a group of musicians that gather monthly for informal jam sessions. It is comprised of musicians of all ages, abilities, talents with a common goal of sharing, learning, promoting, and playing acoustic music. Regular jam sessions begin at 7:00 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the St. Johns Luthern Church Parish House, which is located at 35 South Church Street in Mohnton, PA. For information, e-mail at fsmusicsociety@gmail.com or phone: 610-775-7322.


The Lehigh Valley Arts Council is a non-profit organization established to promote the arts;, to encourage and support artists and their development, to assist arts organizations and to facilitate communication and cooperation among artists, arts organizations, and the community. The Arts Councilis located at 840 Hamilton Street, Suite 201 in Allentown, PA 18101. For information and membership contact info@lvartscouncil.org or phone 610-437-5915.


The Nazareth Center for the Arts was established in 2009 with a mission to educate, inspire, and celebrate the visual and performing arts within the community of Nazareth. The Center sponsors art workshops, music concerts, open mikes and jam seesions and much more. The Center is located at 30 Belvidere St., between Main and Broad in Nazareth, Pa. For more information contact info@nazaretharts.org or write to PO Box 91, Nazareth, PA..


The Pocono Dulcimer Club is a group of diverse individuals spanning age and culture who gather monthly to develop and promote the playing of the Appalacian Mountain Dulcimer and the Hammered Dulcimer. The Club is engaged in encouraging the spread and preservation of these instruments and playing the traditional music. The Club meets the 3rd Monday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Eastern Monroe County Library on Rte. 611 in Stroudsburg. For further information, contact dulcinut@ptd.net or write to PDC, c/o Norm Williams, 7724 Hamilton Blvd., Breinigsville, PA 18031, or call and leave a message at 610.657.2597.


Lehigh Valley Celtic Music --- live Celtic music and related information - within 2-hour drive of downtown Bethlehem, PA --- email: info (at) lehighvalleyceltic.com * 1700 Sullivan Trail #175, Easton, PA 18040 * phone: 888-324-1621 Share information with other lovers of Celtic music about all the wonderful music that is happening here in the Lehigh Valley of PA, and within a couple hours of it, so we can all enjoy it together! The music you will find here will be primarily "traditional" Irish music and Scottish music -- although there are many wonderful modern interpretations. Family-friendly please. And the Lehigh Valley is much more than just Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. Those of us who love the music will travel an hour (or two?), so if you know of something wonderful happening in your area, please email us at info(at)lehighvalleyceltic.com and we'll post it. If you would like to meet others at an event, email us and we'll schedule a "meetup


Thank you for stopping in for a visit. Hopefully, you will find information here that will help you get to know us and get to know the Dobro® a little better. We are a simple group with simple objectives. We love the Dobro® and everything associated with it. We are anxious to share our enthusiasm with anyone that would like to listen. So sit back, take a look around, listen to some music and meet some of the folks who are eager to make your experience with the Dobro® the best that it can be


Our Pocono is a nonprofit, all volunteer, membership organization whose purpose is to provide up to date information about the bands, venues, pickers and events occurring in the Poconos and beyond in the world of bluegrass. In addition to holding monthly shindigs on the first Sunday of the month from October through April, the Society offers a Winter Festival in late January. The shindigs are held at 260 Washington St. East Stroudsburg, Pa. and begin at 12:30 PM and run until 5:00 pm or so.begin. If you play an instrument, please bring it along and join one of the many jams happening around the building. You can obtain more information on their website or contact them at jcuuu@ptd.net or 570 992 2259.