Folk Music Club seeks members

FRANKFORT SPRINGS, Pa. – The Appalachian Folk Music Club, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting, playing and teaching Appalachian mountain music, is accepting applications for new members.

The club welcomes folk music enthusiasts.

It is not a country music jam session. Only acoustic instruments, such as dulcimers, guitars, fiddles, banjos and autoharps, are played.

The group meets at 6 p.m. Wednesdays at the Frankfort Springs Grange Hall located at 1476 state Route 18.

For information, call Alice Whitehill at (724) 573-9109 or email dulcimama1@core.com

Folk Music Club seeks members

FRANKFORT SPRINGS, Pa. – The Appalachian Folk Music Club, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting, playing and teaching Appalachian mountain music, is accepting applications for new members.

The club welcomes folk music enthusiasts. It is not a country music jam session. Only acoustic instruments, such as dulcimers, guitars, fiddles, banjos and autoharps, are played.

The group meets at 6 p.m. Wednesdays at the Frankfort Springs Grange Hall located at 1476 state Route 18.

For information, call Alice Whitehill at (724) 573-9109 or email dulcimama1@core.com