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Spokane Folklore Society Index

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Fall Folk Festival
  Lady of the Lake
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Spokane Folklore Society
Answer Phone: (509)747-2640
P.O. Box 141
Spokane, WA 99210-0141 

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Spoken Word performers

Salish School of Spokane at FFF 2013
Glen Bair – (Ephrata, WA)–  Original poetry and songs -  for cowboys and people who have never seen a cow
            509-787-3696       rcbair@gmail.com  

Salish School of Spokane –presents traditional and contemporary Salish songs, dances and story        skits/storytelling. Salish is the first language of the Greater Spokane region.  It is the Native          language of all of the Spokane area indigenous people:  Spokanes, Coeur d'Alenes, Kalispels, and Colvilles
      Contact:    Christopher Parkin   325-2018   info@salishschoolofspokane.org  
                      www.salishschoolofspokane.org

  Spokane Storytellers League
Multicultural, folk, & humorous stories for all ages/entertaining as well as providing uplifting messages for adults and young audiences alike
Jennilyn Weight 467-5703   jenuine7022@aol.com Kay Yates     yates.kk@comcast.net      466-8672
 
Dick Warwick -  original & classic cowboy and outback poetry
     509-285-4084       dwarwick@mindspring.com