Spokane Folklore Society Index

Calendar of Events
Current Newsletter
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

Support our Business Members:

Kit "KayCee"Brennick, State Farm Insurance
4407 N Division St, Suite 610
Spokane, WA 99207
Bus: 509-483-5540 Fax: 509-592-2098

David Lohman
Collaborative Lawyer
A healthier alternative for divorcing and separating couples
Licensed in Idaho and Washington
(208) 664-5544

You can promote your business and support the Folklore Society
with a business membership--$100/year

Questions about the folklore society? email  myspokanefolklore@gmail.com

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Spoken Word performers

Spokane Storytellers FFF 2017
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  

  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