|This page gives you the low-down on location, time, and
formats of BCFSS monthly meetings.
- Where & When
Bucks County Folk Song Society holds its regular
monthly meetings at
Wrightstown Friends Meetinghouse
PA Rte 413 (Durham Rd.)
The meetinghouse is on the west side of the
road, just south of the intersection with Penns Park Rd. It's
about 3 miles north of Newtown and 1 mile south of Rte. 232.
For an interactive map, click here: Map to Meetinghouse.
Meetings are normally held on the first Sunday
of every month, but occasionally switch to the second Sunday
when the first is on a holiday weekend. Check the calendar to be sure.
The festivities begin around 6:30 and end
promptly at 10:00pm.
Here's what on the meeting calendar for the
|To give you
a better picture of our activities, we list the
musical features of our past meetings on a separate
page. Click HERE.
|April 7, 2019
Lynn and Tony Hughes
|Lynn and Tony bring a
wealth of experience and considerable skill in folk,
country, and especially Celtic music. Oh, the
stories, they can (and will) tell, while
entertaining us with songs accompanied by Tony's
Guitar and Lynn's many concertinas.Our usual
snacking and jamming sessions will follow.
|May 5, 2019
Supper & Feature:
"Take 2" Concert
|We start the evening
early at 5:30 with our annual potluck supper. A-M
bring side dish or salad. N-Z bring dessert or
fruit. This will be followed by our feature
presentation, the "Take 2" concert.
We did not have
enough time at the Spring Concert for everyone who
wanted to play, so this will be a follow-up
consolation concert for those who were not in the
concert last month, namely Fool & Prophets,
Double D's, Spring Muse, Lynn & Tony, and Rick
|June 2, 2019
|Here we go again with that totally
demented progressive theme circle. That doesn't mean
the songs have to relate to liberal politics.
The theme varies in the course of the circle as each
song has to be related in some (often obscure) way
to the previous one.
Following the Circle, uke maestro, David McCullough,
will present a ukulele workshop. Those not attending
the workshop will be able to snack and jam as usual.
|July 7, 2019
|There's a first time
for everything, and there must be plenty of songs
dealing with firsts from romance to railroading to
space flight. Our usual snacking and jamming
sessions will follow.