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  Bucks County Folk Song Society
BCFSS Monthly Meetings


Bucks County Folk Song Society holds its regular monthly meetings at

Wrightstown Friends Meetinghouse
PA Rte 413 (Durham Rd.)
Wrightstown, PA

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.




  1. Monthly meetings normally begin with one of two musical formats:
    • Circle (usually 20-30 performers, once around) with song/story/dance presentations relating to a predetermined theme. Upcoming themes are listed in the calendar below. Click CIRCLE PHOTO GALLERY for a peek at a past circle meeting.
    • Featured Performer or series of performers. Performers are usually BCFSS members, but occasionally we feature guests from neighboring societies. All performers volunteer their time and talents. Click FEATURE PHOTO GALLERY for a peek at a past feature meeting, but be prepared for a wait of a minute or so.
  2. Minimal Business Meeting
  3. Announcements
  4. Sign-Ups for Upcoming Society Performances/Events
  5. About 1-1/2 Hours for Munching, Jamming, and Schmoozing



Here's what on the meeting calendar for the coming months:

To give you a better picture of our activities, we list the musical features of our past meetings on a separate page. Click HERE.

June 2, 2019
Progressive Circle
Ukulele Workshop
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
First Time
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.

August 4, 2019
Wrinkles may be considered badges of age and wisdom, or they may be peculiarities such as wrinkles in the space-time continuum. Bring us some insight in the wrinkles you may be concerned with. Our usual snacking and jamming sessions will follow.

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This Page Last Updated: May 28, 2019