MEMBERSHIP  OPTIONS

Become part of a community of musicians, dancers, storytellers, and other folk who love music and each other.

Individual

$20/Year

(Includes newsletter in email.  Printed newsletter in US MAIL available for an additional $5 per year.)

(Includes newsletter in email.  Printed newsletter in US MAIL available for an additional $5 per year.)

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Family

$25/Year

(Includes newsletter in email.  Printed newsletter in US MAIL available for an additional $5 per year.)

(Includes newsletter in email.  Printed newsletter in US MAIL available for an additional $5 per year.)

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Premium

$50 to $500/Year

(For individuals or families.  Includes newsletter in email.  Printed newsletter in US MAIL available at no additional charge.)

(For individuals or families.  Includes newsletter in email.  Printed newsletter in US MAIL available at no additional charge.  Also includes premium gift.)

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All  memberships  include:

  • Our monthly newsletter crammed full of information on Folk Project activities and news about other music and dance events in the northeast,
  • A discount on admission to our Spring and Fall Getaways.  (You may save more than the cost of membership with this benefit alone.)
  • Admission to member-only events, such as our monthly Evenings of Music and annual picnic.
  • Opportunities to perform in special events, like our annual Birthday Party and the Valentines Day Extravaganza where our members take the stage.
  • Listing of your own gigs in our newsletter to let other members know where you’ll be performing.
  • Listing in the Folk Project’s performer resource directory of members who provide services for hire.
  • Discount on admission to the Folk Alliance national and regional conventions.

Premium  memberships  add:

Our eternal gratitude, plus...

HOW  WE'VE  CHANGED  ONE  MEMBER'S  LIFE:

...the Folk Project has inspired me to bake, fiddle, write poetry, dance, make
many new wonderful friends, and expand my enjoyment of music and my CD collection!
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Barbara D. Hall