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Central Pennsylvania's grass-roots voice for folk music and dance!

October Jam & Song Swap

Sunday, October 9, 2022 1-4 pm at Fort Hunter Barn

About This Event:

Join us at Fort Hunter Barn to make music and share songs. All ages and levels are welcome, as well as listeners!

Montage of photos from a Susquehanna Folk jam in 2019. TOP LEFT: a bearded young man playing fiddle, with guitar and mandolin players in the background. TOP RIGHT: a gray-haired man playing pennywhistle. CENTER: accordion player, banjo player and guitarist, all older people. BOTTOM: wide-angle shot showing 16+ folk musicians sitting in a large oval, filling the room at Fort Hunter. They're playing a variety of instruments, including guitars, banjos, and a hammered dulcimer.

Join us at Fort Hunter Barn for an afternoon each month to make music and share songs. Everyone is welcome: singers, players and listeners; beginners to experts; young and old. Folk music is at its best when made by hand and shared among friends — so drag that ukulele out of the closet and join in!

Bring your instruments, ears, voices, and (if you wish) snacks to share. Copies of song words and/or guitar chords help others play and sing along.

We get all kinds of instruments at SFMS jams. This 2019 video features fiddler Chad Snyder playing "Danny Boy" along with Daniel T Worley on... a saw!

"Danny Boy" played on... a saw!

Jams are back!!

We are so glad to be hosting in‑person jams again. We hope to see you soon!

  • October 9, 2022
  • November 13, 2022

Our monthly jams are generally on second Sundays.


Fort Hunter Barn

5300 N. Front St, Harrisburg, PA 17110

The Fort Hunter Centennial Barn is a few miles north of Harrisburg, and wheelchair friendly.

Hands-On Folk

Susquehanna Folk brings folk music off the stage and into your hands, presenting coffeehouses, monthly jam sessions, workshops with master performers, and more. See more Hands-On Folk events...


Contact Joe Cooney:
jams (at) sfmsfolk.org
or call (717) 599-1181
or leave a message at (717) 745-6577.