Stories tagged: Fall Folk Festival
Fri., Nov. 10, 2017
Musicians, dancers share talents at Spokane Folklore Society’s Fall Folk Festival
The festival, now in its 22nd year, will take place Saturday and Sunday at Spokane Community College.
Wed., Nov. 11, 2015, noon
Folk Festival highlights local talents, global styles
The Fall Folk Festival keeps it going after 20 years.
Thu., Oct. 8, 2015
Fall Folk Festival seeks volunteers
Hundreds of helpers needed for annual event
Thu., Nov. 10, 2011
Free, annual two-day party mixes music, dance, storytelling
Why will about 6,000 people show up at the Fall Folk Festival again this year? Maybe the names of the acts have something to do with it:
Sun., Nov. 21, 2010
Fall Folk Festival teems with culturally diverse acts
Diversity is probably not the first thing that comes to mind when people think of Spokane. For those who think it’s a culturally desolate place, the Fall Folk Festival is …
Thu., Nov. 18, 2010
Folk Festival shows off its wide appeal
Feel like some Chinese this weekend? Maybe a little Hawaiian? Some Middle Eastern? The Spokane Folklore Society’s Fall Folk Festival is like a buffet of world music and dance, with …
Sun., Nov. 14, 2010
Spotlight: KSPS-7 set to upgrade signal
KSPS-7’s broadcast signal will be off the air Tuesday through Thursday to upgrade the public television station’s transmission tower. It will affect only people who get KSPS over the air. …
Sun., Nov. 1, 2009
Festival eerie only for its fun
Halloween mixed easily with the Fall Folk Festival Saturday at Spokane Community College. Tastefully dressed creatures of the night – no gore in this crowd – tapped their toes and …
Sat., Oct. 31, 2009, 10:23 p.m.
Holiday feel at folk festival
Halloween mixed easily with the Fall Folk Festival Saturday at Spokane Community College.
Thu., Oct. 29, 2009
Performers from around the world converge on Fall Folk Festival
Every year, dozens of performers stream in to the Spokane Fall Folk Festival from California, Montana, British Columbia and, of course, Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Yet they represent farther-ranging folk …
Sat., Nov. 8, 2008
That’s not all, folks
They come from Colville, Wenatchee, Spokane, Sandpoint, Portland and Seattle. Yet they’re steeped in the traditions of India, Appalachia, Zimbabwe, Scotland, Arabia, Ireland, Japan and the Andes.