We are a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to study, promote, preserve and educate the public in American Traditional folk music and folk instruments used in our cultural history.

We participate in many local area events that are free to the public through the year. We also play for private events and ask for a donation to cover our expenses.

Some of our regular venues are:

If you are interested in reserving us for your special event, please contact us for more information.

Although we are a non-profit organization, we gladly accept donations for our time, travel expenses, equipment upkeep and other outside costs.

History:
Founded in 1989 by Patty Coffman and Deb Schroeder (now Deb Knight).

Society members were Patty Coffman, Deb Schroder, Phil Hughes, Wanda Hughes, David Craig, Marilyn Hendrich and Maureen Sellers and the first meeting was held at the Corydon United Methodist Church in downtown Corydon, Indiana in November of 1989.