Sponsored by the Puget Sound Folk Harp Society
An On-Line Newsletter
for the Pacific Northwest
Folk Harp Community...
Dear Readers - Something strange has happened and all our Menu Buttons have disappeared! We are working on this, but in the meantime, here is an alternative way to get to our most popular pages. To reach the desired page, choose from the links below. Then when you wish to return to this Home Page, click on the harp graphic in the upper left corner, and you'll return here so you can choose another page. (We know... AWKWARD! We'll try to get back to normal as soon as possible!)
ANNOUNCEMENTS -- http://www.reigningharps.com/announcements.htm
CALENDAR -- http://www.reigningharps.com/calendar.htm
FEATURED HARP MUSIC -- http://www.reigningharps.com/featuredharpmusic.htm
TEACHERS/PERFORMERS -- http://www.reigningharps.com/directory.htm
HARPS FOR SALE -- http://www.reigningharps.com/harps_for_sale.htm
Reigning Harps is the official newsletter of the Puget Sound Folk Harp Society (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, incorporated in Washington State). The purpose of this newsletter is to promote the folk harp in the Pacific Northwest through an exchange of information among area harp players and by outreach to the general public. Some of the on-going features of the newsletter include an events calendar, a directory of performers and teachers, ads for harps and harp equipment, announcements of general harp interest, a listing of regional harp circles, free featured harp music every quarter, and more.
New in June 2019: New CDs and videos, see Announcements; lots of summer workshops and camps and tours, see Calendar; three newly listed Dusty Strings, see Harps for Sale.
Ads, calendar entries, announcements, or other items of interest to Pacific Northwest folk harp players are welcome; contact us for submission guidelines.
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Enjoy the newsletter, and please check back frequently for updated information!
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This page was last updated on June 04, 2019
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