Puget Sound

Folk Harp Society

                        ...a chapter of the ISFHC



The Puget Sound Folk Harp Society is a registered Washington State nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to promote the awareness and appreciation of the folk harp in the Puget Sound area and beyond.  The Puget Sound Folk Harp Society was officially incorporated on January 15, 2004, and is a federal 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Reigning Harps is the official on-line newsletter of the Puget Sound Folk Harp Society.
With a calendar, harp ads, teacher/performer directory, announcements, free music, and more.  
Keep up with all the harp news in the Pacific Northwest!

 Reigning Harps Newsletter


Our annual Harp Picnic was scheduled for September 13, 2020,
in Seattle's Ravenna Park, but we couldn't meet in person...

 So we had a Zoom Picnic instead... 22 harp players joined in for an
afternoon of companionship and music.

The 34th Winter Folk Harp Festival took place February 7-9, 2020
(before the quarantines started)
Forty-plus harp players enjoyed a weekend of music and fun!

For More Photos from the Weekend, See the Gallery

Our Annual Pot-luck Picnic took place September 8, 2019
Hardy Harpers Braved Rain and Shine at Ravenna Park in Seattle WA

Our Summer Folk Harp Retreat took place June 7-9, 2019
Beautiful Music and Scenery at Camp Casey on Whidbey Island

For more photos from the retreat, see the gallery.

Harp Circles!

We Sponsor Monthly Harp Circles:

Third Sundays (except September) at the Mountlake Terrace Library from 2 to 4:30 pm
Second Saturdays at the Tumwater Timberland Library from 2 to 4:30 pm

All ages, styles, and levels are welcome!

Many Harp Circles are Now Being Held Via Zoom!
For details, write to info@pugetsoundfolkharpsociety.org

Music for Harp Circles!

You are Welcome to Print Out Beth Kolle's Celtic Tunes Lead Sheet Booklet:


PSFHS "Harpers' Songbook" Updates

Participants at our Winter Festival and Summer Retreat receive a free book full of harp music!
(Sorry, we cannot sell you one, due to agreements with the original contributors.)
Keep your book up to date with the current table of contents and the latest group tunes:

Table of Contents & Group Tunes

Puget Sound Folk Harp Society Board Members:
 Anna Jenkins, Beth Kolle, Diane Moss, Nan Pardew,
Sally Verrinder, and Eileen Warr-Marti.

Officers for 2020-2021
Eileen Warr-Marti, president; Beth Kolle, vice-president;
Diane Moss, secretary; Sally Verrinder, treasurer. 

Contact us at: info@PugetSoundFolkHarpSociety.org

*      The Puget Sound Folk Harp Society strives to provide equal access to its programs and services for all people
without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability.
Trained service animals (as defined by law) are welcome at Society events;
 the animal's owner assumes full responsibility for the animal's actions at all times.

(Puget Sound Folk Harp Society's "harp-orca" logo created and used by permission of Paula Lalish.)


This page was last updated on March 01, 2021