The Bluegrass Country radio station puts Bluegrass, Blues, Old Time, Celtic and other forms of roots music in front of the people, broadcasting 24-7 on 88.5HD-2, online, and with their free apps. Follow them on Twitter and Instagram.
The Stroke Comeback Center gives inspiration and therapy to stroke survivors after the insurance has stopped.
Proud members: "IBMA is the trade association that connects and educates bluegrass professionals, empowers the bluegrass community, and encourages worldwide appreciation of bluegrass music of yesterday, today and tomorrow."
Longtime members. "Information on all things bluegrass in the Washington area and beyond. Calendar, concert series, jams, artists, venues, radio, listserv and membership info."
Longtime members. Want to Jam with others? Learn to play, or just listen? This Bi-weekly get together is fantastic!
Members. "the Folk Club is an all volunteer organization dedicated to the appreciation of music and the preservation of folk traditions. The Folk Club meets Tuesday evenings at 7:15 PM at Amphora's Diner Deluxe. Each Tuesday we host an open mike and special events are held throughout the month and include concerts and showcases.
Come join us any Tuesday. Whether you choose to listen, perform or both, you'll find the Folk Club to be a friendly and enjoyable experience you'll want to repeat."
FOB Friends Of the Old Time Banjo "We are a group of friends who recreationally play old time music in the DC metropolitan area. We affectionately refer to ourselves as FOB or Friends of Old Time Banjo but we equally love fiddles, guitars and all the traditional instruments found in old time string bands. We offer this site as a way to share resources with others who love to play the old tunes. "
Several of us are members of the Franconia Moose lodge. They treat you like family there, and do a lot of good charitable work in the community. Click on the photo and consider becoming a member! ( how can you not like any place that serves tater tot‘s?
…Natures perfect food… )
Sending "Boxes of Home" to deployed Sailors, Marines, and service members.
The 25th Project (T25P) is a private, 501c3 non-profit organization that provides basic living essentials to local homeless of the greater Washington D.C. area. We strive to educate, equip, empower, and encourage our homeless neighbors to take the next steps towards self-sufficiency.