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How to Join PSG

Anyone can be a PSG member - there is no audition. Benefits include good comradeship and good music, as well as the monthly sing-around/meeting, newsletter, the biennial directory of members, and eligibility to attend the Last Gasp.

For individual/family or organization membership Send a check (payable to the PSG) for $20 to:

The Pickin' and Singin' Gatherin'
c/o Bruce Pomeroy
2137 Pangburn Road
Duanesburg, NY 12056

Members of the PSG organize/produce activities, such as the GottaGetGon Folk Festival and the Last Gasp Folk Festival, a monthly newsletter of events and articles of interest to the folk community, and even the occasional house concert or dance. Membership provides a good contact with the Folk community.

For other info: contact the President of PSG, (you will have to type it in to your email program) phone: (518) 382-5469 or past PSG President (Vicki Kelsey) Vicki; she maintains the e-mail list.

Here is a membership form (pdf) if you like such a thing. You will note the humor. Please fill it in and send it. (no joke)

 

Gatherin' Meetings

These "gather'n's"(picking & singing) are for the entire family. There is good company, plenty of singing, playing, and listening to various types of traditional and contemporary folk music. It is an opportunity to share your songs, learn new ones, and enjoy the company of others who enjoy a wide range of folk music.
Meetings (mostly sing-arounds for all levels of experience, there is a room for instrumentalists) are 1 to 4PM, on the 2nd Sunday of the month (October thru May). New folks are always welcome.


Location: The OldSongs building:
37 South Main St. Voorheesville, NY

Check the oldsongs website for directions and a map, also here:

see: OldSongs -- 37 South Main St. Voorheesville, NY

Directions to 37 South Main Street in Voorheesville- Click here for a map:
Site of the PSG sing-arounds (and most Old Songs concerts).
>>From south end of I-87 Northway:
Turn Right (west) and go appx. 3 miles to Rt. 155 There will be a CVS on the left and a Japanese restaurant on the right. Turn left onto 155 and follow to end, appx. 4 miles.
>Bear right through the traffic circle onto Rt 85A west. Follow it under the railroad overpass and continue to the first street on the right. There's a park on the corner. Turn right onto Main St. and go one block to the Stewart's store. The Old Songs building is across the street to your left.
Park at the carpet store or the hardware store. There are handicapped slots behind the Old Songs building.

There is good company, plenty of singing, playing, and listening to various types of traditional and contemporary folk music. It is an opportunity to share your songs, learn new ones, and enjoy the company of others who enjoy a wide range of folk music.