Susquehanna Folk presents...

Folk Entertainment at

Fort Hunter Day

September 18, 2016
10 am to 5 pm
Fort Hunter Park
FREE!

Join us on the grounds of Fort Hunter Park for a fun, family-friendly festival that celebrates our local folkways.

Photos from the Corncrib Stage at Fort Hunter, fall 2006

Pictured: Scenes from the Corncrib Stage, fall 2006

Join us on the grounds of Fort Hunter Park for a fun, family-friendly festival that celebrates our local folkways. This annual autumn festival is packed with activities for all ages.

Hang out at the Corn Crib Stage for folk entertainment with some of our favorite local musicians. You can even join in yourself, at our morning jam session.

Fort Hunter Day also features children's crafts and games; pony rides, hayrides and carriage rides; demonstrations of 18th and 19th Century life; live music; a terrific craft show and sale; food and quilt display; and much more. With Front Street closed down, visitors really get a sense of the area before the automobile. More info at Fort Hunter's website »

Live Susquehanna Folk!

Enjoy a variety of entertainment at the Corncrib Stage, emceed by our own Fred Heagy.

And stick around for some great jazz to close the day with the Steve Rudolph Quintet.

Fort Hunter Park

5300 N Front St, Harrisburg Directions

  • A FREE event!

Questions?

  • Contact Fred Heagy

    at jams (at) sfmsfolk.org, call him at 717-839-7517, or leave a message at 717-745-6577
  • Get Directions

    to Fort Hunter Centennial Barn.
  • Visit our Links Section

    to learn more about live folk music and music-making opportunities in the Harrisburg area and beyond.

Experience Hands-On Folk!

Susquehanna Folk presents Coffeehouses, monthly Jam Sessions, Workshops with master performers, and many other events to bring folk music off the stage and into your hands.

See our Hands-On Folk Calendar »

Logo: Dauphin County, PA

Presented by Dauphin County Parks & Recreation, in cooperation with SFMS. Their website lists a wide range of Festivals and Special Events.

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Funding Acknowledgments

logos: Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Cultural Alliance of York County, Cultural Enrichment Fund

The Susquehanna Folk Music Society (SFMS) is supported by our members and many generous organizations.

Funding is provided by the Cultural Enrichment Fund and by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, administered locally by the Cultural Alliance of York County.

logo: National Endowment for the Arts logo: Pennsylvania Council on the Arts logo: CUltural Alliance of York County logo: CUltural Enrichment Fund