Introducing NC Folk’s monthly newsletter, Folklife Flashes!
Each issue you’ll have the sights, sounds, and stories of our state delivered right to you. You’ll meet a different traditional artist or group, find a food feature handpicked for the month, and get a quick collection of links to help you with your work. Best of all, we’ll share with you a special bit of media from our archives you might not encounter anywhere else . . . AND let you know about a special offer in our store available only to our subscribers! If you have received the last two issues, no need to sign up, you’re already on the list! If not, click the sign up button below.
Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the North Carolina Folklfe Institute by celebrating the wonderful traditions of our state . . . and be sure to tell a friend!
Joy M. Salyers, Executive Director
Celebrating Vietnamese Cultures in NC, Dock Rmah,”Egg Rolls and Mi Quang,” Evan Hatch and Noran Sanford, Montagnard Dance and Music,
So Many Treats, Uncle Eli’s Quilting Party, North Carolina Blueberry Festival, APPLES Summer Interns, The Doc Watson Family Album, Music by the Watson Family.
Getting Warmed Up, Tyris Jones, Storytelling as Craft, Mama’s Tea, Historic Lexington Barbecue Pits, Being a Joines, NCFolk on WUNC-TV’s NCNow.
Highlights of Spring, East Arcadia Blue Monday Shad Fry, Asparagus Shoots & Roots, David Holt & Josh Goforth: Cutting Loose, Traditional Lumbee Clothing.
In Like a Lion, Jim Vipperman, Lenten Fish Fries, Marcus Martin: When I Get My New House Done, “If You Can’t Help Me by Lena Mae Perry and Wilbur Tharpe.
Wallace Evans of Heritage Quilters, Ray Linville’s Valentine’s Day post for NC Food, The Remarkable Story of Louise Anderson, 21st Century Traditional Dance.
The North Carolina Folklife Institute is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations can be made online or by check: 2726 Croasdaile Drive Suite 206, Durham, NC 27705.