Other Ways to Help
Bring Baked Goods to a Show! The snack counter at Folkus shows features a mixture of store-bought and homemade goodies, but of course everyone prefers the homemade stuff! If you're a baker, next time you come to a show, bring a plate of cookies, brownies or such. Thanks.
Help Get Our Posters Out There! Join the Poster Club.. Give us your e-mail address and we'll send you Folkus show posters (as a PDF attachment). Print and post it wherever you like. To join, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address questions about this website to Dana Cooke, email@example.com
Become a supporting member, help us grow, and receive concerts discounts and other rewards. Click for info
General Comments. Tell us what you think. Send us ideas. Ask us how it all works. . . . E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Ticket Queries. Questions about ticket purchases for upcoming shows (or about tickets already purchased) . . . E-mail email@example.com
Urgent Problems. If you have needs unanswerable by e-mail, call Steve at 315 638 4740. But please exhaust website and e-mail options first. And do NOT call May Memorial UU Society, as they merely host but otherwise have no role in our programming. Thank you.
To learn more about us, visit
May Memorial UU Society
First and third Friday of the month
All shows at 8 pm (doors open at 7:30)
3800 East Genesee St., Syracuse / how to get there
(Please do NOT call May with questions; see above.)
Advance sale tickets through PayPal and other methods. (Don't have a PayPal account? You can still use PayPal to make a credit card purchase.) More info here.
Note: If you have questions about a show at May Memorial, please do NOT call May. Review Ticket Policy and, if necessary, select from the Comments / Questions options above.
Bill Knowlton's Bluegrass Ramble. Bill's bluegrass radio show (and associated events) date back almost as far as Bill Monroe himself! / website
CNY Bluegrass Association. Folk music's mountain-bred second cousin / website
"Common Threads." Folk music on the radio. / website
Guitar League. Talk and workshops about your ax. Meeting monthly / website
Irish Sessions. A great, ongoing jam of Celtic and old-timey types. Every Sunday / website
Oswego Music Hall. One of upstate New York's most venerable music venues, in a beautiful location to boot! / website
Syracuse Community Choir. Songs of peace and social justice / website
Syracuse Country Dancers. Contra dances and the like / website
Join the CNY Friends of Folk listserv. For info: website