Puget Sound
Folk Harp Society
…a chapter of the ISFHC

The Puget Sound Folk Harp Society is a registered Washington State
nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to promote awareness and
appreciation of the folk harp in the Puget Sound area and beyond.
The Puget Sound Folk Harp Society was officially incorporated
on January 15, 2004, and is a federal 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Reigning Harps is the on-line newsletter of the Puget Sound Folk Harp Society,
with a calendar, ads, teacher/performer directory, free music, and more.
Keep up with all the harp news in the Pacific Northwest!

Reigning Harps Newsletter

Links to sections below

Our Events!
Harp Circles!
Music For Harp Circles
PSFHS “Harpers’ Songbook” Updates
Puget Sound Folk Harp Society Board Members


Spring Folk Harp Festival

Our brand new Spring Festival Took Place April 19-21, 2024.
It was a Great Success: 35 harp Players and 4 Companions
Enjoyed 3 Days of Music, Relaxation, and Friendship!

For More Photos from the Festival
See the Gallery

Summer Folk Harp Retreat

Our 2023 retreat on beautiful Whidbey Island at Camp Casey
a wonderful reunion after a 4-year hiatus!

Left to right, top to bottom: Scott, Jennifer, Diane, Bob, Marie, Lesly;
Jean, Barbara, Nan, Kathleen, Michelle, Leslie;
Neil, Maria, Joyce, Michelle, Linda, Gail, Kalinda, Tara
(not pictured, Janet and Dan)

Winter Folk Harp Festival

Our previous Winter Folk Harp Festival took place February 7-9, 2020
(just before the quarantine started).

For More Photos from the Festival
See the Gallery

Annual Folk Harp Picnic

Our Annual Picnic took place Sunday, September 17, 2023, at the Gazebo at Cromwell Park in Shoreline WA.

For More Photos from the Picnic
See the Gallery


Circles are meeting in person again!
All ages, styles, and levels are welcome!
For details, write to:



You are welcome to print out
Beth Kolle’s Celtic Tunes Lead Sheet Booklet:

Cover    Table of Contents    Tunes


Participants at our Winter Festival and Summer Retreat receive
a free book full of harp music!
(Sorry, we cannot sell you one, due to agreements
with the original contributors.)

However, anyone is welcome to print out Group Tunes
added after 2007 from the Music Archive link below!

If you have a book, keep it up to date with the current
Table of Contents and Group Tunes from our Music Archive:

Table of Contents    Music Archive


Anna Jenkins, Beth Kolle, Diane Moss, Nan Pardew,
Sally Verrinder, and Eileen Warr-Marti.

Officers as of May 2023

Nan Pardew, president; Anna Jenkins, vice-president;
Diane Moss, secretary; Sally Verrinder, treasurer.

Contact us at:


The Puget Sound Folk Harp Society strives to provide equal access to its programs and services
for all people without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, gender,
sexual orientation, gender identification, marital status, or disability.

Trained service animals (as defined by law) are welcome at Society events;
the animal’s owner assumes full responsibility for the animal’s actions at all times.

(Puget Sound Folk Harp Society’s “harp-orca-psfhs” logo created and used by permission of Tamlyn Zawalich.)

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