Grupo Rebolu
Dan Berggren with tan baseball cap, green sweater, and acoustic guitar sits cross legged with an Adirondack Lake behind him
Theresa Fox wearing a red shirt stands in front of water
Toby Padilla playing percussion drums on stage
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New York Folklore (NYF) works to nurture traditional arts and culture in New York State through education, support, and outreach.



2018 Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society

Small Business Saturday in Downtown Schenectady

Date: Saturday, November 24, 2018

Location: Schenectady, NY

2018 Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society

In Harm’s Way: Community Responses to Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee

Date: Open through May 2019

Location: Mabee Farm Historic Site of the Schenectady County Historical Society, Rotterdam Junction, NY


New York Folklore announced today that is has been selected to create one of sixteen projects nationwide for the Smithsonian’s Stories from Main Street: Youth Engagement and Skill-building Program (Stories: YES). The program is a collaboration between youth participants of The Schoharie River Center and New York Folklore to develop stories around the theme of the Smithsonian Museum on Main Street Exhibition “Water/Ways”. Stories:YES participants weave national narratives from the exhibition into the history of their own region by conducting research and interviews to create a project highlighting their communities. The program engages kids with regional history and contemporary local issues, while providing an opportunity to use professional equipment and learn real-world skills. For further information, or to participate, please contact us at the New York Folklore Society. ... See MoreSee Less


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This is wonderful news! Bravo!




Very much needed. I hope the right team is running it.

Great job! Way to go Ellen McHale!


Congratulations! That’s awesome!

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