Pilgrim Place and
The Claremont Folk Music Center
invite you to the
Progressive Music &
Singing the Just Word–Celebrating a Century
Jim & Jean Strathdee, Patti Amelotte, Cathy Clasper-Torch & Lee Torch, Kimball Coburn, Ellen Chase Harper, Maria Christina & Francisco Herrera, Bob Hurd, Frank & ValLimar Jansen, Jim Manley & the Pilgrim Pickers, Paul Svenson
Performances will be at various venues on the
34-acre Pilgrim Place campus
Friday & Saturday, Sept. 18-19
(Fri. : 5:00 to 9:00 p.m., Sat. : 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.)
Attendance is $45 for both days. In addition, three full meals will be available for $13 each.
Tickets can be purchased on the web. Discounts for early registration, students and low-wage workers. Click here to register.
The Petterson Museum of Intercultural Art at Pilgrim Place:
Will be open both days with their newest display in conjunction with the Folk Festival — Musical Instruments from Around the World.
Arts and Crafts:
One-of-a-kind items made by Pilgrims will be available for sale, including framed paintings and other hand-crafted treasures.
Other Things to See:
Also at the Folk Festival — the Pilgrim Place Peace & Justice Exhibit, chronicling the careers of Pilgrim Place residents in bringing about peace and justice.