At our annual meeting, held each year the weekend after Easter, members present papers on a wide variety of folklore subjects. On Friday they enjoy a tour of an attraction that highlights the lore of the local region, and that night there is a hootenanny; on Saturday there are paper session throughout the day, with a banquet in the evening, usually including musical entertainment. All sessions are open to the public.
The Society's Vice-President/Program Chair solicits and selects papers to be presented at the meeting. Members may submit proposals for papers they wish to present. Learn how you can submit a paper for a meeting at the link below.
Students at all levels are especially encouraged to submit papers for consideration. For those who qualify, the Society provides a Student Travel Stipend to assist with the costs of attending a meeting. Click on the link below to learn about the guidelines for Student Presenters.
The Society has met in 33 different cities over the years. To see all the places we've visited and the years we've been where, click either of the following links: