WOTFA Front Porch Jam

Click here to register for the WOTFA Front Porch Jam. […]

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Banjo Courses At the Learning Academy

The Washington Old Time Fiddlers is proud to present Mattie O’Boyle and his Fundamentals Banjo courses at the WOTFA Learning Academy. […]

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Now Recruiting

WOTFA Learning Academy is now recruiting instructors for online learning.  […]

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Seeking new Treasurer

Do you have accounting experience? Do you have a little extra time to be part of WOTFA’s dynamic business? WOTFA needs a new treasurer. […]

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Meet your new music editors!

Folk music and music history is a passion for our new team of music editors. […]

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Tune of the Month

Workshop 2021 Update

To my friends in fiddle camp, […]

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Online Lessons

Online Workshops available from WOTFA. […]

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Officers Meeting

Meeting to discuss moving forward with the workshop/Fiddlecamp […]

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District 5 Zoom Jam

Join Kay and WOTFA district 5 for a Zoom jam!  We’ll play old favorites and new ones, too. […]

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  1. I threw away my old newsletters because I thought they were coming via email. I just found out the fiddlers in Tri-Cities goes to an assisted living place where my sister lives now. I can’t find the newsletter in my email so I can’t find out when they will be at my sister’s place. Is there a place on the website to see the current newsletter?

    1. Hey Gail, I saw this post from way back when…. Did you get copies of the newsletters?  I have all of mine archived, and would be more than happy to email you PDFs, if you’d like.  🙂
      ~ Katie

    1. Hello Dwight, I am sorry that you are having trouble. I will be happy to assist you if needed. If you can explain to me what you were having trouble with I could take a look and see if we can make the process easier.
      Thank you.

  2. To Bill Crabtree,
    I am receiving two paper Newsletters each month. Please stop the newsletter mailed to Robert D. Miller, my husband, as it’s redundant.

    Thank you and Merry Christmas!
    Jennifer Y. Miller

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