These are PMN related events, like events co-sponsored by PMN, events by other organizations to benefit PMN, or informal PMN get-togethers hosted by members.

For informal meet-ups, song and poetry swaps and jams hosted by PMN members, the general public is welcome and encouraged to participate! Please contact the host(s) for these events prior to attending. Sometimes the details of these events change without notice.

More upcoming events

    • 03/10/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • UU Meeting House, 50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford, CT

    Hartford 2nd Saturday Meetinghouse Sing-Along

    Maggie Greene, Fred Louis, and Ed Savage offer an opportunity to Connecticut Singing families, Peoples Music Network singers, song-writers and audience members to join in song with acoustic instruments. We have song-sheets and some copies of the Rise Up Singing and Rise Again songbooks available. Bring along your own copy if you have one. We have a little juice drink and herbal teabags and gratefully enjoy any other snacks you might choose to bring.

    How does this work? It is not an “open mike” event, although solos are welcomed. We put chairs in a circle and take turns singing or playing, with those who know the tune or words joining in as they wish. You can come early or come late, whatever fits your family schedule. 

    Visit Meeting House Sing-alongs on Facebook.

    Please contact a host to confirm details before the event you are interested in.

    Maggie Greene or Fred Louis, phone: 860-223-2407

    Ed Savage, phone: 860-966-8155



    • 03/11/2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Hostelling International, 891 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10025

    New York City 2nd Sunday Upper West Side Song Swap

    PMN and the Folk Music Society of NY co-sponsor a song circle where everyone is welcome to play in turn, or request a song. Sometimes we may include a feature artist. 

    This event takes place every second Sunday of the month from September to June at 891 Amsterdam Avenue at 103rd Street, Manhattan, in the New York Room.

    For any questions about the song swap please email Mike or John.

    Mike Glick, mikeglick@earthlink.net

    John Ziv, johnziv@earthlink.net


    • 03/18/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Iconica Social Club, 1 Amber Lane, Northampton, MA 01060

    Northampton, MA 3rd Sunday Song Swap

    PMN hosts a song swap on the 3rd Sunday of each month at Iconica Social Club, located in the parking lot behind Haymarket Cafe in downtown Northampton, MA. Contact Jasper Lapienski via e-mail or phone (413) 658-7011 if you have questions or are interested in attending. All are welcome!

    Each month's event is hosted by a PMN member or affiliated musician, with an accompanying theme (e.g., immigration, war & peace, etc.) There is no cover charge, although participants are encouraged to purchase homemade juices and pastries from Iconica. The format is an informal sharing and will develop to match the interests of those who participate. All music genres and spoken word are welcome. 

    Please bring copies of Rise Up Singing and Rise Again if you have them as well as other songbooks and your original songs.

    • 04/08/2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Hostelling International, 891 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10025

    NYC 2nd Sunday Upper West Side Song Swap

    PMN and the Folk Music Society of NY co-sponsor a song circle where everyone is welcome to play in turn, or request a song. Sometimes we may include a feature artist. 

    This event takes place every second Sunday of the month from September to June at 891 Amsterdam Avenue at 103rd Street, Manhattan, in the New York Room.

    For any questions about the song swap please email Mike or John.

    Mike Glick, mikeglick@earthlink.net

    John Ziv, johnziv@earthlink.net


    • 04/14/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • UU Meeting House, 50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford, CT

    Hartford 2nd Saturday Meetinghouse Sing-Along

    Maggie Greene, Fred Louis, and Ed Savage offer an opportunity to Connecticut Singing families, Peoples Music Network singers, song-writers and audience members to join in song with acoustic instruments. We have song-sheets and some copies of the Rise Up Singing and Rise Again songbooks available. Bring along your own copy if you have one. We have a little juice drink and herbal teabags and gratefully enjoy any other snacks you might choose to bring.

    How does this work? It is not an “open mike” event, although solos are welcomed. We put chairs in a circle and take turns singing or playing, with those who know the tune or words joining in as they wish. You can come early or come late, whatever fits your family schedule. 

    Visit Meeting House Sing-alongs on Facebook.

    Please contact a host to confirm details before the event you are interested in.

    Maggie Greene or Fred Louis, phone: 860-223-2407

    Ed Savage, phone: 860-966-8155



    • 04/15/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Iconica Social Club, 1 Amber Lane, Northampton, MA 01060

    Northampton, MA 3rd Sunday Song Swap

    PMN hosts a song swap on the 3rd Sunday of each month at Iconica Social Club, located in the parking lot behind Haymarket Cafe in downtown Northampton, MA. Contact Jasper Lapienski via e-mail or phone (413) 658-7011 if you have questions or are interested in attending. All are welcome!

    Each month's event is hosted by a PMN member or affiliated musician, with an accompanying theme (e.g., immigration, war & peace, etc.) There is no cover charge, although participants are encouraged to purchase homemade juices and pastries from Iconica. The format is an informal sharing and will develop to match the interests of those who participate. All music genres and spoken word are welcome. 

    Please bring copies of Rise Up Singing and Rise Again if you have them as well as other songbooks and your original songs.

    • 05/12/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • UU Meeting House, 50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford, CT

    Hartford 2nd Saturday Meetinghouse Sing-Along

    Maggie Greene, Fred Louis, and Ed Savage offer an opportunity to Connecticut Singing families, Peoples Music Network singers, song-writers and audience members to join in song with acoustic instruments. We have song-sheets and some copies of the Rise Up Singing and Rise Again songbooks available. Bring along your own copy if you have one. We have a little juice drink and herbal teabags and gratefully enjoy any other snacks you might choose to bring.

    How does this work? It is not an “open mike” event, although solos are welcomed. We put chairs in a circle and take turns singing or playing, with those who know the tune or words joining in as they wish. You can come early or come late, whatever fits your family schedule. 

    Visit Meeting House Sing-alongs on Facebook.

    Please contact a host to confirm details before the event you are interested in.

    Maggie Greene or Fred Louis, phone: 860-223-2407

    Ed Savage, phone: 860-966-8155



    • 05/13/2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Hostelling International, 891 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10025

    NYC 2nd Sunday Upper West Side Song Swap

    PMN and the Folk Music Society of NY co-sponsor a song circle where everyone is welcome to play in turn, or request a song. Sometimes we may include a feature artist. 

    This event takes place every second Sunday of the month from September to June at 891 Amsterdam Avenue at 103rd Street, Manhattan, in the New York Room.

    For any questions about the song swap please email Mike or John.

    Mike Glick, mikeglick@earthlink.net

    John Ziv, johnziv@earthlink.net


    • 05/20/2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Iconica Social Club, 1 Amber Lane, Northampton, MA 01060

    Northampton, MA 3rd Sunday Song Swap

    PMN hosts a song swap on the 3rd Sunday of each month at Iconica Social Club, located in the parking lot behind Haymarket Cafe in downtown Northampton, MA. Contact Jasper Lapienski via e-mail or phone (413) 658-7011 if you have questions or are interested in attending. All are welcome!

    Each month's event is hosted by a PMN member or affiliated musician, with an accompanying theme (e.g., immigration, war & peace, etc.) There is no cover charge, although participants are encouraged to purchase homemade juices and pastries from Iconica. The format is an informal sharing and will develop to match the interests of those who participate. All music genres and spoken word are welcome. 

    Please bring copies of Rise Up Singing and Rise Again if you have them as well as other songbooks and your original songs.

    • 06/09/2018
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • UU Meeting House, 50 Bloomfield Avenue, Hartford, CT

    Hartford 2nd Saturday Meetinghouse Sing-Along

    Maggie Greene, Fred Louis, and Ed Savage offer an opportunity to Connecticut Singing families, Peoples Music Network singers, song-writers and audience members to join in song with acoustic instruments. We have song-sheets and some copies of the Rise Up Singing and Rise Again songbooks available. Bring along your own copy if you have one. We have a little juice drink and herbal teabags and gratefully enjoy any other snacks you might choose to bring.

    How does this work? It is not an “open mike” event, although solos are welcomed. We put chairs in a circle and take turns singing or playing, with those who know the tune or words joining in as they wish. You can come early or come late, whatever fits your family schedule. 

    Visit Meeting House Sing-alongs on Facebook.

    Please contact a host to confirm details before the event you are interested in.

    Maggie Greene or Fred Louis, phone: 860-223-2407

    Ed Savage, phone: 860-966-8155



    • 06/10/2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Hostelling International, 891 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10025

    NYC 2nd Sunday Upper West Side Song Swap

    PMN and the Folk Music Society of NY co-sponsor a song circle where everyone is welcome to play in turn, or request a song. Sometimes we may include a feature artist. 

    This event takes place every second Sunday of the month from September to June at 891 Amsterdam Avenue at 103rd Street, Manhattan, in the New York Room.

    For any questions about the song swap please email Mike or John.

    Mike Glick, mikeglick@earthlink.net

    John Ziv, johnziv@earthlink.net



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