Old Fiddlers Club of Rhode Island

Upcoming Events & Recent News

July Playing Events

 

                   July 15 (Saturday)    6:00 – 9:00 pm,  Scotland Town Green

                   Intersection Rts. 14 & 97 , Scotland, CT

                   

                  July 27 (Thursday)    6:00 – 8:00 pm, Fredrickson Farm

                   985 Chopmist Hill Rd. (Rt.102), Scituate, RI

 

                   July 30 (Sunday)     11:00 am – 2:00 pm, Foster Old Home Days

                   181 Howard Hill Rd., Foster, RI

 

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June meeting

Westfield Village Community Room

June 11, 2017  

Thanks to Chuck Morgan for the artistic rendition of club officers.

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Trudy Carr

Celebrates

Her 90th !!

 

June 4, 2017 – Family and friends gathered in the Community Room at Salem Village in Brooklyn, CT to celebrate Trudy’s 90th birthday. Still fiddlin’ away Trudy treated everyone to her signature tune – “Grandfather’s Clock”

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Photos from our First Playing Event 2017 Season

Smith Castle – North Kingston, RI

(Click on a photo to enlarge)

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2017 Playing Schedule

Please take a look at the Playing Schedule page

to view our

playing schedule for this season

 

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Headline from Providence Sunday Journal

September 27, 1925

Fiddler’s Club Keeps Alive Tunes of Long Ago

Unique Rhode Island Organization Bars “Violin”

Only “Fiddle”, Traditional Name of the Instrument, Being Recognized

Must Play “by Ear” to be eligible to Join.

Recent Clayville Meeting Brought 30 Members Together

 

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Ahola Passes Gavel to Incoming President Sinder

November 27, 2016

Outgoing president Saul Ahola entertained everyone attending the 2016 OFCRI

Christmas Party with a slide presentation honoring 12 longstanding members

of the Old Fiddler’s Club of Rhode Island.

You can view Saul’s presentation by clicking on the link below (red text).

Non-members are also encouraged to click on the link to learn more about why

folks play the fiddle or join the OFCRI.

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