Here you will find rich archives of our club dating from 1979. All of the Folk Feast programmes are available to view, but we are missing just three copies, years 1982, 1984, and 1985. If anybody has these we would love to loan and scan them to complete our records. Details of weekly club nights continue to be added as time permits .

Club Logo

The original Jacob sheeps head logo was designed by founder member Andy Ramage. Originally in monochrome it first appeared on the 9th Folk Feast programme in 1987. Sometime later it was updated with a colour version and the words 'Internationally Famous' added. A further change was made when the club relocated to Kinross, due to the closure of the Glenfarg Hotel in 2015. The word 'Village' was dropped and the name of the club was changed to Glenfarg Folk Club. The current logo incorporates the new location 'Kinross' underneath. Whilst the word 'Village' remains within the logo it is no longer used as part of the clubs name.

Folk Feasts from the 1st to the 41st. Programmes and guest details

1st Folk Feast 1979 The first birthday celebration for the club at the Glenfarg Hotel.

2nd Folk Feast 1980 Both The Glenfarg Hotel and The Lomond Hotel were used.

3rd Folk Feast 1981 Saffron Summerfield and Archie Fisher were among the guests.

5th Folk Feast 1983 The Baiglie Inn, Aberargie was included for informal sessions.

8th Folk Feast 1986 For the first time the Village Hall was used for the main concerts.

9th Folk Feast 1987 The Dreich Quaich and the World Puff-s-Box Championsips took place.

10th Folk Feast 1988 The 'Horniegolloch Goblet' competition was featured.

11th Folk Feast 1989 The Shanty Chanty competition featured.

12th Folk Feast 1990 The Stir-Up Cup was the competition theme.

13th Folk Feast 1991 The 'Peedie Peerie' competition took place.

14th Folk Feast 1992 Crooked Jack's Skullcrusher Show entertined the youngsters.

15th Folk Feast 1993 The programme grows to 24 pages in A5 size.

16th Folk Feast 1994 At The Lomond Hotel.

17th Folk Feast 1995 At The Balgeddie Toll and Portmoak and Glenfarg Village Halls.

18th Folk Feast 1996 Back to The Glenfarg Hotel.

19th Folk Feast 1997 The 'Red, Red Rosebowl' competition took place.

20th Folk Feast 1998 The Puff-a-Box Championship is in its 13th year.

21st Folk Feast 1999 Another programme cover by the artiste Jim Douglas

22nd Folk Feast 2000 The weekend ticket price was £20,00

23rd Folk Feast 2001 The sponsors were Bell & Company and Tay Landrover.

24th Folk Feast 2002 The 'Dreich Quaich' competition featured.

25th Folk Feast 2003 It was the 25th Feast and the 'Silver Jublilee' celebration.

26th Folk Feast 2004 The opning Ceilidh featured Ewen Sutherland & Friends.

27th Folk Feast 2005 Risky business, Dennis Alexander & Deaf Sheperd were guests.

28th Folk Feast 2006 Jim Payne & Fergus O'Byrne performed including a Step Dancing class.

29th Folk Feast 2007 Dougie MacLean headlined the Final Fling

30th Folk Feast 2008 Strathmiglo Village Hall was used.

31st Folk Feast 2009 "A Song From The Heart" was the competition theme.

32nd Folk Feast 2010 The Sands Family and Michael Marra were guests.

33rd Folk Feast 2011 The Weekend ticket price was £35.00

34th Folk Feast 2012 The Poozies and Mike Silver headline the two concerts.

35th Folk Feast 2013 The programme changes to the smaller 'DL' size

36th Folk Feast 2014 Red barn Studios continue to be our main sponsors.

37th Folk Feast 2015 Vin Garbutt headlined the Sunday concert.

38th Folk Feast 2016 The club moves to Backstage at The Green, Kinross.

39th Folk Feast 2017 Another cover design by Stan Ginter.

40th Folk Feast 2018 We celebrate our 40th Folk Feast!.

41st Folk Feast 2019 Les Barker and Anthony Toner were two of our guests.

Weekly Club Nights and Guest Details 1986 to 1996

Year 1986

Jan to Feb These are the only records for this year

Year 1987
Sep to Oct The club met in the Lomond Hotel at 8.30 p.m.

Nov to Dec The club met in the Lomond Hotel at 8.30 p.m.

View combined lists For convenience view all the records for the year here

Year 1988
Jan to Feb Guest lists ran for two months

Mar to May The AGM was due in May

May to Jun Tich Frier and Ian Walker were among the guests

Jun to Aug The annual picnic at Lochore Meadows was announced, as was the Golf Competition at Bishopshire.

Sep to Oct Eddie Walker was due to visit

Nov to Dec A Christmas party was planned for Boxing Day

View combined lists For convenience view all the records for the year here

Year 1989
Jan to Feb Hamish Imlach was a guest in January

Mar to Apr Craobh Rua were making their first guest appearance at the club

May to Jun A first time appearance for Geoff Higginbottom and the club AGM took place

Jul to Aug The club meets every Monday at the Lomond Hotel and a club visit to the Dundee Folk Festival was announced.

Sep to Oct Pete Morton and Keiran Goss were amongst the guests.

View combined lists For convenience view all the records for the year here

Years 1990 to 1991
May to Apr A list of artistes and events. The Runaway String Band, Matt Armour, Jim Couza and Carolina Shout and Dave Goulder were among the guests.

Years 1991 to 1992
May 91 to Apr 92 Chris Miles and Gordeanna McCullooch, Davey Steel and Colin Matheson, and John Watt were some of the guests.

Years 1992 to 1993
May 92 to Apr 93 Brian Miller and Charlie Soane were guests. Charlie performed at the very first Folk Feast in 1979.

Years 1993 to 1994
May 93 to Apr 94 The club welcomed Hazel and Jennifer Wrigley, Allan Taylor, Artizan and many others to perform at the club.

Year 1993
Feb to May This copy is feint but legible.

Apr to Jul This copy is feint but legible.

Year 1996
Sep to Nov The club weekend away was announced to be held at the Clachaig Inn, Killin in November.