Our 2022-2023 Coffee House mini-series is back at Fort Hunter Barn, hosted by our own Joe Cooney.

Susquehanna Folk Coffeehouses are intimate evenings showcasing Central Pennsylvania's fine amateur acoustic musicians, who play a wide variety of material for an attentive, music-loving audience.

The Barn is accessible and is smoke- and alcohol-free. Food and beverages will be available, as well as artists' merchandise and tip jars. Support your local folkies! Donations to defray our costs and support local folk music are always welcome.

Our Winter Coffee House features these local and regional performers:

Big Sky Quartet Big Sky Quartet (formerly Indian Summer Jars) has been creating original (and award-winning) folk/roots/blues music in Central PA for over 15 years. “Well crafted songs, lush harmonies, and a sound that feels like you’re hanging outside on a warm summer evening.” – The Burg Magazine

Matt Miskie Matt Miskie has been on the road sharing stories and songs for the better part of 40 years. A self-taught musician and singer/songwriter, he sings of home and history, family, adventure, love and life.

Mark Henkelman Whether you're in the "Who's John Prine?" crowd or a faithful John Prine fan, you'll enjoy Mark Henkelman's tribute to that legendary songwriter. Hailing from Baltimore, Mark is a lifelong lover, supporter, host and performer of acoustic music.

Stu Miller Our own Stu Miller steps up from behind the scenes to play a set for us! His eclectic style is a mix of folk, bluegrass and ragtime, both songs and instrumentals, influenced by artists including Stefan Grossman, Leo Kottke and Chec Atkins.