Talent of many kinds is needed to help us accomplish our goals. We need talented fiddle players, talented teachers of fiddle players, talented organizers, and talented fund raisers. This work can be exhausting but look at the faces of the talented fiddlers on this site and decide with us, it's worth it. Whatever your talent, we need your help. Join us now!
Fiddlers Inc. is a Non-Profit 501 c3 organization and has an all volunteer work force. Running a true non-profit organization is not easy. When we're not planning and working to make the Fiddle Contest and Mannie's Jamboree happen we play music at nursing homes, retirement centers and senior centers. Fiddlers of Idaho is organized and funded in part by Fiddlers Inc.
We keep the art of fiddling alive and well by providing incentive and an opportunity for young people to show their stuff. Sometimes nothing gives them more incentive than a little extra change in their pocket. So it takes a little change to make these things happen and we rely upon the support and generosity of corporations and local folks to help us do that. We think it's worth the effort, look at the pictures and tell us what you think. Contact us to find how you can help us accomplish this goal.
Richfield, Idaho 208-720-8649
Director At Large, Fiddlers Inc.
Darn good fiddle player, mandolin picker and band leader for "Slow Children Playing"
Gooding, Idaho 208-934-4269
Vice President, Fiddlers Inc.
Flailing fiddle player, hopeless
Gannett, Idaho 208-260-0364
Business Mgr, Treasurer Fiddlers Inc., Retired Military Man who keeps us spit polished and lined out.
Picabo, Idaho 208-720-3358
Founder & President, Fiddlers Inc.
Guitar player and cowboy singer