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Raffle
David Lindsey, of Bennington, Oklahoma, and builder of David's Dulcimers, is donating, again, his wonderful "Spinet" Hammered Dulcimer to be raffled off at Coshocton Dulcimer Days! David is one of our most generous supporters.  He will have a booth to display his Dulcimers, and he and his wife, Annette, will also be conducting workshops! Don't miss this double-barrelled opportunity to meet, and learn from David and Annette, and a chance to win his fine Spinet Hammered Dulcimer!
Terry and Sharon Kirby, of Spring Creek Psalteries, are generously donating, again - this time a beautiful serenity harp for our raffle! The serenity harp is a beautiful instrument which allows anyone to make music instantly!  There are o wrong notes on the serenity harp.  Simply pluck or strum the strings to make beautiful relaxing music.  The serenity harp is widely used for relaxation and hospice patients.   


Check out these beautiful raffle items - donated by some very generous instrument builders!  Raffle tickets will be available at the information table at the festival - 1 for $1, 6 for $5.  If you can not attend the festival but would like to participate in the raffle you can send a check to Coshocton Dulcimer Days 805 Edwards St., West Lafayette, OH 43845 and designate which item(s) you would like to take a chance on.


Roscoe Village Foundation has donated a beautiful hand-woven rug.

Hammers made by Bob Bedard
One of Wayne's beautiful psalteries!
Donated by Waynie Psalteries 
We are proud to offer this prized, full-size McSpadden mountain dulcimer - with a very protective padded bag, and made with all-cherry solid wood.  It was graciously donated by Betty and Jim Woods, and handcrafted in Mountain View, Arkansas!  The designs emphasize the smooth curves and beautiful grains of the woods.  Each of the McSpadden dulcimers has many hours of hand-sanding before applying the special varnish - which provides a strong finish that will last for many generations of music-making!


Gary Sager has again offered this collapsible Mountain Dulcimer stand, shown here as folded, unfolded and holding a mountain dulcimer.