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The Idaho Old-Time Fiddlers Association (IOTFA)) convened for three days of business and playing around at Hoot’s Café in White Bird, last Friday through Sunday, Sept. 28-30. IOTFA is a non-profit corporation, purpose for which is to promote and perpetuate old-time fiddling. Pictured here Saturday afternoon for some in-between playing were John Purdy on guitar and (back) Bob Wikoff on bucket base, both of Grangeville.

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The Idaho Old-Time Fiddlers Association (IOTFA)) convened for three days of business and playing around at Hoot’s Café in White Bird, last Friday through Sunday, Sept. 28-30. IOTFA is a non-profit corporation, purpose for which is to promote and perpetuate old-time fiddling. Pictured here Saturday afternoon for some in-between playing were John Purdy on guitar and (back) Bob Wikoff on bucket base, both of Grangeville.

— The Idaho Old-Time Fiddlers Association (IOTFA)) convened for three days of business and playing around at Hoot’s Café in White Bird, last Friday through Sunday, Sept. 28-30. IOTFA is a non-profit corporation, purpose for which is to promote and perpetuate old-time fiddling.

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A mandolin and violin stand at the ready for playing.

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