Our mission is to offer educational opportunities to intergenerational community members using literacy and problem-solving strategies to make the world a better place.
Our services are designing events based on community interests, and implementing the events. We also create digital time capsuls that help organizations and individuals capture their own stories. Please contact for rates.
Our conventions are opportunites to share new understandings with the world. Keynote speakers will address our interests. Tours of local sights are educational avenues. Booth space is available for a nominal charge.
Our goods are the magazines and documentaries we create from our events. Their sales finance our mission, allowing for a portion to be given back to the community.
Friends of Family Folklore Foundation, Inc. are Welcome at $50, $100, $500, $1000 Levels! Also, as we are a 501c3 all your donations are tax deductable.
to donate please send your funds to:
Family Folklore Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 662
Crown Point, IN 46308-0662
(We will soon have donations available on paypal too.)
Butterbird Christmas is our first fictional project. Fashioned in the style of radio shows that were so popular during the 1930s & 40s, "Butterbird Christmas" has the elements of good drama…ranging from near tragedy to ultimate joy. A mix of It’s a Wonderful Life and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Click here to view the live debut performance. Check out our blog for all the latests updates on this production.
Food & Fellowship is an on-going, interactive, project sponsored by the Family Folklore Foundation in cooperation with the Marquette Park United Methodist Church of Gary, Indiana. The goal of this production is to create a digital time capsule for MPUMC and its surrounding community. By encouraging members of the greater Lake County area to commune with each other, the organizers hope to foster a connection between table fellowship and global stewardship.
The Club Muse Magazine, a subsidiary of Club Muse Media, is written and compiled by Family Folklore Foundation, Inc., a non for profit organization. The goal of the foundation is to educate life long learners about the Global Community via all forms of media and experiential educations. We take a lot of field trips, research new interests, film and write the scripts for public showings and magazine issues.