Grab a comfy chair and a cup of yer
favorite coffee, preferrably in a
Chitwood's Barn mug.

Sit back, relax
, and get to meet some
of our good friends that we've made
here at the
 barn over the years.

We always have a grand ole time and look
forward to seeing everyone again.
Especially during the months that we don't meet.

We hope you've enjoyed your time with us on our website &
that you'll come out and meet us in person so we can say:

(outside the barn...)

Snowy photo of barn taken 12/9/08.

September thru March, we meet the 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Saturday of the month.

Peggy always does a great job decorating the place and has a way of making you feel like you're right at home, no matter if it's inside or outside the barn.

(inside the barn...)

This ORGAN has an interesting story behind it.  You'll have to be sure to ask John about it.  It also has an amazing sound that fits right in.

You'll find the PIANO at the barn to be quite a popular instrument. The seat is one of a kind!  So are the players.  haha

Thanks to our great AUDIENCE the musicians have someone to play for!  Everyone seems to always have an enjoyable evening - good food, good company, good music! 

Can't ask for much else.

Now here's the folks that actually run the show!  There might not even be one to attend without them.

A lot of behind-the-
scenes work goes on that doesn't get recognized like those on stage.

When everyone gets fed, we're a happy bunch.  


Lucy, Betty, Mildred & Peggy

Thank you ladies!

Every 3rd Sat., Peggy makes cupcakes for birthdays and

Be sure to let 'em know when you have!

For Bingo night, when there's no special show, Peggy makes a cookie mix in a jar or an apple pie for prizes!!!

...some of our regular players...

              Bruce Hopson               Demi Gardner                Ben Guiltner         


Beverly Hammers       Bill Hammers

 George Light         Dave Beck 

Last, but certainly not least, John Chitwood himself fiddlin' away.
Banjo, hammered dulcimer & piano are some of the other
instruments he plays as well.

 He can make those strings come alive!

"?"  What is the difference between a banjo player & a puppy? (click for answer)

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Why did the fiddler cross the road?
It was the chicken's day off.

Chitwood's Barn in Conway Springs, KS --- a fun place to share good music for people of all ages! (