The Sunny Side Players meet every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Babcock Apartments, 1700 Mass. St.
From left Lois and Sam Kinnaird, Linwood, Marja Pearson, Baldwin and Joyce Wineinger, Eudora, play with the Sunny Side Players autoharp club.
A musician keeps his thumb strumming on his autoharp.
Jane Batterman, Topeka.
The Sunny Side players perform many traditional American folk songs like Wildwood Flower.
Sam Kinnaird, Linwood, plays his autoharp with the Sunny Side Players.
The right hand fingers, top, pick out individual notes and strings whild the left hand, bottom, controls the chording on an autoharp.
Berta Call, Eudora, keeps her sheet music in a handmade notebook.
Berta Call, Eudora, watches other players to help stay in rhythm and to communicate stops and starts to songs.
From left autoharp club members Lois and Sam Kinnarid, Linwood, and Marja Pearson, Baldwin, keep their eyes on their music during a recent Sunny Side Players meeting.
A little pearl purse is used by a musician to hold her autoharp finger picks.
A sheet of paper lists a selection of the songs the Sunny Side Players perform. Their theme song is "Keep on the Sunny Side".
Jane Batterman, Topeka, plays on a unique custom-made wood autoharp.
At a recent gathering six members of the Sunny-side Players play a number of popular songs including "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" and "Wildwood Flower". From left are Jane Batterman, Topeka, Lois and Sam Kinnaird, Linwood, Marja Pearson, Baldwin, Joyce Wineinger, Eudora, and Berta Call, Eudora.