Drumming & Potluck
Sunday, April 14, 2019 | 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
McBroom Community Room
Standing Bear is of Cherokee descent and since the age of eight was selected to learn, teach, and share the Old Ways. He will be with us to share the way of drumming that he was taught. Why drum? Drumming is healing! Cultures around the world have used drumming to pray, connect, build unity, promote health and focus, as well as to relax and have fun. Drumming is one of the best ways to raise your energy level. Come and learn to drum in the Native Way. No previous experience is necessary.
Please bring some food to share with the group, your drums and/or rattles (we will have extra drums and rattles, so if you don’t have one, please come anyway), and if you have a friend who is interested, invite him or her, as well. Potluck sharing is always fun as a variety of food dishes show up. (We provide plates, utensils, napkins, cups, and will serve coffee, tea and water.)
Free and for all ages!
Sign up at the library so we can plan accordingly: stop at the main desk, call 262-966-2933 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org