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OPEN, Thursday, Friday,  12:00 ~ 4:00 pm, Saturday 1:30 to 4:00 pm.  If you wish to shop off-hours, text or call to drop by. Many customers just call up and drop by. No obligation, look around, be amazed.  306-537-7181    

1801 Retallack St, Regina, SK  |  306 537 7181  |   joannec@sasktel.net

Facilitators

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FACILITATOR JOANNE CROFFORD – A little more Cowbell Please

Joanne has experienced the positive effects of drumming on the development of music, language, communication, community building, and personal development. Known for creating a relaxed environment where everyone feels welcome to contribute. Joanne co-facilitates The Regina Drum Circle with Music Educator Marlene Hinz, teaches in-store Professional Development for teachers and community facilitators, hosts workshops with Qu’Appelle Health Region Caring Hearts Camp, and The Drumming for Growth program for youth in supported living programs. Workshops, drum circles, and training retreats, for church, school, community, corporate, festivals, and Creative Kids programs. Has studied drumming with traditional drummers from Africa, Cuba, Brazil, and the Middle East and has completed an ORFF and World Music program and more recently the DRUMBEAT program developed by the Holyoake Institute of Australia, which includes increased therapeutic content with the drum as a life metaphor and learning tool. Founder of Cathedral Village Drum Circle 1996, Chair of major drum events including Heartbeat – Grey Cup 1995, Cathedral Arts Festival Drum Extravaganza, Ba Da Boom, Children’s Festival and Exhibition shows Odyssey and Beauty and the Bog, and most recently “Drumming the Village” – the first ever youth drum festival in Regina,  and continuing community drum activities. Performance history includes The Ghanadians with master drummer Joseph Ashong and husband Victor Tiede. Performed in Skin & Bone, Bandja, Jambalay, and the Tuesday Night Jam, supporting multi-cultural fundraisers for education, women’s health, and aids in Africa, and Cancer research, prevention, and treatment in Saskatchewan.

Owner of Boomtown Drums, 1801 Retallack St. Regina, Sk. 306- 537-7181. Open 11:30 am to 4:00 pm Thurs, Fri, Sat. or by appointment.  We are known for our dependable and good sounding Drums and Percussion at affordable prices.

Drums and small percussion for Schools, community, and professional musicians. .. .Workshop and Instrument Estimates on request.. .joannec@sasktel.net

ALSO available through Boomtown:  Facilitators on Doumbek, Djembe, Samba, Conga, Youth, Special Education, Supported Living, Splurge groups, Summer Camps, Inter-Cultural Events.

Special Guest Artists and Master Drummers available for your events.  Djembe, Samba, Conga

CONTACT:   joannec@sasktel.net for event/project proposal and quote

 FACILITATOR MARLENE HINZ

Biography for Marlene Hinz – Director for Youth Drum Collective (Y.D.C.)

Marlene has recently retired from a career teaching music, dance and drama to elementary children for over thirty years. After training in Saskatoon at the University of Saskatchewan, she continued her studies at the University of Alberta in Orff-Schulwerk serving on the National board for eight years. She is looking forward to teaching the movement component of the Orff Level 1 certification course this summer at the U of R. Marlene has received a number of awards for her teaching from the Saskatchewan Orff Chapter, Saskatchewan Music Educators Association and Regina Public Schools. Drumming has always been a huge interest to her and she continued to take workshops and courses throughout her teaching career.  In 2003, she founded the world drumming group; UMOJA: One Heart – One Beat at her school. Over 172 students have been through the program over the years.Music Monday 110