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Saturday Drum Circles cancelled until Fall 2019

Saturday, May 4th, 2019

Thanks to everyone who has made it out to the Saturday afternoon drum circles.  Keeping Community Drumming alive and well.  Marlene, Joanne, Vic, and Julie are taking a seasonal break and will be back in September.  To receive info on coming events get Boomtown Newsletter, contact joannec@sasktel.net.

Lots coming up in Festival season.  We will let you know.

 

Healing Drum Session Sunday, April 28, 10 to 2

Thursday, April 18th, 2019

Drums are all about sound, vibration, resonance, with mind, body, and soul.  The Frame Drum is ideally suited to these kinds of explorations.  Reaching back to the resonance of earlier years and reaching forward to the resonance of now and the future.  Explore, through this ancient drum, rhythms, exercises, and explorations that connect us to our places of resonance.  Allow yourself to relax and bask in complete acceptance of the beautiful song that you are ~ ~ ~ Register, joannec@sasktel.net.  $50.00.

Vic Dyck hosts Drum Circle April 27

Thursday, April 18th, 2019

Ever popular, Vic Dyck brings the feel of Middle Eastern Rhythms to the Drum Circle.  Choose your drum to play, djembe, doumbek, conga, anything goes at a jam.  High energy, continuous drumming.  He’s your guy.  April 27, 3 to 4 pm, at Boomtown Drums.  Drums available to use for free.  $10 drop-in.

Drum Circle Saturday

Friday, March 29th, 2019

Drum Circle, Saturday March 30, 3:00 to 4:00 pm at Boomtown.  March 30 Joanne Hosting, April 6 Marlene hosting.  A perfect place for beginners and experienced players to come together in mutual support of “speaking in drum” and lending their interest and strengths to the circle.  Drum Circles build community and are accessible by all.  Language is no barrier.