NATIVE DRUM MAKING WORKSHOP
JANUARY 22ND , 2017
10AM – 2PM
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
“Mangrove Pavillion” (ask ranger at entry gate for easy directions)
3109 East Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
You will be emailed location information by return email once your deposit paid, or Call for details 954-907-3006
*Final Registration is Friday Jan 19th, 2017
*Learn to make an Authentic Native Drum
*Learn to create Traditional Native Prayer Ties
*Connect your Heart Beat & Drum to the Earth
*Make your own Leather Drum Beater
*Celebrate in making your own sacred drum now
Other: Pot luck lunch, all attending requested to bring dish and drink to share with our community.
Bring a Friend they will be glad you did!!
*DEADLINE: Registration of $125 Deposit Required to place your drum order and hold your place. Balance due in full prior to start of workshop event.
Drums are 15″ Maple Frames, and your choice of drum hide is “Elk, “Deer, “Horse. also included is a leather drum beater for you to also build.
Note: Hides are gathered in a good way and come from a sacred source.
Cost for 15″ drum and drum beater: $168.00 for Deer or Horse , +$9 for Elk $177
Day includes guided instructions, all drum making materials, choice of hide and personal leather drum beater. *Deposits non refundable, yet transferable. Balance due prior to start of class. Space limited so register today. Bring a friend they will be glad you did!!
If you can not attend this day event, yet would like to purchase a drum, contact us as we can make one for you. Or if you wish to hold your own event contact us today to host one for you.
Call Today for details 954-907-3006
A Beautiful Hand Made Drum makes a great Gift.
Want to host your own Drum Making Workshop contact 954-907-3006 for full details and schedule.
Be Sure Upon Registration Payment to select which Drum Hide you prefer;
NOTE: Hides are 100% natural and will vary in color and thickness
This Day you will be expertly guided and hear personal stories as well as the legend and lore of the Native Drum, its importance , and some traditional ways the drum is still used today in ceremony, as well as how you may use yours in a good way for your life journey. You will learn the Lakota way of making prayer ties for your drum, including the significance of these prayers in reverence and connection with your drum, your heart beat, Mother Earth and all her/our relations.
We Gather in a Sacred Way as One Community!
Mitakuye Oyasin’ ( All My Relations)
Questions or contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org