LibraryBEATS! Drum & Rhythm Circle with Otha Day **Change of Location--Union Hall at FRS**
TUESDAY, JUNE 274:00—5:00 PMUnion Hall, First Religious Society (27 School Street Carlilse, MA)
Join us at Union Hall for LibraryBeats: Drum and Rhythm Circle with Otha Day. Otha Day leads these fun and lively drum circle events from the deep belief that rhythm has the power to build community, promote well-being and healing, and create joy. He supports participants as they experience the importance of rhythm in all aspects of life and realize that "our heartbeat and breath are the rhythms of our soul and the pathway of our connection to everyone." Learn and play songs, rhythms, chants, and activities from the cultures of both East and West Africa, the Middle East, First Nations Peoples, African America, and European America. Drums whose origins are (and inspired by) West African, Middle East, Asia, Indigenous American, and South American: djembe, frame drums, conga, and bongo. For more information about his program, visit drumtothebeat.com. If you have any questions, please reach out to Miss Jenn at firstname.lastname@example.org or Holly Mansfield at email@example.com
Register online at carlislema.myrec.com/info/activities.
This program is part of the Carlisle Summer Music Series for Kids & Families and presented by the Carlisle Recreation Department and the Gleason Public Library. This fun series is sponsored by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.