1025 N Smith St
3 blocks south of Dundee RD. and Smith
The 4th Saturday Drum circle for September has been moved to October 5th
Same time. Please adjust your calendar.
Drum circle? What is a drum circle?
Its free style drumming in a low key, loving, peaceful, welcoming environment.
NO DRUMMING EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY !!!
The only prerequisite is to come and have fun.
Please bring your drums, rattles, didgeridoo and other instruments to join in on the jam, if you don’t have your own we will have some limited hand percussion available to share. The is an adult drum circle but teenagers are welcome. Dancing and chanting is encouraged.
If you are new to drumming or drumming for a long time, please check out this great article about drum circles
Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/sacredheartbeatdrumcircle/
We are also a member of the One Spirit Drum Circles Council of Northern Illinois.
Please read http://www.meetup.com/Sacred-Heartbeat-Drum-Circle/about/ for more information.
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Doors open at 6:45 pm for new drummers and experienced drummers who need setup time. There will be experienced drummers available to help new drummers before we officially start at 7:00 pm with any questions.
Starts: 7:00 pm (Please be on time when we begin. We ask that people arrive on time to avoid disruptions to the group.)
Break: 8:00 pm (After the set around 8 pm we will break for 10 minutes)
Ends: 9:00 pm (We will stop after the set ends if it runs slightly past 9 pm.)
Please take a moment and read the guidelines and tips to help you better understand what happens at a drum circle http://www.meetup.com/Sacred-Heartbeat-Drum-Circle/pages/Guidelines_and_Tips/
If you have any questions, please email us by clicking on contact on the left side of the window.
Fee: Whatever you are comfortable donating to help keep the group running on the meetup. No one will be turned away for not donating, but donations are much appreciated to keep the group going with administrative fees.
Let the drumming begin!
I started the group because there wasn't any other type of group like this. I've met some great folks in the group who have become close friends and have also met some amazing business owners.
— Bill, started New York City Gay Craft Beer Lovers