September 1, 2010 · 6:00 PM
City Park, NOMA
On this day in 1914, St. Petersburg in Russian was changed to Petrograd, and was one of the signals of the start of World War I.
We will be meeting (as per usual) on the side of the New Orleans Museum of Art at 6 PM, on a bench by the fountain in the large lake. Bring your drums, your shakers, your flutes, and/or any other musical instrument. Also, bring a blanket or chair (because only 2 people can fit on the bench). Our fire breathers/eaters are also welcome to attend. Let's see if we can squeeze some dancing and chanting out of our group. We'll also pick up a couple of new rhythms, and jam out on our own!