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Northwest Style Frame Drum Making Class - Saturday August 7, 2010 at 12pm

From: New Pagan J.
Sent on: Thursday, July 22, 2010 3:18 PM

Drum Making.pngNorthwest Style Frame Drum Making Class

 

Come join Rev. Jennifer Brown-Nashoba, a Member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, who will be teaching this wonderful class on how to make traditional drums.

 

When: Saturday, July 24, 2010

Time:   12:00pm

 

Where:

New Pagan Journeys

11945 SW Pacific Highway, Suite 306

Tigard, Oregon 97223

(503) [masked]

[address removed]

 

Pricing: $70 fee inclusive of materials

 

This incredible pricing is offered exclusively to New Pagan Journeys, as a service to the Pagan community, that Rev. Jennifer Brown-Nashoba offer the very same class through community ed classes through Clark County Parks and Recreation and soon to be released within one or two cycles for the guides to classes of Evergreen, Skamania, Columbia, Lane, Clackamas and Multnomah community education organizations are $40 Material fee + $80 tuition.

 

Compare other drum making classes where instructors would list separately in those same amounts, bringing the total cost to $110, (see www.cedarmountaindrums.com a reputable business)... but they are strictly a business... and look at their drum class AND drum prices. 

 

Light refreshments; hummus, pita chips, veggie and dip, and sodas/juice will be supplied.

 

In the words of Rev. Jennifer Brown-Nashoba “In Native tradition, no matter the tribe, it is expected (and only right) that as a host I MUST feed my guests.  To not to do so would be a serious breech of etiquette and downright rude.”

 

  

Rev. Jennifer Brown-Nashoba

-Universal Life Church &

-Church of the Seven Planes

-Pride Foundation Scholar

-Member: Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

 

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