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Broward Drum Circle - Fern Forest Park (Coconut Creek)
Broward Drum Circle - Fern Forest Park Every Saturday • 2:30-4:40pm (Park closes at 5:00pm) Held at: Fern Forest Nature Center 201 Lyons Rd. Coconut Creek, FL 33063 [masked] Park entrance: on the west side of Lyons Rd. just South of Atlantic Blvd. Held in the pavilion down the path on on the right side, just before the first parking lot. Park in the lot and walk down the path to the pavilion. Listen for the drums. Description: Held rain or shine (we're under a pavilion roof) Brings drums, or any percussion/musical instrument (bucket, can, wooden spoons, etc.) Fern Forest is a small park and parking is limited, so car pooling is good. We must be out of the park by the 5pm closing time. Fern Forest Park rules: no advertisements, no money changes hands, no alcohol, no drugs, no fire. Info: Sophia Letourneau, [masked],[masked]

Fern Forest Nature Center

201 Lyons Road South · Coconut Creek, FL

What we're about


You've found the original, famous community calendar for current, accurate info about South Florida drumming/dancing/flow-arts events. ('Flow-arts' means: fire-performing, hooping, poi-spinning, etc.)

We list events in or near south Florida: • drum circles • drum & dance & flow arts performances & classes • trance dances - plus local & regional workshops & festivals about these topics that would be of interest to folks from south Florida.

We'll show you where you can jam - drum and dance - with great, live African, Middle-Eastern, Latin, Native American, World, & spiritual rhythms. Drum/dance circles offer opportunities to connect, to let go, and to feel the ecstatic energy of life flowing through you. You can drum, dance, perform (hoops, poi, fire [sometimes] etc.), meditate, or just watch & enjoy. (Note to teachers: these circles provide a wonderful place for your students to practice their drumming or dancing or flow arts in a loving, appreciative environment.)

*** WHO CAN JOIN ***

Everyone is welcome here - drummers, dancers of every persuasion, flow-artists (fire-performers, poi spinners, hoopers, etc.), musicians, Burners, Rainbow Tribe, yogis, tantrikas, spiritual seekers, those searching for their 'conscious tribe', etc. - whether you're an expert, a beginner, or an appreciative observer. All we ask is mutual respect & harmony.


To see all the wonderful events, please go to our calendar: (


on our community calendar (and send an announcement of your event to our very large list of members), submit your detailed listing to the group coordinator below. Better yet, if you run a regular (repeating) event, request to be made an 'Event Organizer' so you can post your own event directly to the calendar, make changes to it, and publicize it to our group members.


Dr. Michael Dean Goodman, Group Coordinator • 561-350-3930


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Group Organizer

Dr. Michael Dean Goodman

Boca Raton, FL - and - Fairfield, IA

561-350-3930 •

• Musician (hundreds of public performances on piano, vocals, tamboura, hand drums; doing kirtan, musical improv, gandharva veda/classical Indian, Broadway, pop/folk music...)

• Drum circle organizer (produced a decade of the most popular big community drum circles in south Florida)

• Founder of Drums for Life (facilitated drumming for businesses, schools, organizations, parties)

• Board of Advisors: Drums Across America

• Past director: audio/video recording & editing studio

• Teacher (piano, vocals/Voice Master Workshops, hand drums)

• Partner dance teacher & DJ (ballroom, Latin, Argentine tango, disco, swing...)

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