Native American Hand Drumming Circle
7:30 pm to 9:00 pm Grandfather Rick McBride
"Let the person I serve express his thanks according to his own bringing up and his sense of honor"
Ohiyesa (Charles Eastman, Mdewankton Lakota,[masked])
Please arrive promptly and please note this is an INDOOR drum circle.
Drumming has long been understood as a prayer when we dedicate ourselves to it. Traditional preparation, songs in the Lakota language, and drums to loan.
There is no charge for Ceremony, but donations are accepted to support the continuation of the circle. It is traditional for women to wear skirts or dresses to Native American Ceremony. Please arrive promptly; it is important for everyone to be present at the start of the Ceremony.
Rick McBride is mixedblood Tsalagi (Cherokee) who has walked the Red Road for over 30 years. He was named Cante Lute (Schan-tay Lou-tuh) by the spirits through his sundance chief, which means Red Heart. He comleted his 14th sundance last year on the Cheyenne River Res. in South Dakota and is traditionally trained to lead ceremonies, such as inipi (purification lodge), prayer with the Canunpah (Pipe), drum healing and so forth.
For further information, visit his website: www.mixedblood.info (https://mixedblood.info/index.htm)
NOTE: Grandfather Rick builds drums. If you have interest in acquiring one of his drums, or you would like to build your own in a 1-on-1 workshop, follow this link to the DRUM PAGE (https://mixedblood.info/drum%20workshop.htm) on his website.