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Last chance to register to create your own Native American hand drum with Vernon Foster, Klamath/Modoc Indian.

From: Itzhak
Sent on: Wednesday, August 18, 2010 11:28 AM
LAST CALL to Registersmile

(Friday, August 20th)

To reserve your place for this rarely offered workshop, all you have to do is pay the Minimum Payment (drum supply costs) by Aug 20th. (See terms below)*

Sat/Sun, September 11th & 12th ? 9:30am?6 PM

The Children's Aid Society, 219 Sullivan Street, NYC (between Bleecker/W.3rd St.)
Create your own Native American hand drum with Vernon Foster, Klamath/Modoc Indian.

Elder Vernon Foster will guide participants through a sacred and enjoyable learning process of making their own genuine deer hide American Indian hand drum. Through ceremony and instruction, story and song, Vernon will lead us in how to birth our own drum as an instrument of spirit. Participants will learn about the ways of the Native American and their culture, as well as the significance of the drum in Indian country. We will work with our spirit guides to call in a design for our drum. Vernon has been making drums for over thirty years. There will also be the opportunity to make your own a rattle.

Vernon Foster -- is a member of the Klamuth/Modac Nation, and active member of the American Indian Movement which promotes Native human rights. He has been a strong advocate and activist of Indian country for over thirty years. Vernon is recognized as a national spokesman on behalf of his community, a motivational speaker, spiritual advisor, healer, counselor and teacher regarding Native American issues, solutions, and perspectives. He has been the founder of many charitable organizations including: Buffalo Heart Project and Red Road Journeys. Vernon sits on many national boards.

Workshop Cost $275
Supply Costs:
15" Drum: $90
18" Drum: $115
Rattle: $40

We anticipate that the workshop will be sold out. The workshop & drum materials need to be paid for in advance, so that all supplies can be made, ordered, shipped and received in advance of the workshop. Once you specify a drum size, we will order your raw supplies. You will not be able exchange the size of drum you choose for another size later on. The later registration happens, there may be no choice left on what size drum you can choose, so please register now!

*REFUND TERMS: PLEASE NOTE FOR THIS SPECIAL WORKSHOP, BOTH THE WORKSHOP FEE & SUPPLY COSTS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. The payment for both supplies and the workshop fees are payable "Due in full", prior the workshop date, due by Sept 9th, 2010. You will not be able exchange the size of drum you choose for another size later on.

To register, contact Tom[masked] or [address removed] For your on-line registration & workshop payment? Please go to the web site's "HOME" page:

1. Click on the DONATE button on the right hand side of the page

2. Insert $275 + Drum Cost (+ Rattle if you choose) as your amount, then click the 'Update Total' button. (The minimum payment by the registration deadline is payment for drum supplies.)

3. Add personal info for your credit card or PayPal account.


Vernon Foster will also be available for

Private Healing Sessions

By appointment only. Please call[masked] for availability.

Private Healing Session $200 per hour

(pleae note, only a CASH payment is accepted at the time of your healing appointment).

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