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Drum Workshop


Drum Workshop

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Drum Workshop


This program is free but does require a $20 deposit fee per person, which will be refunded to all participants when they complete the program.

Families are encouraged to apply. If you do not have funds to place a deposit, please email Maggie Thompson at:


Two Rivers Gallery is excited to partner with the Indian Health Board to host a summer Drum Workshop. Native Drumming at Indian Health Board shows us how drumming / singing can help us on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level heal though cultural practices, language use & revitalization and re-indigenizing current program practices to combat and prevent drug / alcohol abuse and suicide.

All participants will learn how to make their own drum sticks, hand drum and learn to sing traditional Native songs.

Classes will be led by Michael Norcross and Elizabeth Zinsli. To learn more about our instructors please go here.

Space is limited so please only sign up if you are able to attend the majority of all classes.


Thursday, June 28, 5-8pm

Thursday, July 5, 5-7pm

Thursday, July 12, 5-7pm

Thursday, July 19, 5-7pm

Thursday, July 26, 5-7pm

Thursday, August 2, 5-7pm

Thursday, August 9, 5-7pm

Thursday, August 16, 5-7pm

Thursday, August 23, 5-7pm

Thursday, August 30, 5-7pm

*This class is made possible with support from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council.

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