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Seattle Drum Jams
The Seattle Drum Jams mailing list is an email community for Seattle area hand drummers and world music dancers.
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The Seattle-Drum-Jams list is the best way to share and receive up-to-date information about drum circles, drum & dance classes, festivals, performances, and similar events in our area. Get answers to your drumming-oriented questions. Share the high points of your drumming journey.
You can join the list and manage your membership options at this web page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/seattle-drum-jams
Seattle Hand Drummers
Looking for rhythm in your community? Interested in percussion and hand drums? Seattle Hand Drummers is about everything DRUM: community events, lessons, workshops, private and public performances, drum circles, drum building and maintenance! We have something for everyone: special needs, seniors, kinds, families. Come jam with us at a drum circle or book us for a workshop or event. Drumming strong since 2010!
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Drum Circle Facilitators
This list has a a huge membership from all over the globe. Discussion focuses on all aspects of drumcircle facilitation (DCF) working with a wide variety of populations. The uses, challenges, and dynamics of drum circles are discussed for groups ranging from school-age kids to special needs elders to youth-at-risk to corporate work groups.
You can ask questions of, share experiences with, and offer advice to, members of the group. If you are new to drum circle facilitation, the book "Drum Circle Spirit" by Arthur Hull will give you a good introduction. It will also help you decode what might seem like jargon used in list messages to describe things that happen in facilitated drum circles.
You can join the list and manage your membership at this web page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DrumCircles
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