It is the intention of our Flute Circle to invite the
community at large to participate in the exploration
of the Native American Flute. As a group we will be
working form John Vames book "Understanding the Gift",
for those interested, we have additional books available.
The premise of the group is to discover the Native
American Flute as a musical instrument that promotes
healing and empowerment for the player as well as the
listeners. We feel that this is an opportunity for all
ages to celebrate and be together in comfort and support.
The flute circle is an atmosphere of fun and play in
a setting of people who have a desire to learn, who
want to listen or currently play Native American Flute.
All ages and abilities are welcomed and celebrated.
We are a group of people who embrace the process of
this exciting instrument of peace. To facilitate the
cost of the location we accept donations to cover our
Parking is free on the street or in the lot across the street. We are inside
the Red Gate at the Puyallup Fairgrounds on 9th street.
Look for the huge Fred Oldfield Sign on the fence. Donations
are not mandatory, but we just ask if you can spare
a little money, throw it in the jar to help with the
utilities as this facility belongs to a nonprofit organization.
The phone number is 253-445-9175. You may call after
5:30 Wed evening on Flute Circle meeting nights.
Fred Oldfield Western Heritage and Art Center (red gate)
110 9th Ave SW
- Date & Time
The Wind Spirit Flute Circle meets the 3rd Wednesday
of every month from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. For those
that are just beginning or would like extra
tutoring, free lessons begin at 6:30.
- Circle Facilitator
- Assistant Circle Facilitator
Mary Wolfe email@example.com
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