Sat, Oct 22|
LK Acupuncture LLC
Drum Making Workshop with Donna Callaghan
To register for this workshop being held at LK Acupuncture in Frankfort, IL, call (815) 768-9795. Let them know which size and hide you wish to work with. Register with a $125 deposit by October 10th to reserve your drum Deposits are non-refundable. Contact Donna for more details.
Time & Location
Oct 22, 2022, 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
LK Acupuncture LLC , 10087 W Lincoln Hwy, Frankfort, IL 60423, USA
About the Event
Drum Making Workshop
with Donna Callaghan, D. Div.
Shamanic Practitioner, Personal Growth Coach, Hypnotherapist
at LK Acupuncture LLC in Frankfort, IL
Saturday, October 22nd
1 to 3:30 pm
Deer Hide Drum: 15” $185 18” $205
Elk Hide Drum: 15” $195 18” $215
Buffalo Hide Drum: 15” $200 18” $220
(some hides are not always available, check availability at the time of registration)
Register with a $125 deposit by October 10th to reserve your drum
To register and reserve your drum contact LK Acupuncture at (815) 768-9795
Deposits are non-refundable 14 days prior to the workshop
When registering, let us know what size and hide you would like to work with!
This workshop has an 8-person minimum. Sign up and reserve your drum today!
The Drum is an important part of cultures and traditions across the globe. The heartbeat
of the drum provides rhythm in ceremonies, and carries our songs and prayers to the
Creator. It can bless and cleanse one’s energy, open the doorway to non-ordinary reality as
we journey, and is a great tool for stress relief. The tradition of the drum is important today
as it is also a way of bringing communities together.
From the earliest times, honoring animals for the giving of their lives to feed and clothe
the People is to utilize the entire animal. In the making of hide drums, we honor the
animals and invite their 'medicine' or spirit to walk with the drum to guide us in
remembering 'we are all related' and help us walk in a good way upon our Mother Earth.
For more information, contact Donna at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo: 18-inch elk hide drum, Ganesha painted by Patty McWilliams. Each hide is unique in look and feel.