Delray-Beach-Workshop

NOTICE:  Delray Beach Workshop has been postponed. Date is to be determined. 

Mark Barfoot & elkhide hand drum made at a drum workshop.

Mark Donehogawa Barfoot

An Eat Pray Drum Workshop will be held  in beautiful Delray Beach, Florida, hosted by Cheryl Bullard.  The date of this workshop is to be determined. Please check back for more current information.
The workshop location will be Saint Mary Anglican Church, located at 101 Homewood Blvd, Delray Beach, FL, 33445.

Your hostess, Cheryl Bullard, is honored to present Mark Donehogawa Barfoot, a native master drum maker. For more information about the workshop, please Email  Cheryl, or email Mark.
Please join Mark and Cheryl for this memorable experience. You will receive all materials necessary to make your very own beautiful two sided sweat lodge drum or elk hide hand drum and beater. Mark makes sure your drum is the same excellent quality that he makes. You will also receive a bonus!  Get a free colorful water resistant drum bag to carry your drum!

Download the Atlanta Flyer if you’d like to help spread the word about the coming Workshop! Please visit http://facebook.com/eatpraydrum for more about drum workshops.

wolf-iconWorkshop Dates: To be Determined
101 Homewood Blvd, Delray Beach, FL, 33445

wolf-iconDrums:
Two kinds of drum workshops are taught during the workshop weekend.

Jay's Sweat Lodge Drum - made in Make a Drum Workshop

Sweat Lodge Drum

16" Hand Drum with Carrying Bag and Drum Stick

16″ Hand Drum with Carrying Bag and Drum Stick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Sweat Lodge Drum Workshop (Friday night) 5:00 pm till 10:30  & Sunday from 12:30 pm -6:30 pm
Sweat Lodge Drum (14″x 8″) Drumstick & Bag (Sweat Lodge Drums can be elk,  traditionally are buffalo.)

2. Hand Drum Workshop 16″ or 14″ (Saturday  9:00 am – 5:00 pm & Sunday 12:30 pm – 6:30 pm)
Hand drums can be Elk or Buffalo hide, dependent on availability. Hand Drum, Drumstick & Bag
(Please ask in advance if you prefer buffalo)

(Hand drums are usually made of elk hide. All drum hoops are stained maple wood.
You will make your own drum and drumstick. As a bonus, you’ll get a FREE colorful carrying bag for your new drum!)

wolf-iconDrum Prices:
Sweat Lodge Drum- $350 (elk hide)(14″ x 8″)
Sweat Lodge Drum-$400 (buffalo hide)(14″ x 8″)
16 in Hand Drum – $275 (elk hide)
16 in Hand Drum – $370 (buffalo hide)
14 in Hand Drum – $225 (elk hide)
14 in Hand Drum – $275 (buffalo hide)

*You must order and pay well in advance for buffalo hide if desired, due to availability.

wolf-iconEat Pray Drum  Workshop Schedules

Sweat Lodge Drum: Friday,  5:00 pm till 10:30 pm (or when finished).
Sunday 12:30 am till 2:30 pm

Hand Drum:  Saturday,  from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, from 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

wolf-iconWolf Clan Medicine Wheel Teachings: Sunday, from 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Teachings are freely given & open to the public.

wolf-iconSaturday Lunch:  We’ll take a 30 minute break for lunch. The ladies from the church will be selling lunches (sandwich, fruit, trail mix, drinks) If you require extra snacks or drinks, please bring what you need. There will be breaks during the day.

wolf-iconRules: All individuals are responsible for transportation to and from the workshop. Only those paid participants are allowed to attend the Eat Pray Drum Workshop. No pictures or videos are to be taken during the class. Group photos may be taken outside of the workspace before and after class.

wolf-iconDress: Comfortable and casual. We’re here to work. Please remember to bring an old towel when you come. You’ll need to keep your drum hide wet during breaks.

wolf-iconSHARE: Please visit & like my Eat Pray Drum Facebook Page and share this upcoming event on your own Facebook page!

wolf-iconYou can download the Atlanta Flyer. Please post flyers in available locations if you’d like to promote and share this drum workshop with your friends !


When you click the button above, you will be transported to select your drum and make your payment. Thank you!!
I look forward to seeing you soon at my next Eat Pray Drum Workshop!
                                                                                                  Mark

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