The Beat of the Drum | Experience Lennox Island
Delve into the rich cultural heritage of the Mi’kmaq people through a unique hands-on drum making experience. This summer, join a skilled Indigenous Artisan on a fascinating journey into the significance of the hand drum in the Mi’kmaq culture.
From June 14th to September 23rd, on weekdays, immerse yourself in the rhythms and resonances of the Mi’kmaq people. You’ll assemble the drum base and expertly weave moosehide to craft your very own drum, a tangible memento of this authentic cultural encounter.
Each session lasts approximately 4 hours, providing ample time to absorb the artisan’s teachings, participate in the crafting process, and truly connect with this vital aspect of Mi’kmaq tradition.
To ensure a rich and personal experience, spaces must be booked in advance.
The experience is priced at $85 per person. Please note, given the level of concentration and dexterity required, we do not recommend this experience for children under 8 years of age.
For more information or to secure your booking, please reach out to Jamie Thomas at 1-902-831-3109 or via email at email@example.com. You may also visit www.experiencelennoxisland.com for further details about this and other activities.
Lennox Island, as part of the breathtaking North Cape Coastal Drive. Come for the drum-making experience, stay for the captivating natural beauty and warm hospitality that our island has to offer.
Embark on this extraordinary journey with us – feel the beat of the drum, the heartbeat of our culture.
Wed, Jun 14 - Sat, Sep 23
Lennox Island Mi'kmaq Culture Centre
Lennox Island, 8 Eagle Feather Trail, Lennox Island
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