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Spirit Jam Drum Circle at C.A.M.P. This Friday, June 26h

Posted on June 25, 2015 at 6:29 PM
Join us this Friday night, June 26th, 2015, 7:30-10:30pm for an intentional drum circle at C.A.M.P. where community is coming together to make positive change in the world, 3026 Cherokee Street, St. Louis, MO 63118, In the "movement" room on the first floor. 

Enjoy some drumming fun while we raise our vibration towards a heart centered reality and peace. We have indoor and outdoor space depending on the weather. Please bring your drums, rattles and other percussion instruments.

Your $5 donation is very much appreciated! This covers space rental and operation costs.

If you are abundant please feel free to share more and if you are in need please come anyway. Thanks to the folks at CAMP! Aspire to Vibe Higher!

Here is a sound clip from our drum circle on 1/9/15, Enjoy! 

Thank you to Robert Burgert, Engineer and Producer of Mountain Peak studios for the sound clip:

Here is a clip of one of our more energetic jams. Thank you to Justin Foree for filming this clip!

Categories: Drum Circles

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