Mon, Dec 19|
Kindred Moon Apothecary (Radiance)
Winter Solstice Drum Making Fundraiser at Radiance Kindred Moon
Drum in the Sun with a new Drum Baby!
Time & Location
Dec 19, 2022, 1:00 PM PST – Dec 20, 2022, 6:00 PM PST
Kindred Moon Apothecary (Radiance), 113 5th Ave SE, Olympia, WA 98501, USA
About the Event
Have you ever wanted to make a drum?
This class will make a hoop style drums with deer hide using upcycled wooden bowls as the frames.
Sarah Heartsong is excited to help you birth your drum with this time-honored art form that spans many cultures that she’s brought into this modern day.
The whole day is in ceremony.
We start with a Journey to envision your Drum, its spiritual significance to you and your Work in this World as well as colors, images and elements to include in its making.
Each drum will be able to be dyed while wet according to your Vision with Sarah’s help, but this is YOUR sacred drum making for YOUR vision of this Drum.
Some more details:
- There will be a selection of hoops to choose between and between 9"-12" diameter.
- You will cut, dye and string your own drum with Heartsong’s help.
- You can bring snacks to share. We will have a selection of hot teas to share.
- Most of the class will be taught at your pace so you can take care of yourself as needed. (Breaks happen as you need them, but Heartsong will help keep you on track with timing.)
- You will leave with a wet drum and will need to let it dry to get to the final stage where you can hear the true voice of your drum (takes a couple days or so). This particular drum making will have this drying process happen over the Solstice, which is a Magical Time and we’ll bring in some of those Teachings to this Making as well.
- If you decide to dye the hide your hands will probably end up dyed as well. Wear comfy clothes you won't be upset if they get some dye on them. (You probably won't if you are careful, but one never knows, so be warned.)
- Times are approximate as we may finish early depending on how long it takes everyone to get through. We will start on time, so please arrive a little before 1:00, if at all possible.
This is a fundraiser for Erosia Land Sanctuary in Shelton, WA. We’re putting in campsites and will be hosting a place where spiritual seekers can come pray on Land held in a Sacred Way. This also supports the preservation of our forests and our Goddess Tree, Ambrosia. Thank you for your help!
Winter Solstice Drum Making
This is for the workshop where you will create one 9"-12" drum from an upcycled bowl and deer hide. This ticket is for entry to the event for one person. This is a fundraiser. Please let us know if you need anything else if you itemize donations on a tax return, otherwise your ticket will be your receipt.Pay what you want
Sarah Heartsong attends the Council meetings from Erosia in Shelton, Washington, one of our TOLIS Land Sanctuaries. Sarah is an ordained priestess (over 25 years of Sacred Service), the founder of the Tree of Life Interfaith Sanctuary (TOLIS), currently holding the title of Main Sanctuary Servant, and is the Lady of the Land of Erosia. She holds a BA in Religion/Global Studies, and a MA in Communication Studies. She is also a professional artisan with Heartsong Healing Arts’ Rare Earth Designs, which you can find at Heartsong Healing Arts and Rare Earth Designs and on Etsy.
Best contacts are though email at TOLISanctuary@gmail.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and available for text/phone at 575-640-8506. Sarah spends most of her days now walking the 13 acres of Erosia, doing art and scheming future plans such as creating a Beltane 2023 and Healing Aphrodite's Priest/ess trainings and priest/ess facilitated Aphrodite Touch Temples.
Joshua Rex, M.A., M.A.T., is a Mindfulness Coach and Teacher Trainer, working with individuals and organizations to design mindful approaches, routines, and techniques to support people in achieving their academic and professional goals, weaving in Social Emotional Learning through the Arts, Music, and Movement.
Joshua has worked in and around the classroom, working in after-school programs, childcare centers, and behavioral health organizations, providing scaffolded supports for children and adult learners.
Currently Joshua offers guidance and training in creating safe and predictable learning environments that are trauma-informed, and are grounded in restorative justice work.
Joshua Serves as the Secretary of the Board for the TOLIS.