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TROY-HAYNER CULTURAL CENTER Drum Concert 2017




DRUMS And Handmade art



Me At The TROY-HAYNER CULTURAL CENTER PLAYING THE DRUM



cOOL dRUMS AT THE tROY-hAYNER cULTURAL CENTER



cUTE lITTLE dOLL AT THE tRY -hAYNER CULTURAL CENTER


Dress Handmade and candy on it


Drum picture


Handmade Pictures Art


TROY-HAYNER CULTURAL CENTER Drum Concert 2017


Last Night We went to a free family Event at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center the free event was called Goree Drum Dance It was a African drum and dance program for all ages from 6:30 pm you could do the hands on drum workshop and 7:30 pm was the concert and drum circle.

I learned  that the drums are made from animal skins and some are made from recycled drums and they Grow there on beans in there Garden to put in there drums it was really cool you can watch the video to learn more and see more.

The event also had free punch and cookies to enjoy as well as seeing all the drums that you can buy and see and they also had hands on drums for kids to do.

It was a Good Experience to learn about culture and history. And learning something new is always in and i am glad i found out about this free event.

The Tory-Hayner Cultural Center offers all kinds of programs and Exhibits and classes and concerts and recitals. And there ballroom is so beautiful and whole place it beautiful and it felt like i was in a museum. 

I love going new places and finding free events for me and my family to do finding free things is always fun and enjoyable for the whole family.

On there Facebook page is says that there concerts and most events are offered at no cost to the public that makes it nice and enjoyable to all family's. 

It's nice that they have this programs so you can learn about something new and entertaining for the whole family.

You can see a free clip of the show from last night on you tube 


I hope to go to more event that they have to offer there Facebook page as all kinds of events listed on there page.


Here is there website 


Enjoy Reading 





  















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  1. This sounds a like a very educational activity! It's always great to find free events like this to expand cultural and historical knowledge.
    Check out my post about Direct Instruction at https://courtneylivin.wordpress.com/2017/03/01/direct-instruction/

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