Rustling Leaves, Hollow Reeds, A Universal Peace Celebration featuring Native American flute, storytelling, drumming and dance will be held on Saturday, September 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the Oregon Coast Community College Commons in South Beach. This special evening celebrating cultural diversity will benefit the Children’s Advocacy Center of Lincoln County.
Musicians include Mary-Beth Nickel on the Sacred Native American flute, Doc Slyter of the Coos Tribe playing his beautiful handcrafted flutes and Tim Fields-Lardie and Rodney Turner playing flute, drums and percussion. Native American storytelling told by Mark Pullam with stories of people, animals, weather, spirits and love will begin after intermission.
Bear Spirit Drummers and singers lead by Violet Lafferty, James Williams and Jesse Cordova will perform along with Rusty Butler to present the rarely performed public “feather dance” which welcomes and celebrates the sacred changing of the seasons and gathering bounty of harvest from the land, the air and the sea.
Silent auction items featuring several handmade flutes, a Quiet Bear Drum and many priceless donated items.
Tickets are $10 each for adults with children under 12 $ 5.00. Tickets are available at the door, at Oregon Coast Bank Main Branch or from the Children’s Advocacy Center. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541-574-0841 for more information. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m.