A fun, FREE, live and interactive online drumming and singing session led by Indigenous knowledge keeper, J’net Ayayqwayaksheelth.
June is a month dedicated to the teachings of the traditions and values, the ways of life, the cultures, the struggles, the past and the unspoken history of the various Indigenous Peoples of this land.
On June 24, join Indigenous knowledge keeper, J’net Ayayqwayaksheelth, and her daughter, Thée, for a live and interactive online session of learning the art of Indigenous drumming and singing.
Be ready with your hand-drum and singing voice. If you don’t have a hand-drum, get creative with a plastic bowl and a wooden spoon, or a small plastic bucket and a metal spoon. Alternatively, you can use a shaker or a tambourine.
For more events celebrating National Indigenous History Month check out this Virtual Events Calendar developed by the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program at Queen’s University https://educ.queensu.ca/indigenous-history-month-calendar