Local Mount Shasta Area Native Healers at The Best of Mt Shasta Conference & Festival


See Video at https://youtu.be/mMx8vtMcNFE

JULY 24 from 9 am to 9 pm

First of three days and evenings July 24-26
The Best of Mt Shasta Conference & Festival
At the Mt Shasta City Park

LOCAL MOUNT SHASTA AREA NATIVE HEALERS


One Full Day of Workshops and Evening Event

Outdoor Festival is Free Admission

PURCHASE TICKETS FOR WORKSHOPS & EVENING EVENT:

http://thebestofmtshasta.com/register-here-for-the-best-of-mt-shast...

50% SALE ON TICKETS UNTIL MAY 15

Workshops begin at 9 am, Evening Event at 7 pm

Outdoor Opening Ceremony at 11:00 am with Walking Eagle and others of Earth Circle Drum

EARTH CIRCLE DRUM, an Inter-Tribal Native Drumming Group will perform along with other local Native Healers giving workshops throughout the day.

EARTH CIRCLE DRUMMERS:

Mario Gonzales - Lead Drummer
Walking Eagle - Hun Nach, Jack Thom, Karuk Elder & Ceremonial Leader
Joshua (Josh) - Running Wolf, Drummer & Singer
Carla Charraga - Drummer & Singer
Sophia Gonzales - Drummer & Singer
Matthew Bueno - Drummer & Singer
Robin Houghton - Drummer & Singer

YOUTUBE VIDEOS


https://www.youtube.com/user/bestofmtshasta

CONTACT INFORMATION


EMAIL [email protected]
PHONE 530-408-6048

The Best of Mt Shasta is put on by the Hayehwatha Institute, a nonprofit organization

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