The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is pleased to announce the 10th Annual Gathering of Drums Festival.
We welcome you to our annual celebration of the drum, of life, renewal, re-birth, recovery and peace amongst our Nations.
NCCT's Gathering of Drums Festival attracts a diverse group of individuals each day to share and commemorate culture by opening our doors for a weekend of educational workshops; vendors, traditional teachings, indigenous cuisine and multi-faceted entertainment. Let your body, mind and spirit be rejuvenated and energized by the beat of - the Iroqouis Water Drum (Jamie Maracle), Afro/Canadian Drums(Twisted Hair), Big Drums(Eagle Heart Singers & Iron Horse), Steel, Carribean and Asian Drums. Groove to this rhythm nation with Aztece Dancers in the unity of the heartbeat. Join us for this two day event that promotes and celebrates spiritual and cultural awareness in First Nations and non-Native communities; locally and from around the world.
Chi-Meegwetch & Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you at this exciting event.
For more info please contact:
Cindilee Ecker- Flagg (Cultural Programs Coordinator)
Telephone 416.964.9087 ext.308
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
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