Monday, March 5, 2012

Make Music!

Deer hooves, seashells, turtle shells, gourds, and wooden sticks all have something in common: They were used to make Native American musical instruments.

Come learn all about Native American music in Dorothy Ramon Learning Center’s Second Saturday Sidewalk Storytelling program this Saturday (March 10) at the Center, corner of San Gorgonio Avenue and Hays Street in Banning.

Flutemakers Marvin Yazzie (Navajo) and his wife, Jonette, will host the family-friendly free event, which features Native American stories, songs, crafts for kids and fun. 

Try playing a flute; learn a song. Information: 951.849.7736. or

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