ERUUF Coronavirus Updates

November 14, 2021

In summary, beginning November 14, the campus will reopen for indoor and outdoor use by groups and classes in accord with public health standards 

  • the rate of new covid cases in North Carolina is 5% or lower
  • more than 50% of the local population has had at least one vaccine dose 

If public health conditions deteriorate, we will return to previous restrictions as recommended by CDC, NC DHHS, etc. Click below to read the full Phase Four Reopening Guidelines or download here: pdfERUUF_Phase_4_Reopening_Guidelines.pdf

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ERUUF Drummers Circle

Thu, Mar 31 2022 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Categories: Music, Affinity Groups
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Whether it’s a cow bell, a Native American prayer drum, a Latin conga, or an African shekere, there’s room for your song at the Eno River Drum Circle. We’re an inclusive, fun, and rhythmic community that welcomes drummers of all styles and stripes  regardless of experience, age, or drumming tradition.

Drumming is a village experience. It's inter-generational and gender neutral. No skills are required, just a willingness to play and have fun. Our motto: it doesn’t matter how well you play, it matters how well you play with others. We focus on listening to the whole song and finding a place for your unique voice.  Bring your percussion instruments (there’s always plenty of extras to share), drum stories, and traditions to share with the group.

We play traditional rhythms from all over the world as well as spontaneous creations, giving ourselves a license to experiment and experience joy.  Contact Cliff Missen.

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