Singing Trees – Wooden Xylophone making with Steve Sharpe – Now On!

Dear Members,

I trust that you enjoyed Will’s talk about Green burials on the Hinterland, Steve’s sharing about bees that was the substitute for the walk due to the rain that day and the moth recording event if you managed to attend any of these events.
I wanted to let you know about another thing happening in the woods which you may wish to join in; Findhorn Bay Arts are carrying out a three day workshop making a giant wooden xylophone up at the woodland shelter in Wilkies Wood which will become a permanent home for this piece of art.  This will take place this coming Wednesday 7th August and will last until Friday the 9th August with work going on from 10am to 5pm. I will post the information that is on their website below:

Wooden Xylophone Making

Join Steve Sharpe from Singing Trees for this 3 day workshop creating a beautiful outdoor melodic xylophone from larch wood using hand made tools, then hear the xylophone being played as part of Vision Mechanic’s story walk performance of Dark Wood on 21 September 2013. This workshop is part of a Giant programme of events brought to you by Elemental Community Arts and is open to adults and children age 12 + . After the workshop, the xylophone will be donated to the Hinterland for all to enjoy.
10am-5pm on Wednesday 7, Thursday 8 & Friday 9 July 2013
@ Hinterland Shelter, The Park, Findhorn
Suitable for adults and children 12+


Further Information

For further information on the Giant programme of workshops and activities, please contact Elemental Community Arts on07542179330 or click here to book an event.
You can also phone 01309675724 and book your place with Celia.  You do not have to be there all the time but can dip in and out if you like although it would be good to let Steve know who might be coming along.
It should be fun.  Do come along if you are interested and can.
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