Flute circle fun
JOPLIN, Mo. — Saturday in the 4-State area had some really nice weather, but Unity of Joplin members stayed indoors and enjoyed a monthly Native American flute circle.
People of all skill levels were invited to play, but many were there simply to groove to the traditional tunes. Dozens of flutists showed off their skill and unique instruments. One of the attending musicians says, the gathering is a fun way to preserve Native American culture, while making new friends.
“Well, it’s getting together with other flute enthusiasts, because sometimes people can look at you like you’re crazy, and yeah, their eyes start to glass over after awhile, but its just good to get together and share,” said flute fan Amber Hallacy.
If you’d like to check it out, the flute circle at Unity of Joplin meets once a month and is open to the public.
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