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LODGE 104 DRUM SESSION SCHEDULE
2016

In addition to Conclave, we have a full weekend of AIA activities at the Council Cuboree at Camp Durant, 22-24 April.For any singers and dancers who would like to participate, there is also a joint Mawat-Shakori District Camporee at Camp Durant the weekend of 29 April – 1 May.

Here is a recap of the Drum Session dates for 2016. Note that there have been several changes. Please mark your calendars accordingly. There may be a few more changes later in the year due to work or other scheduling conflicts; some changes may be on short notice. When possible, I will re-schedule rather than cancel a drum session.

Drum sessions will be at the Troop 402 Scout Hut in Durham unless advised otherwise. Participants should check Slack or the Lodge website AIA page(s) regularly for changes to date, time, and/or location. Since some Brothers are not yet registered to the AIA or Singing channels at Lodge104.slack.com, we will continue to use the drum listserver and email for the foreseeable future.
Date Time* Location

3 April 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
10 April 3:30-5:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham NOTE: Time change for this date only.
1 May 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
15 May 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
26 June 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
10 July 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
28 August 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
11 September 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
25 September 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
2 October 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
16 October 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
20 November 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
18 December 2:30-4:30 PM Troop 402 Scout Hut, Durham
*Except if noted above: Food and Fellowship starts at 2:00 PM. We will open the drum at 2:30 PM.
I hope to see you at our next drum session.
Bill Morris
Lodge Drum Advisor
919-949-7163 (c)


LODGE 104 DRUM TEAM

MEETS
2:30 – 4:30 PM
Troop 402 Scout Hut – Durham

Attend your third drum session and receive a FREE drumstick kit!

Dancers (and those who would like to be) are always welcome at any drum practice. A dancer who is familiar with Native American powwow songs will be a better dancer.
Lodge MONTHLY Drum Meet Schedule for 2016 will be posted shortly on the Lodge website (www.lodge104.net) and on Slack (Lodge104.Slack.com). Watch for any changes! Are you signed-up on the Lodge Drum List Server? (lodge-104-drum@googlegroups.com). Unless otherwise posted, Lodge Drum sessions will be at the Troop 402 Scout Hut, 847 Glenco Road near Research Triangle Park in Durham, 2:30-4:30 PM.

As always, we want to be respectful of the drum and the Native American cultures that are shared with us. Please dress accordingly whether for a practice or a more formal occasion. Scout uniforms are O.K. but not required at practices. Long pants are always appropriate to sit at the drum. No frayed cuffs or blown-out knees and no open-toe shoes, flip-flops, or tank tops, please.
Directions to the Troop 402 Scout Hut:
Most (but not all) Drum Sessions are held at the home of Troop 402, 847 Glenco Road in southeast Durham near Research Triangle Park and only a short distance from US Highway 70 (Glenwood Ave) and Miami Boulevard. Check the Lodge Website AIA page regularly for changes (Date, Time, and/or Location).
From I-40, take the Durham Freeway exit (Highway 147), exit 279B and stay on the freeway north towards downtown Durham. Take the Ellis Road exit. At the bottom of the off-ramp, turn right (east) on Ellis Road and follow it to the traffic light (Miami Blvd). This is a “T” intersection. Turn left on Miami Blvd and go about one-quarter mile to the first traffic light (Angier Avenue). Wendy’s and KFC/Taco Bell will be on the left. At the light, turn right on Angier Avenue and go to the third street (Glenco Road). Turn right on Glenco Road and go about 0.3 mile. The Troop 402 Scout Hut is on the left; there is a sign and a flag pole.
From I-85, take the exit for US Highway 70 East. Follow US 70 to the traffic light at Miami Blvd (south toward RTP, I-40, and the airport) and Mineral Springs Road (north toward highway 98). From US 70, look for the signs for I-40. Turn right (south) on Miami Blvd towards Research Triangle Park and I-40. Go to the first traffic light (Angier Avenue). Turn left on Angier Avenue and go to the third street (Glenco Road). Turn right on Glenco Road and go about 0.3 mile. The Scout Building is still on the left with a sign and a flag pole but no street number.
From Raleigh and the southeast: Take the I-40 exit for Miami Blvd and continue towards Durham until you reach Angier Avenue (watch for Wendy’s and KFC/Taco Bell on the left. Turn right on Angier Avenue and go to the third street. Turn right on Glenco Road and go about 0.3 mile. The Scout Building hasn’t moved any.
From west Raleigh, use Glenwood Avenue / US 70 West. Turn left on Miami Blvd and continue as above.

Drum Team photos