More than 20 music enthusiasts have attended the Drumming session at the Whale Tail on Tuesday, January 9, as part of day two of the Esperance One and All Community Program.
The free session, led by Meredith Waters from Esperance Drumming Group, invited participants of all ages to join.
Ms Waters welcomed participants and commended them for attending and ‘having a go’ on the Djembe Drums, teaching them a number of different sounds and beats on the instrument.
The session marked the second event of the week long program, which aims to provide a variety of free activities, games and challenges for all ages and abilities.
Escare youth worker and program coordinator Linda Tobin said it was the first time the program had run since the event’s formal partnership between the Shire of Esperance, BOICO and Escare.
The Community Program continues Wednesday January 10, with Ultimate Frisbee at the Soccer Fields on Jane Street from 2:30pm until 4:30pm.
To register, contact Shire of Esperance club development officer Shane Tobin on 0418557397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org