We are meeting online each Tuesday night on Zoom send an email to register PAFNWWorkshops@gmail.com.

The Indigenous Women Rise Drum Group is proud to represent all nations, and is proud to share good feelings through the drum and song.’
The Pacific Association of First Nations Women has run its drum circle since the summer of 2018.  The group started with a drum making workshop in the early Spring.  The drum group started with a few women, but soon grew to 20+ women, we meet each Tuesday night at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Each group starts with a circle and sharing of songs.  Due to Covid 19  safety issues and social distance regulations the drum circle meets on-line via Zoom apps. Unfortunately, we are not offering any snacks at this time.

In 2019 we started performing at various events including the Surrey Children’s Festival, Stanley Park Performance and more!  The women who attend the circle have expressed that the drumming and singing is very healing and that they leave the drum circle feeling lifted both emotionally and spiritually.  The Indigenous nations represented are:  Stolo, Maskwacis, Saulteaux, Peguis, Sagkeeng, Snuneymuxw, Wetsiwiten, Metis, Anishinaabe, Nadleh Whut’en, Squamish, Tla’amin and Oneida to name a few.

The indigenous Women Rise Drum Circle is invited to perform at public events several times a year.  However, participation in public performance events is not mandatory for everyone who joins the drum circle. You are welcome to join us just to sing and drum within the drum circle.

To book a performance please send an email to PAFNWWorkshops@gmail.com