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Beat the Winter Blues through Drumming!

Beat the cold and feel better at our free family music program "Drumming About You" with Bob Bloom.

Learning how to play the drums has been one of the items on my bucket list ever since I watched Mary Stuart Masterson play her kit in the movie "Some Kind of Wonderful."  Something about the physical nature of pounding out a beat really appeals to me.  Turns out research has shown drumming can reduce stress, improve your health, and when done in a group build personal connections.

Tomorrow (Sunday, January 27th) at 2 p.m. the Scranton Library is pleased to offer the interactive program "Drumming About You" presented by professional drumming instructor and performer Bob Bloom. Bob is bringing a colorful cargo of percussion instruments so everyone, kids to grandparents, can experience the wonders of drumming during this humorous and high-energy performance.

This program is free and open to all ages so come inside, beat the winter blues, and take a drum ride as Bob Bloom drives the highest octane songs that Madison will ever hear and play.  Register online at www.scrantonlibrary.org/events or call the Library at (203) 245-7365.

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