Friday, August 6, 2010

Rabbitstick is for kids of all ages.

We've lots of contact recently from people who would like to attend Rabbitstick for the first time and don't know what to expect. This is unusual since most people come after having talked with friends who have been before, so they get a pretty good picture of what goes on. There are a number of ads and articles out right now that have attracted some attention, but don't explain who should be at Rabbitstick 24.
Rabbitstick is for everyone, regardless of skill level. There are classes and teachers that can relate to you on a variety of levels. Don't worry about how much you bring to the event. You will take away far more than you ever expected, even if you're a novice or an expert. Everyone has something to learn, and Rabbitstick staff have a huge amount to share. Join us.

1 comment:

  1. If you have not been to Rabbit Stick or Wintercount and are wondering what it might be like, I have a lot of photos and embedded video posted at

    I have been documenting people and activities of Rabbit Stick and Wintercount for about 14 years now, most of which is posted.

    Both events are similar in format and everyone I have been to has offered life changing experiences on many fronts: people, workshops, music, and education at its finest.