Imagine walking through our beautiful Nature Preserve surrounded by the flora and fauna of the banks of the American River. The sound of the Native American flute can be heard winding its way through the trees and touching our souls – reminding us of how amazing it is in our own backyard. Come join Grammy award winning flutist Mary Youngblood here at the Effie Yeaw Nature Center for unforgettable journey filled with music and beauty.
*Program may be canceled if minimum registration is not met
Flute Walk with Mary Youngblood
Speaker: Mary Youngblood
Date: Saturday, May 20
Time: 1pm (end time variable).
Price: Member: $50 / Non-member: $55 (musical rendezvous only)
Member: $65 / Non-member: $70 (musical rendezvous and hike)
Age range: Adults only
Call us at 916-876-4918 to register today!
About the Instructor: Mary Youngblood
Native American Mary Youngblood, half Seminole and half Aleut, is the first woman to professionally record the Native American Flute, and the first woman to win not just one, but two Grammy Awards for “Best Native American Music Album”. Youngblood has a lifetime of musicianship behind her, starting with piano lessons at age six and guitar at ten; she is also a renowned classically trained flutist.