HOW Community Drum Circle!

Helping Our Women is excited to invite Outer Cape residents to participate in our Community Drum Circle! Everyone in the community is welcome to attend – please click on the link below to register in advance as we have a limited number of drums available. If you have your own djembe drum, please consider bringing it with you!

Why should you join our drum circle?

Have fun, destress, and build community! Learning and sharing music is a great way to build social connection. Drumming has also been shown to decrease inflammation, anxiety, and stress – it’s a great way to have some fun and heal your body and mind at the same time! Come boost your immune system and meet  new people!

More Important Information
  • The Drum Circle will be held every Tuesday in June from 2-3pm.
  • You can register for one, two, three or four sessions.
  • Each session will be led by drummer Sam Holmstock and held in the backyard garden at Preservation Hall in Wellfleet. If it rains, the program will be moved to Preservation Hall’s indoor Geiger Hall space. 
  •  This program is free for clients and volunteers of Helping Our Women with a $5 suggested donation for the general public.
If you have any questions or are experiencing any issues completing the registration form, please contact Elise at or call the Helping Our Women office at 508-487-4357.

Preservation Hall: 335 Main Street | Wellfleet MA | 02667 | 508.349.1800. Please check Preservation Hall’s website for the most current COVID policy:

Parking: Public parking is available on the street (no resident permit required), in the parking lot directly across from the Hall (3 hour seasonal time restriction), and in the parking lot behind Town Hall. Please read all posted signage.
Meet our Community Drum Circle Facilitator, Sam Holmstock!

Sam Holmstock is one of the co-founders of the world fusion ensemble, ENTRAIN, and performed with this incredible group of talented musicians for 20 years. In addition to his work with ENTRAIN, Sam has had the honor of playing music with artists such as Babatunde Olatunji, Bo Diddley, Gil Scott-Heron, Kate and James Taylor, Bob Weir, and even Bill Clinton.

A Berklee grad, Sam is currently on the faculty of Cotuit Center for the Arts and brings therapeutic drumming to many special needs communities via his organization Drum Strategies For Healing. Drum Strategies For Healing serves Autistic Adults, Memory Care patients, Teens at risk and involved in the Juvenile Justice System, PTSD Vets and the brain injured among others.

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