Category Archives: Footsteps to Ghana

Notes from Ghana #4

So the first couple of days here have been spent exploring the village, getting Fantas at the spot and having our first lesson under the trees. All 35 of us played drums and danced Kinka. Although the youth have been … Continue reading

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Notes from Ghana #1

Day one. Hayley arrives at the studio early. The bus arrives at the studio early. Just about everyone arrives early and so off we go……early. Traffic is in our favour and so we get to Trudeau airport early. Everything is … Continue reading

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Packing Party

Last night we assembled  all the generously donated school supplies, sports equipment, dental supplies, guitar, kids clothing and shoes together with our extra duffel bags and went to work packing up the bags to take on our trip. We will … Continue reading

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Pumpkin UP the Party!

Last Saturday was an amazing community fundraiser for our Footsteps to Ghana campaign. The O’Nyon family, friends of Baobab Community,  hosted a pumpkin carving party and house concert with fantastic food and drink. The weather was crappy but that didn’t … Continue reading

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Drumming UP Support!

Last Sunday saw a packed room at City View United Church for our concert in support of the Stephen Lewis Foundation- Grandmother’s Campaign and our Footsteps to Ghana tour. Hosted by the church, the afternoon featured two sets of performances … Continue reading

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An unexpected gift!

During the week of January 20-23 I had the pleasure of working at the Forsyth Country Day School in North Carolina, hosted by Choral conductor and educator Jeremy Truhel. During those three days, I worked with choral and instrumental music … Continue reading

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