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  • Aliso State Beach Drum Circle Schedule

    Tinkmomma and I have taken the kids to a few of these. Saturday ones tend to be larger, but it is a lot of fun for anyone interested. There is something about the rhythm of drums, the crash of waves and the feeling of sand between your toes that just makes you smile.

    This weekend (Sat 6/26) is also the San Diego Highland Games and the San Diego County Fair down at Del Mar. For the LA Micechatters this might be a nice stop on the way back from a fun filled day.

    La Vida Laguna - Free Full Moon Drum Circle in Laguna Beach, CA
    Laguna Beach Full Moon La Vida Drum Circles

    If you're lucky enough to be here on a full moon, come to a free Laguna community drum circle on the beach!
    We drum at Aliso State Beach from 7 - 10pm, every full moon, complete with a bonfire.
    If you have a drum, great. If not, don't worry, There are always extras. However, extra fire wood will instantly ingratiate you.
    Aliso Beach is a few miles south of downtown Laguna on PCH, just past the Montage Resort and opposite Aliso Creek Golf Course. We meet at the south end. Just have a listen and you'll find us.
    2010 Full Moon Drum Circle Schedule

    • Saturday, Jan 30
    • Sunday, Feb 28
    • Tuesday, March 30
    • Wednesday, April 28
    • Thursday, May 27
    • Saturday, June 26
    • Monday, July 26
    • Tuesday, Aug 24
    • Thursday, Sept 23
    • Saturday, October 23
    • Sunday, November 21
    • Tuesday, December 21
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    Re: Aliso State Beach Drum Circle Schedule

    Originally posted by techskip View Post
    For anyone planning to go the website has the dates. My wife and I try to make it as often as we can. Parking is just $1 an hour. Since it starts around sunset the most you'll pay is about $3 for parking. The "beach side" of PCH is usually full so we recommend Aliso Creek across the street. Bring blankets, jackets, and a flashlight (there is a tunnel under PCH so you don't need to walk across it). It is family friendly, with lots of adults and kids ranging in age from babies to teens.
    I did a TR for anyone interested
    "Happiness is a Low Water Level"


    "Creating magical memories and making Managers cry since 1955!"


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