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Drum Circle Simchat Torah

Sunday, October 16, 2022 21 Tishrei 5783

Come and join Congregation Kol Ami for a joyous celebration of Simchat Torah!
This will be the final opportunity to enjoy the Kol Ami sukkah as we gather beneath its canopy to celebrate the joy of Torah and community.
To help us lift our hearts and spirits, we are thrilled to welcome back facilitator Diana Lynn Wallace, who will lead us in a drum circle using an assortment of drums, shakers, and other percussion instruments. Everyone will have the opportunity to participate and bring their unique sound to the celebration. We hope to see you there! 
Diana Lynn Wallace is a singer/composer based in Los Angeles. Growing up the daughter of a preacher, she has strong roots in gospel and choral music, however, she draws inspiration from world rhythms and indigenous music.
As a vocal artist, songwriter, composer and, teacher, Diana Lynn leads with her whole heart. Through her wide lens, extensive skills, creative gifts, and pure passion for life, Diana combines all of her strengths to inspire, support, and help others find their voice, honor their strength & embrace their power to reach their highest selves.
Diana holds real-life experiences, certifications, and qualifications in vocal performance, drum circle facilitation, music, music technology, and visual arts. She has been a mentee and student of globally acclaimed musicians, healers as well as luminary leaders of awareness and consciousness.
Diana serves a global audience of diverse communities. Her vision is to help others lead a life of joy, creativity, strength, and full expression. Diana is currently working on new musical compositions and voice workshops both on Zoom and in person and facilitates drum circles throughout the Los Angeles area.
Register for Simchat Torah In-Person at Kol Ami
Kol Ami requires proof of vaccination including at least one booster for all events for all those eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine. If you are not yet eligible for a booster, you must provide proof a negative test within 24 hrs of the event. While masks are optional at indoor events the Los Angeles County Health Department strongly recommends that you wear a mask indoors. At Kol Ami we are mindful that there are many people who are immune compromised and as an act of loving kindness (Chesed) and compassion (Rachamim) we recommend you wear a mask except when eating or drinking indoors.
Please note: each individual attending should reserve and register separately please!



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