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Beating in harmony a crafty way to keep fit

Healthy ageing, social and cultural inclusion were the messages thumped out by the Byron Elder Beats at a drumming circle for the Harmony Day Artisan Market at Byron Bay’s Railway Park on Saturday. The market for local craftspeople was the last one for the summer and also raised money for the Bentley anti-CSG blockade camp.

Video Sharon Shostak

 


2 responses to “Beating in harmony a crafty way to keep fit”

  1. Tony Parker says:

    Yet another reason to live in this bubble of humanity.

  2. Karina Mereki says:

    What a lovely heart warming story!
    Well done on bringing out the positive activities of this shire.
    I would like to say also well done to the facilitators of this great event and to bring the activity out in the public for all to enjoy!

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