The community needs your positive feedback to Keep the Drum Circle Alive!
The complainers out there are just so darn efficient. The one thing they are truly good at is consistently calling in, writing in and generally trying their best to get rid of anything that doesn’t fit into their mold of how things should be. So now the Vancouver Parks Board has a handful of negativity towards Brahm’s Tams and an empty hand of positivity. It is time we balanced those hands…actually let’s blow the negativity out of the water. There are dozens of complainers and hundreds of us who believe in community, free assembly and have experienced first hand what Brahm’s Tams is about. I say it’s time to share it with the Vancouver Parks Board, the Mayor, and frankly everyone else as well. Tell your neighbours and friends about your experience. Invite them to the circle as if it was your very own…because it is yours. It’s all of ours.
If Stanley Park is the heart of the city, then we are its heartbeat.
Please share your experience of the drum circle and Post a Comment on this blog.
Or send your feedback to:
(the honourable) Mayor Gregor Robertson
Vancouver Parks Board
When sending emails, please include Brahm Olszynko: firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Date: Thursday July 15, 2010. 1pm.
Please email, call, fax or comment on the blog by Thursday July 15 at 1pm as preparations will be made to further discuss details of the time, location, frequency etc. of this community-based drum circle. An open discussion will determine the immediate future of this peaceful family-friendly assembly by the key supporters of the drum circle, Urban Planner, Vancouver Parks Board, and Vancouver Police.
Thank you for the ongoing cooperation and support from the Rangers, Vancouver Parks Board, Vancouver Police, and more importantly YOU and your commitment to the growing culture and unity of our community in Vancouver.