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TaKeTiNa - Learning for Life 2010
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Clarkston Community Center, 3701 College Avenue, Clarkston, GA
From : Friday, 17 September 2010 10:30
Until : Friday, 17 September 2010 17:00
(UTC -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada), Bogota, Lima
Seats available:
Unlimited seats

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Rhythm, Space and Timelessness – a Journey into Deceleration

It seems that in recent years, the world has only been going faster and faster. In fact, many events of daily life have accelerated greatly. Only several decades ago, a letter needed days or weeks to proffer its information. Today, innumerable e-mails are constantly waiting to be answered immediately; cell phones and computer networks enable decisions to be made in a matter of minutes.

Friday,September 17 - Sunday, September 19, 2010
A typical schedule is 10:30am - 6pm on Friday and Saturday, ending earlier on Sunday. However hours are flexible and will vary based upon the flow of the program each day.

The Clarkston Community Center, a beautiful auditorium in an international community on the eastern side of Atlanta's I-285 perimeter

Lodging and Transportation:
A discounted block of rooms is available at the Holiday Inn Decatur. This newly renovated Holiday Inn is located about 5 miles from the workshop space in downtown Decatur, a walk-able neighborhood packed with restaurants and coffeeshops. It is one block from the MARTA train, making it easy and inexpensive to travel to and from the Atlanta airport. The rate of $89 / night includes FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE to and from the workshop location. To ensure you get the group rate you must make your reservation by August 17th. For reservations, call 404-371-0204

Early Bird through June 1st: $300, or $325 if paid in installments
Regular Registration through August 15th: $350, or $375 if paid in installments
Late or Walk-In Registration (space permitting): $395

A $150 deposit is required to reserve your space. Pay in full for the best rate.
All payments are non-refundable after August 15th and $50 processing fee will be applied for any cancellations. Meals and lodging are not included.

Please download and complete a registration form (http://www.drummingatlanta.com/TKTN_Reg_Form_2010.pdf)
and mail with your check payable to: Kumandi Drums
PO Box 003
Decatur, GA 30031-003

Read more at Rhythm Synergy (http://drummingatlanta.com)

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