Montezuma Castle to Host Weekly Native American Flute Circles Beginning October 5

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Date: September 24, 2014
Contact: Caleb Kesler, 928-567-3322  X227

National Park ServiceNews Release

For Immediate Release –September 24, 2014
Caleb Kesler, Chief Ranger, MOCA/TUZI, 928-567-3322 x227

Montezuma Castle to Host Weekly Native American Flute Circles Beginning October 5

CAMP VERDE, Ariz. –Beginning Sunday, October 5, the National Park Service will partner with Western National Parks Association to offer a 10:00 a.m. flute circle at Montezuma Castle National Monument. A flute circle is a gathering of people who meet regularly to learn, play, share, or simply enjoy music played on Native American flutes.

The Montezuma Castle flute circle will be led by Mr. Harry Seavey, a WNPA volunteer who has played Native American flutes since 1998. His first two albums, Endless Beginnings (2008) and Footsteps (2009), received recognition at the Indian Summer Music Awards. In 2014, he released his latest album, a compilation entitled The Messenger.

Montezuma Castle is located at 2800 Montezuma Castle Road in Camp Verde, Arizona. Entry to the park is $5 per adult, and children 15 years of age and younger are admitted for free. The National Park Service accepts all Federal Recreational Lands Passes, including the Annual Pass, Senior Pass, Golden Age Pass, Access Pass, and Military Pass. For more information, please call 928-567-3322, extension 0.

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