Glen Arbor Arts Center hosts Pete Farmer of Farmer Foot Drums

From staff reports

Pete Farmer, founder and owner of Farmer Foot Drums, brings his menagerie of hand- and foot-operated percussion instruments and music to the Glen Arbor Arts Center (GAAC) on Saturday, May 11, for a family-friendly program. This concert of interactive songs begins at 11 am. The program is free. No registration is required. Children must be accompanied by adults.

Farmer will bring his instrument petting zoo to the May 11 program. Participants will be able to try out several of Farmer’s inventive, and unexpected hand-built instruments following his performance.

A Leelanau County resident, Farmer performs at the GAAC as part of “By Hand,” a project exploring the creativity of human hand work in a techno-centric age. By Hand continues through May 30, and is supported by Michigan Humanities. For more information, click here.