SingFest 2022

A women's festival for singing...and more!
Now Virtual - SingFest 2022


Warm up your voices, your hands, and your hearts when you come to Sing and Drum online!

 SingFest 22 will be an experiential, participatory gathering where you are at choice to do as much or as little as you wish!  So get your voices warmed up, your drums ready, your dancing shoes on and your pens poised to share in the magic of SingFest 22!


The SingFest 22 Guest Facilitators, Natalie Jackson of KUUMBA, Shelley Graff, Linda Smith Koehler and Rissa Moore, Barbara Gail and Albie Johnson will offer a workshop on Saturday afternoon and a performance during Saturday’s evening concert.  These Guest Facilitators will also be sharing their gifts in UUCFM's Sunday Service.

General Schedule for SingFest 22:


Saturday, January 22nd, 2022   
Workshops:  12 PM- 5:15 PM (EST)

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022    
Saturday Evening Concert  7 PM- 9:15 PM  (EST)

Please sign on early so we can start on time!
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The ZOOM LINK will be sent the day before the event!

Thank you for respecting that this is a women only space!
Concert will be followed by a Social Hour until 10 PM (EST)

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SingFest 22 participants and Guest Facilitators will be sharing songs, poetry, drumming and dance during the
UUCFM Sunday Service which will be open to the full church membership,
to the public as well as to a streamed live audience.
10:30-12:00 AM (EST):

Saturday, January 22, 2022

The SingFest 22 Committee would like to thank the following for helping to make this gathering possible:
The Ellen Peterson Fund
CUPPS and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Ft. Myers
The Musical Arts Community Center

SingFest 22 Committee Members:  Shelley Graff, Genelle Grant, Carole Latino, Toni Latino,
Lesley Peterson, Ruth King, Suzanne Ziemer, Mary Cline, and Alberita Johnson.


Guest Facilitators

  • Natalie Jackson
    Traditional African Song, Drum, and Dance.
    Natalie Jackson, the founding Mother of the award-winning troupe KUUMBA, has dedicated her life to preserving West African Culture.
    Website & Facebook
  • Shelley Graff  
    Singing in Sacred Circle facilitator, Singer-Song/Chant writer, Performer
    Website & Facebook
  • Linda Koehler and Rissa Moore
    Singing in Sacred Circle facilitators, Singer-Song/Chant writer, Performers
    Website & Facebook &
  • Barbara Gail
    Dynamic alchemist in the teaching and facilitating arts of group rhythm and movement, hand-drumming and dance, for people of all ages, abilities and challenges. 

    Website & Facebook & YouTube & YouTube

  • Albie Johnson
    Poet, Lay Minister @ UUCFM, Community Organizer, Counselor
    Website & Blog

Hosted by

CUUPS of Fort Myers
On the campus of
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fort Myers
13411 Shire Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912


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