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  1. SlideCKVL

    June 30, 2018, 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM @ Broad Street in downtown Cookeville near the Courthouse Square

    Cookeville’s fourth annual Red, White and Boom Independence Day celebration kicks off June 30-July 1 with SlideCKVL, a 1,000-foot waterslide along Broad Street beginning near the Courthouse Square. Saturday’s hours are 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday’s hours are noon-8 p.m. Tickets are $10 for a double-slider armband (two slides, either day); $20 for a five-slider armband (one person can slide five times or five people can slide one time, either day); or $25 for an unlimited-slider armband (unlimited slides both days). Purchase in advance at www.cpactn.com ($3 convenience fee) or onsite (cash or credit card). Sliders must be at least 3 years old, sign an injury release form and slide on an inflatable tube. Lap riding is not permitted.

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  2. Community Drumming Circle & Hula Hoop Flow Dancing

    June 30, 2018, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Dogwood Park

    Drop in for a community drumming circle, along with hula hoop flow dancing. Drumming circle is an ancient form of group meditation. The drumming, led by multi-instrumentalist Massood Taj and Tennessee Tech University professor of percussion Dr. Colin Hill, starts with a simple base beat and allows participants to improvise rhythms. A group consciousness develops into a collective voice. Participants are also free to dance. Some drums and shakers will be available, but participants are encouraged to bring drums if possible. In addition, Kat Champlin, hula hoop flow artist and dance instructor, will present Hula Hoop Flow Dancing, which combines technical moves and tricks with freestyle or technical dancing. Modern hooping has been influenced by art forms such as hip hop, gymnastics and other dance and movement forms. In contrast to the classic toy hula hoop, modern hoopers use heavier and larger diameter hoops and rotate the hoops around parts of the body other than the waist.

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