Links to Flute Organizations
that promote the flute
Flute Circles are local and regional groups that routinely gather and share in the blessings of the flute. The following groups have web sites:
- Texas: Lone Star Flute Circle covering Austin and central Texas.
- Texas: Spring Cypress Native American Flute Circle covering Spring, Cypress, The Woodlands, Huntsville, Conroe, Tomball, College Station, and the Houston area.
- Oklahoma: Oklahoma Flute Circle covering Norman, Oklahoma City and the vicinity.
- Oklahoma: Tahlequah Native American Flute Circle in east Oklahoma.
- Oregon: Cascadia Flute Circle
- Oregon: Columbia River Flute Circle
- Washington: Washington State Flute Circle has several local chapters that cover the state.
- Ohio: Miami Valley Flute Circle
- North Carolina: Neuse River Flute Circle
- West Virginia: West Virginia Native American Flute Circle
- Maryland, Northern Virginia, Washington DC: Potomac Flute Circle
- Delaware: Whispering Woods Native American Flute Circle
- Louisiana: Louisiana Native American Flute Circle in the vicinity of Baton Rouge
Here are some other ways to find a flute group in your area:
- World Flute Society maintains an extensive list of flute circles
that are organized by its membership from all over the world.
- Meetup is used by many flute circles to announce their monthly gatherings. Flute circles are a great places to share, learn and discuss the flute.
Suggest searching on native flute at find a Meetup Group in your area.
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