Musical instrument creator and sound therapist Jim Doble will present a “spooky sound bath” at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, in the Camden Amphitheatre. The event is hosted by Camden Public Library. Contributed art

Camden Public Library plans to host musical instrument creator and sound therapist Jim Doble at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, in the Amphitheatre on Atlantic Avenue for the final community “sound bath” of the season. This program will occur in the dark and incorporate spooky sounds.

“Come enjoy a special nighttime inner journey with the meditative sounds of gongs and chimes. This will be a sonic meditation, a timeless moment to rest, reflect, and let go with a little bit of ‘eerie’ thrown in to help us get in the mood for All Hallows Eve,” said Doble, according to a news release from the library.

Doble will be joined by La Lefebvre. Participants are encouraged to dress warmly, and to bring a flashlight and something comfortable to sit or lay on. Donations will be accepted, with a portion benefiting the library.

To attend, contact Doble at 207-785-2212 or [email protected]. Registration is suggested in order to be notified if there are any changes or cancelations to this program.

To learn more about this and other programs, visit librarycamden.org.

 

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