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Leaf Home arrow Heritage arrow Heritage2 arrow Winter Celebration December 10, 2011
Winter Celebration December 10, 2011
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Monday, 28 November 2011
Winter Celebration December 10, 2011
Posted 11.27.2011


Please join us for Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museums Annual Winter Celebration December 10th from 10:00 to 4:00.

It will be a day of storytelling, games, and crafts.  Winter has always been a time for storytelling in Native American cultures.  To honor that tradition we have invited four Native storytellers to share their tales with us during the celebration.

10:00  The festivities begin with family-friendly crafts and games that will contiinue throughout the day.  Weave a mat, make a storytelling pouch, learn some Native American games.

11:00  Abenaki storyteller Willow Greene will share stories passed down to her by family members and generations of Abenaki storytellers.

12:00  Hears Crow, a Narragansett storyteller and poet will keep the Narragansett traditions alive with songs and stories of "the old ones." 1:00  Mountain Spirit Drum will present a demonstration of traditional drumming and singing.

2:00  Abenaki storytellers Ken Quiet Hawk and Deb New Moon Rising, winners of Native American Music Awards for Best Spoken Word Recordings, and nominated for Best Male and Female Artist will present traditional stories for an early winter afternoon.

Hot cider and cookies will be offered all day.  If you are looking for a unique gift, please visit the Dream Catcher Museum Store and enjoy a 20% store-wide sale.

This event is free for museum members.  Admission for non-members is $5.00 per person and $20.00 per family.  Admission includes self-guided tours of the Museum and the Medicine Woods.

Consider becoming a member of Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum.  Membership begins at $33.00 for an individual membership.  When you become a member you will enjoy such benefits as free or reduced-price admission to MKIM special events, free admission to the museum for staff-guided and self-guided tours, a 10% discount on purchases made in the Museum Store, and more.  Go to http://www.dreamcatcheronline.org/ becomemember.html to become a member online, or email This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it to ask to have a membership application sent to you.
 
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