Join the family fun and make a traditional craft in celebration of Indigenous Peoples' Day. This workshop is part of the Durham Library’s Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) Saturday programming. Location: Storytime Room.
Unitarian Universalist Church, 20 Madbury Rd, Durham, NH 03824, USA
Relatively little is known about the early Abenaki, and conventional histories often depict the first Europeans entering an untamed, uninhabited wilderness, rather than the homeland of people who had been there for hundreds of generations.
Durham Evangelical Church, 114 Dover Rd, Durham, NH 03824, USA
What traditions do contemporary Indians still practice? How do you know if you’re an Indian? How do native people see the Durham Post Office mural? Come meet members of New Hampshire’s Indigenous community and ask them anything.
Garrett Chapman, UNH administrator and member of the Mohegan tribe of Uncisville, CT, will present a traditional basket weaving workshop. Participants will learn to weave and take home a traditional reed basket.
Registration is required. Limit 20 participants. Ages 10+ .