Native American Culture Days
Visitors learn first-hand about Native American regalia, dance and music, and immerse themselves in the rich history of local Native American cultures. Authentic dancing and drumming sessions leave a memorable impression and activities include traditional storytelling, games and crafts including corn husk doll making. Attendees can also visit the Museum’s exhibition, Anishinabek: The People of this Place. This exhibition highlights the Ottawa, Potawatomi and Chippewa people of West Michigan and provides an understanding of the Native American culture through rare artifacts and video interviews. PLAN YOUR VISIT Native American Culture Days will have an impressively strong level of appeal to elementary school-age children and families, as well as school groups. This program provides the perfect opportunity for students and teachers to enhance their classroom learning. In addition, with the inclusion of authentic cultural custom demonstrations, the programs provide a higher level of visual curiosity for adult visitors as well.
Date & Time
Weekly on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
11/07/2013 through 11/09/2013
9:00AM - 3:00PM
Add to Calendar 11/07/201309:00 AM 11/07/201303:00 PM America/New_York Native American Culture Days Visitors learn first-hand about Native American regalia, dance and music, and immerse themselves in the rich history of local Native American cultures.... More info at livingston.locable.com/events/18302/native-american-culture-days Grand Rapids Public Museum 272 Pearl St NW , Grand Rapids, MI 49504 FREQ=WEEKLY;BYDAY=TH,FR,SA;INTERVAL=1;UNTIL=20131109 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927
Free with General Admission