Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Summer Events at the Indian Museum

Dave Jacques Head Dancer 2013

Saturday & Sunday, July 12 & 13, 2014
15th Annual Intertribal Powwow

Sunday, July 20, 2014
Talk by Dr. Robert Goodby
"Fishing in New England: The First 12,000 Years"
A program to accompany

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Free Family Fun Day!
Eating off the Land
Grab your hiking boots and appetities for a free edible journey around the Medicine Woods and museum grounds.  Learn about traditional medicines, materials and foods while gathering ingredients to make your own midday treat.  In addition to gathering wild foods, spend some time at Anna's
Garden learning about traditional planting methods and farming and then try your own hand at
planting some seed for your garden at home. Wild harvest tours will leave at 10:30 and 12:30
There will be fun crafts and activities for all ages throughout the day.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Free Family Fun Day!
Fun and Games
From lacrosse to board games, there's something for everyone at this free family fun event.  Test
your strength and coordination with outdoor games like lacrosse and archery, or showcase
your intelligence and develop strategy by challenging a friend to a traditional board game.  After
exercising your body and mind, stretch some creative muscle at the craft tent where you can
create and decorate your own games and toys to enjoy at home.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Free Family Fun Day!
Heartbeat of the People
Since one weekend a year simply isn't enough, come join us for a free, in-depth look at music
and dance withing Native American Culture. Get a chance to sit in and play a real drum and
to make and use rattles.  Learn about different powwow dance styles and participate in group
social dances. Join us at Noon for traditional story-telling, and an opportunity to celebrate a rich oral tradition.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Free Family Fun Day!
Traditional Arts and Crafts

For more information about these events
please call 603-456-2600
Please consider joining us as an MKIM event volunteer.
Click here to see event volunteer position descriptions.
To become a volunteer: contact MKIM’s Volunteer Coordinator
at 603-456-2600, X227 or email [email protected]


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