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NAM Saturday Programs

The Native American Museum in Dobbs Park hosts one Saturday program each month.

2019 Native American Museum Saturday Programs
January 5 10:00 am: Aztec Sunshine
Fight the midwinter gloom with an Aztec-designed sun. $1.50 craft fee
February 2 10:00 am: Pictographs
Ancient people carved symbols on rocks. Find out what they mean and make one of your very own. $1.50 craft fee
March 2 10:00 am: The Web We Weave
Learn why weaving is popular among many tribes and make a fun craft. $1.50 craft fee
April 6 10:00 am: What, Me Worry?
Worry dolls will chase the blues away. $1.50 craft fee
May 4 10:00 am: Native American Symbols
Decorate your bandana with Native American symbols. $1.50 craft fee
June 1 10:00 am: The Desert Southwest
Learn about the relationship between the Southwestern Indians and animals. Make a gecko craft to take with you. $1.50 craft fee
July 6 10:00 am: Butterflies
We'll tell some native stories about butterflies and make a beautiful souvenir. $1.50 craft fee
August 3 10:00 am: Our Feathered Friends
We'll make a bird craft as we discuss Native Americans' fascination with them. $1.50 craft fee
September 7 10:00 am: Look Who's Talking
Paint a talking stick like those of the people of the Great Plains. $1.50 craft fee
October 5 10:00 am: O Deer!
The deer and its relatives are very important to the native peoples. $1.50 craft fee
November 2 10:00 am: Native American Seasonal Stories
Find out how American Indians view the change of seasons and make a neat craft. $1.50 craft fee
December 7 10:00 am: Huron Christmas
The Huron Christmas carol is the oldest song translated from a native language. $1.50 craft fee

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