- August 6, 2023 - 2:00 PM
- Gordon Hall, Music Mountain
TRADITIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN STORYTELLING BY DARLENE KASCAK OF THE SCHAGHTICOKE TRIBAL NATION
Darlene Kascak, Education Director for The Institute for American Indian Studies Museum and Research Center in Washington, Connecticut, will introduce us, through storytelling, to Quinnetukut’s Indigenous Peoples. Her style of teaching from a Native American’s point of view allows children and adults the opportunity to have a new understanding of Connecticut’s Indigenous Peoples lives both in the past and in the present. The Schaghticoke are descendants of the indigenous peoples who lived and worked since time immemorial on the land we now call Music Mountain.
START TIME: 2 PM
END TIME: 2:45 PM
TICKETS: This is a ticketed free event, general admission. Please get your free tickets by clicking on GET TICKETS.
LOCATION: Gordon Hall, 225 Music Mountain Rd, Falls Village, CT.
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PARKING: Free Parking
FOOD: Our Concessions Stand will be open from 1:30 PM, serving lemonade, ice cream and other goodies. There are picnic tables on the lawn in front of Gordon Hall and you are welcome to bring your own picnic (food, drinks, etc).