Celebrate the Native Tribes of the Northeast by participating in activities centered around our “Native Voices” Exhibit. From 12/2/17 to 12/9/17.

 

12/2/17                Aquinnah Wampanoag: Pinch Pots                                                                         1:00 PM

Come learn how the Indigenous peoples across North America have learned to use natural resources to make clay pottery. This project will create a great present for you to give to someone special!

12/5/17                Cranberry Fluff                                                                                                           1:00 PM

Celebrate and explore cranberries, just like the Aquinnah Wampanoag tribe celebrates Cranberry Day! Explore the unique texture of cranberries mixed with shaving cream!

12/6/17                Story Time                                                                                                                    1:00 PM

Celebrate our Native Voices exhibit through a special story time at 1:00 pm.

12/7/17                Clam Dig                                                                                                                        1:00 PM

Native tribes in the Northeast celebrate summer by gathering together to dig for clams for a clam bake. Join us for a pretend clam dig in our Native Voices exhibit.

12/8/17                Clay Pottery                                                                                                       10:30am & 1:00 PM

Native tribes created their own pottery for daily use. Create your very own masterpiece to take home while learning about Native pottery.

12/9/17               Mashpee Wampanoag: Hubbub                                                                                    1:00 PM

Come learn how to play a traditional game, Hubbub, played by the Wampanoag and other Indigenous peoples all across America.”

* Native Voices was produced by Boston Children’s Museum. All underlying materials, including all artwork and the use of Native Voices characters are used with permission of Boston Children’s Museum.