Date: Saturday, October 29th
Ages: All ages
Cost: By donation; an RSVP is appreciated.
Location: Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center
Join us for an exciting program for all ages that teaches the interdependence of all things in the environment through experiential hands on learning. The Nature Museum highlights the Native American philosophy of kinship with nature, connection to the earth and respect for every form of living creature through activities, stories and games.
We will learn about Abenaki life pre-contact to the Europeans (late 1500's) and discover what tools, skills, and natural resources were utilized.
Families are welcome. This event is part of our Saturday series of environmental education programs for families.
Admission is by donation. RSVP required as space is limited. Pack snack, and water bottle and wear shoes for hiking over uneven terrain. Rain or shine.
Abenaki Couple, an 18th-century watercolor by an unknown artist. Courtesy of the City of Montreal Records Management & Archives, Montreal, Canada.