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Indigenous People’s Day at The Mariners’ Museum

Mariners Museum Newport News VA

Where: The Mariners’ Museum and Park 100 Museum Dr, Newport News, VA 23606

When: Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 10am-3pm

Cost: FREE with $1 Museum admission

Description: A special recognition of Indigenous People’s Day during Native American Heritage Month at The Mariners’ Museum and Park.

What is the difference between Native Americans, First Peoples, Native Peoples, Indigenous Peoples, and Virginia Indians? How many different tribes and peoples inhabited the area we call home?

Discover answers to these questions as we explore the diverse cultures, traditions, and stories of indigenous people in the Continental US and Canada. Hear compelling and insightful stories, and enjoy activities suitable for the entire family, which include:

  • Make a unique bracelet to take home
  • Get a rare look at Edwin Tappan Adney’s collection of the bark canoe, and other artifacts not typically on display
  • View America’s first coloring books, and more!

Come explore the vibrant and resilient Native American culture with the entire family as we highlight the rich maritime heritage of many tribes!

More information & updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/406547063370378/