Upcoming Event: The Woodland Indians of Connecticut: A Family Program

The Woodland Indians of Connecticut: A Program for School-Age Children and Their Caregivers

A Greenwich Reads Together 2017 Community Event
Sunday, October 29th, 2017
Two identical sessions: 2 PM-2:45 PM and 3:15 PM-4 PM
Advance registration is required; space is limited to 25 participants in each session
Sign up today at the Adult Circulation Desk

News of the World, The Ransom of Mercy Carter, and The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses, the three Greenwich Reads Together 2017 book selections, all explore aspects of Native American culture. Please join us for this presentation by the Bruce Museum, which will shed light on the shelter, transportation, food, games, and ceremonies of the Native Americans of Southwestern Connecticut, including those who lived in the area now known as Greenwich. This is a hands-on program– through an examination of replica artifacts, participants will be able to characterize the relationship between the Woodland Indians and their surrounding environment.  

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