Wabanaki Stories To Live By in the Time of Climate Emergency
with Dwayne Tomah
at the Smith Center at Wolfe's Neck Farm
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In partnership with FreeportCAN and Freeport Historical Society, Wolfe’s Neck Center is honored to be hosting Dwayne Tomah to explore what Wabanaki stories can teach us about protecting our air, land, water, plants, animals, and ourselves.
Dwayne Tomah is a Passamaquoddy language keeper, story teller and culture keeper. He is the keeper of a collection of wax cylinders containing original recordings of Native American songs made nearly 130 years ago. Dwayne will play one of these cylinders during the event. Don’t miss this evening of music, storytelling, and fun!
Admission is FREE for all ages, but pre-registration is required. If you have registered for the event and can no longer attend, please email email@example.com.
More Programs on Wabanaki History and Culture This Fall
This October and November Freeport Historical Society and our community partners are offering a series of programs aimed at prompting audiences to re-examine their relationship with Wabanaki history and culture and the land we share.