Let your kids experience the age-old tradition of hearing stories while gathered in a cozy circle around the fire. Every Saturday a storyteller will weave a different Pueblo tale, after which our own education team will guide the little ones in an art activity that relates to the story. Our friends at the Pueblo Harvest will offer hot chocolate for sale throughout. Free for members, or with museum admission.
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Winter Stories/Coyote Stories: Albuquerque Public Schools Native American Language students from La Mesa Elementary will be performing their Coyote Stories.
Cultural Activity: Traditional winter string game demonstration and engaging activity.
Winter Stories/Coyote Stories: Albuquerque Public Schools Indian Education Department Native American Leadership/Native Studies students will perform Coyote Stories, Indigenous Traditional Storytelling.
Cultural Activity: Traditional winter game demonstration and engaging activity.
Winter Solstice: Museum Educator Jon Ghahate will lead this Stories by the Fireside, focusing on the cultural significance of the winter solstice.
Pueblo Core Value Craft: Reciprocity – pine cone bird feeders
Pueblo Cane Story: Learn about the Pueblo canes through storytelling by Tewa language teacher Laura Jagles. The Pueblo canes story is available to download from the Indigenous Wisdom Curriculum on https://www.indianpueblo.org.
Pueblo Core Value Craft to be included.