September SEED: Hands on History – Presented by The Institute for American Indian Studies Museum and Research Center
Saturday, September 23 at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Hands On History: A Day in the Life of a Native American Child – Presented by The Institute for American Indian Studies Museum and Research Center
Sat. Sept. 23 at 2pm. Registration required.
Location: Community Room
This program is best for kids in K-3, but it is open to a slightly wider age group. Sign up each child separately that will be making their own pinch pot.
At least one adult guardian must stay in the room for this program.
What will we do? We will have multiple stations:
We will explore a day in the life a Native American child examining artifacts and listening to traditional Native American storytelling.
Then we will create our own clay pinch pots!
The first 30 families to register and who show up on the day of the program will receive a free copy of “Jingle Dancer” by Cynthia Leitich Smith to take home!
Thank you to our community partner, the Institute for American Indian Studies Museum and Research Center.
What is a SEED program?
SEED = Scholars Educational Enrichment Directive
A grant funded series of educational programs for children. The goal of these programs is to provide hand on enrichment opportunities for age groups K-3 in Avon, CT by incorporating cultural holidays, diverse calendar celebrations, multicultural events, art, literature, and STEM activities led by Erin Dawson and Erin Barthel, two Avon residents, educators, and mothers, in partnership with the Avon Library.
This is a series of programs made possible by a generous grant from Avon Greater Together Community Fund and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.