Native Heritage Month – Art Sale & Event

November 28, 2021 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Native Heritage Month - Art Sale & Event
Celebrate Native Heritage Month at the MOST on Sunday, November 28, from 9:30 AM to 5 PM, sponsored by 4 the Future Foundation.
Tadodaho Sid Hill, the spiritual leader of the Six Nations, will be opening the event with a traditional Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving at 9:45 AM.
The event includes: lacrosse-stick-making demonstration by world-renowned stick maker Alfie Jacques at 11 AM in the main exhibit hall; Faithkeeper Oren Lyons speaks on the roots of democracy at 12:30 PM; Native Dance exhibition led and emceed by smoke dance champion Chris Thomas at 1:30 and 3 PM in the main exhibit hall; 15 art vendors offering traditional crafts that celebrate the beauty and complexity of Native culture in the main exhibit hall; art exhibit in Innovation Station featuring stone sculptor Tom Huff, sculptor Diane Schenandoah, potter Ada Jacques, and basket maker Ronni-Leigh Goeman; and the ongoing American Indian Law Alliance presents Innovation Station Feature: Lacrosse (dehoñtjihgwa’és).
Native Heritage Month is FREE with museum admission.