Native American Heritage Day and COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic on November 13, 2021
COVID CLINIC TO BE HELD DURING EVENT: We will have a COVID-19 vaccination clinic in the Rotunda from 11AM to 1:30PM.
The St. Louis County Historical Society, in partnership with the 1854 Treaty Authority and the Depot presents Native American Heritage Day on Saturday, November 13, 2021.
November is nationally recognized as Native American Heritage Month and this event is intended to celebrate local Ojibwe history, art, and culture.
The year's event will include food by Jim N Jo’s and the unveiling of new exhibits in the Fesler Galleries that will include: Pow Wow Regalia, Past and Present, and Round Lake Traditions, Pow Wow Regalia.
Drum music and speakers Vern Zacher and Michele Hakala-Beeksma will also be featured.
Children’s activities during the day include drum building with Michael Gillespie, crafts by the 1854 Treaty Authority, lacrosse demonstration with Jaylen Strong, and Ojibwe Storytime in Eli’s Farm.
The main event will take place in the Great Hall of the St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center (the Depot) at 506 W Michigan Street from 11am to 3pm.
Native American Heritage Day is FREE and open to the public. All are welcome!
We hope you will join us!
For further information please contact St. Louis County Historical Society staff at 218-733-7507.