Ojibwe Storytime at 1 PM on Wednesdays and Saturdays in Ojibwe Gallery
Picture of Museum Assistant Abby Johnson and children taken by Tim White, Marketing Coordinator
Ojibwe Storytime is free and scheduled for 1pm every Wednesday and Saturday, beginning Wednesday, June 26, through Labor Day.
The Lake Superior Ojibwe Gallery contains original artworks by noted painter, Eastman Johnson, and artifacts that represent the history and culture of the area’s Ojibwe people. Storytelling in the Ojibwe culture is a traditional way to pass on knowledge from generation to generation. Storytime aims to introduce children to the world of Ojibwe cultural teachings. In addition to broadly telling the Anishinabeg story, a museum safe wigwam was installed for children to experience and discuss the cultural tradition of storytelling.
Ojibwe Storytime is free and scheduled for 1pm every Wednesday and Saturday, beginning Wednesday, June 26, through Labor Day. St. Louis County Historical Society’s Museum Assistant Abby Johnson will be reading stories in the Ojibwe gallery. Sessions are free and aimed at 2–12-year-old, however, all ages are welcome! All books have been approved by our American Indian Advisory Committee.
The Lake Superior Ojibwe Gallery is located on the fourth floor of The Depot (St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center), at 506 West Michigan Street, Duluth, MN. Admittance to this exhibit gallery is free to the public.
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