ART AND SURVIVAL: NAVAJO WEAVING AND STORIES
Apr 7,2018 - Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Master Weaver Lynda Pete shares historical perspective and personal stories about how the 1863-1868 forced relocation to Bosque Redondo, a reservation at Fort Sumner in New Mexico, impacted the lives and art of the Navajo people.
Her presentation will include photos and a weaving demonstration.
Registration is required by calling 720.497.7650
Suggested donation $10/person
Sponsored by Evergreen Mountain Area Historical Society
Registration is closed for this event.
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