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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Community


Apr.
21st
Saturday, Apr. 21st | 2:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
Crafts for Children
Cary Williams, Hibulb Cultural Center Assistant
Event Location: HCC Canoe Hall

HCC Museum Assistant Cary Williams will have craft projects available to demonstrate and share with youth on Saturday afternoons, a different craft each Saturday. Fun activities for creative minds.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Lecture Series


Apr.
22nd
Sunday, Apr. 22nd | 2:00 PM
LECTURE SERIES
Captain Vancouver’s Exploration of the Coast
John Horton, C.F.M.A. F.C.A., Marine Artist, Author
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Internationally acclaimed marine artist John Horton talks about his work and shows images of his paintings. His portrayals range from the Pacific voyages of discovery when Captains Cook and Vancouver first anchored off British Columbia to contemporary settings on urban and rural waterfronts.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


Apr.
23rd
Monday, Apr. 23rd | 5:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
Kelly Moses, sduukʷqidəb, Tulalip Carver
Event Location: Hibulb Cultural Center

Learn the history and art of Coast Salish carving in a six-week intensive, hands-on cedar carving experience with Tulalip carver Kelly Moses.


Plan on learning about the texture of cedar, hand tool skills, and the basics of traditional and contemporary techniques for designing and shaping wood. Students will complete a cedar-carved project. Limited number of spots available. Students must be 16 years of age or older. Register with Lena Jones or Mary Jane Topash by March 30, 2018.


In hopes of developing a new generation of Native artists, the Hibulb Cultural Center offers six-week, in-depth and hands-on artistic workshops to the Tulalip community on weaving, carving, beading, and design. The workshops will be funded by the Tulalip Foundation, supporting the sustainability of Native artistic and cultural heritage in Native communities.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Apr.
25th
Wednesday, Apr. 25th | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


Apr.
26th
Thursday, Apr. 26th | 6:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
HCC COASTAL JAM
Event Location: Hibulb Longhouse

Join us at Hibulb for singing and dancing Coastal style. All singers and drummers welcome.

This event is free.

Workshops


Apr.
28th
Saturday, Apr. 28th | 1:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Market/Shopping tote
Sara Andres, Tulalip Artist
Event Location: HCC Classroom 1

Hibulb’s own Sara Andres will help folks make and take a beautiful shopping bag. Bring your own fabric.

Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Apr.
29th
Sunday, Apr. 29th | 12:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Quilting Class
Sandra Swanson, Tulalip Elder
Event Location: HCC Classroom 1

Tribal elder Sandra Swanson shares her quilting expertise with a block of the month project. Some experience required. Bring your own fabric.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


Apr.
30th
Monday, Apr. 30th | 5:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
Kelly Moses, sduukʷqidəb, Tulalip Carver
Event Location: Hibulb Cultural Center

Learn the history and art of Coast Salish carving in a six-week intensive, hands-on cedar carving experience with Tulalip carver Kelly Moses.


Plan on learning about the texture of cedar, hand tool skills, and the basics of traditional and contemporary techniques for designing and shaping wood. Students will complete a cedar-carved project. Limited number of spots available. Students must be 16 years of age or older. Register with Lena Jones or Mary Jane Topash by March 30, 2018.


In hopes of developing a new generation of Native artists, the Hibulb Cultural Center offers six-week, in-depth and hands-on artistic workshops to the Tulalip community on weaving, carving, beading, and design. The workshops will be funded by the Tulalip Foundation, supporting the sustainability of Native artistic and cultural heritage in Native communities.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


May
2nd
Wednesday, May 2nd | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


May
3rd
Thursday, May 3rd | 10:00 AM
WORKSHOPS
Native Art Mart
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

A bazaar with Native American art and crafts will be available. Admission fees apply. (Registration and applicable fees required for vendors. Limited space available.)

This event is free on May 3rd as admission is free on the first Thursday of the month. The event is included in the cost of admission on May 5th.

Poetry Series


May
3rd
Thursday, May 3rd | 6:00 PM
POETRY SERIES
Monie Ordonia, Tulalip Artist, Poet
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Multi-talented Tulalip artist Monie Ordonia will be the featured poet, with open mic following.


Scheduled to appear. This event is free since held on the first Thursday of the month.

Workshops


May
5th
Saturday, May 5th | 12:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Native Art Mart
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

A bazaar with Native American art and crafts will be available. Admission fees apply. (Registration and applicable fees required for vendors. Limited space available.)

This event is free on May 3rd as admission is free on the first Thursday of the month. The event is included in the cost of admission on May 5th.

Storytelling


May
6th
Sunday, May 6th | 1:00 PM
STORYTELLING SERIES
Mason Landgrebe and Jacynta Miles-Gilford, Tulalip Storytellers
Event Location: HCC Longhouse

Young Storytellers Mason Landgrebe and Jacynta Miles-Gilford return to share their storytelling.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


May
7th
Monday, May 7th | 5:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
Kelly Moses, sduukʷqidəb, Tulalip Carver
Event Location: Hibulb Cultural Center

Learn the history and art of Coast Salish carving in a six-week intensive, hands-on cedar carving experience with Tulalip carver Kelly Moses.


Plan on learning about the texture of cedar, hand tool skills, and the basics of traditional and contemporary techniques for designing and shaping wood. Students will complete a cedar-carved project. Limited number of spots available. Students must be 16 years of age or older. Register with Lena Jones or Mary Jane Topash by March 30, 2018.


In hopes of developing a new generation of Native artists, the Hibulb Cultural Center offers six-week, in-depth and hands-on artistic workshops to the Tulalip community on weaving, carving, beading, and design. The workshops will be funded by the Tulalip Foundation, supporting the sustainability of Native artistic and cultural heritage in Native communities.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


May
9th
Wednesday, May 9th | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Culture Series


May
12th
Saturday, May 12th | 1:00 PM
CULTURE SERIES
Dereck Stonefish, Oneida
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Oneida artist Dereck Stonefish will demonstrate his fantastic beading style.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


May
13th
Sunday, May 13th | 1:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Maxine Williams and Tatiana Crawford, Tulalip
Cradle Board Making
Event Location: HCC Classroom 1

Maxine and Tatiana return to help participants learn the art and basics of cradle board making. Registration required with limited number of spots available. Bring your own material.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.


Photo Credit: Rhonda Elhard

Workshops


May
16th
Wednesday, May 16th | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


May
20th
Sunday, May 20th | 1:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Maxine Williams and Tatiana Crawford, Tulalip
Cradle Board Making
Event Location: HCC Classroom 1

Maxine and Tatiana return to help participants learn the art and basics of cradle board making. Registration required with limited number of spots available. Bring your own material.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.


Photo Credit: Rhonda Elhard

Workshops


May
23rd
Wednesday, May 23rd | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Culture Series


May
24th
Thursday, May 24th | 6:00 PM
CULTURE SERIES
Cary Williams, Tulalip
Flute Demonstration
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Hibulb’s own Cary Williams will demonstrate his beautiful flute playing and welcomes any flute players to join him.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


May
27th
Sunday, May 27th | 1:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Maxine Williams and Tatiana Crawford, Tulalip
Cradle Board Making
Event Location: HCC Classroom 1

Maxine and Tatiana return to help participants learn the art and basics of cradle board making. Registration required with limited number of spots available. Bring your own material.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.


Photo Credit: Rhonda Elhard

Workshops


May
30th
Wednesday, May 30th | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


Jun.
2nd
Saturday, Jun. 2nd | 2:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
Crafts for Children
Event Location: HCC Canoe Hall

HCC will have craft projects available to demonstrate and share with youth on Saturday afternoons, a different craft each Saturday. Fun activities for creative minds.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Jun.
6th
Wednesday, Jun. 6th | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Culture Series


Jun.
6th
Wednesday, Jun. 6th | 6:00 PM
CULTURE SERIES
Beading Demonstration and Instruction
Allen Pinkham, Jr., Nez Perce
Event Location: HCC Classroom 1

Allen Pinkham, Jr., will demonstrate his beautiful art and will provide instruction to folks from beginning to advanced skills with beading designs on material.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Jun.
7th
Thursday, Jun. 7th | 10:00 AM
WORKSHOPS
Native Art Mart
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

A bazaar with Native American handmade art and crafts will be available. Admission fees apply. (Registration and applicable fees required for vendors. Limited space available.)

This event is free on June 7th as admission is free on the first Thursday of the month. The event is included in the cost of admission on June 9th.

Poetry Series


Jun.
7th
Thursday, Jun. 7th | 6:00 PM
POETRY SERIES
Melanie Kreiger and Students of Marysville Getchell International School of Communications
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Marysville Getchell Writing for Publications Club and their poetry, followed by open mic poetry.


Scheduled to appear. This event is free since held on the first Thursday of the month.

Workshops


Jun.
9th
Saturday, Jun. 9th | 12:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Native Art Mart
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

A bazaar with Native American handmade art and crafts will be available. Admission fees apply. (Registration and applicable fees required for vendors. Limited space available.)

This event is free on June 7th as admission is free on the first Thursday of the month. The event is included in the cost of admission on June 9th.

Workshops


Jun.
10th
Sunday, Jun. 10th | 12:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Quilting Class
Sandra Swanson, Tulalip Elder
Event Location: HCC Classroom 1

Tribal elder Sandra Swanson shares her quilting expertise with a block of the month project. Some experience required. Bring your own fabric.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Jun.
13th
Wednesday, Jun. 13th | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Lecture Series


Jun.
16th
Saturday, Jun. 16th | 1:00 PM
LECTURE SERIES
Discuss Tulalip Life and Times
Pete Henry - Tulalip Elder
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Tulalip Elder and Veteran Pete Henry will reminisce about the life and times in Tulalip.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


Jun.
16th
Saturday, Jun. 16th | 2:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
Crafts for Children
Event Location: HCC Canoe Hall

HCC will have craft projects available to demonstrate and share with youth on Saturday afternoons, a different craft each Saturday. Fun activities for creative minds.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Jun.
20th
Wednesday, Jun. 20th | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Jun.
23rd
Saturday, Jun. 23rd | 1:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Cedar Woven Bracelets
Jamie Sheldon - Tulalip Weaver
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Create a fun and beautiful bracelet as you learn to weave with Jamie Sheldon. $20 kit fee to artist

Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Jun.
24th
Sunday, Jun. 24th | 12:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Quilting Class
Sandra Swanson, Tulalip Elder
Event Location: HCC Classroom 1

Tribal elder Sandra Swanson shares her quilting expertise with a block of the month project. Some experience required. Bring your own fabric.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Jun.
27th
Wednesday, Jun. 27th | 5:00 PM
WORKSHOPS
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art.
Cedar kits are available for purchase.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


Jun.
28th
Thursday, Jun. 28th | 6:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
HCC COASTAL JAM
Event Location: Hibulb Longhouse

Join us at Hibulb for singing and dancing Coastal style. All singers and drummers welcome.

This event is free.

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