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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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