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Storytelling
Lecture Series
Culture Series
Poetry Series
Film Series
Community
Workshops
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Workshops


Apr.
24th
Wednesday, Apr. 24th | 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.
25th
Thursday, Apr. 25th | 6:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
HCC Flute Circle
Cary Williams, HCC Museum Assistant
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.

Community


Apr.
27th
Saturday, Apr. 27th | 2:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
Crafts with Cary
Cary Williams
Event Location: 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.

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

Workshops


May
1st
Wednesday, May 1st | 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.

Poetry Series


May
2nd
Thursday, May 2nd | 6:00 PM
POETRY SERIES
Michael Dylan Welch, President, Redmond Association of Spokenword
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Michael, whose books include Jumble Box: Haiku and Senryu from National Haiku Writing Month and Earthsigns, has published poetry, essays, and reviews in hundreds of journals and anthologies in more than twenty languages, and he has numerous books published.


This event is free on May 2nd as admission is free on the first Thursday of the month. Scheduled to appear.

Workshops


May
8th
Wednesday, May 8th | 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
11th
Saturday, May 11th | 1:00 PM
CULTURE SERIES
cəlacaɬ syayus, Fifth Work
Monique Jones, Tulalip Artist
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Learn to make colorful summer bracelet out of threads or yarn. Fun for beginners or intermediate bracelet makers.


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

Workshops


May
15th
Wednesday, May 15th | 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


May
18th
Saturday, May 18th | 1:00 PM
LECTURE SERIES
Matthew War Bonnet, Lakota Elder
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Lakota elder Matthew War Bonnet will share some Lakota history and songs and will discuss his experience as one of the last generation required to attend boarding school, beginning at age five, and attending for eight years.


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

Workshops


May
22nd
Wednesday, May 22nd | 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.

Film Series


May
23rd
Thursday, May 23rd | 6:00 PM
FILM SERIES
Gary Stroutsos, Flute Artist, Storyteller
Ongtupqa: Hopi Music and Cultural Connections to Grand Canyon
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Gary Stroutsos and renowned Hopi singer Clark Tenakhongva feature ancient music recorded inside the Desert View Watchtower in Grand Canyon National Park.
www.garystroutsos.com. ongtupqa.com


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

Workshops


May
29th
Wednesday, May 29th | 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.

Workshop Series


May
30th
Thursday, May 30th | 6:00 PM
WORKSHOP SERIES
Native American Flute Lesson
Cary Williams, Tulalip
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Cary Williams will help anyone interested in learning the basics and essentials of flute playing and techniques for Native style flutes.


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

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