Upcoming 2020 Events & Visits 

Check out where I'm scheduled to be for readings, school visits and more.  To book a visit, please drop me a line by going to the contact information listed under the About Me page on this site.  I'll  get back to you as soon as I'm able.

48th Annual Dartmouth Powwow

The Dartmouth College Powwow Committee invites you to attend the 48th Annual Dartmouth College Powwow

Mothers' Day Weekend

Saturday, May 9th & Sunday, May 10th

starting at noon  on the Green 

(Rain location TBD)

   The Dartmouth Powwow serves as an opportunity for members of both the Dartmouth and Upper Valley communities to observe, participate, and learn from a broad representation of Native American dances, music, arts & crafts

Mitákuye Oyás'in!

(mee-da-ku-ye oh-wah-seh)

We are all connected!

6th Annual Strawberry Festival

hosted by the New London Recreation Department 

Come join the fun on Saturday, June 20th 10 am - 3pm

Town Green, New London, NH

Vendors with crafts, food, jewelry & much more!

(I'll be signing my latest book!)

Live music all day on different stages.

Hot Food & Cold Drinks

and LOTS of Shortcake & local strawberries!

For more info, contact the New London Recreation Department in New London, NH by visiting their website at: nl-nh.com

7th Annual Pocumtuck Homelands Festival

Unity Park Riverfront, 1st Street, Turner Falls, Massachusetts (Great Falls Discovery Center, 2 Avenue A, if the park is too wet)

 

Join us for the 7th Annual Pocumtuck Homelands Festival when it returns to Unity Park  this August (dates to be announced). I'll be signing copies of my newest book.  Stop by and say "hey!"

This annual 2-day event, hosted by the Nolembeka Project, serves as a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of Native Americans/American Indians of New England through educational programs, art, history, music, heritage seed preservation and cultural events.

Past performers & events have included the Kingfisher Singers, Hawk Henries, Joseph and Jesse Bruchac, Lee "Mixashawn" Rozie, Kerri Helme, children's activities, the carving of a dugout canoe by a team from the Aquinnah Wampanoag, educators, authors, archaeologists, ceremonial stone expert, demonstration of primitive skills, Native American food vendors...

Donations appreciated.

For more information, visit them at: nolumbekaproject@gmail.com.

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