Family Saturday: Iroquois Animal Stories & CraftsSaturday
December 7, 2013 — 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM
Instructor: Stephanie Marie Member:5. | Non-Member:5. Walkins are Allowed | Enrollment Max: 20
PRE-REGISTRATION:$5.00/CLASS DAY REGISTRATION: $7.00 Stories are a way to tell about the world- how it came to be and why things are the way they are today. Have you ever wondered how the birds got their songs or why they look like they do today, with the bluejay in blue and the the buzzard bareheaded? You may learn what little critter created the finger lakes or why the leaves turn color each fall. The Haudenosaunee have stories passed down the generations to explain all this and more! In addition, you’ll have a chance to create an animal puppet with your family to take home in remembrance of the animal stories you hear today.