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The Nolumbeka Project presents: River Stories—An Evening Talk 7:30 pm
The Nolumbeka Project presents: River Stories—An Evening Talk @ Great Falls Discovery Center
May 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Nolumbeka Project presents: River Stories—An Evening Talk Authors Lisa Brooks (Our Beloved Kin) and Christine DeLucia (Memory Lands) will speak to the diverse intersecting histories and memories of Kwinitekw, the long river, also known as the Connecticut River, and the Great River. Co-sponsored by DCR, the Friends of the Center, and the Nolumbeka Project.  
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A Day of Remembrance of the Great Falls Massacre of 1676 10:00 am
A Day of Remembrance of the Great Falls Massacre of 1676 @ Great Falls Discovery Center
May 19 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
A Day of Remembrance of the Great Falls Massacre of 1676 10 am in the Great Hall: History, Archaeology, and Healing at the Falls 12 pm: Gathering outside, Lighting of the Fire, Invocation, Opening Words 1 pm: Keynote speaker Doug Harris, How the Work of a Ceremonial Preservationist Evolves with additional sharing and conversations after the talk. Co-sponsored by the Nolumbeka Project, DCR and Jaime and Senani Babson.  
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Let the Landscape Speak 11:00 am
Let the Landscape Speak @ Great Falls Discovery Center
May 20 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Let the Landscape Speak The indigenous ceremonial stone landscape is of cultural significance to the tribes of the northeast. Sponsored by the Montague Cultural Council, Doug Harris, Deputy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic Preservation Office, explains why these ceremonial features should be preserved, and how you might help protect this important landscape.  
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