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Great Hall Art Display: Portraits of Native People of the Valley- Photos by Sara K. Lyons, Curated by Rhonda Anderson 10:00 am
Great Hall Art Display: Portraits of Native People of the Valley- Photos by Sara K. Lyons, Curated by Rhonda Anderson @ Great Falls Discovery Center
Apr 26 @ 10:00 am – May 31 @ 4:00 pm
  This exhibit is offered as part of the Radical Interconnectedness Festival. Images from Sara’s fine art photographic series have been exhibited in group shows throughout New England. Sara teaches art, photography, and design at a public charter school and Greenfield Community College.
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Artist Reception: Vital. Vibrant. Visible. Local Indigenous Identity Through Portraiture 10:00 am
Artist Reception: Vital. Vibrant. Visible. Local Indigenous Identity Through Portraiture @ Great Falls Discovery Center
May 18 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
    Meet curator Rhonda Anderson, Iñupiaq – Athabaskan, and photographer Sara K. Lyons who worked together to reveal contemporary Indigenous community members through portraiture. “We are Vital. We are Vibrant. We are Visible,” writes Rhonda. “We are still here.” Images from Sara’s fine art photographic series have been exhibited in group shows throughout New England. Sara teaches art, photography, and design at a public charter school and Greenfield Community College.
The Nolumbeka Project Presents Annual Day of Remembrance: The 1676 massacre of Natives at the falls 1:00 pm
The Nolumbeka Project Presents Annual Day of Remembrance: The 1676 massacre of Natives at the falls @ Great Falls Discovery Center
May 18 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
    This commemoration sponsored by the Nolumbeka Project observes the 343rd anniversary of that tragedy. Meet in the Great Hall, rain or shine. Activities include a commemorative circle and sharing. Members of the Tribal and non-Tribal public are welcome. Open to all.
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Stone Prayers 7:00 pm
Stone Prayers @ Great Falls Discovery Center
May 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This presentation  features guest speaker Dr. Curtiss Hoffman, professor emeritus at Bridgewater State University, who has just released his book, Stone Prayers: Native Constructions of the Eastern Seaboard.
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