Sunday, May 18, the annual Day of Remembrance of the Great Falls Massacre, 338 years ago on May 19, will take place. This will be at the Great Falls Discovery Center, 2 Ave. A, in Turners Falls from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nolumbeka Project president Joe Graveline and Strong Oak will begin the program with a ceremony. Pat Allen, Nolumbeka Project Board member and former Montague selectboard member, will reflect on the Reconciliation Ceremony between Turners Falls and the Narragansetts 10 years ago, on May 19, 2004, of which she was a part. We will show two short videos, “Quinnetukeut: Life in the Woodlands” and Steve Alves’ “Journey to Wissatinnewag”. This will be followed by time for discussion of current issues and needs. At the end, people are invited to join a walking tour of the Wissatinnewag property. Please dress appropriately. We will be selling soups and seek a few people to help by baking desserts. If you can help with this, please contact us at nolumbekaproject.org. Also, please share this post with your friends. We hope to see you there. The etching shown, in case hard to read, is the Great Falls as pictured in Barber’s book in the 1880s.