Weaverville Hosts a Day of Native American Art Workshops, Ceremony

What: Celebrate Native American Art Workshops, Demonstrations, Ceremony & Fun
When: Saturday, July 16, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Where: Highland Meadow, 691 Main Street, Weaverville, CA 96093
The Trinity County Arts Council & Nor-Rel-Muk Wintu Band invite you to join us for a day of art workshops, culture, and fun in historic Weaverville, California, at the Highland Meadow on Main Street. Come for the day, stay and enjoy the Joss House temple, museum, outdoor events such as white water rafting, glorious hiking, boating, and fishing, golf and 3-star dining.
    The Nor-Rel-Muk Band of the Wintu Tribe, Yurok, Wiyot & Miwok tribes, Trinity County Arts Council and Humboldt Area Foundation’s Native Culture Fund invite you to join in a day of:

    Ceremonies: Our hosts, the Nor-Rel-Muk Tribe, will prepare the ground for the Ceremonial Fire at 9 a.m., then open the event with prayer and song by spiritual Leaders Phil and Leah Harper.
    : A special display of historical artifacts will provide a glimpse into the colorful and spiritual culture of Northern Californian Native People.
    Art Workshops
    and demonstrations for children and adults including: flint knapping, beaded jewelry, basket weaving, plant walks, identify local herbal remedies, painting with fire demonstration, and more
    : Enjoy performance by the Yurok Brush and Pit River Dancers
    Storytelling, Music, Food, Games
    , and more
For details, call the Trinity County Chamber of Commerce, 800-487-4642.

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