Visit Irvine’s Native American Educational Site to learn more about Maryland’s first people. Learn about pre-colonial culture of the Eastern Woodland Indians with hands-on activities and demonstrations of traditional skills while exploring the longhouse and wigwams. Grind corn, throw an atlatl, try your hand at starting a friction fire, make cordage, a buckskin bracelet and more. American Indians have made, and continue to make, lasting contributions to our nation in every arena. Help celebrate their achievements and learn about just some of their history in Maryland.
Please note: Irvine’s Native American Educational Site is a 15-minute walk from the parking lot. Guided hikes to the site will be provided at 10:15, 11:30, and 1pm but the route will also be clearly marked for self-guided access. For those with limited mobility, transportation to the site can be arranged with advance notice. This program is intended for all ages (best for 6+).
Instructor: Irvine’s Environmental Educators
Sunday, November 5th
Cost: $15/participant OR $40/family
Ticket prices include a donation to the Baltimore American Indian Center.
Limited space, pre-registration encouraged. Walk-ups welcome, if space allows.
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