Chumash Storytelling with Alan Salazar, part of the Spirit Hawk Eye: Native American Cultural Season
July 18, 2015 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Alan Salazar is an educator, visionary, and spiritual advisor of Chumash and Tataviam native American descendent. Join Alan to find out about the Chumash people of California, including traditional tales, songs, and music, with plenty of time to ask questions!
Part of the Native American Cultural Season, associated with the Spirit Hawk Eye exhibition. Thanks to Heidi Laughton and our supporters for their donations to last year’s Annual Appeal, which have made these events possible.
Suitable for adults and children of all ages. Included with gardens only admission.
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