Talk: Chumash History and Maritime Legacy, part of the Spirit Hawk Eye: Native American Cultural Season
July 21, 2015 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join Alan Salazar, Chumash educator, for a fascinating talk about Chumash and Tataviam history, and the quest to build and sail a traditional Chumash ocean canoe from the California mainland to Santa Cruz Island, for the first time in 160 years.
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.
£7 (£5 Museum members) To register, phone 01225 820866 or use our contact form.
All participants must register to take part in courses, workshops, talks, and some children’s workshops.
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