Join us for a fun open house examining Native Americans in West Michigan.We will be looking at some of the activities they would have done in the winter, and you will get a chance to make and take your own game pieces for a game called pugasaing. Visitors will also get a chance to learn how to finger weaver, and get up close to some artifacts from the museum’s collection.
This program is in conjunction with other programming that goes with this year’s Great Michigan Read book, Fire Keepers Daughter by Angeline Boulley. Be sure to come down and pick up information about the rest of the programs for the Great Michigan Read.
This event is free for museum members and Muskegon County residents and is $5 for out-of-county visitors.
Funding for these programs has been provided by the Michigan Arts and Culture Council and National Endowment of the Arts.