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Singing Bird and the Importance of Native American Women in Illinois History


Singing Bird and the Importance of Native American Women in Illinois History

Thursday, August 01

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

All Ages

This event requires registration.

Registration is open.

Registration closes at 12 am CST the day of the program.

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Available seats: 99

Adult Supervision is Required


In this interactive experience, Kim Sigafus will bring items for audience members to explore, learn more about and have the chance to handle. Participants will learn Native language and music and get the chance to play the drum. Dressed in her native regalia, Kim will continue the program by giving the history of Natives in Illinois with a focus on Native women’s day-to day lives and how they affected the history of the area.

FREE. Registration required.

Enjoy free programs every first and third Thursday evening at the Dunn Museum. Engage in hands-on programs, and expand your curiosity.

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Guest Speaker

Sarah Salto

Dunn Museum 1899 West Winchester Road
Libertyville, IL, 60048

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