Native American games to be played July 20

Native American children created their own games using items from nature - rocks, sticks, strips of leather. One of their games has become quite popular - LaCrosse. At the Tri-Cities Historical Museum's "Our Woodland Ways' program on Wednesday, July 20, children will have a chance to play two different Native American games: kainsish and throw sticks. This free program will begin at 10 a.m. and take place at the museum's Akeley location, 200 Washington Ave. in downtown Grand Haven. For more information, call 842-0700.
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Jul 11, 2011

 

Native American children created their own games using items from nature — rocks, sticks, strips of leather. One of their games has become quite popular — LaCrosse.

At the Tri-Cities Historical Museum’s “Our Woodland Ways” program on Wednesday, July 20, children will have a chance to play two different Native American games: kainsish and throw sticks.

This free program will begin at 10 a.m. and take place at the museum’s Akeley location, 200 Washington Ave. in downtown Grand Haven.

For more information, call 842-0700.

 

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