'Birth of Nanabosho’ to be read at museum on July 27

Louanna Welty, a Grand Haven resident and museum volunteer, will be reading the Native American story "The Birth of Nanabosho' as part of the Tri-Cities Historical Museum's "Our Woodland Ways' program on Wednesday, July 27. The 10 a.m. program will take place at the museum's Akeley location, 200 Washington Ave. in downtown Grand Haven. This free program does not require advanced registration. For more information, call 842-0700.
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Jul 15, 2011

 

Louanna Welty, a Grand Haven resident and museum volunteer, will be reading the Native American story “The Birth of Nanabosho” as part of the Tri-Cities Historical Museum’s “Our Woodland Ways” program on Wednesday, July 27.

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

This free program does not require advanced registration. For more information, call 842-0700.

 

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