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Duwamish Revealed: Revealing Coast Salish Cultures: Journeying by Canoe and Art
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In a celebration of the Duwamish River’s First Peoples, canoe families from around the region will paddle in for a welcoming landing at Terminal 107 Park and celebration at the Duwamish Longhouse. Tribal songs, dances, storytelling, and artist demonstrations.

9/12/2015
When: 9/12/2015
12:00 PM
Where: Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center
4705 W Marginal Way SW
Seattle, Washington  98106
United States
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REVEALING COAST SALISH CULTURES / MUESTRA DE LA CULTURA DE LOS NATIVOS COAST SALISH

 

For more information, go to <A HREF="http://www.duwamishrevealed.com/event/revealing-coast-salish-cultures/">Duwamish Revealed</A>.

 

 will include area artists Bruce Pierre (Lummi), DeAnn Jacobson (Duwamish), Paul Che Oke’ Ten Wagner (Sanich, First Nations), Jason Reed Brown (Koyukon Athabascan)Jerry Laktonen (Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak), Jose Montano, Kathryn Arquette (Muckleshoot), Noelani Aure (Nooksak), Peter Boome (Upper Skagit), and Bob Charlo (Kalispel). Rick Williams (Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht Nation of British Columbia), Jimmy Price (Suquamish), and a Jamestown S’Kallam carver will be creating canoe paddles to commemorate the event. All are welcome by land or water.

Produced by Welcome to Our Native Land.
Sponsor: City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Neighborhood Matching Fund.


En una celebración de los primeros pueblos del río Duwamish, familias de canoeros de los alrededores de la región tomarán el remo en un desembarco de bienvenida de Terminal 107 Park y celebración de la Duwamish Longhouse. Canciones tribales, danzas, narraciones, y demostraciones artísticas incluirán a los artistas de la zona Bruce Pierre (Lummi), DeAnn Jacobson (Duwamish), Paul Che Oke’ Ten Wagner (Sanich, First Nations), Jason Reed Brown (Koyukon Athabascan)Jerry Laktonen (Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak), Jose Montano, Kathryn Arquette (Muckleshoot), Noelani Aure (Nooksak), Peter Boome (Upper Skagit), and Bob Charlo (Kalispel). Rick Williams (Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht Nation of British Columbia), Jimmy Price (Suquamish), y un escultor de la tribu Jamestown S’Kallam creará remos de canoa para conmemorar la ocasión. Están todos invitados, tanto por tierra como por agua.

Una producción de Welcome to Our Native Land.
Patrocinador: City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Matching Fund.

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