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This is Lenapehoking: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
in partnership with the Morris Arboretum
Lecturer: Adam Waterbear DePaul, Tribal Council Member; Storykeeper of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania.
Drum Performance: The Itchy Dog Singers and Chuck GentleMoon, Chief of
Ceremonies of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania
The Morris Arboretum and Woodmere Art Museum share a
location in Northwest Philadelphia on the traditional land of the Lenape people. In recognition of this history of our land and in celebration of Native American Heritage Month, Adam DePaul, storykeeper of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania, will share stories of the Lenape and their relationship to the land–past, present, and looking into the future.
The evening will begin with a tribal drum performance led by Chief of Ceremonies Chuck GentleMoon DeMund and the Itchy Dog Singers, a group within the Lenape Nation.
At: Woodmere Art Museum
$25 ($20 members) | 7 pm | Click here to register through the Morris Arboretum
Please note: Woodmere members who are not also Arboretum members can use the code ‘WOODMERE’ to receive the member price.