April 7! Navajo Weaving Lecture by Linda Teller Pete

Posted by on Mar 22, 2018 in News

Art and Survival: Navajo Weaving and Stories 150 years after The Long Walk

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Navajo Master Weaver Lynda Teller Pete shares historical perspective and personal stories about how the 1863-1868 relocation to Bosque Redondo impacted the lives and art of the Navajo people. Her presentation will include photos and a weaving demonstration. Sponsored by Evergreen Mountain Area Historical Society. Instruction will be geared for adults, but children who are interested in history are welcome to attend with an adult.

Date: April 7, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Hiwan Museum
Address: 28473 Meadow Dr., Evergreen, CO 80439
Contact: Registration required. Call 720-497-7650
Cost: $10/person suggested donation

For those interested in the Denver Navajo weaving class in April, here is the Navajo Weaving Class- April 2018 Denver flyer. We will have 3 hours of weaving class time before the scheduled lecture at Hiwan Museum on Saturday: