Native New York

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October 5 – 7 & October 11-14
9:30-11:25 am and 11:25 am-1:20 pm daily

Fees: $7.00/ student (member schools); $8.00/ student (non-member schools)

Native New York celebrates Native American history and culture with a focus on the northeastern woodland nations.  Students learn about food, shelter, storytelling and community structure through interactive and hands-on sessions.   

Native New York is designed to meet the needs of teachers and students in their study of social studies in grades 2-8.  This program is especially appropriate for grades 4 and 7 with their study of local and New York State history.  The program celebrates Native American history and culture, with focus on the northeastern woodland nations.  The program includes Native American storytelling and hands-on stations.

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