October 17: Candle Making
Staying home? Enjoy fun, educational, downloadable activities:
Pick up a brochure at the Visitors Center and follow the markers around a 1/2 mile loop trail.
Exhibits include Seasons of the Salish, Lewis & Clark Expedition Replicas, Native American bead work and hand crafts, The Main Street depicting frontier life, and more.
Continuity in a Time of Upheaval: Online at 2 pm
Tony Incashola (Director, Séliš-Ql̓ispé Culture Committee) and Thompson Smith (Coordinator, Tribal History and Ethnogeography Projects) Zoom presentation about the changes taking place in Séliš life in the 1700s, and how those affected the tribe into the next century. Click here for a video of this presentation.
Handwriting the Constitution
What does the U.S. Constitution actually say? On January 20, 2017, artist Morgan O’Hara took a pen and paper to the New York Public Library and began to write her own copy of the document in long hand. Since then, more than 2,000 individuals have joined in the project. Now, you can too. Pick up a packet in the Visitor Center, including pen, colored pencils, paper, and a copy of the Constitution & Bill of Rights, or the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People. Find a quiet spot in the park, at a picnic table or in the cottonwood trees, where you can copy out a portion of these documents. Leave your handwritten pages for display in the Visitor Center or take them home.
Corpse of Discovery Halloween Happening from 2 - 6 pm
Looking for a fun, safe alternative to trick or treating this Halloween? Kiddos can pick up a passport to collect Spooky Stamps at a variety of activity stations throughout the park. Fill your passport with stamps to receive a prepackaged treat bag including stickers, pencil puzzles, and of course, candy! Participation is limited to 50 people at a time so registration is required! Sign up here!
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