Tomaquag Museum invites the public to Nikommo Winter Moon Celebration

When: Saturday, December 2, 2017, 10am-2pm
Where: Tomaquag Museum, 390 A Summit Road, Exeter, RI (map below)
What: Join Tomaquag Museum for their annual Nikommo Celebration! They will be celebrating the winter moon with a special giveaway event. Nikommo is traditionally the celebration of giving. Receive free admission when you bring a gift to donate to someone in need.

They will be featuring different storytellers all day, both traditional and original work! Visit the Native Artisan Market for your holiday shopping! And join in their mini workshops to learn how to create your own gift wrap using the beautiful designs of eastern woodland basket stamping!

Museum educator Lynsea Montanari and Assistant Director Silvermoon LaRose will be running several short mini-workshops throughout the day, only $5 to participate, all materials included! Join us and kick-start your holiday season with the spirit of giving!

About Tomaquag Museum
Tomaquag Museum, a Native led non-profit, is Rhode Island’s only museum entirely dedicated to telling the story of Indigenous Peoples from a first person perspective. Established in 1958, Tomaquag serves as a cultural bridge between the past, present and future as well as a facilitator between the Indigenous communities and the diverse world.

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Map to 390 A Summit Road, Exeter