Native American Heritage Month

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with history and cultural events for all ages at the library. We'll learn about the indigenous people of North America during Indigenous Tales, create your very own weaving project inspired by Native American designs and weaving styles and more!

 

Authors of Native American heritage

Upcoming Events

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Wednesday
November
30
10:30​am
Event Categories: Storytime; Games & Activities
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, learn about the indigenous people of North America. Appreciate their cultures through stories, songs, games & crafts. Recommended for ages 3-5.
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Wednesday
November
30
3:30​pm
Learn about Julie Flett, a Cree-Metis author and illustrator, whose art champions intergenerational bonds. Then create artwork reflecting your family. Recommended for families with children 5 and up.
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Registration Required
Wednesday
November
30
4:00​pm
(West Oaks - Sarchet Community Room)
Learn to make and break codes while exploring the fascinating history of the Navajo Code Talkers from World War II! Recommended for families with kids ages 6-12.
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Native American Heritage Month 2022 Challenge for Adults

November 1–30

Log your reading, book reviews and activities throughout the month to earn badges on Beanstack! Click here to get started. 

Native Americans: History and Culture of Florida Tribes

Explore Florida's first people and their heritage through audio and video, recommended readings and more! Click here to browse.