Next up is the Spring Garden Tour at the WP Stewart Estate on June 2 and 9, with a basket demonstration at the gardens by Sarah Sockbeson on June 2nd. Shortly after is a birch bark canoe lecture by David Moses Bridges, Passamaquoddy, from 7:00 - 8:30 PM on Thursday, June 14.
Wabanaki Tales, Contemporary Setting, in Debut Play in the Bangor Daily News
Goodbye "Redskins": Maine is Free of Offensive Names in High Schools in Indian Country Today
Film Places the "Invisible" Front and Center in Fenceviewer
Maine Maliseet Rep Seeks new Office where Vote Counts in MPBN
Penobscot Author Publishes Children's Book about Baskets, Culture, Family in the Bangor Daily News. Kunu's Basket by Lee DeCora Francis, this wonderful new book, is now available in the Abbe Shop!
Abbe Hosts Panel Talk on Emotional Politics in Fenceviewer
Estate's Extensive Gardens Open for Tour in Fenceviewer
Exhibit at the Boston Children's Museum Native Voices: New England Tribal Families
Exhibit at the Hudson Museum Transcending Traditions: The Next Generation and Maine Indian Basketry on exhibit through May 2012 before traveling to the Abbe Museum.
Next Up: The Native American Festival and Basketmakers Market in Bar Harbor on July 7th
Tribes of the Dawn Land Cultural and Heritage Days for 2012