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#2. The first film in the 4th Annual Native American Film Series at the downtown Abbe on Thursday, October 4 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM. We will be screening The Fast Runner, which is rated R for some sexuality/nudity and violence.
#3. Book signing and basket activity for children and families with Lee DeCora Francis, Penobscot author of the recently published children's book, Kunu's Basket. This signing and activity will take place at the downtown Abbe Museum on Saturday, October 13.
#4.Tea, Popovers and Archaeology: Archaeology and Exploration in the Far North at the Jordan Pond House on Monday, October 15 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM.
Click here for more information about these programs. We hope you can join us!
There are also a number of upcoming Wabanaki events that are open to the public. The following links are a sample of some upcoming activities and recent articles that may interest you. Know of more? Feel free to post them on our Facebook page!
Penobscot Nation lawsuit could have broad effects for river communities, businesses, says attorney Read about it in the Bangor Daily News
When it rains in Acadia, take the Kids to the Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor blog posting on the blog, Our Acadia
Museum Nets $144K Grant read about it on fenceviewer
Wabanaki-Maine Panel Seeks Nominations for Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Country Today Media Network
Princeton basketmaker receives 2012 NEA National Heritage Fellowship Read about it in the Bangor Daily News. Congratulations, Molly Neptune Parker!
UNE Recognizes Maine Women of Achievement at 51st Annual Deborah Morton Awards Ceremony Read about it on RedOrbit. Congratulations, Chief Brenda Commander!
Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance Events
Annual Maine Indian Basketmakers Sale and Demonstration
Every Monday at 6:30 PM at the Maliseet Gym.