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Kaya Day

  • Date(s):  January 26, 2013
  • Time:  10:00 AM – 4:00 PM




Bring your doll and join us for storytelling, games and activities inspired by Kaya. Meet Teresa Webb (Potawatomi) and hear about Native American culture through stories and songs, accompanied by flute, drum and rattle. Meet Miami artists Katrina Mitten (beadwork) and Patria Smith (gourd art) and learn about similarities and differences between the Nez Perce and Miami cultures. Play games, make art and enter for a chance to win your very own Kaya, American Girl doll.
 
All activities are free with general museum admission. Doll not required. Most activities will be enjoyed by both boys and girls.


4 Comments

  1. 4 Scott Black 24 Jan
    For Kaya Day, will my daughter need to be there the entire time from 10 until 4 PM?   Or, are there reoccurring activities?

    We have tow other children with other activities that day is why I'm asking.  
    Thanks,

    Scott Black
  2. 3 Alisa 24 Jan
    Scott - The Kaya Day activities will be ongoing throughout the day, so you can come and go as you please. The Kaya doll drawing will take place at 3:30 p.m., so you'll want to be here before then to put in your ballot. You need not be present to win the doll.
  3. 2 Ann 25 Jan
    Can you give a schedule of events such as when is story telling and ?songs with Theresa(Potowama). Can you do crafts and take them home?
  4. 1 Alisa 26 Jan
    Art making activities (stick dice game, beaded bracelets, paper parfleches, and decorating a gourd) will take place from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Each of these activities can be taken home. At 1 p.m., artist Katrina Mitten (Miami) will talk about the differences between her culture and Kaya's Nez Perce culture. At 3 p.m. Teresa Webb (Potawatomi) will tell a story and lead a community round dance. The doll drawing will take place at 3:30 p.m. 

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