Date: Saturday March 19th, 2022
Time: 10am – 11:30am
Ages: 8+ Years
Limited capacity – Registration required
Details: Make a wooden paddle rattle using wooden pre-cut wood and copper beads. Gluing is required to assemble the rattle. If time allows, you will also have the opportunity to paint your rattle. Pacific Northwest Coast First Nations rattles or shakers are an instrument that is used in ceremonies, community songs or gifted to newborn babies to repel bad spirits. All Nations used the rattle in one form or another, as simple as a handful of stones shaken in ones hands to the more intricately adorned rattles that are used by many Nations.
Included: All guests will meet the Cultural Ambassador at the top of the hour and hear a welcome song, then watch a short film and take a brief guided tour of the museum. Materials to create the craft are included, along with admission to the exhibits, and 10% off in the gift shop.
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Saturday March 19th, from 3pm to 5pm