2.29.16We are excited about the third annual Native American Family Day that the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts will be co-hosting from 1 to 4 P.M., Saturday, March 12 in partnership with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. We will once again have hands-on crafts for children of all ages. Basket weaving and pinch-pot making are just some of the activities you and your family can enjoy while you are here!
There will be live Stomp Dance performances, the Pow Wow Club will perform, and Robert Thrower will once again captivate all with his amazing storytelling. Unlike last year, all crafting activities and demonstrations will take place on the back lawn of the Museum. We will be showing the movie A Place Called Poarch in the Rotunda along with images from the Faces campaign.
This event is FREE and open to the public. There will be multiple performances throughout the day and craft making activities will run throughout the afternoon. Native American Family Day will happen rain or shine, so make sure to mark your calendars now for what promises to be a great event celebrating our State’s Native American culture!
Special Events Coordinator