(Photo of an Ojibwa Native American Indian brave known as Arrowmaker, 1903)
Go to www.cmnh.org for cost and registration. These programs offer adventures in natural history, science, health and ecology one Saturday each month. Each session is an age-appropriate in-depth exploration of a different topic. These classes make science exciting and understandable through activities, crafts, specimens and the Museum’s wonderful galleries. Members $18/Saturday Nonmembers $22/Saturday Limit 25
Saturday Dec 10 10 AM to Noon: Native Americans, instructor Mark Clicker This program will explore Native American people living in three geographic areas: the Great Plains, the Arctic and the Eastern Woodlands. Find out about the foods, tools, weapons, houses and clothing these people used and what they did for fun and games. Make a take-home craft from each area.