Native American Dream Catcher and Cultural Discovery Sharing (Age 12+ and Adults)

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Nakoma Volkman will share his Native American culture, answer questions, do story telling, dance and sing, plus share his amazing artwork in the afternoon from 1-3 pm.

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His wife, Kati, is an artist and for this class, she will share the history and how to make Native American dream catchers from scratch. Each student will learn to assemble their own Native American Dream Catcher with wood hoop, sinew, beeds and a feather. The meaning of the Dream Catcher will be explained. Besides instructor teaching and helping, parents are also invited to help. Sign up for this whole event from 10 am-3 pm with a lunch break from 12-1. Bring a sack lunch, tour the ranch and meet the critters!

 

Children 15 and under receive a 25% Tuition Discount when attending with an adult.

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*Students age 12-15 must be accompanied by an adult.

CI 1002, Saturday, July 25, 10 am-3 pm | Instructor: Kati and Nakoma Volkman |  Location: Workshop/Cabin | Tuition: $30 + Materials: $9 = $39

CI 1002C–Discount tuition (25% off) available for students 12-15: $22.50 + materials: $9 = $31.50

If you would like to Register for this class-online using Pay Pal, Select either of the blue button options.

CI 1002 Pay Pal adult option (16+): Tuition: $30 + Materials: $9 = $39.00

 

CI 1002C Pay Pal child option (15 and under): Tutition: $22.50 + Materials: $9 = $31.50

If you would like to Register by Mail with a check press the Green button.