The Suquamish Museum 50-seat Education and Presentation Auditorium is equipped with an 80” flat screen TV, compatible with modern methods of computer and projection generated programming. Public lectures, documentary screenings, demonstrations and activity based workshops will use the room as a regular part of Museum programming in the coming months. Public and private school and tour groups will also benefit from this space as a way to augment museum learning with hands on activities and added content presentations. The Museum education program will also expand over the coming months to incorporate learning opportunities at other culturally significant sites on the Port Madison Reservation, including Old Man House Park, the gravesite of Chief Seattle, and elsewhere.
Upcoming Workshops . . .
Salt & Pepper Shaker Cedar Holders
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Register by Friday, September 19 to learn from Suquamish weaver, Denita Santos, who will teach a cedar weaving workshop in the Museum's Lawerence Webster Education Auditorium on Saturday, September 27, 12 to 4 pm. The cost for the Workshop with the cedar kit provided is $50, due at registration. Class limited to 8 participants ~ beginners welcome ~ register early!
For more information call or e-mail, Barbara Lawrence Piecuch at 360-394-8499 or Joey Holmes at 360-394-8693. See contacts page for e-mail links. VISA, MasterCard & Discover accepted over the telephone.