The Museum of Archaeology invites the public to a Native American Story telling event from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 24.
“We are always excited to welcome Alex for our Native American Storytelling event,” said Museum of Archaeology Director Jeff Romney.
“These stories teach our visitors about some of the cultural history of the Native Americans who once lived in the southwest.”
The family-oriented event will be outdoors around a campfire, so please dress warmly and bring a folding chair or camp stool. Hot chocolate will be served.
Alex Mares will share Coyote Stories, which are traditionally told in winter by Navajo (Diné), Pueblo and Apache tribes. He is a trained Native American storyteller and interpreter whose cultural background includes Diné, Pueblo, Jictoec and Spanish.