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Harvest Walk - Native American Storyteller-in-Residence
Take a stroll through Edna Taylor Conservation Park with Storyteller-in-Residence Andi Cloud and listen in for an autumn harvest storytime for adults and families of all ages! Get to know the three sisters, Ho-Chunk foods found in the Wisconsin woodlands, and other Ho-Chunk foods.
Part of the Ho-Chunk Through Story: The Origin, The Wayz, and The Life residency with Ho-Chunk Nation storyteller and tribal member Andi Cloud. Visit madpl.org/storyteller for more info.
Masks are strongly encouraged at all outdoor library events for those age 2 and up.
Get to This Park
Meet at the parking lot on Femrite Drive:
Weaving A Journey / Tejiendo Un Viaje
Drop in to the Pinney Library Studio between 11-Noon today to meet Artist-in-Residence Maria Amalia Wood. Learn how to create a popsicle stick loom and weave ribbon, yarn, and cord materials to tell your story of a journey you have experienced.
Drop in - no registration necessary. Open to all ages; younger kiddos will need an adult helper.
Per order of Public Health Madison & Dane County, masks are required in all indoor spaces for those age 2 and up.