Abenaki 101 is our most popular program because it was developed for audiences with little to no knowledge about Abenaki history and culture. The program highlights cultural traditions, tenets, and resiliency. It answers foundational questions such as, who are the Abenaki? Where do they live? This flexible program can be adapted from a 1-hour overview or to a multipart series and it be adapted for any age level.
Audience: 4th grade through adult
When: Mutually agreed upon time
Location: In-person at your venue
Verbal Description of Artwork by Francine Poitras Jones: Color painting of a historic Abenaki village, illustrating bark homes, pond, and food cooking on a fire.