Native American Cultural Symposium- Sunday Events

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Name: Native American Cultural Symposium- Sunday Events
Date: June 4, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM CDT
Event Description:
Native American Cultural Symposium- Sunday Events The Museum of Native American History in Bentonville, Arkansas presents the debut of the Native American Cultural Symposium and Outdoor Film Series, June 2-4 2017. 9:00am-5:00pm Fulcrum Publishing Book Sale (Lobby) 1:00pm-3:00pm Writers Workshop (Great Room) Featured Presenters: Bobby Bridger is an author, musician, and winner of the John Neihardt Award, as well as a co-creator of the Symposium. Joseph Marshall III is the celebrated Rosebud Lakota author of "The Journey of Crazy Horse: The Lakota History", "Walking with Elders: The Wisdom of Lakota Grandfathers" and twelve other books. Sam Scinta is the consulting editor and former publisher at Fulcrum Publishing. (Pre-registration with the museum is suggested for this event.) 3:00pm-5:00pm Filmmaking Bootcamp with Tribal TV: Part II (Great Room) Featured Presenters: Celia Xavier & Mary Aboud See Part I on Saturday, June 3 for information on this event! 4:00pm-6:00pm DBI Presents Prairie to Table Dining with Chef Justus Moll (Lawn) -Ticketed Event Chef Justus Moll of River Grille Steakhouse will present a custom fine dining menu featuring grilled chicken, bison fry bread, three sisters succotash, sweet potato hash and more. Local craft beer, fine wine, and dessert will also be served. Ticket sales for Prairie to Table Dining benefit Downtown Bentonville Inc. For tickets visit: http://www.downtownbentonville.org/farmtotable or contact Downtown Bentonville Inc. at 479-254-0254. The Native American Cultural Symposium is sponsored by the Museum of Native American History, Downtown Bentonville Inc., Visit Bentonville, KUAF 91.3, Arkansas CW, Osiyo TV, RUNWAY-Moving Arkansas Forward, Tribal Voices, Comfort Inn, Tribal TV, Red Feather Productions, WGW Marketing, River Grille Steakhouse, Dymark Sign and Display. For more information contact the Museum of Native American History, 479-273-2456, monah202@gmail.com The Museum of Native American History is located at 202 SW O Street, Bentonville, AR 72712
Location:
The Museum of Native American History is located at 202 SW O Street, Bentonville, AR 72712
Date/Time Information:
June 4
Contact Information:
Museum of Native American History
Fees/Admission:
Events are free and open to the public except for Prairie to Table Dining which is a ticketed event. For tickets visit: http://www.downtownbentonville.org/farmtotable or contact Downtown Bentonville Inc. at 479-254-0254.
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