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Lelooska Foundation & Cultural Center

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Lelooska Museum

Open on Program, Performance and Event Dates and Saturdays, Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend 11-3.

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School Living History Programs

Field Trips for Schools on weekday mornings every Fall and Spring

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Saturday Living History Performances

Masks, Dances and Stories presented on select Saturdays each Spring and Fall

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Fall News, Events & More!

The Lelooska Foundation’s latest newsletter is now available. Click here to see information on upcoming classes, performances, and events!

Spring 2019 Booklet

The Lelooska Foundation’s Spring 2019 newsletter is now available. Click here to see information on upcoming classes, performances, and events.

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Our native plants are waking up from winter! Here is a peak at our flowering red currant as it’s starting to emerge. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our native plants are waking up from winter! Here is a peak at our flowering red currant as it’s starting to emerge.

Thank you to Chris Hinkle and Chuck Eastvedt for their hard work today making great improvements to the Gathering Hall! Thank you to the Port of Woodland for making this project possible through their CCDP Grants Program! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Chris Hinkle and Chuck Eastvedt for their hard work today making great improvements to the Gathering Hall! Thank you to the Port of Woodland for making this project possible through their CCDP Grants Program! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Chris Hinkle and Chuck Eastvedt for their hard work today making great improvements to the Gathering Hall! Thank you to the Port of Woodland for making this project possible through their CCDP Grants Program!

We are so grateful for the donation of western red cedar logs by Dan & Sherie Weisser. These logs will will be used to make some of the boards needed for our ceremonial house restoration project. We had a great group of volunteers this morning! Thank you to Ray Stone for the use of your truck and Eric Reese for the use of your tractor. We are excited to see this project move forward! ... See MoreSee Less

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Way to go Sherie Weisser!

Awesome!!!!

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We are so grateful for our volunteers braving the weather keeping our grounds picked up! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

We are so grateful for our volunteers braving the weather keeping our grounds picked up!

Chief James Aul Sewid, Daisy Sewid-Smith, Flora Sewid, Louisa Assu & Dora Sewid Cook at a Potlatch in the ceremonial house in Ariel, Washington, c1987. The walls of the big house hold the history and teachings of our elders. ... See MoreSee Less

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Chief James Aul Sewid, Daisy Sewid-Smith, Flora Sewid, Louisa Assu & Dora Sewid Cook at a Potlatch in the ceremonial house in Ariel, Washington, c1987. The walls of the big house hold the history and teachings of our elders.

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I was privileged to meet Chief Sewid.

Jordan Geis

A behind the scenes look, as Lelooska's great nephew practices the Crooked Beak of Heaven. This is one of the three supernatural guardian birds. This mask was carved in 2017 by Tsungani with the generous support of the Optimist Club of NE Portland. In the coming year a Raven will be completing this group of masks. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

A behind the scenes look, as Lelooskas great nephew practices the Crooked Beak of Heaven. This is one of the three supernatural guardian birds. This mask was carved in 2017 by Tsungani with the generous support of the Optimist Club of NE Portland. In the coming year a Raven will be completing this group of masks.

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Beautiful.

Wow!😯

Although most often presented as an educational program, these masks and dances are the culmination of years of practicing and learning, as each generation passes down these hereditary rights and privileges. This image captures Lelooska's great niece, during a practice with her mother, aunt and grandfather as she deepens her understanding of Echo. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Although most often presented as an educational program, these masks and dances are the culmination of years of practicing and learning, as each generation passes down these hereditary rights and privileges. This image captures Lelooskas great niece, during a practice with her mother, aunt and grandfather as she deepens her understanding of Echo.

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