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May 2015 Newsletter

The Lelooska Foundation’s May Newsletter is now available. Click here to view the newsletter in a new window. Please subscribe to our mailing list if you would like to have these updates emailed to you.

Spring and Summer 2015 Events Flyer

The Spring and Summer 2015 events flyer, listing Lelooska Foundation Living History Performances and Events, is now online.  Take a look, and make a plan to come visit!

April 2015 Newsletter

The Lelooska Foundation’s April Newsletter is now available. Click here to view the newsletter in a new window. Please subscribe to our mailing list if you would like to have these updates emailed to you.

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Today we welcomed Felida Elementary School from Vancouver, WA and Dorothy Fox Elementary from Camas, WA! ... See MoreSee Less

Today we welcomed La Center Elementary from La Center, WA, and Sacajawea Elementary from Vancouver, WA! ... See MoreSee Less

Today we welcomed Hazel Dell Elementary from Vancouver, WA, Lacamas Heights Elementary from Camas, WA, and CAM Academy from Battle Ground, WA! ... See MoreSee Less

Register now for hands on fun at our upcoming Girl Scout Day! ... See MoreSee Less

Come join us on Saturday, June 6th for Girl Scout Day at the Lelooska Cultural Center! Explore the Lelooska Museum and immerse yourself in Native American Cultures. Visit a fur trade camp outside our museum. Learn about life in the fur trade including the use of the parflesche. View the rawhide parflesches in our collection and try your hand at painting a rawhide disk with pigment paints. Color and fold your own paper parflesche to take home. Discover how to communicate simple phrases without talking using trade sign language. Learn some of the skills needed to track animals and identify their tracks. Experience the museum and find art and artifacts from many different Native Peoples across North America with the Museum Hunt Activity. Explore the Native Plants of the Pacific Northwest on our grounds. All ages of girls may attend and participate. Each girl will receive a passport when they check in at the museum desk to fill during their visit. At the end of their stay they will bring it back to the museum desk to receive their patch! Details The registration deadline is June 4th or when full. Siblings may attend but must register and pay the materials fee. Adults are welcome to participate or only chaperone. All participants, adult or child, are charged a $10 materials fee which includes your passport and a patch (or $7 without patch)! Register by submitting the online form here: lelooska.org/girl-scout-day/ Or by calling 360-225-9522. Please list all participants, including siblings and any participants that are not Girl Scouts. Be careful to calculate the total materials fee correctly and, if you choose to pay online, be sure to click on the Payment button below after submitting the form. For more information see the flyer here: lelooska.org/WP/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/GSWW-Flyer-2015.pdf

Girl Scout Day

June 6, 2015, 11:00am

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center

Come join us on Saturday, June 6th for Girl Scout Day at the Lelooska Cultural Center! Explore the Lelooska Museum and immerse yourself in Native American Cultures. Visit a fur trade camp outside our museum. Learn about life in the fur trade including the use of the parflesche. View the rawhide parflesches in our collection and try your hand at painting a rawhide disk with pigment paints. Color and fold your own paper parflesche to take home. Discover how to communicate simple phrases without talking using trade sign language. Learn some of the skills needed to track animals and identify their tracks. Experience the museum and find art and artifacts from many different Native Peoples across North America with the Museum Hunt Activity. Explore the Native Plants of the Pacific Northwest on our grounds. All ages of girls may attend and participate. Each girl will receive a passport when they check in at the museum desk to fill during their visit. At the end of their stay they will bring it back to the museum desk to receive their patch! Details The registration deadline is June 4th or when full. Siblings may attend but must register and pay the materials fee. Adults are welcome to participate or only chaperone. All participants, adult or child, are charged a $10 materials fee which includes your passport and a patch (or $7 without patch)! Register by submitting the online form here: lelooska.org/girl-scout-day/ Or by calling 360-225-9522. Please list all participants, including siblings and any participants that are not Girl Scouts. Be careful to calculate the total materials fee correctly and, if you choose to pay online, be sure to click on the Payment button below after submitting the form. For more information see the flyer here: lelooska.org/WP/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/GSWW-Flyer-2015.pdf

Today we welcomed Fishers Landing Elementary and Crestline Elementary both from Vancouver, WA! ... See MoreSee Less

Today we welcomed Napavine Elementary from Napavine, WA, and Olympic Elementary from Longview, WA! ... See MoreSee Less

Girl Scout Beaded Earring Class last Saturday was lots of fun! ... See MoreSee Less

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center created an First Free Summer Saturday!. ... See MoreSee Less

Lelooska Museum Memorial Day through Labor Day Open Saturdays 11:00 am—3:00 pm Come for an hour or come for the day! Or, by appointment and on the dates of our programs. The Lelooska Museum displays an extensive collection of Native artifacts from North America. Fine examples of beadwork, quillwork, basketry and carvings are shared along with art and artifacts spanning from pre-contact through this century. POSTS

First Free Summer Saturday!

May 23, 2015, 11:00am

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center

Lelooska Museum Memorial Day through Labor Day Open Saturdays 11:00 am—3:00 pm Come for an hour or come for the day! Or, by appointment and on the dates of our programs. The Lelooska Museum displays an extensive collection of Native artifacts from North America. Fine examples of beadwork, quillwork, basketry and carvings are shared along with art and artifacts spanning from pre-contact through this century. POSTS

"Awesome, so awesome!" overheard from several 3rd graders this morning at the end of the school program. ... See MoreSee Less

Today we welcomed Byrom Elementary from Tualatin, OR, Village Home Education Resource Center from Beaverton, OR and Ardenwald Elementary from Milwaukie, OR! ... See MoreSee Less

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