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Happy New Year

Happy New Year! Thank you for being part of our year. We are so grateful for each and every one of you that came to visit, volunteered your time, and donated your resources. We would not be here without you. Best wishes for a wonderful 2017! (Click below to read the letter as a PDF,…

December Newsletter

The Lelooska Foundation’s December Newsletter is now available. Click below to read the newsletter as a PDF, or read it on the web.

Believe in the Future

Lottie Stoll-Smith, Principal Dancer, Volunteer, and Daughter of Chief Tsungani, describes the impact of the Lelooska Cultural Center’s work in the letter below. Click below to read the newsletter as a PDF, or read it on the web.

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We got most of the grounds cleaned up from the recent snow storms, but there is still much more to do before the next program season starts. Please come help us at our Work Party! See our Events Page for more info. ... See MoreSee Less

Join us as we prepare our grounds for the upcoming program season! Lots of work to be done and there's a job for everybody! No experience needed! Bring work gloves or garden gloves if you can! Snacks will be provided! Please let us know if you can come so we can better plan what projects to tackle. Email us at info@lelooska.org or call 360-225-9522

4 days ago

Work Party!

March 25, 2017, 10:00am

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center

Join us as we prepare our grounds for the upcoming program season! Lots of work to be done and there's a job for everybody! No experience needed! Bring work gloves or garden gloves if you can! Snacks will be provided! Please let us know if you can come so we can better plan what projects to tackle. Email us at info@lelooska.org or call 360-225-9522

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center added an Work Party!. ... See MoreSee Less

Join us as we prepare our grounds for the upcoming program season! Lots of work to be done and there's a job for everybody! No experience needed! Bring work gloves or garden gloves if you can! Snacks will be provided! Please let us know if you can come so we can better plan what projects to tackle. Email us at info@lelooska.org or call 360-225-9522

4 days ago

Work Party!

March 25, 2017, 10:00am

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center

Join us as we prepare our grounds for the upcoming program season! Lots of work to be done and there's a job for everybody! No experience needed! Bring work gloves or garden gloves if you can! Snacks will be provided! Please let us know if you can come so we can better plan what projects to tackle. Email us at info@lelooska.org or call 360-225-9522

Thank you to our amazing volunteers Taylor McHargue-Mason and Isaac Edward for coming to our rescue today getting snow off our buildings! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Don't forget to sign up for Winter Classes! Our first is March 4th! Check out the Events page to see a full listing of all classes being offered. ... See MoreSee Less

Advance Reservations Required Call 360-225-9522 or email info@lelooska.org Cost: $45.00 Chief Tsungani takes you on a tour of the region’s varying tribal styles and history of mask making along the Northwest Coast. Tsungani will demonstrate the tools of the trade; the D-adz, elbow adz, crooked knives, straight knives, and slant blades, as well as the techniques used to create ceremonial masks, totem poles, rattles, and other wood carvings. This class will endow you with a solid theoretical understanding of Northwest woodcarving from a current master, and is intended for all levels of skill, from woodcarver to curious observer. This is the ideal opportunity to expand your knowledge of Northwest Coast art. You are welcome to bring a piece of your own for critique. Please bring a lunch.

1 week ago

NW Coast Woodcarving 1: Exploring Traditions

March 4, 2017, 10:00am

Lelooska Foundation and Cultural Center

Advance Reservations Required Call 360-225-9522 or email info@lelooska.org Cost: $45.00 Chief Tsungani takes you on a tour of the region’s varying tribal styles and history of mask making along the Northwest Coast. Tsungani will demonstrate the tools of the trade; the D-adz, elbow adz, crooked knives, straight knives, and slant blades, as well as the techniques used to create ceremonial masks, totem poles, rattles, and other wood carvings. This class will endow you with a solid theoretical understanding of Northwest woodcarving from a current master, and is intended for all levels of skill, from woodcarver to curious observer. This is the ideal opportunity to expand your knowledge of Northwest Coast art. You are welcome to bring a piece of your own for critique. Please bring a lunch.

Another beautiful, snowy day at the Lelooska Cultural Center. Be sure to look under our Events tab for upcoming Winter Classes! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Winter is sticking around! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

We had a light dusting of snow here at the Cultural Center on New Years Eve. Looks like it's going to be sticking around for a bit! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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