Set in the fire-lit replica of a Kwa’kwaka’wakw ceremonial house, the living history performance consists of dramatic narration and dance presentations of traditional Northwest Coast ceremonial masks. Chief Tsungani and the Lelooska Family dancers bring each mask to life with its song, dance and story. The performance is designed to give the audience an understanding of Northwest Coast First Nations culture, as well as a feeling of intimate participation in this living history. Approximately two hours in length. $12 Adults, $8 Children 12 and under.
Grounds open at 5:30pm including the Lelooska Museum.
Reservations are necessary. To reserve your tickets, please call (360) 225-9522. Please make your check payable to the Lelooska Foundation, enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope and mail promptly to confirm your reservation. Mail to: Lelooska Foundation, P.O. Box 526, Ariel, WA 98603. Your tickets will be mailed to you.
If you would prefer, feel free to call or email us to make your reservation, then click the button on the Evening Programs page to pay for your tickets via PayPal. Please make sure to note the name your reservation is under (in the “Special instructions to recipient” box on PayPal) if payment is being made by a different name. Your tickets will be held for you in will-call, which opens at 5:30pm on the performance date. We will email you a confirmation.