Date(s) - 06/30/2018
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum
Did you know that a number of Franco-Americans have Native American ancestors? Explore that part of your family’s history on Saturday, June 30, 2018 at 10:00am at the Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum (MKIM).
Join FAC and MKIM Trustee Jo-Ann Bélanger as she brings you through the Indian Museum and explains the different exhibits and history of some of the hundreds of Native nations and tribes represented in the Museum. After, feel free to walk the Medicine Woods and explore how the Native peoples used – and STILL use, some of the things growing there or drive to the bottom of the hill and treat yourself to coffee or lunch in one of the coffee shops and restaurants in beautiful and friendly, downtown Warner.
Jo-Ann Bélanger is a certified teacher in both New Hampshire and Maine. She attended Plymouth State University, University of New England, and First Nations University in Saskatchewan Canada where she majored in Indian Studies, Honours program. She was a MKIM Museum Educator and has many commendations for her tours – including one on TripAdvisor. She is delighted to be able to offer her services as a volunteer to the Franco-American Centre to have an informative tour and a fun day.
For more information:
Email [email protected] or register by June 27, 2018. Cost is
- $9.00 per adult $8 for seniors/students,
- $7 per child (6-12)
- Free for children under 6 years
- Registration closes Wednesday, June 27th at 5pm.
Registration includes admission to the museum and private guided tour.
Due to scheduling requirements, there are no refunds for this special group tour. Tickets may be transferred to other individuals without penalty