Cherokee Museum celebrates “Hungry Moon,” Feb. 10

Visit the Museum of the Cherokee Indian on Saturday, Feb. 10, for a day of fun cultural activities celebrating the Cherokee month of Kagali, known as the “Hungry Moon.” Activities are free of charge, sponsored by the Museum and the North Carolina Arts Council. This month’s free workshops include making a clay medallion necklace with a traditional stamped pattern, making a paper gorget, learning to shoot a blowgun, and learning traditional dances. Activities are appropriate for all ages and will be happening 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Museum members receive free admission and a discount in the Museum Store.


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