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Creative Visions: Three Sisters Garden

The Museum of Native American History (MONAH) is proud to present our own Kelli McCain Nixon (Quapaw) and Macey Henley (Cherokee) for another installment of Creative Visions to be held Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 5:30 PM. Join us as we explore the Cherokee tale of the Three Sisters Garden and learn how to grow your own for tasty and nutritious meals the whole family will love! Learn the significance of the Three Sisters crops, plant gardens, learn about heirloom seeds, and study the Native methods for processing.

As a bonus, sample recipes during this full farm-to-table experience. This is an entry level gardening experience. All participants will take home the seeds for beans, squash and corn. There will be a chance to enter into a drawing to win terrific heirloom seeds to one lucky guest!

Creative Visions is a monthly series that invites Native Artists to speak on and lead workshops on modern and traditional forms of Native American Art. MONAH seeks to preserve and spread historical traditions by bringing them into a modern view and experience. By surrounding participants with historical art and artifacts, they will be invited into opportunities to cultivate understanding, respect, and increased awareness of cultural context by a hands-on exploration of Native Art.

Creative Visions is open to anyone ages 14 and older. Participants must register for free online through the MONAH website or by calling the museum. Attendance will be taken at the door prior to entering the event space.

Creative Visions: Three Sisters Garden