Celebrate Native American Heritage Month at the library by creating your own corn husk doll. Corn plays a major role in both food and religious aspects of Native cultures in the Americas. Corn husk dolls were made by a number of indigenous groups and is particularly associated with the eastern nations such as the Seneca and Oneida. They are still made in various Nations all over the United States.
Native American Heritage Month recognizes and celebrates the cultures, contributions, and heritage of Native Americans and is observed each year during the month of November.
Join us and make your own corn husk doll!
For Adults 18 years and up.