Meet at the campfire in front of the museum at 10 a.m. Bring a friend, join us for lunch at the museum and a tour, and enjoy the many performances listed below. Learn about the culture and living history of the indigenous people of SWFL.
Meet former representative of the Seminole tribe/and forester, now on the Tribal Court of Justice, Joe Frank and Rhonda Roff, an environmental chemist/activist with Sierra Club. Together they will lead a conversation about water quality concerns tied to climate change and the Western Everglades Restoration Project (WERP) in Big Cypress.
Join us for lunch under the chickee. There will be many food trucks. You may prefer to bring your own lunch or snack in case the food trucks run out (as happened last year)!
Learn about the culture and living history of the Seminole people. Native American performances by Native Pride. Help us kick off a new season of activities with the LWVCC DEI committee! Carpooling will be available.
Tickets are $10 and include admissions to the museum and festival, $7.50 for seniors (55+). Indicate carpool arrangements when you register.