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Oil Painting from the Aspen Wolf series
Note: The museum houses the original records and copies on microfilm. There are copies of museum archives on microfilm at the State Library in Sacramento and the Public Library in Fresno.
For listings of future events, please visit the calendar page.
Sherman Indian Museum is proud to offer Lectures and Workshops offered by Lorene Sisquoc
Sherman Indian School
On going – Talking circle, traditional teachings, Sacred Voices speaker series, Powwow workshops, arts/craft workshops, sweatlodge, community outreach, Inter-tribal dance group performances. Clarke Culture Center, Native Traditions Classroom and Museum are open after school hours for students, check posted flyers for times and activities. Note: Elders Potlucks are held monthly at Bennett hall usually on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 4:00pm – 8:00pm, the Inland Empire Cherokee Nation holds their monthly meeting/potluck there usually on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 12:00pm to 4:00pm. (Students may attend of school staff are present)
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Sherman Indian High School Inter-tribal Dance Groups
Lectures and Workshops offered by Lorene Sisquoc
MUSEUM CURATOR Lorene
Sisquoc was born and raised in Riverside,
California. She is a member of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe and a descendant
Mountain Cahuilla of Southern California. She is direct descendant
of Mangas Coloradas read more →
Culture Sharing with Sherman Indian High School Students and Culture Traditions staff.
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