Flotation Workshop

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

Not all artifacts during an archaeological excavation are easy to spot in the screen. As a matter of fact, some of the most telling and important artifacts can be very […]

$5 – $15

Flintknapping Workshop with Jeff Kalin

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

In person, outdoor event -Saturday, July 10, 1:00 to 4:00pm Looking for a workshop that will rock your world? Flintknapping is a process used to shape stone tools using pressure, […]

Artifact ID Day with Dr. Lucianne Lavin

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

Sunday, July 25, 1:00pm to 4:00 pm (1 hour timeslots) In person, small group event Do you have any stone artifacts or Northeastern Native American cultural items? Between 1:00 and […]

The Science and Tradition of Dugout Canoes

For thousands of years, the Native inhabitants of the Eastern Woodlands were able to make dugout canoes using natural materials found in their environment. Want to get an in depth […]

16th Annual Green Corn Festival

River Walk Pavilion, 11A School Street Washington, CT 11A School Street, washington

Sunday, August 15th, 12:00 - 4:00pm In-Person, Outdoor Event, Rain or Shine Location: River Walk Pavilion, 11A School Street Washington, CT For thousands of years, corn has been an integral […]

River Ecology Explorations with Susan Scherf – POSTPONED

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

Due to the impeding storm, Hurricane Henri, River Ecology Explorations with Susan Scherf has been postponed to August 29th.  Due to the impending storm, we have decided to postpone the […]

River Ecology Explorations with Susan Scherf

Native peoples traditionally recognized that all beings are related and that animals and plants can be our teachers. The summer season is a perfect time to observe organisms in the […]