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Traditional Dreamcatcher Workshop

Presented by History Fort Lauderdale and Erika Tommie/Native Artist at Fort Lauderdale Historical Society, Fort Lauderdale FL

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Jan 12 2020
Traditional Dreamcatcher Workshop

Erika Tommie is a Dakota Sioux woman from the Santee Nation. She will be sharing her cultural and artistic knowledge about the traditional art of dreamcatcher making at History Fort Lauderdale on January 12, 2020. Free and open to the public.

I am a full blooded Dakota Sioux from the Santee Sioux Nation located in Northeastern Nebraska currently residing in Broward County. Art has always been a big part of me. When I create I am free. I am at peace with the Universe. My artistic passions in life are painting, photography and making Dreamcatchers. My paintings reflect my strong Native American roots and my love for animals and nature. I have always been an artsy craftsy girl. And my love for making dreamcatchers started when I was

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ADMISSION INFO

Free Admission

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LOCATION

Fort Lauderdale Historical Society

219 SW 2nd Avenue, 231 SW 2nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

PARKING INFO

Street and metered parking available.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Assisted Listening System
    • Audio Description
    • Closed Caption
    • Info
    • Large Print
    • Low Vision
    • Volume Control Telephone
    • Wheelchair Access

Hoch Heritage Center Research Library and Archive, main floor of the New River Inn building and the 1899 Replica School House are wheelchair accessible. The second floor of the New River Inn building

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