Family Second Saturday: Native American Heritage Month
The foundation of Idaho’s culture is its Indigenous tribes, who have been on this land since time immemorial and continue to care for the state’s natural resources. November is Native American Heritage Month, and during our Family Second Saturday we will be focusing on oral traditions and storytelling and how it helps to create community. Join us for a fun craft and interactive activities to guide you as you explore the Museum!
All ages are welcome, and the event is free with Museum admission!
This is an ongoing event every second Saturday of the month. Purchase admission in advance at https://store.history.idaho.gov/GeneralAdmission.aspx. Walk-ups will be accommodated.
Enjoy your visit? Consider becoming a Member at the Idaho State Historical Society and enjoy access to the Idaho State Museum and other amenities. Learn more at https://history.idaho.gov/membership/.
The Idaho State Museum is following current CDC guidance related to masking and physical distancing. Face coverings are required for all public and educational programs in the Classroom and Idaho Room regardless of vaccination status.