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Dream Catcher Workshop
Sat., February 12th @ 1:00pm
Many people know that dream catchers originated from Native American traditions. The Ojibwe people started the trend and over time, dream catchers were adopted by other tribes and cultures. The Ojibwe women made the first dream catchers from willow branches, and these protective charms were hung above children's beds to catch any bad dreams or other harm that might be present.
Defend your dreams and add some fun, frosty décor to your home by creating your own modernized & winter-themed dream catcher! You will follow a step by step demonstration by the naturalist, and all materials will be provided.
$8 per dream catcher.
Max of 30 people.