Native American Storytelling - Indian River Michigan

6 Jul

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Storytelling at BrassWind Landing

Teller of Stories, Anthony “Tony” Miron Anthony “Tony” Miron Teller of Stories was at BrassWind Landing over Memorial Weekend and part of June and July in 2013.  You can see his beautiful wood burned art. Tony is is one of the featured Artists, this month, at the BrassWind Gallery. The July 19th Storytelling Event has been cancelled due to illness. All future storytelling events have been postponed indefinitely.

Tony sometimes will be dressed in full Regalia as he tells the  Native American Stories passed down from the Elders. This Free event is 45 minutes to 1 hour and took place on the lawn just beyond the parking lot for BrassWind Landing.

The idea for this video was developed by Teller of Stories, Tony Miron, We are leaving it on Facebook and YouTube as a tribute to that effort and in recognition of the rich cultural history of Native Americans, Indian River and the Inland Waterway.

Next Storytelling Date

CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS

July 19 4:30pm  to 5:30pm at BrassWind Landing

*Remember to bring a chair or a blanket to the storytelling.  Rainy days we will move into the Paddlesports Show Room and Gallery or make use of the deck on our Boat House Shed.

 

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