Native Voices: New England Tribal Families

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September 29, 2012 through January 06, 2013

10am-5pm daily.

Stepping Stones Museum for Children

Norwalk

Pre-school & younger, Young elementary

$15; $10 seniors; free for children younger than 1

Event description: This exhibit is an introduction to Native Americans living in New England today. By visiting five different communities from northern to southern New England, visitors learn about Native American traditions and how modern families balance contemporary life with preservation of important cultural identities through stories and songs.

Address: 303 West Ave.
Norwalk , CT 06850
Phone: 203-899-0606
Website: steppingstonesmuseum.org

About Stepping Stones Museum for Children


Stepping Stones opened in March 2000 and was founded by Gigi Priebe in response to the needs expressed by parents, educators, and community leaders actively seeking quality educational offerings to help children learn and grow. It’s a fun, colorful and engaging environment that recognizes the value of play in promoting learning, creativity and discovery. As a special place where children of all ages are encouraged to explore, invent, test and observe, the museum is a leading destination for schools, groups, families and anyone seeking a fun experience.






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