Native American Indian Storytelling and Drumming

Esther Stutzman

These are traditional stories and songs of the Kalapuya people of the Willamette Valley. The stories portray the animal people and their adventures. Each story teaches lessons. Often, the stories involve audience participation. The stories are opened by traditional drumming that enhances the presentation. Drumming will also be a part of the closing of the program.

Made possible by The Library Foundation through support from The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Fund.

 

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