History comes to Life:
A Day with Gray Wolf
SATURday JULY 23, 2016
3:00 TO 8:00 PM (SOLD OUT!)
Saturday July 30, 2016
3:00 TO 8:00 PM
Join the Heart-J Center for Experiential Learning at Sylvan Dale Ranch for a chance to immerse yourself in Native American history and culture as Gray Wolf and his fellow historians bring ancient traditions to life.
In the afternoon, you'll learn Native American crafts and skills and spend time with Gray Wolf in his lodge, which is filled with handmade tools and traditional furnishings focused on the mid-1800s.
In the evening, you'll join Gray Wolf around the campfire to hear the stories of Gray Wolf's Cheyenne and Micmac ancestors, and feast on a traditional meal cooked over the fire.
Cost: $74 for adults
$35 for youth under 18
$30 for afternoon only (no dinner & campfire)
Limited to 30 participants.
You will experience a range of fun and informative activities that will bring Native American traditions to life. Try your hand at tomahawk throwing and archery and hear fascinating stories of the past.
Have questions? Email Laura@heartjcenter.org
YOUR GUIDE FOR THE DAY
Gray Wolf spends much of his time experiencing the old ways of the 1700 and 1800s. He lives often in his tipis, wears authentic clothing, uses ancient tools and cooks over open fires for their meals. He studies Native American history and philosophy, and with great respect worls to keep alive the ancient lifeways of some of the earliest peoples to inhabit the land now known as North America. He loves sharing this with others!
Gray Wolf ~ Bio
"In our lives we all seem to be so busy, it's often hard to stop and just take time to reflect. The atmosphere Gray Wolf creates within his tipi is
palpable - it is calming, balancing and restorative."
~ Sara Revill, United Kingdom