American Indian Life Series
at the outdoor Charlton Stage
March 14 – June 9th on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday from 4:00 – 4:35 pm at Charlton Stage
Come and attend this thought-provoking series exploring past and present American Indian cultures. Each day, an American Indian Interpreter will delve into a different topic: You may examine certain native societies’ influence on American democracy and its struggle for independence, and the ways in which they adapted to this changing world.
You may discover how European fashion affected American Indian culture and vice versa or the diversity of American Indian religious practices and beliefs. No matter the topic, this exploration of the diversity of American Indian nations and their role in our collective story is sure to captivate.
Admission to this performance is part of your Good Neighbor Pass, Annual Pass, or Day Pass. The Charlton Stage is an open-air stage behind R. Charlton’s Coffeehouse. Learn more