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Master Basketweaver and Storyteller combines her unique talents and many skills to create educational lectures for people of all ages. In her presentations she describes an in depth programs of the Coastal Salish Natives. Harvest Moon brings in hands on artifacts, which deliver a clearer perspective of how things were done. She will speak of the abundance of life amongst the Northwest Coast Tribes, whose rich culture has been handed down from generation to generation. Discover the unique hertage that they hold close to their hearts.

Harvest Moon has serve two terms for ” The Washington Commission for the Humanities” as an ” Inquiry Mind speaker. Grants from the Seattle Arts Commission, Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities, Heritage Art Council for ” Artist in Residency” and ” Young Audience” speaker for Portland Oregon and Southern Washington State.

Harvest Moon means ” A light shining forth in the midst of darkness”. She speaks from her heart and spirit, leaving people looking at a different perspective of the N.W. Coast Native Americans. Receiving the ” Peace and Friendship Award” presented by the Washington State Historical Society in recognition of signficant contributions to the understand of N.W. Indian Heritage. Her interest in History and her vast amount of research fives her the title as a professional speaker and storyteller.

Past Presentations

  • REI corporation
  • Microsoft
  • Hewlett Packard
  • State Farm
  • J.C. Penney Corporation
  • Stanford University Professors alumni

Along with Universities, Colleges, Schools, Libraries and Historical Societies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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