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Indigenous Craft Fair

Indigenous Craft Fair
75 Greenmanville Avenue

On Saturday, November 18, artisans from regional tribes will sell hand-crafted products including wampum jewelry, beaded accessories, paintings, pottery, and more. While you're here, be sure to visit the Three Sisters Garden, hear a talk on Indigenous mariners, and stop by the Native American fusion food vendor, Willie's Place. With gratitude for the cooperative efforts to build long-term sustainable relationships with regional tribal nations, and in reciprocity toward ongoing partnerships with tribal nations on the Reimagining New England Histories project - Mystic Seaport Museum is offering free admission for enrolled citizens of federally and state recognized tribal nations all of November.

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