Sorry it’s been a bit quiet around here; the combination of the opening weekend Pow Wow and the end of Slippery Rock University’s academic year created quite a workload!
The Pow Wow was a great time, and we were fortunate to have sunshine both days. Lots of people came out, especially Saturday afternoon. It was great to see people enjoying the Muddy Creek Singers and watching the dances (MCS even incorporated some dances from Iroquois and Northeastern societies to give the event some more local connection). Also great to see lots of people asking questions and learning more about what they were seeing, what a Pow Wow is, and many variations of Native American. Thanks to all who made it a success, especially the People of the Forest and All Nations Gathering, for their hard work.
Sadly, we workers at the Stone House were so busy we didn’t get a chance to take many pictures of the Pow Wow events. If you have them, we’d appreciate any you can share!
The Old Stone House is now open every weekend, Saturday 10-5, Sundays 12-5 – please stop by for a tour. Group tours are also available by appointment at any other time.