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Thursday, November 4th
7:00p - 8:00p
The Lenape and the Land
Join us on November 4th from 7:00p—8:00p for this free, online presentation with the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, when LNPA Councilmembers Shelley Windamakwi, Chuck GentleMoon, and Adam Waterbear will discuss Lenape language and lifestyle as it relates to the land.
Saturday, November 6th
12:00p - 4:00p
Seeds of Sustainability
On November 6th at 12:00p, Barbara Bluejay will be offering storytelling, discussion on plants important to the Lenape, and children’s programming at the Wagner Free Institute of Science’s four-hour Open House in Philadelphia. There will be many other activities and demonstrations about sustainable agriculture, native species and more! Free admission, but donations are strongly encouraged.
Monday, November 8th
11:30a - 1:00p
On November 8th from 11:30 - 1:00, join us at Haverford College, where Adam Waterbear will be discussing the past and present of the Lenape with students of anthropology.
Sharpless Hall, Room 430
Tuesday, November 9th
12:30p - 1:50p
The Past and Present of the Lenape
On November 9th from 12:30 - 1:30, join us either virtually or in-person when Adam Waterbear will offer a keynote presentation to kick off a week of indigenous programming at William Patterson University. Adam will discuss the history, presence, and culture of the Lenape and ways in which students and community can get involved with the LNPA.
Tuesday, November 9th
5:30p - 7:30p
BAPL Museum Meet & Greet
On November 9th from 5:30p—7:30p, we will be running the LNPA Table & Trading Post during Bethlehem Area Public Library’s Museum Meet & Greet. Our table will offer information about the Lenape, as well as t-shirts, books, and other items for sale. Many other local museums will be running tables as well; come meet us and other museums of the Lehigh Valley!
Saturday, November 13th
12:00p - 4:00p
Native American Festival
Join us November 13th, from 12:00p—4:00p, at the Native American Festival in Lackawaxen. We will be running the Nation Table & Trading Post, which will offer information about the Lenape and t-shirts, books, and other items for sale.
196 Karl Hope Blvd., Lackawaxen, PA 18435
Wednesday, November 17th
12:00p - 1:00p
The Lenape: Original Stewards
On November 17, 12:00p - 1:00p, Conservation Voters of PA and PennFuture will be sponsoring the following free, online program with Adam Waterbear, who will be discussing the past and present of the Lenape in Pennsylvania and the LNPA's environmental and recognition initiatives.
Thursday, November 18th, 4:00p
Online Native American Heritage Panel
Join us online November 18th at 4:00p when we will take part in a Widener University panel discussing Native American Heritage in PA.
Monday, November 22nd
6:00p - 7:00p
An Evening with the Lenape
On November 22nd, from 6:00p—7:00p, Downingtown Area School District will be hosting this free, online program with Adam Waterbear., who will be discussing the past and present of the Lenape in Pennsylvania and the LNPA's efforts to combat erasure and revitalize their language and culture.
Weeknight TBD, 7:00p - 8:00p
Online Lenape Language Classes
Our language classes, which have been featured in K. David Harrison’s The Last Speakers: The Quest to Save the World’s most Endangered Languages (published by National Geographic), have moved online! Contact us if you are interested in getting on the waiting list for the next Zoom class!
The Rising Nation River Journey
In August of 2022, we will be embarking on our sixth Rising Nation River Journey to honor and promote the signing of the Treaty of Renewed Friendship. Planning for the journey has begun; contact us to get involved!
Temporarily Closed due to the COVID Pandemic. Click the link below for updates.
Cultural Center & Trading Post
Visit our Cultural Center & Trading Post any Saturday from 11:00 - 3:00. Tour our UPenn-hosted exhibit to learn about the past, present, and future of Pennsylvania Lenape, and leave with a souvenir!