Kule Loklo Big Time is July 19, 2014

The California native village recreation, Kule Loklo, at the Point Reyes National Seashore is again the site for the Big Time gathering of dancers, native story tellers, native and non-native craft and skill demonstrators and much more known as a Big Time.

Miwok Archaeological Preserve of Marin cooperates with the National Park Service and College of Marin in this year’s presentation of many aspects of living California Native cultures.  A class for college credit is offered at the Red Barn from 10 AM to 12 PM and the village is filled with presentations for children and adults from 10 AM to 4 PM.

Watch for updates and save the July 19 for seeing Kule Loklo at its liveliest!

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About Robert Brewer

I became interested in Native American cultures through participation in the Order of the Arrow service organization of the Boy Scouts in the 1950's, as many boys of my generation. I met Ralph Shanks in the 1960's at U C Berkeley and met Lawrence Dawson of the then Lowie Museum. Larry was very kind in teaching us part of his great knowledge of California native material culture, especially basketry. Ralph continued to learn from Larry throughout Larry's life. I pursued collecting California baskets and re-connected with Ralph after seeing the publication of his first basket book. I was invited to join the MAPOM Board when we returned to the Bay Area in 2013.

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