Holiday Bazaar at Eyaawing Museum and Cultural Center

Holiday Bazaar at Eyaawing Museum and Cultural Center

THoliday Bazaar at Eyaawing Museum and Cultural Centerhe annual Holiday Bazaar at Eyaawing Museum and Cultural Center takes place on December 3rd, 2011 from 9:00pm to 3:00 pm. The Holiday Bazaar is being held to give Artists and Crafters the opportunity to showcase their talents and bring in a little extra income before the holiday season. All are encouraged to participate either as a vender or as a shopper. If you are interested in being a vender please call Cindy Patek at 534-7764 or Doris Winslow at 534-7965 for an application.

The museum is located at 2304 North West Bay Shore Drive (M22) in Peshawbestown, 20 miles north of Traverse City; open Wednesday – Saturday; 10am.-4pm.

More about Eyaawing Museum & Cultural Center

Eyaawing (pronounced a-ya-wing) means “Who we are” in Anishinaabemowin, the traditional language of Michigan’s Native people. Eyaawing Museum & Cultural Center is a place that serves both members of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, and the larger community. It is a place where the traditions, language, and art of the Tribe are kept, taught, and celebrated. It also provides a portal to Tribe for the community — a place where the public is welcome to learn about the culture and history of the Grand Traverse Band. For additional information, click the link above call 231-534-7764.

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