When the Land Speaks with Larry Spotted Crow Mann!

Thursday, October 3 at 6:00 pm.

The Athol Public Library invites you to When the Land Speaks: Exploring the Dynamic Relationship Between Land, People & Nature through the Eyes of the Native Americans of New England with Larry Spotted Crow Mann.

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Larry Spotted Crow Mann is a member of the Nipmuc Tribe of Massachusetts. At this program, he will be discussing Nipmuc culture and history and the ancient relationship between the land and the Indigenous peoples of Massachusetts.

Mann is an award-winning writer, poet, cultural educator, traditional story teller, Tribal drummer and dancer, and motivational speaker on topics of youth sobriety and cultural and environmental awareness. He travels throughout the United States, Canada and parts of Europe sharing the music, culture and history of Nipmuc people.

Copies of Larry’s books will be available for purchase at this event ($15). Cash or checks accepted.

Made possible with support from the Friends of the Athol Public Library.
Free and Open to the Public.
Please register by calling 978-249-9515.