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Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concept of Health and Wellness-Volunteer Fieldtrip

Choctaw Sick Dance, Terry Saul (Chief Terry Saul; Tobaksi, Ember of Fire or the Coal), Choctaw, Watercolor  Terry Saul’s paintings center around old Choctaw customs, often based on surviving fragments of information.  Courtesy Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Choctaw Sick Dance, Terry Saul (Chief Terry Saul; Tobaksi, Ember of Fire or the Coal), Choctaw, Watercolor

Terry Saul’s paintings center around old Choctaw customs, often based on surviving fragments of information.

Courtesy Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma

This fieldtrip to the Cal State Channel Islands campus includes a tour of the Broome Library and the traveling exhibit Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concept of Health and Wellness. We’ll have lunch in the campus cafeteria afterwards.

Meet at the museum at 9:15 in the Susan Drive parking lot. $5 donation to CSUCI.

R.S.V.P. to Cynthia Bengtson at (805) 499-1507 or to Debra Payne at (805) 501-2417.