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Turtle Island Art Project Unveiling

On a rainy Sunday morning, the NFSJ — together with our friends at Wright Locke Farm — were thrilled to welcome folks into the Farm’s beautiful All Seasons Barn for the unveiling of Turtle Island artwork, which was collaboratively created at our Indigenous Peoples’ Day Family Celebration in October. The work will be on display at the Farm throughout the Month of December.

In addition, artist and Mashpee Wampanoag tribal member Aimee Nicole Snyder Ledwell shared Indigenous oral traditional tales and books for children. It was the perfect way to celebrate Wampanoag culture, rethink our relationship with Thanksgiving, and honor Native American Heritage Month. Thanks to all who came and especially to Wright Locke Farm for providing the space! 

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