Programs

Monthly Events
 

 

The First Friday Every Month                         
Fort Collins Gallery Walk
Half-Price Admission    6 – 9 pm

 

 

The First Saturday Every Month
Children’s Story Time
Free    11 am

The first Saturday of every month at 11 am, Global Village Museum will host Story Time at the Museum.  The event includes a story, snack, and a craft related to the Museum’s newest exhibit Alaska – Enduring Traditions.  View the traditonal lifestyles of Alaskan Natives through hunting and fishing, celebrations, and art.

 


July – August Programs/Events


Create a Treasure Bag
Thursday, July 24            2 pm
Craft Activity Celebrating Native American Culture
$5 Admission

Traditionally called a Medicine Bag, these small leather pouches were used by the village Shaman to carry natural remedies along with representations of spirit animals believed to heal the sick. Today’s Medicine Bags hold treasures dear to our hearts. Parents may put a lock of their child’s hair in it; children carry a favorite toy, charm, or marble in theirs. Join the Museum staff to participate in this deeply rooted Native American tradition and make a Treasure Bag of your own! What treasures will you put inside?

 

Healing Journeys and Water Strategies:  The SNOWY Project
Thursday, Aug 7                 6:30 pm
Presented by:  Professor Melinda Laituri, Ecosystem Science
and Sustainability Director, Geospatial Centroid, CSU Natural
Environmental Science

$5 Public        Free to Members

Yukon River Communities are on the cutting edge of climate change where adaptation is essential, change is constant, and a subsistence lifestyle is under threat.  Professor Melinda Laituri will describe the current situation in three communities in the lower Yukon River delta as they adapt to climate change.  In partnership with the Yukon River Inter-tribal Watershed Council, researchers are examining changing snow conditions and water quality in the Yukon River.  Working closely with local communities, healing journeys have been launched to link communities and share stories of resource use and needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admission to the Museum: $5 adults, $3 seniors/students, & $1 children.

 

The Museum is open Tuesday – Saturday from 11 – 5