Register and join Kim Sigafus in person to make a dream catcher and learn about its role in Native American culture.
Kim Sigafus is an award-winning Ojibwa author who writes Native American fiction, nonfiction, children's, and young adult books. She has presented on native history, food, and music, and has traveled all over the Midwest in her native regalia, bringing native culture to life. Kim's family is from White Earth Reservation, located in the northwest corner of Minnesota. She sings and drums, as well as crafts dream catchers and Talking Feathers. Kim owns Quiet Souls, a Native American Inspired Gift store in Freeport, where she offers native presentations several times a year.
This event is part of Lake Forest Reads, our One Book, One Community program. To learn more, visit our Lake Forest Reads page.
This event is part of Native Voices, the community-wide initiative to illuminate the historic legacy, current lives, and ongoing contributions of Native Americans in Lake Forest and Lake County. For all events, visit the community calendar.
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