‘Columbia River Indian Autumn’

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center will hold its second annual Columbia River Indian Autumn on Nov. 10 at the museum, 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles. Admission is free for all.

The event will feature artisans, musicians and vendors throughout the day from the regional Native American community. The day’s activities will include dance groups, a workshop on tule duck decoy making taught by artist Pat Courtney Gold, a presentation “Our Celilo Village and connection to the N'Chi-Wana (Big River)" given by Aurolyn Stwyer, traditional Indian games and drumming with Jefferson Greene, flintknapping with Clayton Carter, Brigette McConville demonstrating basket making techniques with cedar, willow, tule, and cattails, plus a variety of local craft vendors. 

For more information, call 541-296-8600 ext. 201, or visit www.gorgediscovery.org.


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