The Dawnland StoryFest is a warm spot in cold and snowy February and - New Hampshire's only annual Native American Storytelling Festival. This is the 5th year anniversary for the festival and its first year at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, NH.
Come hear experienced Native American storytellers share traditional tales during the heart of the Winter Storytelling Season.
The Festival takes place each year on the first Saturday in February, during the heart of the winter storytelling season. In this, its 5th year the Dawnland Storyfest 2019 is changing homes. Formerly held at the Mariposa Museum & Cultural Center in Peterborough, NH, starting this year, the Dawnland Storyfest will now be held at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, NH.
Please note: The Dawnland StoryFest 2019 is geared toward adults, including young adults, who are interested in Native American Storytelling traditions. This event is not really suitable for young children as there will be no specifically child-oriented activities - or childcare - provided during this one-day storytelling conference and festival.
Contact Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum 603-456-2600 for more information or visit our website for more details at www.indianmuseum.org/calendar.
The very modest admission fee for this event is $5.50. Free admission for Native Americans. For an additional $4.00, you can do a self-guided tour of the Museum.
This event is funded, in part, by a grant from the NH Humanities Council. http://www.nhhumanities.org.... More >><< Less