Free Family Morning: March 11


Enjoy a Native American craft event facilitated by Stephanie Wood, a Grand Ronde Tribal Member. She will teach us how to work with tule to make traditional duck decoys, which were used in duck hunting across many tribes. She will also teach us the traditions of creating cedar cordage, which is the first step in making rope. Cedar fibers are strong and durable and historically had many uses.
Every second Saturday of the month, we bring families together for truly engaging and unique learning experiences. Please join us on Saturday morning, March 11 for a fun day of hands-on activities.

When: Saturday, March 11, 2017 – 10:00 Am t0 1:00 PM

Where: Washington County Museum – Exhibitions & Education Center – 120 E. Main Street, Hillsboro, OR 97123

Ages: All ages welcome!

Cost: FREE!