Denver Public Library celebrates Indigenous People's Heritage Month

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The Denver Public Library is celebrating Indigenous People's Heritage Month throughout the month of November by highlighting special virtual programming and materials that honor and celebrate Indigenous People's culture.

Dial in to hear stories that celebrate Indigenous People's heritage for kids in multiple languages on the library’s popular Phone-A-Story line at 720-865-8500. Adults can call into LitLine, for stories and poems at 720-865-2003. 

Explore an extensive collection of historic photographs, maps and more in our digital archives. 

Don’t miss a variety of virtual programming beginning with "Still Here: A Past to Present Insight of Native American People and Culture", an author talk with Danielle SeeWalker on Thursday, November 5 at 4 p.m. 

For more information on all the programs and events Denver Public Library has to offer  include shadow puppet storytelling, and community conversations, visit the Upcoming Events page.

 

Written by dbrooks on October 30, 2020

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