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Discovery Museum Reflection Room: Whose Land are We On?

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Dates:Saturday, October 8, 2022 - Monday, October 10, 2022
Hours:10:00 am to 4:30 pm
Ages:Toddlers, Kids
Cost:see below
Category:Arts & Culture
Discovery Museum Reflection Room: Whose Land are We On?

Drop-in 10:00am-4:30pm, Indoors October 10th is Indigenous People’s Day, a day to honor and celebrate Native American Peoples.

Join us as we explore a variety of stories written by Indigenous authors to learn more about Native histories and cultures.

Take a closer look at a map of New England to see where the tribal territories overlay the borders that we know as our current cities and towns.

Then, add a mark to the map where you live to find out whose land we are really on.

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Free with Museum admission



Discovery Museum, Acton, MA, 01720 map
Phone: 9782644200

Directions From Route 95/128: Take Exit 45B (old exit number 29B) onto Route 2 West toward Acton/Fitchburg. Follow Route 2 West for about 10 miles to the Concord rotary, and take the third exit off the rotary. Continue on Route 2 West for about 2 miles. Bear left at Exit 118 (old exit number 43) for Route 111. At the lights, turn left onto Route 27 South. The museum is 1/2 mile ahead on your left.


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