​Highfield Hall & Gardens Announces Wampanoag Cultural Celebration Day
Saturday, September 25, 2021 (Falmouth, Massachusetts)

Highfield Hall & Gardens is partnering with Wampanoag Cultural Education Specialists, and the Rotary Club of Falmouth to present a special Indigenous Peoples/Wampanoag Cultural Celebration Day, September 25, 2021 at Highfield Hall & Gardens. With Massachusetts’ and the Capes’ deep history with indigenous people, Highfield is partnering with members of the Wampanoag Education committee, and Rotary of Falmouth to present a fun and educational day-long festival to celebrate and raise awareness of the culture and history of local tribes whose ancestral lands include Cape Cod, the Islands, and reach to Marshfield and the Blue Hills. This family friendly day will include hands-on activities such as corn husk dolls, clay beads, and quahog shell rattles; traditional games, dance, storytelling, and tastes of Native American food. There will also be vendors from the Wampanoag Trading Post as well as other crafts/vendors from the tribe. This event will take place on the lawn and tent at Highfield Hall & Gardens, tickets are $10 per adult, children are free, registration is required.

Visit our website for more information about the exhibit & related programming - www.highfieldhallandgardens.org