Winter break activities planned
The Institute for American Indian Studies is offering a program at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Dec. 30 outdoors and indoors.
The program is a way for children to learn and have something to do during their winter break from school.
All health protocols will be followed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Children will play Native American games like snow snake, (weather permitting), snow boat, hoop and hole, keeper of the fire, and eagle eye.
They will also create a craft that they can take home with them as a momento of the program.
A highlight of the program is the traditional Native American Stories told by the institute's Professional Native American Storyteller that teaches children about the cultural beliefs of indigenous people living in the United States.
The institute is located at 38 Curtis Road in Washington.
A son, Kamil Jakob Caban-Ramirez, was born Nov. 12, to Kimberly Ramirez, and Cesar Caban, of Danbury.