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Indian culture, artifacts in spotlight at museum Sunday PDF Print E-mail

The guest presenter for this Sunday at the Chase County Museum will be Pam Coulter from Wray, Colo.  
She has spent a lifetime studying the Plains Indians and always concentrated on being as truthful as possible.  Her motto has been “Learning with your heart.”
Her presentation will begin at 2 p.m. and will be of interest to all ages.  Young children are encouraged to attend.
Her program will be given in native dress and will include some singing, dancing and playing games. She will show some sign language and share information on dating and marriage, hunting and gathering, foods and their preparation and their various stages of life.  
Coulter will display Indian artifacts and Jack Cooper from Imperial also will be there with his arrowhead collection.   
Museum hours Sunday are from 1 to 4 p.m.