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Native American Summer Festival


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Celebration of traditional & contemporary cultures of Northeastern Native American peoples.

Join the Nettukkusqk Singers, Wakeby Lake Singers, and Native educators from the Wampanoag Indigenous Program of Plimoth Plantation, demonstrators from the New England Foundation for the Arts, and author Larry Mann as they provide examples of the best of contemporary and traditional New England Native people’s song, storytelling, and educational exhibits.

Highlights include:
Northeastern Native American Cooking Demonstrations
Traditional Crafts, Carving, Weaving,
Storytelling & Children's Activities

No drugs, alcohol or pets allowed.


  • 8/6/2011 Sat @ 11:00 am; Length: 5 Hrs


Georges Island

Program Fee:


Program Contact Information

Park Ranger
(617) 223-8666


Take the park ferry to this program.

During the summer season, park ferries depart frequently from Long Wharf, Boston; Hingham Shipyard; and Pemberton Point, Hull. We suggest arriving at the dock at least 30 minutes prior to departure to allow time for ticketing and boarding. Regular ferry fees apply.


National Park Service

Additional Sponsor(s):

Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Boston Harbor Island Alliance, UMass Boston’s Institute for New England Native American Studies, New England Foundation for the Arts, and the Wampanoag Indigenous Program of Plimoth Plantation.