Evening Program dates, events and more!

Early Fall 2013 Events


Living History

October 19th
November 9th &
November 30th

Set in the fire-lit replica of a Kwa’kwaka’wakw ceremonial house, the living history program consists of dramatic narration and dance presentations of traditional Northwest Coast ceremonial masks.  Chief Tsungani and the Lelooska Family dancers bring each mask to life with song, dance, story and costume that illustrate the particular cultural aspect of the mask.
Modeled after a traditional Winter Ceremonial, the program is designed to give the audience an understanding of Northwest Coast First Nations culture, as well as a feeling of intimate participation in this living history. 
7:00 pm,
two hours in length,
Advanced Reservations
are Necessary: 
Call 360-225-9522
to reserve a seat.
$12.00 Adults $8.00 children under 12.


September 28th and 29th!
Come see us at the Lewis River Fall Fest this Saturday and Sunday!
Come with your kids to make Button Blankets and learn some fun facts!

Fall 2013 and Winter 2014 Classes

Miniature Button Blanket $35
       Saturday, October 12th 2013 OR 
       February 22nd 2014: 10am-12pm 

NW Coast Flat Design $45
       Saturday, October 12th 2013 OR
       February 22nd 2014: 1-5pm 

Beaded Earrings $35
       Saturday, October 26th 2013 OR
       February 15th 2014: 10am-12pm

NW Coast Woodcarving 2:
The Final stages $60

      Saturday, October 26th 2013 OR
       February 15th 2014: 12pm-5pm 

Lelooska Museum 
Open House
Open Saturday & Sunday,
November 23rd and 24th
Or by appointment and on event days,
Tours, School Programs and
Classes by appointment.

The Lelooska Museum is free to the public.
Donations are welcome.
Guided Tours will be offered daily.
Children can participate in hands-on arts and craft projects.Supplies will be provided. Throughout the entire Open House, a coloring station will be open for the children to color Northwest Coast coloring pages.
Additional information and displays on Northwest Coast Woodcarving, as well as dolls by Shona-Hah, and masks by Tsungani and Lelooska that have been donated to the Lelooska Foundation will be on display. These displays will be specially created and designed for the Open House event, and are not part of the regular exhibits.
165 Merwin Village Road,
Ariel, Washington 98603
Located just 10 miles east of I-5 from the Woodland Exit #21
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