Native American Heritage Programs celebrates Lenape (Delaware Indian) culture & contributions of Native Americans. We offer traveling programs and exhibits that celebrate Native culture & history at your site!
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Waníshi (Thank you)!
Over 35 years of experience helping educators meet their goals by providing educational programs and workshops for schools, libraries, historical societies, groups and businesses. Please book your Heritage Programs early!
Celebrating Native Culture with Traveling Native Heritage Programs
Focus on Lenape (Delaware) Lifeways, Native Contributions, Women’s Programs, Natives in the Civil War, Indian Wars in Pennsylvania, Environmental & Contemporary Issues, are available for preschool, school age, special needs, adult and senior groups, libraries, social organizations, festivals and businesses.
We offer a variety of off-site programs and exhibits for children and adults of all ages and ability levels, including special needs groups. Our presenters can work with one group at a time and are happy to tailor the program to your group’s needs. In addition we can provide exhibits and talks at your festival or conference! Please call well in advance to reserve your date of choice.
We help you meet Pennsylvania’s Academic Standards in History & Arts / Humanities, New Jersey’s Core Content Standards in Social Studies and Delaware’s History Standards.
Adult Programs for Organizations, Libraries, Social Groups, Senior Centers, Diversity Day Programs for Businesses & Groups, Festivals & Events
Native American Heritage Programs has been designated a Woman/Minority Business by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania & Certified by the State of Delaware.
Native people today live like other people in your neighborhood. Your children can find Little Flower on several pages doing chores and having fun!
When the Shadbush Blooms Signed & dedicated hardbound copies are available at www.whentheshadbushblooms.net “The glory of white shadbush blossoms on the cover should be used as an excuse to pull it out in the spring and share it!”
Please help us get When the Shadbush Blooms reprinted as a paperback for children to enjoy! Please send your email or postcard/letter to: Karen Greenberg, Editorial Assistant, Alfred A Knopf BFYR, Penguin Random House, 1745 Broadway, New York, NY 10019, (212) 782-8348 Kagreenberg@penguinrandomhouse.com. Waníshi (Thank you.) We still have a limited number of hardback books for sale.
We have won the 15th Annual Skipping Stones Honor Awards & National Children’s Choice Book Award Finalist! When the Shadbush Blooms has been named to the 2008 list of Best Children’s Books by the Bank Street College Children’s Book Committee! We have also won the CCBC Choice 2008, Children’s Cooperative Book Center Award & 2008 Notable Children’s Book in the Language Arts. Recommended to teachers by the National Museum of the American Indian, Spring 2008 Education E-Newsletter; Recommended on National Public Radio’s “Tell Me More” November 2007; Featured in Kirkus Reviews’ BEA/ALA Big Book Guide 2007.
Providing programs for: Bucks County Free Library System – Levittown & Doylestown, Philadelphia Free Library – Independence Branch & Rittenhouse Square, Parkland , Southern Lehigh and others; Defense Supply Center, IRS, US Mint, Veteran’s Administration, Veteran’s Affairs, various Pennsylvania State Parks, such as Little Pine, PEEC; PA Dept. of Aging, Lutheran Theological Seminary, Citibank- Wilmington Trust, Longwood Gardens, Kutztown University, St Joseph’s University, Thiel University, Chatham University, Keystone University, Temple University; Schuylkill River Festival, Walnutport Canal Festival, Briar Bush Nature Center, Tinicum Wetlands, preschools, schools, such as Fern Hill, Friends Central – Haverford; senior centers, nursing homes and social groups and many other organizations.
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Wawullamallessil (Fare thee well)