Catching Dreams: Traditional Native Craft & Food
Journey into Native American heritage
Journey into Native American heritage and experience firsthand the crafts and foods that originated in South Dakota! Or did they? Join native South Dakotan, Heather Goodface-Ferguson, in this exciting four session class as you learn where the dream catcher REALLY originated from and craft your very own to keep! Wrap the 3-5” hoop using your choice of faux suede cord or ribbon and add floss or faux waxed sinew. Finish by lacing beautiful beads and feathers into your dreamy web. Enjoy a sampling of traditional Lakota foods like Wasna Jerky, Wojapi and Choki Bread and learn the difference between traditional and modern day Native food. You will leave this journey with a better understanding and appreciation for the Lakota and their traditions! Ages 14 & up.
Date & Time
Weekly on Thursday
Oct 27, 2022 through Nov 17, 2022
5:30PM - 7:30PM
Instructional Planning Center - 201 E 38th Street, Sioux Falls, SD, 57105 201 E 38th Street Sioux Falls 57105 SD US https://www.thehoodmagazine.com/businesses/sd-sioux-falls-instructional-planning-center