Richland Library Highlights Native American Heritage Month

Through a special family storytime, booklists, and more, library staff share #OwnVoices

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Columbia, SC – Saturday, November 13, 2021,10-11 a.m. Richland Library Northeast presents Celebrate Our Native Story! in collaboration with The Museum of the Southeast American Indian-UNCP.
This outdoor storytime offers a unique opportunity for families to learn about Native American Heritage Month as Youth Services Specialist Ms. Elisa leads an hour of stories, songs, take-home crafts, and more.
To coordinate media coverage of the special event “Celebrate Our Native Story!” contact Laura Erskine at 803-312-3154 or lerskine@richlandlibrary.com.

In addition, Richland Library offers booklists curated by staff, featuring the stories of Native American and Indigenous Peoples as told through their own voices, and original blog features spotlighting Sara Ayers, a Catawba potterherbologist, and business owner Angela Queen, as well as resources for educators.
Learn more about #OwnVoices at Richland Library.

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