What do the starry night’s animal relatives teach us from up in the sky? Where is the Moose? the Loon? the Fisher? the Turtle? the Buffalo? Others? Which behaviors and lessons do they offer us each season, if we trade eyeballs with them and with their Dakota and Ojibwe human relatives living here by the Big Water? Join Prof. Jim Rock who is the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium Program Director at the University of Minnesota. Jim teaches a course in ethnoastronomy and archaeoastronomy of Turtle Island (North America) and does Native American sky shows upon request at the planetarium and with the traveling GeoDome planetarium.
If there is cloudy or inclement weather we will reschedule the event to Tuesday, December 4th at the same time.
Preregistration required by calling 218-724-6735. Space is limited!