For Museums, State/National Parks, Heritage Sites, Powwows, Cultural Centers & Schools
Our mission is to contribute to Eastern Native American historical-cultural awareness by utilizing information put forth by the academic and Native communities to develop resources and conduct public programs that present Native cultural history in a way that our audiences will best receive it.
WIEP conducts interactive programs, engaging demonstrations, and professional workshops focusing on historic lifeways of the Native Peoples of the Eastern United States (often emphasizing the local original cultures of our host site’s region). Our programs are onsite - at your location (museum, historic site, cultural center, powwow, school, etc.) - and we’ve conducted programs for dozens of sites in such states as Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, New Jersey, Connecticut, Alabama, and Georgia. To learn more about our onsite programs, click the Event/Powwow Programs button in the menu bar to the left.
Upcoming WIEP Public Programs and Demos
2018 Maple Sugaring Season Schedule
Trees are tapped and the sap is flowing… the Sugar Season is here again! Come on out, visit our camp, taste some fresh warm maple sugar made over an open fire, and learn the tradition and importance of Native American Maple Sugaring at any of these great family events. We’ll be sugaring for 5 weekends at 4 event locations in both Indiana and Michigan. Here’s the details:
February 24 & 25 March 3 & 4 27th Annual Maple Syrup Festival at LM Sugarbush outside of the town of Salem, Indiana:
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