Archaeology and Geology through the Mikmaq Legends of Glooscap

When: Tue., Sept. 22, 7:30 p.m. 2009

Gerald Gloade, Mi’kmaq storyteller, artist and educator, recounts the legends of Glooscap and explores the connections between the sacred sites described in these stories and the archaeological and geological evidence of life in Nova Scotia over 10,000 years ago. Take the lower level entrance, as the museum is closed. Presented by the Nova Scotia Archaeology Society.

Price: free

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