Sun. Oct. 4th, 2015
3 pm @ the Washington Montessori School
240 Litchfield Turnpike (Route 202), New Preston, CT
Back by popular demand, Dr. Lucianne Lavin,
the Director of Research at the Institute for American Indian Studies, will be presenting:
"Our Hidden Landscapes: Stone Cultural Features & Ceremonial Landscapes"
"A hike in the woods often reveals a variety of stone cultural features, including indigenous ceremonial sites. Join Dr. Lavin as she provides an overview of the various kinds of European-American and indigenous stone structures found on our Connecticut landscapes."
This FREE event is brought to you by NW CT Land Trust Days, a Small Area Land Trust (SALT) collaboration, of which Weantinoge is a proud member.
And I want to walk about the stone walls, look for what I think of as identifiers of possible Indigenous Stone Features, all those stone walls that I see standing out in the bing bird's eye capture above the school - as well as attend, of course.
Like they say about those stone features on the Nolumbeka Website:
Once one awakens to their presence they seem to be everywhere.