Native American Day


Beth Bailey, of Fort Loramie, talks to a group of Whittier Elementary students about Native American flutes. Bailey talked about how native American men would play the flute for the woman they were courting. Bailey’s talk was part of Native American Day put on by the Shelby County Historical Society at Tawawa Park Wednesday, May 10. Students got to fish and all received a free fishing pole from The Bent Finger Foundation which works to teach kids how to fish. The Shelby County Antique Tractor Association gave kids hay rides to the different event locations. Kids also played Native American games and listened to a talk about streams from the Tawawa Park Ranger.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Beth Bailey, of Fort Loramie, talks to a group of Whittier Elementary students about Native American flutes. Bailey talked about how native American men would play the flute for the woman they were courting. Bailey’s talk was part of Native American Day put on by the Shelby County Historical Society at Tawawa Park Wednesday, May 10. Students got to fish and all received a free fishing pole from The Bent Finger Foundation which works to teach kids how to fish. The Shelby County Antique Tractor Association gave kids hay rides to the different event locations. Kids also played Native American games and listened to a talk about streams from the Tawawa Park Ranger.

Beth Bailey, of Fort Loramie, talks to a group of Whittier Elementary students about Native American flutes. Bailey talked about how native American men would play the flute for the woman they were courting. Bailey’s talk was part of Native American Day put on by the Shelby County Historical Society at Tawawa Park Wednesday, May 10. Students got to fish and all received a free fishing pole from The Bent Finger Foundation which works to teach kids how to fish. The Shelby County Antique Tractor Association gave kids hay rides to the different event locations. Kids also played Native American games and listened to a talk about streams from the Tawawa Park Ranger.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/05/web1_SDN051117NativeDay.jpgBeth Bailey, of Fort Loramie, talks to a group of Whittier Elementary students about Native American flutes. Bailey talked about how native American men would play the flute for the woman they were courting. Bailey’s talk was part of Native American Day put on by the Shelby County Historical Society at Tawawa Park Wednesday, May 10. Students got to fish and all received a free fishing pole from The Bent Finger Foundation which works to teach kids how to fish. The Shelby County Antique Tractor Association gave kids hay rides to the different event locations. Kids also played Native American games and listened to a talk about streams from the Tawawa Park Ranger. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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