MONAH will be holding the first in-person event since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join MONAH on June 12th at 11:00 am CST for the next Hear Our Voices installment with Gayle Ross!
She will be telling two Cherokee Rabbit stories, one for children and one for all ages. Following the stories will be a craft creating rattles.
Visit MONAH in Bentonville on June 12 at 11:00 am, where this event will be live and broadcasted from the Great Room.
Along with the in-person viewing, it will be hosted on Facebook Live and Zoom.
Free tickets are available on the online event page. The event will be recorded and available for later use on MONAH's website and Facebook Page.
A Facebook account is not required to view the event.
About Gayle Ross:
Gayle Ross is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation and a direct descendant of John Ross, Principal Chief of the Cherokee during the infamous “Trail of Tears”. Her grandmother told stories and it is from this rich Native American heritage that Gayle’s storytelling springs. During the past twenty-five years, Gayle has become one of the best-loved and most respected storytellers to emerge from the current surge of interest in this timeless art form.
About Hear Our Voices:
Hear Our Voices features storytellers from various indigenous nations, bringing in knowledge and wisdom through the telling of traditional oral tales. On the second Saturday of each month, we host a new indigenous storyteller, which is curated by Gayle Ross.