The Kumeyaay have lived along our San Diego River for at least 10,000 years. Come celebrate this important local history and learn about the traditions of Southern California Native Americans at a special event at the Santee Barn!
- Explore the Native American history of our region
- Participate in hands-on activities
- See basket weaving in action with tribal members from the San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Mission Indians
- Create pictograph rock art with the Barona Cultural Center and Museum
- Tour the historic Santee Barn
- Indian Fry Bread will be available for sale
This event is hosted by the Santee Historical Society.
Partners: Barona Cultural Center and Museum, Diana Caudwell from the San Luis Rey Band of Luiseño Mission Indians and Sycuan Cultural Department
Age Recommendation: All ages welcome
Date & Time: Saturday, March 9
Time: 10am – 1:30pm
Location: Santee Barn (RSVP for directions to exact meeting location)
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This event is an open house, so visitors are encouraged to drop by anytime.
Community service hours will not be verified at this event.
RSVP is encouraged. Please fill out the form below.