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Wednesday, January 24, 2024

From the Charlestown Historical Society: Feb. 3 program on Native food for health and spirit

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Happy New Year 2024!


As we start the New Year with many good intentions, let us add the commitment to always remember and honor our past and those who paved the way before us. Wishing you a very Happy & Healthy 2024!

We thank all of you who have supported and helped make 2023 a productive year for the CHS.




Silvermoon Mars LaRose

Native Foodways for Health & Spirit


Saturday, February 3, 2024

Cross' Mills Public Library @ 1:00 PM





To kick off the new year, please join us at the CHS Annual Meeting. Guest speaker, Silvermoon Mars LaRose, will present "Native Foodways for Health and Spirit and the Importance of Indigenous Culture and Tradition".


Silvermoon is a member of the Narragansett Tribe and Assistant Director of the Tomaquag Museum. An artist and educator, she has worked in tribal communities for over 25 years, serving in the areas of health and human services, education, and museum administration. Silvermoon graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, a minor in Justice Law and Society and continued her education at Western Washington University in Rehabilitation Counseling.


Hope to see you there!


Please look for your annual CHS

Membership Newsletter in March!











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