Tuesday, March 16th
6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
DIY Dream Catcher
The dream catcher was first utilized by the Ojibwa tribe. They would weave deer sinew or nettle stalk around a tiny round or tear-shaped frame and decorate it with beads. The dream catchers were then used to trap nightmares in its web to let the good dreams drift in.
Join us as we talk more about Dream Catchers and resiliency while making your own dream catcher. All who register will receive their own dream catcher kit and access to the virtual event.
Youths ages 12 – 17 and their families should RSVP to access to the event and arrange to pickup the supplies you will need.
Be sure to check out our COVID-19 pickup protocol.