Explore Wabanaki life, past and present.
Please reserve your space by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (207) 646-1555 x128.
- Members: $6.00
- Non-Members: $8.00
We will gather inside the Visitor Center to begin with the exhibited graphic art by Penobscot artist James Francis. After examining these pictures, we will reflect on life in this area pre-contact, before the European settlers arrived. We will then walk to the marsh, and imagine the Sweetgrass Camp. We’ll explore how people lived and thrived, and share insights about Wabanaki life past and present.
Linda Littlefield Grenfell is of European descent, and has studied about and with the Wabanaki people. All information and knowledge is referenced to the Wabanaki people.
The Wells Reserve operates in accordance with orders from the Governor of Maine and instructions from the Maine Center for Disease Control. Reserve leadership will monitor, evaluate, and adapt as needed to ensure all programs operate safely and effectively. Please have a mask on hand if you are not vaccinated and/or feel safer being masked in a group setting.
Please note: Program fee does not include site admission fee.