THE HISTORIC LENAPE LIFESTYLE, LIVING WITH NATURE
Date: Saturday, November 17
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: Echo Hill Lodge
Ages: 8 through adult
Come learn how the Lenape people used the natural world around them. The ancestral Lenape who once lived in New Jersey made the most of the native plants around them for food, shelter, and medicine. They used trees for transportation, plants to add color to their clothing, and reptiles to create musical instruments. During this program we will get to explore these natural tools and some Lenape traditions. Pre-register.