"The river is a great gift from the creator, and with that gift comes great responsibility."
Dancing Star, a Native American Storyteller

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If you have any Native American Cultural Activities that celebrate the Taunton River or Native American history and culture on the Taunton River, please send your information to:

Bill Napolitano/ SRPEDD/ 88 Broadway/ Taunton, MA 02780
508-824-1367 or email at bnap@srpedd.org

We will be happy to share your activities at no cost.

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Journey to Yesteryear

Enjoy the wild and scenic beauty of the Taunton River as you paddle to your destination. There, members of the Pokanoket Wampanoag tribe will share their food, culture, history and
storytelling.

 

 

Canoeing, Kayaking, Refreshments of Johnny Cakes, Succotash (Prepared by the Pokanokets), and Strawberry Shortcake (prepared by Canoe Passage Outfitters)

The above photos show "Dancing Star", a Native American Storyteller, entertaining the gathering of river lovers.

After the program, transportation back to Canoe Passage Outfitters will be provided.

Summer Dates for 2003 coming soon

Trips Meets @ 407 Rt. 44 (Deans Plaza) Raynham, MA

Contact:
Your host: Ray Brierly
Canoe Passage Outfitters/ 407 Rt.44 (Deans Plaza)
Raynham, MA 02767/ Phone: 508-824-1146 Toll Free: 800-689-7884

Email: info@canoepassage.com
web site: http://www.canoepassage.com

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508-947-9005
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