March 20 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Bartow-Pell’s authentically fabricated Northeast Woodlands wigwam serves as the backdrop for this interactive program on Lenape culture and lifestyle. It is where history meets social anthropology, earth science, and biodiversity, as well as environmental stewardship.
In this outdoor setting, attendees are invited to sit on stumps from felled trees and learn about shelter, clothing, food, language, and music from a Bartow-Pell Museum Educator.
You will also have the opportunity to view artifacts from the museum’s teaching collection, search for animal tracks, and discuss the treaty that took place under the forest canopy 366 years ago between the Lenape Chiefs and Thomas Pell of Fairfield, Connecticut.
Day of Trip Guidelines
Please dress appropriately for an outdoor adventure: i.e., closed shoes or boots, rain gear, long sleeves, and long pants, gloves, hats, etc.
The safety of our staff and our visitors are of the utmost importance. Please take a look at our COVID-19 Safety Guidelines below.
CDC-recommended face coverings are required for all visitors and staff at all times.
CDC guidelines advise that face coverings should reach above the nose, below the chin, and completely cover the mouth and nostrils, fitting snugly against the side of the face. See below for more information.
Social distancing is required at all times.
Visitors and staff must keep at least 6 feet from others on outdoor walking tours.
Stay home if you are feeling sick or symptomatic.
Please do not visit Bartow-Pell if you or anyone in your party have experienced any symptoms related to Covid-19 in the past 14 days. Staff will be performing self- checks before coming into work.
Cost: $10. Limited to 10 people. Bartow-Pell reserves the right to cancel this event due to low registration. Refunds will be issued to those who pre-registered if minimum enrollment is not met.