Saturday, Sept. 17th 10am-5pm

The Wampanoag Experience provides opportunities to participate in Wampanoag traditions and lifeways to highlight Native wisdom and build bridges amongst diverse peoples. Native approaches to environmental sustainability, community & governance, history, arts & crafts, and other topics will be featured, with the kick-off project being the communal building of a traditional Wampanoag wetu residence, under the guidance of Wampanoag Annawon Weeden, on the grounds of the Round the Bend Farm, South Dartmouth, MA.
This is a FREE event and open to all!
The wetu will be presented to the community at a powwow at Round the Bend Farm on Saturday, September 17 from 10:00am-5:00pm. The powwow will present Native activities such as dancing & drumming, arts & crafts, farming demonstrations, Native food vending, story-telling, etc.
Sponsored by: L. Knife and Son, Inc., a division of Sheehan Family Companies
If you have questions about the event you can reach out to Round the Bend Farm at 508.9385127 or

Article By Hartman Deetz, Mashpee Wampanoag tribal member
Wampanoag Experience Project Highlights Native History in SouthCoast Area