Lenape Language Lesson at Virtual Founders’ Day 

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The Albert Wisner Public Library will sponsor a lesson in the Lunaape (Lenape) language as part of the Founders’ Day virtual event on Sat., May 30. Karen Mosko of the Munsee-Delaware Nation in Ontario, Canada, will be teaching basic words from 1 to 1:30 p.m. via Zoom. Attendees must register by Fri., May 29 at https://www.albertwisnerlibrary.org/content/founders-day-virtual-event-18th-century-demonstrations-workshops.

The Founder’s Day virtual event begins at 11 a.m. with a Memorial Day ceremony, followed by interactive 18th century life workshops until 3 p.m., which will be streamed to Facebook Live and via Zoom. Details can be found at https://hathornhouse.wordpress.com/founders-day-may-30-2020/, or by e-mailing hathornhouse@gmail.com.

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Karen Mosko, of the Munsee-Delaware Nation, will teach the Lenape language at the virtual Founder’s Day event on Sat., May 30.

 

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