Tuesday, April 22nd @ 5:30 pm
Held in the upstairs conference room at Helen Arts & Heritage, 25 Chattahoochee Strasse in downtown Helen.
Local Native American, Donna Redfeather and Women of Heart, in a collective effort with the Sautee Nacoochee Center will present a unique program, depicting the life of the Cherokee people that once inhabited this area. The historic presentation is one that was initially created by the late Dr. Tom Lumsden and daughter, Mary Geidel, along with Donna Redfeather and others at the Sautee Nacoochee Center. Dr. Lumsden was a noted historian and authority on the valley's history and archeology and made tremendous efforts to ensure it's preservation.
In the presentation, Donna will explore common everyday life of the Cherokee Indians, along with the legends that live on today, all supported with authentic Native American sounds of the flute, drums and vocals of Women of Heart. You will find the program entertaining and informative as it brings alive the Cherokee people, as a well ordered society with deep beliefs, and traditions and clearly shows they were very unique in their own right and were not just another tribe.
We invite you to join us for an interesting presentation, light refreshments and an overall enjoyable evening.
Bring a friend!
RSVP form below
Admission is FREE
(However, your donations are appreciated and help to offset program costs.)
Free Parking in rear area of arts center
Free Parking just down the street in the municipal parking lot where parking is always FREE for any vehicle bearing a current White county registration/license plate