Anne's Performance Calendar:

                     Photo Credit - Lois Soucy

                    Photo Credit - Lois Soucy

Summer 2018 -

  • Anne -  Demonstrating various kinds of Abenaki craFts on most fridays In the Jones House at Strawbery Banke museum in portsmouth, nh (from 10 am - 5 pm). 

    • These are actually not storytelling performances.  Throughout the day, Anne will be giving informal demonstrations of some Abenaki crafts - such as birchbark containers and coiled cornhusk baskets.  She'll also be telling museum visitors about the history and culture of the Abenaki tribes of Northern New England. 

    • More dates will be listed month-by-month below, in addition to the dates listed above.  More than likely, you'll find Anne in the Jones House at Strawbery Banke Museum on Thursdays and/or Fridays this summer.

    • Be sure to ask Anne to tell you about Portsmouth's Treaty of 1713.  This is the treaty negotiation conference that was held between Governor Dudley of Massachusetts Colony (and other assorted MA and NH colonial gentlemen) with representatives of all of the Wabanaki tribes.  The purpose of the conference was to inform the "Eastern Indians" about the peace treaty that had been signed between the English and the French at the end of Queen Anne's War - and to "negotiate" how the terms of that treaty would play out on the ground in Northern New England.

JULY 2018 - 

  • July  6, 20, 26, & 27 - Strawbery Banke Museum is in Portsmouth, NH.(See above for details.)  More dates will be posted soon, so check back often! 😊

  • JULY  14 & 15, 2018 - Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum's Annual Powwow, warner, nh. 

    • Anne will be demonstrating cornhusk doll making (and perhaps some birchbark craftwork) on Saturday - and will also be the featured storyteller at the powwow on Sunday.
    • Anne's Sunday storytelling performance times are likely to be about 11 am and 1:30, but look for posted times when you arrive at the museum - or when you buy your museum tickets in the gift shop.  

    • Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum (map)

Admissions:

Members Adults $5.00 Member Children under 12 free


Not yet Members:  Adults $10.00 Children Ages 6-12 -  $5.00 Family $30.00

  • 5 and under - free
  • Native Americans - free

For more information call 603-456-2600 or email info@indianmuseum.org

Two fun-filled days of music, dancing, storytelling, special exhibits.

Quality vendors selling Native American Arts.  Crafts and Supplies.  Enjoy the traditional and contemporary foods available to fill every appetite.

  • Head Man Dancer: Larry Thetford, Crow
  • Head Lady Dancer: Lee Willette, Annishnaabe
  • Jr Head Man Dancer: Michael Sobolewski, Abenaki
  • Jr Head Lady Dancer: Nami Cook, Abenaki/Mohawk/Lumbee/Muskogee
  • Host Drum: Walking Bear Singers
  • Guest Drum(s): Black Thunder Singers, Blackstone Valley Singers

The Heartbeat of the People

Music is an integral part of Native American culture and there are few better opportunities to appreciate it’s beauty and complexity than at a traditional powwow. The drum is often heralded as the “heartbeat of the people” and MKIM is fortunate to host several of the best Northern and Southern style drums in New England for their annual powwow.

  • Click here to check out the Museum website for more details about the powwow. 

AUGUST 2018 - 

  • anne's august Dates at strawbery banke museum still tba.

  • August 11, 2018 - 1:30 pm- the Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival  at Branch Hill Farm in Milton, nh. Anne will be sharing traditional native american stories.  

    • For more info, click here to look at the Woods, Water, and Wildlife Festival website.

 

  • August 25 & 26 - metis of maine powwow.  10 am each day.  105 gould road, dayton, maine.

    • Storytelling by Anne Jennison at 10 am on Saturday and Sunday
    • Grand Entry at 12:00 with full Regalia
      Drumming, Inter-tribal Dancing, Children's Activities and Archery, Indian Songs and Flute Music, Traders with Indian Crafts, Inter tribal Dancing, Indian Item Auction, Raffle Drawing, Ti-pi Village, Saturday Night Drumming, dancing, Food, Free Parking.

      Bring your family for a day of fun and learning experience

      Absolutely no drugs or alcohol allowed (strictly enforced)
      For more information call 207-793-4801

      This event will be held at 105 Gould Rd. in Dayton, Maine at the Yellow Feather Cultural Center.  Look  for Gould RD off  Route # 5 in Dayton or from Route 111 in Alfred  turn onto  Route # 35 and follow to Gould Rd.
      FOLLOW POWWOW SIGNS!

 

SEPTEMBER 2018 - 

  • Anne's September Dates at strawbery banke museum still tba. 

 

OCTOBER 2018 - 

  • Anne's October dates at strawbery banke museum still tbA

  • October 3 (Wednesday at 7 pm) - Anne will be giving a performance of Northeast Woodlands Native American Storytelling - at the Lee, NH Public Safety Complex on George Bennett Road in Lee.  This event, which is jointly sponsored by the Lee Historical Society and the Lee Public Library is free and open to the public.  In addition to sharing some traditional stories from the Abenaki and other Northeastern tribes, Anne will also talk a little bit about the work she has been doing with the Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, NH and also with Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH.

 

NOVEMBER 2018

  • TELLABRATION!™ is traditionally held on the third Saturday in November. Some events, however, may be at an alternate time during the same weekend. 

    • Anne will be telling a story at a New Hampshire venue, with one of the several professional storytelling groups in New Hampshire. 

      • Date, time, and location to be announced.  Traditionally, this is an evening of storytelling for the Grown-ups!  So hold the date and be ready to come play with us.  As I learn them, I will list all of the NH Tellabrations! on my performance calendar.
      • Click here for more information about Tellabraton!  Hint -It's likely to be held on Saturday, November 17, 2018.