The Wisconsin Historical Society is celebrating the Ojibwe winter tradition of storytelling by hosting a series of Ojibwe storytellers throughout January. In Ojibwe culture, winter is the storytelling season. The series will be held virtually on Tuesday evenings during the month of January from 7:00-8:00 PM, beginning January 9th. Sessions are free and open to the public. Registration is required. Learn more about the Ojibwe storytellers by visiting the Ojibwe Storytelling Series website.
January 9th – Sirella Ford from Lac Courte Oreilles
January 16th – Tina Van Zile from Sokaogon
January 23rd – Tinker Schuman from Lac du Flambeau
January 30th – Liz Arbuckle