SUNDAY SERVICE AT 10:00AM

SUNDAY SERVICE AT 10:00AM

When

March 16, 2024    
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Where

UU Falmouth - Meeting House
840 Sandwich Road, E. Falmouth, MA, 02536
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Linda Coombs, Aquinnah Wampanoag, historian, museum educator, artisan, author, will present “After King Phillips War,” Saturday, March 16, from 1 to 3 PM, at UU Falmouth, 840 Sandwich Rd. East Falmouth. (Free of charge.) This presentation will continue the history of colonization and it’s impact.

Linda Coombs has worked for over 45 years as an educator at museums including the Boston Children’s Museum and Plimouth Patuxet (formerly Plimoth Plantation). She is an historian, artisan, and author of a new book for young adults titled “Colonization and the Wampanoag Story.”

The program, the third in the new “2024 Educational Series,” is sponsored by L.I.N.K. (Linking Indigenous & Non-Indigenous Knowledge) in collaboration with UU Falmouth (Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth). Held monthly, the free series covers a range of topics chosen in consultation with Elders and teachers in the Mashpee and Aquinnah Tribes. L.I.N.K.’s mission is to raise awareness among Cape Cod residents of the culture and contributions of the “FirstPeople,” the Wampanoags, and the painful history they have endured.