November means hockey season is underway and to tie in to the regions love of hockey and the Native American culture that surrounds us, Henry Boucha will be touring the Arrowhead region visiting libraries, schools, community centers and, of course, hockey arenas!
Henry Boucha, author
of Henry Boucha, Ojibwa-Native American
Olympian will present free programs about his life growing up in Warroad, becoming
an Olympic and NHL hockey player and how his Ojibwa roots have helped him
persevere through challenges and tragedies to become a leader in raising
awareness about Native American athletes today.
The program, including a display of Olympic & NHL hockey
memorabilia, will be offered at the following
dates and locations:
Arena, Little Theater
at the Cloquet Public Library
In October the Moose Lake Public Library held an open house celebrating the completion of their public art project. The Mayor, ALS director, artists and others spoke at the dedication.
free program will include the history and culture of henna through the ages as
well as how to mix and apply pure, natural henna. The Duluth Public Library had a sneak peak at the program in October. Watch this local news broadcast to learn more.