Duluth Public Library Hosts Ojibwa Harvest November 9
Learn about Ojibwa harvest foods this Saturday at the Duluth Public Library. Award-winning Ojibwa freelance writer and photographer Kim Sigafus will present a free program in the Green Room at the Duluth Public Library – 520 West Superior Street – at 3PM.
Find out more about the Three Sisters (corn, beans, and squash) and the role they play in Ojibwa tradition. Samples of wild rice chowder will be available.
Copies of Ms. Sigafus’ books will be available for purchase and autographing following the program, courtesy of The Bookstore at Fitger’s.
For more information, call the library’s Fiction/Media Desk at 730-420, option 6.