The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center Outreach Program provides three engaging educational presentations geared to people of all ages. The outreach program includes discussion, digital media and hand-on activities. It is great for class curriculum, groups, organizations, events and more. Please contact us, at least two weeks before your preferred date, to book yours in advance.
For more information or to book a program, please contact:
707-579-5507 ext. 241
Hands-On Kit – Traditional Ecological Knowledge
The Hands-On Kit will be presented by a museum professional outreach educator to your group or class. The kit includes artifacts, baskets, images, tools, and more. Topics include: cultural practices, traditional lifeways, traditional foods/medicines, storytelling, and the impacts of colonization. This presentation works well as a curriculum addition.
Accommodation: Groups of up to 40 people. (Approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour).
Add on activities can be added to a presentation. They are priced per student to cover materials costs.
- Make a California Indian Style Shell Necklace, $4.00 per student
- Basketmaking, $8.00 per student
Digital Media – California Indian History Power Point
The Power Point presentation will be presented by a museum professional outreach educator to your group. Topics include: California Indian History, California Mission History, California Gold Rush History, Ishi: A Story of Dignity, Hope and Courage, Tribal Sovereignty, Tribal Gaming, Sacred Sites and Religious Freedom, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, Mascots and Stereotypes, California Tribal Cultural Sensitivity Training, Teacher Education Workshops and more. These presentations are excellent for college and high school classes, training workshops for teachers, and corporate events.
“Smart” classroom or meeting room with a computer/laptop, projector and screen are advised.
Accommodation: Groups of 50 or less people. (Approximately 1 hour).
Base Rate: $250 (additional fees will be calculated for travel and additional presentation time).
Informational and Educational Booth
The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center forms partnerships with other groups and organizations by partaking in their cultural events. The two museum professional outreach educators will set up a booth or table. The educators will be ready to inform you about our events, exhibits, and opportunities, provide you with educational resources, and answer questions. Learn more about our Acorn Bites, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Language Apps, Mukurtu free and open platform, and Tribal Youth Ambassadors, at your next upcoming event. Please book at least one month in advance.