If you have ever visited Foxwoods casino resort in Connecticut, you may already know there is plenty of things to do there besides gambling. With their four different casinos, bingo room and state-of-the-art poker room, there are plenty of gambling activities. Last month, we told you about all of the up and coming events at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum. Now that October 2019 is in full force, we are ready to give you a detailed review of what events are coming up at Foxwoods and their MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT MUSEUM & RESEARCH CENTER.
How Can I Discover Upcoming Things-To-Do Besides Gambling At Foxwoods?
You can discover upcoming things-to-do besides (or in addition to gambling) by reading our website. On Saturday, October 19, 2019, there is a MEET & GREET at the Pequot Museum with executive director Joe Baker. Come down and meet the new director at 5 PM before you view the DAWNLAND file screening event. Ultimately, DAWNLAND is an Emmy Award-Winning documentary about stolen children and cultural survival. Ben Pender-Cudlip and Adam Mazo wrote and produced this film. At 6 PM EST, you can view the documentary. At 7:30 PM EST, DAWNLAND’s Senior Advisor Chris Newell (Passamaquoddy) will host a question and answer session. Now, take a look at this MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT MUSEUM & RESEARCH CENTER video.
Honoring the Veterans Powwow And Indigenous Voice Series
On November 2, 2019, at 6 PM EST, there is the Indigenous Voice Series. Ultimately, this panel discusses the Northeast’s premier Native American scholars and authors. Furthermore, they talk about the intersection of academia and their identities. However, there is a focus on Native women in literary spaces.
The Honoring the Veterans Powwow takes place on Saturday, November 9, 2019. If you want to get their early, the doors open at 10 AM. However, the grand entry is at noon EST. Furthermore, this event is for all Native American and non-Native American veterans. Additionally, anyone can come by to show their support and see the Veterans, their families, museum members, and people on active duty. The cost for the Powwow Admission is free for Veterans and Active Duty Military. Also, they can bring one guest for free. However, the General Public has to pay ten dollars, but children under five years old can get in for free.
Lastly, you can save the date for The “FEAST! A Native Thanksgiving Buffet”. This event takes place on Saturday, November 23, 2019, between 3 PM and 5 PM EST. However, there is a members-only reception between 2 PM and 3 PM EST. There is a small fee to join the annual Native Thanksgiving Buffet Feast. If you want to enjoy Native fare with a modern twist, adults (non-members) will have to pay fifty -five dollars. However, it cost children that are under twelve years old thirty-five dollars. If you have any other questions, feel free to visit www.pequotmuseum.org.
Source: Foxwoods Newsletter