Yosemite Miwok-Paiute Basketry: Three-Day Workshop PROGRAM FULL
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Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn from a cultural icon and Yosemite National Park's longest-tenured park employee, Julia Parker. Often described as a "national treasure" for ensuring the cultural legacy of the Miwok-Paiute people in Yosemite, Julia, along with her daughter, Lucy Parker, and granddaughter, Ursula Jones, will guide you through traditional basket-weaving techniques as you create your own unique basket. You will be immersed in Yosemite's fascinating cultural history and hear the stories that have lived on through generations of families. All materials are provided, and you will take home your own beautiful handmade basket as a keepsake for this special time spent in Yosemite, immersed in culture and tradition. This workshop begins on Friday morning in Yosemite Valley and runs through Sunday afternoon. The Experience Package includes all materials, camping at Upper Pines Campground in Yosemite Valley from Sept 24-28. Camping is not required to participate. Park entry is also included, as needed. Upgrade your accommodations to stay at Yosemite Lodge from Sept 24-28, available up to 45 days prior to your trip. Information about upgrading your package will be emailed after you sign up. Hiking: Easy, less than one mile Elevation: 4,000' Experience Package: $369 Guides: Julia Parker, Lucy Parker and Ursula Jones
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