Chinook Jargon in the news: Klahowya at Fort Nisqually

Very sorry I missed announcing this in advance — it looks great!

I think it’s an annual event…


Join the Fort Nisqually Living History Museum Saturday, April 29 (11 am-4 pm) for our first living history event of 2023!

Klahowya means ‘Welcome’ in Chinook Jargon. Get to know the Fort with hands-on activities, crafts demonstrations and more. Hands-on activities will include:

Seed planting
Straw plaiting
Book binding
Corn grinding
Sampling 19th-century goodies
Tours through the event…. and much more!
Click here to purchase tickets.

Event admission is complementary for the following groups:

Pierce County residents
Native tribal memberships
Fort Nisqually Living History Museum Members
ID is required for complementary admission!

— As announced by Metro Parks Tacoma

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