Ghost Supper - An Anishinaabe Tradition
The Historical Society is honored to be partnering with the local Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians to offer a unique program highlighting the traditions and practices surrounding Anishinaabe "Ghost Suppers" on Thursday, November 30.
These drop-in harvest feasts occur in November every year and have been held for centuries as a way to honor the dead. This program, led by Frank Ettawageshik, Winnay Wemigwase and Melissa Wiatrolik, will feature presentations and a food tasting of traditional ghost supper foods. Check back for more details soon.
Limited seating is available and reservations are required.