Adult Programs

Potawatomi Storytelling (Online)

Learn about the role of storytelling in Indigenous culture and enjoy traditional Native American stories about nature.

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Learn about the role of storytelling in Indigenous culture and enjoy traditional Native American stories about nature. The Morton Arboretum exists on the ancestral lands of the Potawatomi. Gina Roxas, a citizen of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, will share stories passed down from her ancestors in this live, online program.

How do I access the program?

  • A link to join the program will be included in the Order Summary email you receive after registering. Keep this email handy!
  • Click on the link at the scheduled date and time. 
  • The program will be recorded.

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  • This program will take place using Zoom. A link will be provided to registrants by email. Click on the link to join the program at the scheduled date and time. 
  • Please add education@mortonarb.org to your address book. You will receive an email from this address with the link to join class.
  • Automatically generated captions will be available.
  • Limit 100

Gina Roxas, citizen, Prairie Band Potawatomi

Gina Roxas is the Program Coordinator for Trickster Cultural Center, a nonprofit Native American and community arts center in Schaumburg, where she also manages the native medicinal garden. As a citizen of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, Gina has studied the environment through a multifaceted lens of traditional teachings from her grandmother and family elders as well as the humanities and science. Her interests are ethnobotany, urban agriculture, and gardening.

 

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