Please come and join us for an exciting evening with Ed Edmo, a Shoshone-Bannock poet and traditional storyteller.
Where: Elsie Stuhr CenterWhen: March 13, 2018 at 7:00 pmDoors will open at 6:30 pmThere will be a donation of $5.00 at the door
Benefits Beaverton Historical Society
Refreshments will be providedI’m a Shoshone-Bannock poet, playwright, performer, traditional storyteller, tour guide and lecturer on Northwest tribal culture. I offer guided tours to the She Who Watches petroglyphs on the Columbia Gorge, as well as to the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in central Oregon’s high desert country. I conduct workshops, traditional storytelling performances, dramatic monologues and lectures on such issues as cultural understanding and awareness, drug and alcohol abuse, and mental health. I enjoy working with both children and adults in educational or other settings. I am a published short story writer, poet and playwright, and I serve as a consultant to the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian. I live in Portland, Oregon, with my wife, Carol, my son, John, and my daughter, Se-ah-dum and her daughter.
Celilo Fishermenyou made your nets& tested the knotsseeing that they held.little did you knowwhat was to hold youafter the sound ofwater fallingover whatused to be.Ed Edmo – These Few Words of Mine
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This post was written by Judy Donovan