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Ioway Culture Day
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Date/Time
Date(s) - July 12, 2014
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Living History Farms, Urbandale, IA

The people of the Ioway nation were some of Iowa’s first farmers! Explore the language, tools and foodways of this Native American culture which gave Iowa its name. Hands-on activities and guest presenters offer visitors an opportunity to experience the ways the Ioway built their homes, prepared food, and farmed. Play an Ioway game and try using hand-made tools! Learn a phrase in the Ioway language and listen to some of the cultural stories passed down to Ioway descendants. www.LivingHistoryFarms.org

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