Celebrate indigenous culture at the Abenaki Land Link Harvest Festival

At this family-friendly event, visitors can learn more about Abenaki food culture with performances, demonstrations, food tasting, storytelling and more.

Abenaki Heritage Weekend is back, June 17-18

On June 17-18, citizens of the New England Abenaki community will gather at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum to celebrate their history and heritage, and the public is invited.

‘Water is Life’: Abenaki teach-in comes to Vergennes

The Abenaki Arts & Education Center will hold a teacher training workshop, “Water is Life: Abenaki Teach-In,” on March 25, at Bixby Library in Vergennes.

Abenaki art exhibit flows through the Maritime Museum

LCMM has had a special exhibit on view in the Schoolhouse Gallery, which features work by Abenaki artists together with photographs and commentaries that illustrate the dynamic relationship between the people and water in the Abenaki homeland, past and pr … (read more)

Abenaki Heritage Weekend to be held June 18-19

On June 18 and 19, citizens of the New England Abenaki community will gather at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in Vergennes to celebrate their history and heritage.

Abenaki chef Jessee Lawyer to join Vermont Wild Kitchen

Since spring of 2020, the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has partnered with the Vermont Farm to Plate Network to host the Vermont Wild Kitchen, a Facebook Live cooking show taking place on the third Thursday of each month. March’s episode will featu … (read more)

CCV to host an evening with Abenaki speakers

MONTPELIER — The Community College of Vermont (CCV) is hosting a free virtual Abenaki speaker series this spring. The series is part of CCV’s ongoing effort to honor the Abenaki people, who originally stewarded the land on which the College’s 12 academic … (read more)

Leaders concerned about COVID impact on Vt.’s indigenous communities

The number of reported cases of Covid-19 among Native Americans in Vermont remains low, but Abenaki tribal leaders are concerned their members remain at risk because of economic and health factors. In addition, they say state data that relies on self-repo … (read more)