Ojibwe storytime at the depot every Wednesday
The St. Louis County Historical Society Museum is currently holding Ojibwe story time in Eli’s Farm Interactive Children’s exhibit in the Depot on the second floor every Wednesday.
The goal is to introduce children to the cultural teachings of the Ojibwe people.
In the wintertime, Ojibwe story time is a tradition. In the Ojibwe culture, storytelling is a way of passing on knowledge.
The event will be running through the remainder of January. Story times are at 10 am, noon, and 2 pm. sessions are geared to ages two through twelve, but all ages are welcome!