Watch as renowned Bad River basket weaver April Stone transforms material from the black ash tree (baapaagimaak) into baskets, using simple tools, and following the traditions of her Ojibwe ancestors. Hear the story of her journey to keep traditional black ash basket weaving alive among the Ojibwe people, and how she is also sharing her knowledge with the non-native community. This event is free to the public and will be located in Site 18 of the Miner’s Memorial Heritage Park.
About Emberlight’s Performance Infusions:
Each Saturday through July and August, the Emberlight Festival will produce a variety of enriching experiences that truly embody our motto of “Discovering artists in nature.”
Karen Mallum has teamed with Emberlight to help us curate an exciting lineup this summer! The season opens with Music with Miles (July 10), The Art and Adventure of Beekeeping (July 17), Baapaagimaak (July 24), Fantail Birds and Fanciful Trees (July 31), Rainbow in the Woods (August 7), String Time in the Park (August 14), Poets in the Park (August 21).