|NPLD Flying Buffalo Project|
|Date||Saturday September 22, 2018|
|Time||10:00 AM - 4:00 PM|
Madison Buffalo Jump State Park
|Description||Sky Wind World, Friends of the Madison Buffalo Jump and park staff invite the community to the park on National Public Lands Day to appreciate our public lands and experience Native American art and culture through a kite building and flying workshop.
Along with kite building and flying, join us for a program on the importance of being a good land steward and the part we play in preserving our public lands. Guest speaker, Marvin Dawes will perform a smudging ceremony as a blessing over the park and give a culture presentation based on the Crow Tribe and their history in the area surrounding the Missouri Headwaters and the tributaries that contribute to its mighty flow.
Marvin Dawes is an interpretive ranger at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Park, and a member of the Crow Tribe from Crow Agency, Montana.
This event has something for everyone! Kids of all ages are welcome to build a kite and fly and all are invited to engage in the culture this area has to offer and how we can preserve our Public Lands. For more information, call (406) 285-3610.
What: Flying Buffalo Project and National Public Lands Day
When: Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 10:00am to 4:30pm
Where: Madison Buffalo Jump State Park, 6990 Buffalo Jump Road, Three Forks, MT.
The park is located 27 miles northwest of Bozeman, headed west on I-90 to Exit 278.