A Program Of Our 2019 Learning Series – Kečąk: We Once Lived Here | The Ho-Chunk At Ke-Chunk Village
Ho-Chunk Flute Making Workshop with Bill Quackenbush, Ho-Chunk Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, 3-day course held April 5-7. During this 3-day instructional course you’ll learn about the history of the Native American courting flute, then you’ll be guided on how to make, then play your very own flute.
This program is held at Nature At The Confluence Environmental Learning Center, which is situated along Turtle Creek and the site of the historic Ho-Chunk Village: Kečąk or Turtle Village. You’ll be able to learn more about the history of this village during the workshop. This program is part of the 2019 Learning Series – Kečąk: We Once Lived Here | The Ho-Chunk At Ke-Chunk Village.
Held over 3-days: April 5, 5:00-9:00 p.m.; April 6, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.; April 7, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
- Limited to 14 participants
- Cost is $150 and includes all materials to make your flute and carrying bag.
- You’ll leave with a beautiful Ho-Chunk style Courting Flute and will have the skills to play your flute.
- Instructor: Bill Quackenbush, Ho-Chunk Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
- Participants should be 18 years or older and have the ability to work with woodworking tools.
- Meals on on your own. Brings snacks and beverages. A refrigerator and microwave are available.
- We must have a minimum of 7 participants to hold this course. If we don’t reach the minimum the course will be cancelled