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“Protecting a Way of Life” Kinship Responsibilities“Protecting a Way of Life” Kinship Responsibilities<div class="ExternalClassA9423EE5A0EE45B3A07458EBBD922061"><p>Join the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary and Royce Manuel, Akimel O'odham artist and educator on Wednesday, June 6 at 6:30 p.m. for his presentation on "Protecting a Way of Life" Kinship Responsibilities<em>.</em></p><p>Royce best describes his work through the "Tools of Yesterday" using plant fiber, primitive bows and arrows, knapping stone, and making agave plant cordage. As a tribal and cultural educator, and member of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Royce and his wife Debbie specialize in the revival and teaching of artistic traditions while renewing and protecting indigenous knowledge for generations to come. Debbie's traditional and bi-cultural lifestyles provide valuable insight and practices in both urban and tribal community settings while preserving their heritage. </p><p>This event is free and open to the public, made possible by the Arizona Humanities and the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary. Donations are welcome. Visit pueblogrande.com for more information on this and other events.</p></div>6/7/2018 1:30:00 AM6/7/2018 3:00:00 AMPueblo Grande Museum602-495-0901Pueblo Grande Museum - 4619 E Washington St Join the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary and Royce Manuel, Akimel O'odham artist and educator on Wednesday, June 6 at 630 p.m. for his presentation on "Protecting a Way of Life" Kinship Responsibilities. Royce best describes his work through the "Tools of Yesterday" using plant fiber, primitive bows and arrows, knapping stone, and making agave plant cordage. As a tribal and cultural educator, and member of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, Royce and his wife Debbie specialize in the revival and teaching of artistic traditions while renewing and protecting indigenous knowledge for generations to come. Debbie's traditional and bi-cultural lifestyles provide valuable insight and practices in both urban and tribal community settings while preserving their heritage. This event is free and open to the public, made possible by the Arizona Humanities and the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary. Donations are welcome. Visit pueblogrande.com for more information on this and other events.