Museum features passionate people in cultural celebration


Zachary Laux

Saratoga resident Chris “Chilly” Rollison shows spectators how sturdy the structure of a tipi is. Rollison also taught the audience how to identify tipi rings and what one can learn from them.

The Saratoga Museum’s event aimed to bring more culture to the museum in an entertaining way was deemed a success after more than 100 people enjoyed four fun-filled events Saturday.

“I think it was a wonderful turnout,” said the museum’s director Kim Givens, who helped plan and organize the event. “I wish more people would have taken advantage of the day.”

Festivities for the “Celebration of Custom and Culture” started at 10 a.m. with a dedication to Donald Erickson, Debbie Chaanstain and Ada Jackson. All three did great things for the museum.

The day proceeded with Roy Pil...

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