Ancient Oral Traditions of the Medicine Wheel Country


August 09, 2019
8:00pm - 9:00pm


Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, 25 Lewis & Clark Caverns Rd, Cardwell

Join Native American historian, Shane Doyle, to explore the ancient cosmopolitan way of life that existed in the mountains and prairies of the Northern Plains since time immemorial. Through their friendships, these tribal communities developed the world's most remarkable and unprecedented universal language: Plains Indian Sign. PSL empowered dozens of diverse groups, all with their own unique linguistic heritages, into beneficial, stable and strong interactions for untold generations.

Shane Doyle, EdD, is an education and culture consultant whose area of expertise is the ancient culture of the Northern Plains. A member of the Crow Nation, Dr. Doyle is a singer of traditional Plains Indian style music and has designed Indian Education curriculum for schools and organizations throughout the region and nation. Shane’s voice and instrument playing will transport viewers to another time without the need to understand the lyrics.

What: “Ancient Oral Traditions of the Medicine Wheel Country” with Shane Doyle
When: Friday, August 9th, 8:00pm—9:00pm
Where: Campground Amphitheater