Program explores ancient Colorado culture

30th July, 2015 by

By Melanie Wong

AVON — On Saturday and Sunday, kids can learn about history by traveling back to the past. The Walking Mountains Science Center is calling all kids to come out to learn life skills from the state’s American Indian cultures. Walking Mountains is partnering with Denver Museum of Nature and Science to present an hour-long Colorado Native program for kids in kindergarten through sixth grades. Before the Anglo settlers moved into Colorado, the state was home to six American Indian tribes — Ute, Apache, Arapaho, Cheyenne, Pueblo and Shoshone. Each of these cultures have a rich history and strong connection to …

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