We are proud to participate in the Card to Culture program, a collaboration between Mass Cultural Council and the Department of Transitional Assistance, the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program, and the Massachusetts Health Connector, by making all Nolumbeka Project events free, accessible, and open to all. See the complete list of participating organizations offering EBTWIC, and ConnectorCare discounts.


10th Annual Pocumtuck Homelands Festival: A Celebration of Native American Art, Music & Cultures, Saturday, August 5, 10 am – 7 pm, Sunday, August 6, 10 am to 5 pm. Unity Park, Turners Falls, MA. Indigenous musicians and presenters to be announced. Free and open to all.

VENDORS INTERESTED IN RESERVING A SPACE AT THE FESTIVAL PLEASE EMAIL NOLUMBEKAPROJECT@GMAIL.COM FOR A REGISTRATION FORM. SPACES ARE LIMITED. PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. CRAFT CRITERIA: Multiple items must be created by hand, one at a time.  No imports. Craft items should contain natural materials rather than machine made. All beads should be glass, bone, stone or wood. No plastic. All books, photographs or artwork should be Native American or American wildlife in subject matter. Organizers reserve the right to remove any items not in compliance with guidelines. 


Videos of Past Events

Video of the King Philip talk given in Northfield by David Brule on March 11, 2023. Thanks to Misha Storm.

Video of Full Snow Moon Eastern Woodlands Social Dance February 4, 2023 led by Andre StrongBearHeart Gaines Jr.

Video of Mohawk Elder Tom Porter speaking about the Equinox, August 8, 2021 at the Pocumtuck Homelands Festival

Full Snow Moon Social Dance led by Annawon Weeden, February 1, 2020, Greenfield Community College

Video of the Peskeompskut Mishoon Construction August 2019 and Launch, August 1, 2020

Mashalisque and Frances Crowe: Women and Native Land History, with Doug Harris and Sarah Pirtle with Doug Harris and Sarah Pirtle, Nov. 29, 2020

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