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Native Voices: A Traveling Encampment

Come share and experience –
in Connecticut, Massachusets, Vermont

July 22 – July 31

Travis Harding at the Noank encampment – July 23rd


An informal greeting and gathering around a Native American Tipi and a Bedouin tent.

Music, stories, a brief historical portrait of the three cultures, and a conversation between performers and audience

Khalil Alamour at the Noank encampment – July 23rd

Our Participants
Native American storyteller and drummer Travis Harden from the Cheyenne River Reservation of South Dakota 

Palestinian percussionist Alber Basseel from Bethlehem, currently pursuing his degree at the Berkelee School of music and former music teacher at Sounds of Palestine in Aida Refugee Camp

Bedouin lawyer and historian Khalil Alamour from the village of Alsira in the Negev

Palestinian actor Saber Shreim from Jenin, formerly of the Freedom Theatre and current founding member of Palestine Laughter Liberation (pending visa approval)



Saturday July 22 11AM —Private Event—
Farm & Wilderness Camp
Plymouth, Vermont

Sunday July 23 6:30 PM 6:30 PM
Noank Baptist Church
18 Cathedral Heights Groton Conn.
Free and open to the public

Tuesday July 25 —Private Event—
Silver Lake Conference Center
223 Low Road Sharon, Conn.

Wednesday July 26 5:00 PM
41 Club Road Willimantic, Conn.
Free and open to the public

Friday July 28 1:00 PM —Private Event—
Artist’s Collective
1200 Albany Avenue, Hartford, Conn.

Saturday July 29 1:00PM
Amherst, Mass. Town Common
Free and open to the public

Sunday July 30 2:00 PM
Fletcher Free Library
235 College Street Burlington, Vermont
Free and open to the public