Programs & Events

“The Seed Keeper” | Diane Wilson

Strong Dakota women preserved seeds that nourished their families through generations, even sewing them into the hems of their garments when forced from their land. Dakota novelist Diane Wilson tells the women’s stories of tragedy and triumph and those of the white families now on that land, struggling to survive in the age of agribusiness.

Join us for coffee, camaraderie, and a great discussion led by docent Elaine Franck.

Space is limited; registration required. Is this event sold out? Email Mollie Wilfert at mollie.wilfert@thejamesmuseum.org to be placed on our waiting list.


Date

Jul 21 2022

Time

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Cost

Included with admission; free for members

Labels

Adult Program,
Book Club