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‘The Gathering’ happens this year

Posted: May 29, 2013 - 4:33pm

On behalf of the board, staff and volunteers of the Pratt Museum, I wish to thank the David and Mary Schroer Fund and the Jane Little Family Endowment Fund, funds of the Homer Foundation. The funds from these two donor-advised funds will support travel and accommodation costs for this year’s Tamamta Katurlluta: A Gathering of Native Tradition (The Gathering). 

The Gathering, a biennial event, takes place over Labor Day weekend this year: from Friday, Aug. 30 through Sunday, Sept. 1, and features guest artists from regional villages in addition to Yurapik, Yupik dancers now living in Anchorage, and Emcee Allison Warden. 

The Homer Foundation has been a consistent and generous supporter of the Pratt Museum. We are fortunate to have a community foundation like it in Homer. 

Diane Converse, director and CEO

Pratt Museum 

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