Native American Heritage Month
Native Americans are the original inhibitors of the land we now know as the United States of America. All across the nation their legacy remains so ever-present. This is seen through art, literature, music, and much more. Each November, we recognize their impact and bring awareness to their story.
Programs & Events
We invite you to explore the many ways the Library pays tribute to this month-long celebration. Stop in for our displays and programs of stories, art, history, and so much more. Hands-on crafts, including corn husk dolls and paper tube totem poles. Learn about the history of Native Americans with open discussions and book clubs located at several Stark Library locations. Don’t forget to pick up a book from a Native American themed reading list created just for you by our librarians. We don’t want you to miss this chance to enrich yourself and your family during this special month!
Native American Heritage
In honor of this month-long celebration, our librarians have created a list of reading materials just for you. We encourage you to borrow any of these books – many which feature Native American authors and stories.
We don’t want you to miss this opportunity to gain knowledge and share stories during Native American Heritage Month at the Library.
Native American Heritage In our Collection
If you feel there is something that Stark Library could do to create a more inclusive space for you to learn, we appreciate you letting us know. It is our goal to make sure every patron of Stark Library feels safe, welcome, and represented. If there is an author, book, or any other material that you had hoped we would have but do not, let us know! Our collection is always evolving to best suit our community’s needs and we would be happy to look into adding the materials that you love.
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