August 12, 2023 – Summer 2024
Bringing together Pequot and Sister Nation Artists, the Kunâhneepamuhshâtunônak “Our Moons” exhibit illustrates who we are as a people and the importance of Indigenous relationships. Our new exhibit represents the Indigenous teachings of how the cycles of the moon have continually provided guidance and support for the original people of the Northeast through visual articulation of the language
we call art. Our story lives on…
September 13 – October14, 2023
Join us for the next three to four weeks during Nuchukahsumun numuhshooyun, a traditional dugout canoe burning on the Pequot Museum farmstead.
October 19, 2023
Join us for the Wetu Book Club talking circle hosted by the Executive Director of the Pequot Museum, Joshua Carter, for a discussion about David Grann’s book Killers of the Flower Moon.
November 11, 2023
Join us in honoring and thanking this country’s greatest heroes!
The Honoring the Veterans Powwow unites and honors Native and non-Native Americans who have bravely served side by side in the U.S. Armed Forces for more than 200 years. Drawing nearly 1,000 veterans, active-duty service members, families and members each year, attendees will be immersed in breathtaking performances, dazzling regalia and traditional music as 100 dancers and drummers compete inside the soaring, two-story, glass-encased Gathering Space
*Please Note: Veterans Powwow is a black-out date for all Membership Reciprocal offers & promotions.
November 16, 2023
Join us for the Wetu Book Club talking circle hosted by the Executive Director of the Pequot Museum, Joshua Carter, for a discussion about Diane Wilson’s book The Seed Keeper.