Join the Ambler Arboretum on Thursday, October 21, when the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania will hold a healing ceremony for the land and community.
After the tornado, the Arboretum community is still reeling from the damage to their treasured and well-cared for environment.
On October 21 at 1 p.m., Chief of Ceremonies Chuck GentleMoon Demund, Storykeeper Adam Waterbear DePaul, and tribal drum the Itchy Dog Singers, all of whom have personal history with the Arboretum, will conduct a ceremony, storytelling, and drumming in order to help heal the hearts and minds of the community and see the Arboretum into the future in a good way. The ceremony will take place in the Learning Center quad.
The ceremony will be followed by a group tree planting.