7:30pm at the Margaret H. Rollins Community Center at 101 Adams Avenue, Lewes, Delaware 19958. Admission is free and no reservations are required. Learn of the Nanticoke dance and music and hear a brief history of Delaware’s Nanticoke People’s traditions that have survived through generations. The evening’s events will include explanation of the significance of the native regalia and the meaning of dances to be performed.
The Nanticoke dancers will perform to the rhythm of a tribal drum played by tribal singers and drummers. The Lewes Historical Society is proud of its continuing tradition of hosting the Nanticokes and sharing their history of American Indian culture at the Society’s programs. Their previous presentations and traditional performances have been met with enthusiasm by both tribal members and their audiences.
This presentation is The Lewes Historical Society’s January “Speaker Series.”